In short, the Oilers seem to have finally figured it out. It doesn’t hurt that Connor McDavid made NHL history with his 100-plus-point campaign. But on the other end of the spectrum, Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington’s mediocre play through the middle of the season showed his team’s weakness
You could make the argument that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the most-overlooked basketball player based on his production. That’s incredible, given his significant height and the fact he played in Los Angeles for many years.
The Jazz and Suns have established themselves as two different types of main characters, but they’re both defined by a kind of improbability, an anxiety about whether or not what they’ve been so far reflects what they’re truly made of.
Their performance over the next five months will determine whether they opt for another trip to the free-agent market or simply stick with the remaining salary guaranteed to them on their existing deals.
Several big names have managed the prove that they have a rare degree of staying power. Which ones might be nearing the end of the line, either overall, or at their current stop? Let's take a look at how much time is left for some coaching and front office legends.
Reset those Tebow Time clocks. The former NFL quarterback who turns 34 years old in August is back. NFL Media's Ian Rapoport explained Monday afternoon that the Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to sign Tebow to a one-year contract at some point over the next week or so.
While no-nos are obviously tremendous accomplishments, the list of pitchers who have thrown one includes some names you wouldn't expect. When it comes to hurlers who have done it more than once, that is understandably not the case.
With a Terence Crawford-Errol Spence fight on the MayPac trajectory, at best, boxing fans are frequently reminded can't-miss fights frequently do not happen. Various stumbling blocks have impeded much-anticipated bouts. Here are the modern era's biggest makeable fights that did not end up taking place.
The criteria is simple: To be a contender you have to be a team that looks to have a legitimate chance to win a championship. Star power, depth, getting results with a strong process to back it up, having a manageable path through the playoffs with the right matchups. All of that is taken into account. See where your team sits.
Most first-round picks look good on paper, but it takes a combination of talent, focus, ability, and the right team for each to succeed. Here's a look at why each 2021 NFL first-rounder could boom or bust at the next level.
Recency bias is one heck of a factor in how perceptions are created surrounding end-of-season awards in the NBA, but in the case of the Rookie of the Year, Anthony Edwards' late-season surge is scooting him closer to the driver's seat.
The most dynamic MLB players seem to always possess the same unique skill set. A rare blend of both power and speed. The combination is celebrated with entry into the games exclusive 30/30 club (30 homers and 30 steals in a single season).
They’ve triumphed over their own tedium and become great fun. That is not the most a team can do, but for the Knicks, when the mood strikes and Randle’s knocking on 40 points, it feels like everything.