Jeremy Lin Out for the Season With Ruptured Patella Tendon in His Knee

The Brooklyn Nets guard landed hard after driving to the basket near the end of the Nets’ season opener. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Chris Long of the Eagles to Donate Entire Salary

Long’s checks will go to educational charities and scholarships. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

WTA Finals: Darren Cahill Has Coached Different Players, but Gets the Same Winning Result

The Australian uses stats to break down individual points and relay his message more effectively to the players. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Fantasy Football: Who to Start in N.F.L. Week 7

Start Matt Ryan against the N.F.L.’s worst defense. Adrian Peterson is back on track, and worthy of a start this week. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

On Baseball: Cubs Can Call Themselves the Champs for at Least a Little Longer

A victory over the Dodgers in Game 4 avoided a sweep. Now comes Game 5, and Clayton Kershaw. But the Cubs, under Joe Maddon, have defied the odds before. (…) […]

WTA Finals: A Difficult Season Makes Caroline Garcia Stronger

Injury problems and issues with teammates hurt her confidence, but she worked to turn around the negative experiences. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

On Tennis: The Hard Part of Being No. 1 in Women’s Tennis Is Staying There

Seven of the eight singles players competing at the WTA Finals in Singapore have a mathematical chance to finish the season at No. 1. (…) Read more > Continue Reading […]

Ready, Gone! The N.F.L.’s Disappearing Huddle.

This is a summary here for this story about teams not using huddles in the N.F.L. anymore right here. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Cubs 3, Dodgers 2 | Los Angeles leads series, 3-1: Cubs Defeat the Dodgers in an N.L.C.S. Battle of the Long Ball

Javier Baez hit two homers and Willson Contreras added one for the Cubs, while the Dodgers got one each from Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner. (…) Read more > Continue […]

Masahiro Tanaka Achieves an Elusive Goal: Beating Dallas Keuchel

Tanaka had lost three previous games against Keuchel, but he broke through in Game 5 in one of the biggest performances of his career. (…) Read more > Continue Reading […]

Yankees 5, Astros 0 | Yankees lead series, 3-2: Yankees Overcome a Nemesis as Masahiro Tanaka Stifles the Astros

Houston’s Dallas Keuchel, who had shut down the Yankees in two other playoff starts, did not last five innings in Game 5 of the A.L.C.S., while Tanaka allowed just three […]

Meet the Knicks: No Big Expectations but a Lot of Tall Players

While the N.B.A. is increasingly going small, the Knicks have a roster that, at least for now, includes six players who are 6 feet 10 inches or taller. (…) Read […]

Roundup: Champions League: Chelsea Rallies for Draw; Messi Leads Barcelona

Chelsea let a two-goal lead slip away before getting a late goal to tie Roma, and Messi scored his 100th goal in European competition as Barcelona beat Olympiakos. (…) Read […]

After Two Days of Talks, N.F.L. Owners Leave Anthem Rules Intact

Although most owners want their players to stand during the anthem, they’re not willing to mandate it right now. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

The Old Sound Track Is Back. Yankee Stadium Is Loud Again.

The new ballpark, which opened in 2009, has been derided at times for not having the atmosphere that the old stadium possessed. But that is changing. (…) Read more > […]