Nelson Piquet has apologised for a racial slur he used to describe Lewis Hamilton and claimed the word he used has been taken out of the context he intended.
The NBA salary-cap number for next season, which will be finalized by the start of the league year Thursday, is projected to increase to $123.6 million.
Harmony Tan's doubles partner, Tamara Korpatsch, said on social media that she "didn't deserve" Tan dropping out of the match on short notice.
The Washington Wizards have acquired Will Barton and Monte Morris from the Washington Wizards in return for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Ish Smith, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday.
The Knicks traded Nerlens Noel and Alec Burks to the Pistons -- clearing $19 million in salary-cap space -- and are now able to make an overwhelming offer in the neighborhood of $110 million to free agent Jalen Brunson, sources told ESPN.
Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman has fired the agents who led offseason contract negotiations between the former MVP and the Braves, and landed him in Los Angeles, sources told ESPN's Buster Olney.
For all the talk around new signings at Man United, just as much pressure should rest on senior players to take this team back to where it belongs.
Cech is the latest to leave Chelsea's backroom operation. What impact did he have and how will they replace him?
Erik ten Hag took the field with his new squad -- or at least a portion of it -- as it reported back for preseason.
The NHL draft is coming up on July 7 and 8. Who will your team take? Here are the top prospects according to NHL Central Scouting.
Organisers have sold 1.8 million tickets for the World Cup in Qatar, FIFA said on Wednesday ahead of the next round of ticket sales on Tuesday.
Carson Pickett started for the United States women's national team, becoming the first player with a limb difference to appear for the country.
The Tour de France has always been a test of attrition -- and this year's test could prove exponentially more difficult.
The U.S. attack was unconvincing, but fringe players got game time before WWC qualifying begins next week.
No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic advanced in straight sets on Wednesday at Wimbledon, but No. 3 seed Casper Ruud lost his second-round match, falling to Ugo Humbert.