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The Sacramento Kings coach had been accused of sexual assault.
The deal comes as more American college sports teams play in Europe.
While there will be stiff competition from around the world, the locals are making more of an impression.
Dallas is in a rut, and Chicago’s defense is hardly a pushover. Could an upset be brewing on Thursday night?
The jockey, who has won race after race in a long career, says you have to know “what makes them tick.”
He got his start at his hometown track and now is an executive with the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Demographics suggest football should be dying in Mercer County. Instead it’s booming and producing state champions.
Qatar has for years been dogged by accusations that a corrupt vote delivered the 2022 World Cup. Now, world soccer’s governing body may have inadvertently supported those claims.
Working for the high-end gym chain seems glamorous, but for many trainers the schedule is unforgiving, the pay low and the turnover high.
Rugby star Israel Folau says he feels "vindicated" following Rugby Australia's apology after he was dismissed for an anti-gay post on social media.
His performances are forever being scrutinized by the public eye, but Tiger Woods' toughest critics could be in his own household.
Looking for a Christmas gift for a Roger Federer fan? Your search might have come to an end.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has credited boss Jurgen Klopp for breathing new life into his game.
Lionel Messi clinched his sixth Ballon d'Or award on Monday after yet another scintillating season for the Argentine.
Already trying to hold off his political rivals a week before the UK's general election, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced criticism from one of the leading officials in European football for past comments calling women in burqas "letterboxes."
Holland international Vivianne Miedema enjoyed a record-breaking day Sunday as she inspired Arsenal's 11-1 demolition of Bristol City in the Women's Super League.
When Michael Schumacher retired in 2012, his Formula 1 records looked unbreakable.