After months of being showered with attention and praise, Serena Williams is starting to suggest that her retirement from professional tennis might not actually be a real retirement after all.
The mother of a girls basketball player who told her daughter to go over to an opponent during a youth basketball game last year and viciously attack her has been fined $9k.
The Indianapolis Colts are letting go of kicker Rodrigo Blankenship after a series of disappointing performances that ultimately led to the kicker being responsible for missing a 42-yard, game-winning field goal that would have marked a huge start for the Colts this season.
ESPN host Stephen A. Smith has helped really kick football season commentary into high gear by delivery what is probably already the most outlandish take of season, which is only a week old, by claiming that the Dallas Cowboys would never sign on controversial player Colin Kaepernick because Texans are “too patriotic.”
Former ESPN host Jemele Hill didn’t wait too long after news broke that Queen Elizabeth II had died to immediately start dissecting her entire history and finding ways to blame her for what she called the “devastating impact of continued colonialism.”
His current home might be the dairy state of Wisconsin, but California native Aaron Rodgers is not holding back his thoughts on the current state of his birthplace, going as far as to say current leaders are turning California into ‘sh*t.’
UFC fighter Nate Diaz is already setting himself up for his career beyond the octagon, announcing in advance of his UFC 279 send-off fight with the undefeated Khamzat Chimaev that he’s forming his own combat sports promotion.
Olympic sprinter Shavez Hart, 29, has died after being shot outside of a nightclub after attempting to break up a fight between group of individuals around 2am on Saturday.
South Carolina and women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley has decided to officially cancel their upcoming home-and-home series with Brigham Young University over an alleged incident in which a BYU fan was accused of yelling racial slurs at a black Duke player at a volleyball game which occurred last month.
The bad blood between Shaquille O’Neal and fellow former Miami Heat teammate Alonzo Mourning apparently came to a peaceful and amicable end after many years of animosity towards one another in 2005, according to O’Neal.