Gerrit Cole is joining the Houston Astros. For real this time. (read more)

Jon Rahm is in contention at the CareerBuilder Challenge, sitting in a tie for fourth after the third round (read more)

The city of Philadelphia is doing some rather hilarious legwork ahead of Sunday night’s NFC Championship Game between the Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.Win or lose, it’s assumed the fans in Philly are going to have to let off some steam after the game. (read more)

The Minnesota Vikings will have breakout receiver Adam Thielen active for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the Philadelphia Eagles after he was surprisingly listed on the injury report during the latter stages of the practice week.Officially, the Vikings said that Thielen was dealing with a lower-back injury. (read more)

The Minnesota Vikings will have their work cut out for them on Sunday against a tough Eagles defense in Philadelphia, and there’s a chance the back injury Adam Thielen suffered last week could have a big impact on the game.Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Thielen is dealing with multiple slight fractures in his lower back and has been in a great deal of pain. (read more)

LeSean McCoy has never tried to convince anyone that he got along with Chip Kelly when he played under the former Philadelphia Eagles head coach, but the star running back had a hilarious way of reminding everyone of his thoughts about Kelly on Sunday.Appearing as a guest analyst on NFL Network, McCoy spoke about Nick Foles and said he has grown fond of Philadelphia again “now that the little shor (read more)

Tom Brady is going to play in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday barring some catastrophic event leading up to kickoff, but the star quarterback is very clearly doing all he can to keep his injured right hand hidden.Brady arrived at Gillette Stadium about six hours before kickoff on Sunday, and he kept his right hand in his pocket the entire time he was on camera. (read more)

The NFL playoffs has Philadelphia buzzing, and pretty much everyone in the city is feeling the postseason spirit.The Eagles are set to host the Vikings on Sunday in the NFC Championship game, and there’ll be plenty of underdog masks in the stands at Lincoln Financial Field. (read more)

Barring something crazy, Tom Brady will almost certainly suit up for another AFC Championship Game on Sunday despite suffering an injury in practice this week. The cut the Patriots’ 40-year-old quarterback suffered on his throwing hand required several stitches, Tom Curran of NBC Sports Boston tweets. (read more)

Second seed Caroline Wozniacki was too good for Magdalena Rybarikova at the Australian Open (read more)

Trey Burke‘s performance in the two games since signing with the Knicks has given the team a “puzzle” at point guard, writes Marc Berman of The New York Post. Burke has exhibited instant chemistry with former college teammate Tim Hardaway Jr. (read more)

The Cleveland Cavaliers are on a really bad losing skid right now, having lost 10 of their last 14 games to fall to 27-18 on the season. The team’s embarrassing 148-124 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday marked the first time since 1980 that an opposing team had scored that many points against it at home. (read more)

LeBron James did not exactly give Tyronn Lue the strongest endorsement after the Cleveland Cavaliers lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday.Following the loss, James was asked what the Cavs need to do differently and did not identify one thing. (read more)

The reigning Defensive Player of the Year is making a bit of a stunning admission about his play on that end of the floor this season.In an interview with Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle that was published on Saturday, Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green admitted that he has not been as good defensively in 2017-18. (read more)

The Cleveland Cavaliers got trounced on Saturday by the score of 148-124 against the Oklahoma City Thunder. After the game, New York Knicks big man Enes Kanter added insult to injury with a pretty bold troll job. (read more)

Kemba Walker is not taking his surprising inclusion in trade talks all that well, and it is definitely hard to blame him.Jordan Schultz of Yahoo! Sports reported Saturday that the Charlotte Hornets All-Star point guard is “legitimately hurt” that he could be traded by the team before the Feb. (read more)


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