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Kyrie Irving and Vanessa Bryant support changing the NBA's logo to Kobe Bryant
Kyrie Irving posted his support of the idea of changing the NBA's logo silhouette to Kobe Bryant, and Vanessa Bryant is in support of the idea.[read more]
What to make of this dominant Jazz run
Scouts, execs and coaches weigh in on if the NBA-best Jazz could topple the Lakers or Clippers in the playoffs.[read more]
UCL talking points: Do you take Mbappe or Haaland?
The first legs of the Champions League round of 16 featured plenty of things to discuss; Gab Marcotti, Mark Ogden and Graham Hunter have their say.[read more]
Wooden Watch: Which candidate is most likely to go off in a conference tourney?
ESPN.com panelists discuss the Wooden Award watch list members who could get hot during Champ Week.[read more]
Who's the top coach of the year candidate in every conference?
After ID'ing every league's player of the year candidates, it's time to size up the game's best 2020-21 coaching performances.[read more]
Sheriff: Tiger not drunk, crash 'purely' accident
The Los Angeles County sheriff says Tiger Woods was "not drunk" during the rollover that seriously injured the golf superstar Tuesday, saying the single-vehicle crash was "purely an accident."[read more]
Nadal, citing back, withdraws from Rotterdam
Rafael Nadal pulled out of next week's hard-court tournament at Rotterdam, Netherlands, because of the bad back that bothered him during the Australian Open.[read more]
Henry, citing COVID, resigns from MLS's Montreal
UM-NW game to honor Big Ten's 1st Black player
Michigan and Northwestern will begin playing for the George Jewett Trophy, a new rivalry trophy that honors the first Black player in Big Ten history, who competed for both teams in the 1890s.[read more]
Jazz VP denies bigotry allegation by ex-player
Jazz executive vice president of basketball operations Dennis Lindsey has denied allegations by former player Elijah Millsap that he used bigoted comments during a 2015 exit interview with coach Quin Snyder present.[read more]