Game 1 of the NBA Finals was watched by 7.41 million people according to figures on the Sports Media Watch website, compared to 13.4 million viewers for 2019's game one in late May.
Nine NFL teams cancel practice in response to Jacob Blake shooting; appeal for quarterbacks to take greater role
The Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Los Angeles Chargers, New York Jets, Tennessee Titans and Washington Football Team all chose to not practice Thursday in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake
Barreto is currently working with the youth development programme at the Reliance Foundation.
Native American advocates and experts have long criticised the Washington Redskins name they call a “dictionary-defined racial slur.”
Ava DeVernay to executive produce Netflix series on ex-NFL player turned civil rights activist Colin Kaepernick
Colin in Black & White, a six-episode limited series on Netflix, will examine Colin Kaepernick's high school years that shaped his activism
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league made mistakes in not listening to players, in a video on Friday denouncing racism in the United States amid widespread protests over police brutality against black people.
Everything you need to know about Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, the NFL icons partnering Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in charity golf match
The 126 titles and 20 Majors between the two golf legends are known all over. The same cannot necessarily be said of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, who are partnering Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods respectively.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Sport could resume in empty stadiums, says top US disease expert Anthony Fauci
Fauci, who appeared last month in an Instagram live interview with Golden State Warriors sharp-shooter Steph Curry, said he would recommend that athletes should be tested roughly once a week after resuming play.
Twitter says it has locked the compromised accounts and is investigating the situation.
Tom Brady would have been entering the last year on an existing two-year deal next month. Instead, he's under contract through the 2021 season, when he will be 44.
LeBron James was chatting with his business partner Maverick Carter, Los Angeles Rams star Todd Gurley and actor/rapper Ice Cube about NFL player protests over social injustice.
Four major US professional sports leagues could see $4.2 billion annually from legal betting, according to survey
The four major US professional sports leagues could reap a combined $4.2 billion annually as a result of legal sports betting, most of it indirectly from increased fan engagement, according to a casino industry survey
NFL's concussion rates in pre-season practice drop after introduction of 'targeted intervention,' say league medics
After introducing a form of 'targeted intervention' for NFL teams during the pre-season practice, concussion rates dropped significantly, said the league's medical executives.
Nike's stocks reach all-time high despite controversial ad campaign featuring NFL star Colin Kaepernick
Nike shares reached an all-time high this week as data pointed to an uptick in online sales following the sporting goods giant's envelope-pushing ad campaign featuring athlete Colin Kaepernick.
Donald Trump has renewed his attacks on NFL players for protesting, stating that players should find better places to protest, instead of doing it at the NFL games.
Colin Kaepernick's name omitted from soundtrack of Madden NFL 2019, developer Electronic Arts promises fix in update
Colin Kaepernick has become the subject of controversy yet again, after his name was edited out of a Big Sean song featured of the new Madden NFL 19 game due to be released on 10 August 2018
"They love Chris Gayle and all these boys that hit (the ball) miles. Same in golf, they love Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy who hit 350 meters," said Dean Jones.
NFL owners approve new policy which will impose fines on players if they kneel during the National Anthem
NFL owners agreed a new policy on Wednesday that players must stand during the National Anthem or incur fines for their clubs, unless they stay in the locker room.
During the media interaction, LeBron James not only reiterated what he had said in the Uniterrupted video, but also talked about race and social tensions in America.
NFL Super Bowl LII preview: New England Patriots, Tom Brady eye records against underdogs Philadelphia Eagles
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday aim to defend their Super Bowl crown against a Philadelphia Eagles team chasing a first ever win.