Navarrete back in action, to face Elorde Sept. 14

Junior featherweight Emanuel Navarrete will be back in the ring to defend his title against Juan Miguel Elorde next month.

Trial in former NBA player’s slaying postponed by judge

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - A trial in the fatal shooting of former NBA player Lorenzen Wright has been postponed to allow defense attorneys to review additional evidence presented in the case.

Billy Turner had been scheduled to face trial Sept. 16 on first-degree murder and other charges. But Judge Lee ...

Move over Omar, it’s Brandon Figueroa’s time

His own father didn't think he was cut out to be a boxer, but Brandon Figueroa is breaking out of his older brother's shadow and is on the verge of big things in boxing.

Big questions, greatest edge for seven NBA title contenders

Our NBA experts dive into the title chances for the top seven contenders.

Memphis will hold pro day for NBA teams featuring potential lottery picks

The pro day, featuring James Wiseman and Precious Achiuwa, will have a similar format to the draft combine.

Walker lifts Team USA past Aussies in warm-up

Team USA beat Australia 102-86 in a World Cup warm-up game Thursday, lead by Kemba Walker's 23 points and Myles Turner's 15.

Serena’s 20 years at the US Open

Many of Serena Williams' career highs and lows have come at the US Open. As she vies for a record-tying 24th Grand Slam title, we recount two decades' worth of memories in the Big Apple.

Four top-four finishes later, Koepka’s Body shoot seems just fine

Brooks Koepka caught plenty of flak for posing for ESPN's Body Issue, and possibly compromising his chances in the Players in the process. But after another major win and three close calls this year, Koepka's priorities are clear.

Murray will play Challenger Tour event in Spain

Andy Murray, who hasn't played on the Challenger Tour since 2005, has accepted an invitation to return to the tournament, which starts Aug. 26.

Really, the Cubs’ bullpen could (should?) be a strength down the stretch

After adding some new arms and shuffling the roles, Chicago's biggest problem area could soon be trending in the right direction.