For years, fans chided James because he hadn't won the big one. Who's left to obsess over now?
Two of baseball's divisions are closer—and more exciting—than they've been in years.
The league commissioner should move as fast as he can to implement this new, exciting system.
The UConn basketball coach is in the middle of his fifth medical leave in eight years. Why won't he just retire?
New England is expected to beat the Giants by three points, despite weaknesses in their offense.
New Orlean's unstoppable offense meets San Francisco's immovable defense, the Giants seek revenge on the Packers, and Tim Tebow tries to keep his magic playoff run alive.
A preview of Saturday and Sunday's matchups
The resurgence of the Knicks, the fate of the Clippers, the return of hero LeBron, and more
A game on an aircraft carrier, a new record for Duke's Coach K, and other highlights of NCAA hoops 2011-2012
Indianapolis built its entire strategy around Manning, neglecting to craft an defense or train a backup quarterback. No wonder the team's fallen apart since he got injured.
A look at how the two teams compare in pitching, fielding, batting, and more
Peyton Manning can't play forever, the Patriots haven't won a playoff game in three years, and more
A look ahead to this year's round of NCAA gridiron
The "smart school" of the SEC has never captured a men's national championship—even though its baseball team just set a record
The first MLB games of the year are played this week. A look at the most gripping storylines that will unfold in the months ahead.
The series, which debuted in 2001, remains popular because the creators aren't afraid to change the formula from season to season
For three nights this week, IBM supercomputer faces off against two humans on the quiz show
Having fun at your Super Bowl party is not a right, it's a privilege—a privilege bestowed on the properly prepared
A list of the music we're least excited about hearing this month—and a meditation on what makes it so irritating