Scoreboard Roundup -- 1/11/17

(NEW YORK) -- Here are the latest scores and results:

Utah 107, Washington 104
Dallas 115, Charlotte 111
Miami 114, Indiana 106
Detroit 114, Brooklyn 80
Chicago 122, N-Y... Read More

MLB agent Jason Wood fired, allegedly filmed clients in shower

(NEW YORK) -- CSE Talent announced the firing of agent Jason Wood, leader of its baseball division, on Wednesday citing his failure to uphold the company's "moral and ethical standards."

The Major League Baseball Players Association confir... Read More

Texas guard Andrew Jones diagnosed with leukemia

(AUSTIN, Texas) -- University of Texas basketball player Andrew Jones was diagnosed with leukemia, his family announced Wednesday.

Jones, a sophomore guard, had been the Longhorns' second-leading scorer at 13.5 points per game. He had miss... Read More

Tonya Harding on landing her history-making triple axel: 'Everything about life after that point became confusing'

(NEW YORK) -- Former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding made history as the first American woman to land a triple axel jump in competition.

In an interview with ABC News’ Amy Robach, Harding recalled the momentous routine at the 199... Read More

Jon Gruden welcomed back to Oakland Raiders 16 years after exit

(ALAMEDA, Calif.) -- The Oakland Raiders rolled out the red carpet to welcome Jon Gruden back for a second stint as Raiders coach sixteen years after his exit.

Gruden was officially introduced in an elaborate introductory news conference i... Read More

Scoreboard roundup -- 1/9/18

(NEW YORK) --  Here are the latest scores from today's sports events:

 Final  Miami         90  Toronto  &nbs... Read More

Alabama QB describes overtime win, offensive lineman shares how he planned a post-game surprise

(ATLANTA, Ga.) -- The college football season came to an exciting end during the final moments of Alabama's overtime win against Georgia, thanks to a second-string freshman quarterback and an offensive lineman who threw in a post-game surprise for go... Read More

Alabama Crimson Tide win College Football's national championship game in overtime against the Georgia Bulldogs

(NEW YORK) -- A freshman mounted a comeback on college football's biggest stage, adding yet another national championship title to Nick Saban's resume.

The Alabama Crimson Tide defeated their conference rival, the Georgia Bulldogs, 26-23 i... Read More

The Cleveland Cavaliers suffer lopsided loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves as slump continues

(NEW YORK) -- The Cleveland Cavaliers suffered its most lopsided loss in Minnesota that left players at a loss for words. Cleveland was defeated by the Minnesota Timberwolves 127-99, which left LeBron James telling reporters after the game, "We're ju... Read More

Pink to sing National Anthem at Super Bowl LII

(NEW YORK) -- Pop star Pink will be belting out the national anthem at the Super Bowl next month, the NFL announced Monday in a statement.

Pink, whose official... Read More

San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard suffers partial tear in left shoulder

(NEW YORK) -- San Antonio Spurs star forward Kawhi Leonard recently worked his way back from quadriceps tendinopathy, which sidelined him for over a quarter of the season.

After appearing in eight games, Leonard is set to miss more time du... Read More

Scoreboard roundup -- 1/6/18

(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Saturday's sports events:

Golden State 121, L.A. Clippers 105
Boston 87, Brooklyn 85
Indiana 125, Chicago 86
Cleveland 131, Orlando... Read More

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey addresses job security rumors after postseason victory

(NEW YORK) -- The Tennessee Titans secured its first NFL playoff victory since 2003 in a 22-21 Wild Card weekend win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday night. Read More

Fans of 0-16 Cleveland Browns brave cold for 'Perfect Season Parade'

(CLEVELAND) -- It was a "perfect" season for the 0-16 Cleveland Browns and on Saturday, die-hard fans braved frigid temperatures to express their frustration with the winless season.

The "Perfect Season Parade" took place outside First Energy ... Read More