The number seven was not a lucky one for Buck Farmer on Thursday.
Atlanta Hawks guard/forward Kyle Korver underwent surgery on Wednesday night to repair the ligament damage in his right ankle suffered during the Western Conference finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The corruption charges engulfing soccer’s governing body have heaped shame and humiliation on the game, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said on Thursday, although he flatly rejected calls to resign over the scandal.
Juan Uribe says he didn’t demand the Los Angeles Dodgers trade him. All he wanted was for the club to define his role.
Braves, Dodgers talk Callaspo-Uribe swap
The Atlanta Braves hope they won’t be reliving a bad dream. Monday’s 6-3 loss at Dodger Stadium began a 10-game Western swing that will also take the Braves to San Francisco and Arizona. Last year, it was a similar three-city road trip starting in Los Angeles that scuttled their playoff hopes.
The Tokyo metropolitan government has hit out at the “ridiculous” $400 million bill they have been asked to foot for the main stadium at the 2020 Olympics.
The World Cup is football’s jewel and should not be tarnished by being increased to more than 32 teams, CONCACAF confederation president Jeffrey Webb said on Tuesday.
An argument could be made that the 2014-2015 athletic season was the finest in the history of Rockdale High School, and the best moments were delivered right at the end.
Buck Farmer is headed back to the big leagues.
Jittery motorsports fans were bracing for a risky Indianapolis 500 on Sunday with a crash-filled buildup to the ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’ leaving a mix of excitement and dread hanging over the famed Brickyard.
The University of North Carolina said Friday it has received notice from the NCAA regarding allegations of academic fraud committed within the athletic department.
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak created some buzz by saying future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant had told him that next season would be his last with the Lakers, but the team said on Friday that was no surprise.
Newton’s Jeremiah Holloman was not going to let something like a badly hurt knee to keep him from winning a Class AAAAAA state championship in the triple jump in the 2015 GHSA Boys State Track and Field Meet at Memorial Stadium in Jefferson.
Eastside’s Eric Stokes thought he was on his way to an easy to win in the 400-meter dash of Class AAAA GHSA Boys Track and Field meet but ended up winning by seven-thousandth of a second with a time of 47.902 seconds.
The Atlanta Hawks had cause to celebrate on Thursday when medical tests revealed that forward DeMarre Carroll had no structural or ligament damage after suffering a leg injury in Game One of the Eastern Conference finals.
- Holloman is epitome of a team player
- A stumble not enough to keep Stokes from winning a state championship
- Eastside girls finish 11 at Class AAAA state golf tournament
- Eastside girls golf team to participate in state tournament
- Eastside’s Francis, Walden selected to DiVarsity all-star team
- Wimbush sign to play at Truett-McConnell
- Eastside falls 8-0 to No. 3 Whitewater in second round of playoffs
- Freeman leaves Eastside after turning program around
- Newton, Eastside fall first round of baseball playoffs
- Eastside tops Wayne County 4-1 in soccer playoffs
- Hawks’ Korver has surgery; Mack separates shoulder
- Opinions vary on whether Uribe asked for trade
- Braves don’t want repeat of last year’s Western road trip
- No structural knee damage for Hawks’ Carroll
- Curry and James headline All-NBA selections
- Braves’ Johnson nearing return
- Unheralded Hawks ready for Lebron-led Cavs
- Braves’ Miller has look of young ace
- Braves’ minor league bus wrecks, driver charged
- Braves’ Miller making trade look good
- North Carolina receives notice of academic fraud allegations
- Oxford College men win national tennis championship
- Golson chooses Florida State over others including Georgia
- GPC sports ends at softball nationals in Utah
- Another Newton player heads to the NFL as Hunt sign with Giants
- Jaguars win GCAA championship with 18-4 victory over ABAC
- Star quarterback Winston’s lawyer calls Florida rape suit a ‘stunt’
- Oxford College accepting registations for Fowler Memorial Tennis Classic
- Indy remains magical for Duke, Coach K
- Duke fights back to beat Wisconsin for collegiate title