Megan Thee Stallion was the special guest on ESPN's First Take this morning, discussing her hometown Houston Rockets.
Colin Kaepernick will speak about his kneeling protest for the first time in detail in his 2020 memoir, published via his own company Kaepernick Publishing.
Beyoncé joins the long list of celebrity tributes to the late LA Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. Bryant's wife, Vaness, also broke her silence following the loss of her husband and daughter in a Calabasas helicopter crash.
Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna were among those killed on Sunday in a helicopter accident.
The basketball legend was killed in a helicopter crash.
Protests have been officially banned at the 2020 Olympics.
Ariana Grande added that her throat and head have been “in so much pain.”
In an unexpected move, the NCAA has opened the door for college athletes to profit from their own name, image, and likeness.
Drake dropped a lot of cash on some new rings in celebration of the Toronto Raptors' first NBA Championship.
In the latest episode of Would You Rather, Damian Lillard — a.k.a. Dame D.O.L.L.A. — says he'd rather wrestle Steve Austin than play pickup with his fellow NBA stars.
A banner at LA’s Staples Center hung in honor of Taylor Swift will be covered up for the Kings’ future home games.
England's national soccer team will walk off the pitch if they hear racist abuse from the crowd, according to forward Tammy Abraham.