Sturridge's World Cup hopes hinge on move
A loan move could be on the cards as Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge desperately seeks playing time ahead of Russia 2018. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Eagles put Cowboys, NFC East in rearview mirror with 30-point second half
Carson Wentz and the Eagles put the rest of the NFC East in the rearview mirror following Sunday night's dismantling of the Cowboys.
Eagles soar in second half to unsaddle Cowboys
Philadelphia scored four unanswered touchdowns in the second half to hammer the Cowboys in Dallas, improving to 9-1 in the process.
Eagles crush Prescott, Cowboys.
Philadelphia forces four turnovers against Dak Prescott and scores 30 unanswered points in the second half en route to a 37-9 victory.
- LeBron: I agree that NFL is keeping Kap out
- NFL extends agreement to play in Mexico City
- Durant out with ankle sprain, unsure for OKC
- Eagles' Darby defends Winston in statement
Curry fouls out, but Warriors hold on in Brooklyn
The Warriors led in Brooklyn by as many as 28 points, but they had to fight off a late rally from the Nets to secure the win.
Pelton mail: Why so many triple-doubles in today's NBA?
Kevin Pelton answers questions on triple-doubles, 200-point games, rookie launchers and more.
Arsenal rule North London, Pogba returns
In the Premier League this weekend: Arsenal shock Tottenham, Paul Pogba returns to lift Man United and the pressure mounts on Tony Pulis at West Brom.
Arsenal quartet, Hazard make our XI
A quartet of Gunners are joined by Chelsea's dynamic duo in our Team of the Weekend. Who else makes it?
Patriots' defense getting better each week.
Jeff Saturday compliments the Patriots' coaching staff for improving the defense throughout the season while Ryan Clark says Tom Brady keeps setting such a high bar for himself, that his greatness is going under the radar.
Grading the quarterback play for all 32 NFL teams
Case Keenum has been a capable fill-in for the Vikings, while the Bills seem lost in a no man's land between Tyrod Taylor and Nathan Peterman. NFL Nation reporters assess quarterback situations for every team.
NFL Playoff Picture: How Week 11 changed the bracket
The juggernauts in both conferences keep winning, but there are some new entrants in the race for the AFC wild-card slots.
Ball's triple-double sends Lakers past Denver
Lonzo Ball had his second career triple-double and Julius Randle scored 24 points in the Los Angeles Lakers' 127-109 victory over the short-handed Denver Nuggets on Sunday night.
Curry scores 39, Warriors hold off Nets
Stephen Curry had season highs with 39 points and 11 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors held on after he fouled out to beat the Brooklyn Nets 118-111 on Sunday night.
Warren leads balanced Suns past Bulls
T.J. Warren scored 27 points to lead six Phoenix players in double figures and the Suns handed the Chicago Bulls their sixth loss in seven games, 113-105 on Sunday night.
Ibra: Injury more serious than many knew
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed he hid the true extent of his injury, and added that if it was known there would be "shock" that he has managed to return to professional football.
EXCLUSIVE: Andy Cole talks Man United with ESPN.
Former Manchester United forward Andy Cole chats with Alexis Nunes about the futures of Rashford and Martial, Jose Mourinho and a Lukaku-Ibrahimovic partnership.
Mourinho happy to see Lukaku end scoring drought.
Jose Mourinho was pleased to see Romelu Lukaku's work rate finally rewarded with a goal in Man United's win over Newcastle.
- Conte: 3-5-2 gives Chelsea 'a new balance'
- Ibra: Injury more serious than many knew
- Icardi double helps Inter go second in Serie A
- Pochettino has no issues with Spurs' Rose
Moyes on defeat: Most people would've expected it.
West Ham's David Moyes cut a dejected figure following his side's defeat in his first game in charge.
Hammers' Moyes 'didn't enjoy' Watford loss
David Moyes said he was disappointed by his new players after his first game in charge of West Ham United ended in a 2-0 defeat at Watford.
Silva 'cannot control' Everton rumours
Everton are still seeking to fill the vacancy left by the sacking of Ronald Koeman last month, but Watford do not want to lose manager.
Prem: City, Chelsea cruise; Arsenal win NLD
Manchester City extended their lead at the top of the Premier League, while Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool also won at the top of the table.
Salah nets twice as Liverpool beat Saints
Mohamed Salah's first-half double gave Liverpool the lead vs. Southampton in the Kwesé Match of the Week, before Philippe Coutinho made sure of all three points.
