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NBA players will be blood tested for human growth hormone beginning next season.
The NFL has reinstated Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, clearing the way for him to return after missing most of last season while facing child abuse charges.
A year after a dust up, Churchill Downs is opening suites for the owners of Kentucky Derby horses so close to the track they can see the dirt being kicked up.
The Chicago Blackhawks have the upper hand in their division semifinal series following a marvelous comeback in Nashville.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, April 16.
The former New England Patriots tight end was sentenced to life in prison, but his legal troubles aren't over.
The league's stadium czar pressed Raiders executives and government officials on their efforts to keep the team in the East Bay.
The family of the man killed by former NFL star Aaron Hernandez has thanked people from around the world who sent cards and flowers and reached out on social media.
Tyus Jones is the latest Duke freshman to jump into the NBA draft. Coach Mike Krzyzewski announced the guard's decision Wednesday.
Once a star player with a $40 million contract, Hernandez will spend the rest of his life in prison.
A Massachusetts jury found the former New England Patriots star guilty in the 2013 death of Odin Lloyd.
When they're not on the court, Matt Bonner, Aron Baynes, Kawhi Leonard, and Patty Mills are in a band ... oh, and the Spurs Coyote is on keyboards.
Hernandez is convicted of first-degree murder; carries a mandatory sentence of life imprisonment.
Britain's Conservative Party says it will push for American football, basketball, and baseball franchises to be based in the country.
Bowl games paid more than a half billion dollars schools and conferences last year, an increase of almost $200 million from the final season of the Bowl Championship Series.
The city of Boston faces a somber day as it marks the second anniversary of the bombing attack on its marathon that killed three people and injured 264.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, April 15.
A judge ruled Shelly Sterling, wife of former Clippers owner Donald Sterling, is owed $2.6 million from a woman her husband showered with gifts.
Cleveland Browns President Alec Scheiner tweeted out photos of the new look.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Dodgers star outfielder Yaisel Puig plans to tone down his signature bat flip.