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LOS ANGELES — After the success Sunday of "The Match: Champions for Charity" golf exhibition in which Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning defeated Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady to help raise $20 million for COVID-19 relief, there are talks to make "The Match" an annual event featuring Woods and Mi…

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Joe Staley had just played his last NFL game. The visiting locker room inside Miami Gardens' Hard Rock Stadium was almost empty. Many of his teammates had already gotten dressed, packed their things and left the site of Super Bowl LIV, a devastating loss to the Kansas C…

The American Hockey League canceled its season and its Calder Cup playoffs Monday because of coronavirus concerns, but its decision will not have an effect on the NHL's desire to continue playing in the near future.

On the heels of Warriors head coach Steve Kerr's comments that the team had been operating as if its season is over, president of basketball operations Bob Myers said the organization will comply with the NBA if and when the regular season resumes.

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — As the Allegheny foothills that frame Williamsport turned green this April, the COVID-19 outbreak sparked an unrelated anxiety, one that spread quickly through the aging mansions of Millionaires Row, the turreted minor-league ballpark alongside Lycoming Creek, the hilltop…

LOS ANGELES — Daishen Nix, UCLA's top recruit and the country's top high school point guard, will forgo college basketball to become the latest high school player to join the NBA's pro developmental program.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — What the 49ers will do in the NFL draft can sometimes be predictable _ like taking star pass rusher Nick Bosa with the second-overall pick last year. Or the team can surprise, like in 2018, using the No. 9 choice on tackle Mike McGlinchey despite already having Trent Br…

LOS ANGELES — Friday would have been quite the celebration. Will Warren turned 40, and a party bus would have surprised him late in the afternoon, packed with a few dozen friends from the neighborhood and family members who had flown in from Illinois and Tennessee.

Let's assume for a second that the coronavirus pandemic is solved by Week 1 of the NFL season. Getting football back would be excellent as we attempt to heal from the damage that coronavirus has inflicted upon the world, but it wouldn't be the football that we're used to.