Rampant Chelsea put Pulis on the brink
Eden Hazard and Alvaro Morata made it look effortless as Chelsea swept to a 4-0 win at West Brom that may end Tony Pulis' tenure at the Hawthorns.
Werdum makes title-shot case, routs Tybura
Fabricio Werdum edged closer to a shot at reclaiming the UFC heavyweight title, cruising to an easy five-round decision victory over a game but ultimately outclassed Marcin Tybura on Saturday in Australia.
Conlan comes up short vs. Ancajas
Jerwin Ancajas showed why he can succeed Manny Pacquiao as the Philippines' next boxing hero after overwhelming Jamie Conlan in six rounds on Saturday.
Diego De La Hoya-Salgado set for December
Diego De La Hoya will fight Jose Salgado in the 10-round main event of the Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN season finale on Dec. 14 (ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes, 10:30 p.m. ET).
Kontinen, Peers defend ATP Finals title
Henri Kontinen and John Peers beat Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo 6-4, 6-2 to become the first team to win back-to-back ATP Finals titles since the Bryans in 2004.
Roger Federer did what?!?! The numbers behind his stellar season
Yes, Roger Federer's season came to a stunning end Saturday at the ATP World Tour Finals, but this was an otherwise sensational year. Don't believe us? Just check on these stats.
Goffin: Beating Federer better than Nadal win.
World number eight David Goffin feels his victory over Roger Federer in the ATP Finals is the best win of his career.
Pochettino has no issues with Spurs' Rose
Mauricio Pochettino insists he has no issue with Danny Rose despite him leaving the defender out of Tottenham's squad for the north London derby.
Wenger lauds goal-hero Mustafi's leadership
Arsene Wenger has hailed Shkodran Mustafi's leadership qualities and likened the defender to Per Mertesacker.
Ogden: Arsenal brought the Emirates to life.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden analyses the finer points of Arsenal's win over Spurs, Mesut Ozil's show-stopping performance and more.
Chiney's Court: 'The Process' is producing.
SportsCenter Africa's Chiney Ogwumike breaks down the 76ers center Joel Embiid's career-high, 46-point performance versus the Lakers.
Mourinho to raid Chelsea again?
Could Willian be the latest player to make the switch from Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford? As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.
Harden scores 29 to lead Rockets past Grizzlies
James Harden scored 29 points, Clint Capela had 17 points and 13 rebounds and the Houston Rockets beat the Memphis Grizzlies 105-83 on Saturday night.
Irving help Celtics rally for 15th straight win
Kyrie Irving scored 30 points, Jaylen Brown added a career-high 27 and the Boston Celtics won their 15th straight game with a 110-99 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.
Curry scores 35, Warriors rally to beat 76ers
Stephen Curry scored 35 points, Kevin Durant had 27 and the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors overcame a 22-point halftime deficit in a 124-116 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.
Springboks hold off France to win scrappy Paris battle
The Springboks managed to gain some sort of revenge for their failed 2023 Rugby World Cup bid when they beat France 18-17 in a rather scrappy affair at the Stade de France in Paris on Saturday night.
All Blacks edge past plucky Scotland
Tries from Codie Taylor, Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barrett edged New Zealand to a 22-17 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield.
Passion and physicality see England past Wallabies
England might have been flattered by the final scoreline but they answered their critics with a display full of heart, passion and physicality to beat Australia for a fifth successive time.
Derek Carr: We respect the Patriots, but we don't fear them
The Raiders quarterback acknowledges Sunday's opponent as a smart team, but he's looking at New England as "just the next team on the schedule."
How the NFL's first foray into Mexico went south, and back north
Playing in Mexico is old hat for the NFL today, but the league's first attempt to do so in 1968 didn't go as planned. It's a tale of violent protests, a nimble ticket salesman, a QB's broken leg and an old-school football brawl.
Shanaka's strikes leave India battling for safety
Alonso completes first test in an LMP1 car
Fernando Alonso completed 113 laps in a Toyota LMP1 car during the World Endurance Championship's end-of-season rookie test.
A history of Kiwis in F1
With Brendon Hartley signing a contract to race with Toro Rosso next year, Maurice Hamilton looks back at the history of New Zealanders in F1.
McLaren not concerned by recent Renault issues
Fernando Alonso and McLaren insist Renault's recent reliability issues are not a concern for 2018.
Durant says Warriors didn't want to lose to Embiid.
Kevin Durant explains that the reason why he didn't want the Warriors to lose to Joel Embiid and the 76ers is because Embiid would have gone on Twitter to talk trash.
Golden State's 47-point 3rd quarter eclipses Philadelphia's 47-point 1st quarter
The Warriors found themselves down 24 points early in the third quarter. But the most dominant third-quarter team of the century did it again in Philadelphia.
