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Today β€” September 19th 2020Your RSS feeds

Miami and Boston’s Young N.B.A. Players Are Bucking Tradition

By Sopan Deb

Jayson Tatum and Bam Adebayo are just two of the young or less-experienced players making an impact in the Eastern Conference finals.

Tour de France Reports No Positives in New Round of Coronavirus Tests

By Elian Peltier

The world’s most prestigious cycling race may prove that sprawling sports events can be held amid a pandemic. But there’s still a week to go.

Yesterday β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

Naomi Osaka Will Skip French Open, Citing Injury and Timing

By Christopher Clarey

A quick turnaround after the U.S. Open has some players prioritizing rest, but the schedule may give contenders who opted out of New York (or lost early there) an edge.

Naomi Osaka Pulls Out of French Open

By Azi Paybarah

The U.S. Open winner cited a sore hamstring in announcing her decision on Thursday.

Naomi Osaka Pulls Out of French Open

By Azi Paybarah

The U.S. Open winner cited a sore hamstring in announcing her decision on Thursday.

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New-Era Golfers Prepare to Be Humbled at Winged Foot

By Bill Pennington

The 97-year-old course will test long-driving players with its deep, untrampled rough and multitiered greens. “It’s the hardest golf course I’ve ever played,” world No. 3 golfer Justin Thomas said.

Miami Heat’s Bam Adebayo Blocks a Dunk, and the Boston Celtics

By Sopan Deb

The Heat’s Adebayo foiled Jayson Tatum with seconds left in overtime, providing a highlight that could outlive this series.

Nuggets Surprise Clippers in Game 7

By Scott Cacciola

A Clippers season of high expectations ended in Game 7.

The Liberty Had a Plan. Maybe It Will Work Next Year.

By Matt Ellentuck

The Liberty were riding high after drafting Sabrina Ionescu, but her injury, along with absent players and the team’s inexperience, turned this W.N.B.A. season on its head.

Taylor Rooks Gets the N.B.A. Interviews That Go Viral

By Shauntel Lowe

Rooks, a host at Bleacher Report, said being a Black woman in sports journalism has its challenges, but her approach — capturing players’ full humanity — gives her an edge.

Taylor Rooks Gets the N.B.A. Interviews That Go Viral

By Shauntel Lowe

Rooks, a host at Bleacher Report, said being a Black woman in sports journalism has its challenges, but her approach — capturing players’ full humanity — gives her an edge.

Tour de France Reports No Positives in New Round of Coronavirus Tests

By Elian Peltier

The world’s most prestigious cycling race may prove that sprawling sports events can be held amid a pandemic. But there’s still a week to go.

This U.S. Open Will Be Judged by the Future of Osaka and Thiem

By Christopher Clarey

Does this Grand Slam title deserve an asterisk given the absence of so many stars? Not if Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka endure at the top of the sport. They appear on track for just that.

This U.S. Open Will Be Judged by the Future of Osaka and Thiem

By Christopher Clarey

Does this Grand Slam title deserve an asterisk given the absence of so many stars? Not if Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka endure at the top of the sport. They appear on track for just that.

Josh Allen Tops 300 Yards Passing as Bills Beat Jets in Opener

By Gillian R. Brassil

Fans often argue about which quarterback is better — the Jets’ Sam Darnold or the Bills’ Josh Allen. The season opener provided some answers.

A U.S. Open Missing Fans and Stars: Was It Worth It?

By Matthew Futterman

No Federer or Nadal, and so many top women taking a pass, plus a fracas with the French, but the United States Tennis Association needed to hold this tournament and has no regrets.

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