Soccer

Bruce Arena resigns as USMNT Head Coach By Tyler Fisher

Two days after the United States Men's National Team failed to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, Bruce Arena announced his retirement as the USMNT head coach....

Tennis

ATP Shanghai:  Injured Juan Martin Del Potro books Masters semifinal spot. By Susan Regisford

Viktor Troicki was hoping he would be seventh time lucky and he came really close; however, Juan Martin Del Potro showed why he is a major champion and his faith propelled him once again to victory....

MLB

Chicago Cubs advance to National League Championship Series By Richard Martinez

The Chicago Cubs will make their third straight appearance in the NLCS after defeating the Washington Nationals in the best of five series....

MLS

Timbers vs. DC United: Preview, team news, viewing info

Paul DeBruler | After a completely quiet international break in which nothing of any consequence happened whatsoever, and after which everything was fine*, the Timbers get back to business on Sunday, welcoming DC United to Providence Park for the penultimate game of the 2017 regular season. United don't really have much to play for - the East's playoff picture is settled, and United aren't in it. In fact, they're guaranteed last place in the conference - the best they can do is finish one point behind Orlando City if OCSC lose both their remaining games. So DC is playing for pride, and their guys are playing for jobs next season, but otherwise, there's not a lot there. The Timbers, on the other hand, have a whole lot to play for and a whole lot at stake. Unlike the East, the West is anything but settled with two games to go - only Vancouver has secured a playoff spot. Portland could have locked one down in San Jose against the Earthquakes a couple weeks ago but didn't, while the rest of the West stumbled as well. Nobody, however, stumbled as badly as Sporting Kansas City. Going into the international break, SKC had two games in hand on the West and was level on points with Portland and Seattle, and in a really good spot to make a run at first place. However, they took one point from those two games, which is why games in hand don't mean much - you gotta win them to make them mean something.  So...

NBA

2017-18 NBA team season preview: Houston Rockets By Youssef Machkhas

The Houston Rockets completely altered the makeup of their team during the offseason. Will the changes help them solidify themselves as a top tier or team or bring them down to the middle of the pack?...

Tennis

Bernard Tomic not guaranteed Australian Open wildcard; Craig Tiley expects a lot from Nick Kyrgios By Pathik Gamana

Bernard Tomic could feature at the Australian Open via a wildcard whilst Craig Tiley expects a lot from Nick Kyrgios for the start of the 2-18 season in Australia....

Tennis

ATP Shanghai quarterfinal preview: Grigor Dimitrov vs Rafael Nadal By Noel John Alberto

The two clash again on the hard courts of China with the Spaniard winning their semifinal duel last week....

NBA

2017-18 NBA team season preview: Cleveland Cavaliers By Raj Sawhney

While the Cleveland Cavaliers lost a key piece in Kyrie Irving, they added many veterans in free agency and got strong players back in the trade, and once they build chemistry together, they will once again be amongst the league's best teams....

Tennis

Andreja Klepac and Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez seal their spot at the WTA Finals By Don Han

Following a series of good results recently, Andreja Klepac and Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez successfully sealed their spot at the WTA Finals....

Tennis

ATP Shanghai: Roger Federer dispatches Alexandr Dolgopolov to move into quarterfinals By Craig Vickers

The Swiss was back to his ruthless best in China as he sealed his place in the last eight....

Tennis

WTA Tianjin: Maria Sharapova ousts Magda Linette for a quarterfinal spot By Don Han

Maria Sharapova claimed a confidence-boosting victory over an impressive Magda Linette in the second round of the Tianjin Open as the Russian booked a spot in the quarterfinals with an excellent showing....

Tennis

Johanna Konta withdraws from Kremlin Cup as Caroline Garcia books ticket to WTA Finals By Noel John Alberto

A bad run of form and a left foot injury put the Brit in danger of missing out in Singapore right at the end as the Frenchwoman's two massive titles in Asia see her at the WTA Finals...

Tennis

Race for ATP World Tour Finals to heat up indoors By Noel John Alberto

A brilliant Asian swing by David Goffin puts him in a decent spot to qualify for the O2, but the chasing pack will be ready to hunt down for those final two spots....
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