With the Warriors' offense, Ben Simmons and the Sixers knew the possibility of a Golden State comeback was real.
Fleetwood wins Race to Dubai after Rose falls
Spain's Jon Rahm won the DP World Tour Championship as Justin Rose's dramatic late collapse saw Tommy Fleetwood crowned European No. 1.
Boutier secures first European Tour title
France's Céline Boutier won her first Ladies European Tour title by taking down the Sanya Ladies Open in Hainan, China.
Rookie Cook increases lead to 3 at RSM Classic
Austin Cook padded his lead at the RSM Classic to three shots over Chris Kirk after shooting a third-round 66 on Saturday.
EXCLUSIVE: I can knock Joshua out - Parker
WBO heavyweight champion Jospeh Parker is still hopeful of a showdown with Anthony Joshua in 2018 and has challenged his fellow world title holders, including WBC holder Deontay Wilder, to see who the real heavyweight champion is in the ring.
Wilder to Joshua: I am going to end your career
WBC heavyweight champion Deontary Wilder has sensationally claimed to ESPN that he will end Anthony Joshua's boxing career when the two finally meet in the ring.
Watch: Anthony Joshua's crossbar challenge.
Anthony Joshua met Fabio Cannavaro whilst in Dubai and took part in an impromptu crossbar challenge.
Simeone: Atletico struggling in front of goal.
Diego Simeone admits there's a bit of anxiety creeping into his Atletico team after their goalless draw against Real Madrid.
Ramos faces spell out with broken nose
Real Madrid have confirmed that club captain Sergio Ramos suffered a broken nose during Saturday's 0-0 draw in the Liga derby at Atletico Madrid.
Isco shines, Benzema shocking
An 8/10 for Isco, while questions continue about Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane's squad choices.
Is Knicks' early success the stuff of long-deferred playoff dreams?
So far, Kristaps Porzingis & Co. have outperformed expectations. What are the chances they prove the doomsayers at season's outset wrong?
Stevens: Celtics not as good as streak suggests
Coach Brad Stevens isn't getting caught up in the hype of his team's 14-game win streak, saying the Celtics have "got to be better, and we know that."
Westbrook: 'No moral victories here.'
Russell Westbrook is visibly upset after a 104-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.
Jones sorry for insensitive remark in 2013
Jerry Jones apologized Friday for a racially insensitive comment he made in 2013, saying: "It's not who I am."
NFL teeters on all-out, unprecedented civil war
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is in a bitter battle few saw coming, led by Jerry Jones, the league's most opinionated and powerful owner. Nobody knows how this will end.
Players to Goodell: We'd like a jet, lifetime insurance and $50 million, too
How do players feel about Roger Goodell asking for a salary of $49.5 million a year, lifetime use of a private jet and lifetime health insurance?
Valverde bemoans Pique yellow card, ban.
Ernesto Valverde questions the yellow card that will now rule Gerard Pique out of Barca's clash with second-placed Valencia.
Suarez 'wasn't anxious' over Barca drought
Luis Suarez insisted he was never worried after ending his goal drought at 478 minutes in Barcelona's 3-0 win against Leganes on Saturday.
Barcelona's Pique set for ban vs. Valencia
Barcelona will be without Gerard Pique for next weekend's clash at Valencia after the defender picked up his fifth booking of the season at Leganes.
Springboks need to put pride back into the green and gold
It's been a horrible week for South African rugby fans, and it could get worse this weekend when the Springboks face France in Paris.
The Springboks haven't been too hot in France
The Springboks haven't had the best of luck in France of late, having lost four of their last five matches against the home side. KweséESPN takes a trip down memory lane and looks at the last five meetings between the two teams in France.
Failed World Cup bid won't influence Boks, says Etzebeth
Captain Eben Etzebeth said the Springboks are focussed on delivering a good performance on Saturday evening against France, when the two teams meet at the Stade de France in Paris.
Man United ready to make third Bale move
Man United have never hidden interest in Gareth Bale. The third time could be a charm for the Real striker. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.
Is Neymar using PSG to get to Real Madrid?
With Neymar already being linked to Real Madrid, PSG correspondent Jonathan Johnson assesses the Brazilian's future at PSG.
Cavendish fit to chase Tour de France record
Mark Cavendish is ready to put his Tour de France heartbreak behind him, having made a full recovery from a horror crash at the 2017 event that left his career in jeopardy.
Wiggins to race at Indoor Rowing Champs
British Rowing has welcomed the news that eight-time Olympic medalist and former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins will take part in the British Indoor Championships in December.
Idowu & five Nigerians to score on their debut
Brian Idowu joined the extensive list of Nigerian players to score on their international debuts; here, we profile five of the best.
Ogu exemplifies patience and opportunism
John Ogu took his chance when it came with the Nigeria Super Eagles and exemplifies what patience and opportunism can achieve for some footballers.
Idowu's journey from St Petersburg to Nigeria
Brian Idowu was born and raised in Russia, but represents Nigeria at international level. A World Cup on home soil will be special for the defender.
Joel Embiid just hit the fast-forward button on this Process
Whatever stage of rebuilding this is, the Sixers look ready to win now after Joel Embiid (46 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists, seven blocks) and Ben Simmons (one rebound short of triple-double) sank the Lakers.
Embiid determined to lead 76ers in the right direction.
Joel Embiid discusses the knowledge he had coming into this regular season and being impressed by rookie Ben Simmons.
Simmons says Embiid stole his rebound.
Ben Simmons claims Joel Embiid stole a rebound from him during the 76ers' win over the Lakers. Embiid apologies and believes Simmons should have had the triple-double.
Ali cornerman, doctor Pacheco dies at 89
The former cornerman and doctor for legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, Ferdie Pacheco, died Thursday at the age of 89, his daughter announced on Facebook. Pacheco served as Ali's doctor for more than 15 years.
Report: Werdum charged for boomerang strike
UFC heavyweight Fabricio Werdum hit welterweight Colby Covington with a boomerang outside a Sydney hotel, reportedly resulting in an assault charge.
Colon's father protesting fighter who felled him
Richard Colon, the father of a former boxer who was left brain-damaged and unable to walk or talk after his last fight, traveled 1,200 miles to protest the weigh-in of the fighter whose illegal blows incapacitated his son.
Story of the day: Rugby World Cup 2023 announcement.
A round-up of all of Wednesday's reaction as the news emerged that France will be the hosts of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
World Rugby to review 2023 bid process
World Rugby plans to review the process which saw South Africa named preferred bidder only for France to be chosen to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
France owes 2023 RWC to financial muscle
France will be fantastic 2023 Rugby World Cup hosts, but while the winning bid offers financial muscle question marks remain.
Nigeria bobsled women qualify for '18 Olympics
Nigeria will be represented at the Winter Olympics for the first time ever, after their women's team qualified for the bobsled event at the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang.
Native Nigerian Princess Aghayere want to make impactful return - Via Ivy League.
Penn women's basketball's Princess Aghayere inspired to help native Nigeria
The unlikely sport Egyptians can't get enough of
Soccer may reign in Egypt, but every sport has to start somewhere -- and triathlons are gaining popularity in the African country. As one participant says, "Everyone is fascinated at what you've done -- and no one knows you suck at it."
Why changes to PGA Tour 'playoffs' can't come soon enough
The PGA Tour Champions crowning a one-win season champ is a cautionary tale for the PGA Tour. Plus, there's plenty of golf news to watch, including Rickie Fowler hitting $30 million and Shanshan Feng hitting No. 1.
Garcia still seeking new sponsors
Sergio Garcia has claimed that he was not completely responsible for the recent split from long-term partner TaylorMade as he looks set to pen a deal with with Callaway.
Jon Rahm wins 2017 Rookie of the Year.
Spain's Jon Rahm won the 2017 Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award after being World Amateur number one for a record 60 weeks.
A reminder of the grim reality F1 left behind
Maurice Hamilton reviews the new film Racing Immortality, which documents the Ferrari team of the late 1950s and serves as a frank reminder of how far Formula One has come in terms of safety in the decades since.
Joe Root urges Australia to 'bring it on'
Joe Root, the England captain, was dismissive of the notion that England feared Australia's bowling attack, calling it "a load of rubbish"
Daniel Hughes impresses, but Renshaw's form raises questions
Matt Renshaw was pouched down the legside for 1 as his Ashes prospects continued to trend down
Moeen takes some blows as he prepares for Australia's pace
Moeen Ali has declared himself fit and ready to take on Australia in next week's first Test at Brisbane
- LeBron: I agree that NFL is keeping Kap out
- NFL extends agreement to play in Mexico City
- Durant out with ankle sprain, unsure for OKC
- Eagles' Darby defends Winston in statement
- Kontinen, Peers defend ATP Finals title
- Boutier secures first European Tour title
- Sailor dies during round-the-world yacht race
- Diego De La Hoya-Salgado set for December
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