Teams will face off starting Tuesday, October 24th, in Los Angeles
Major League Baseball dished up the action and suspense this season – proving to be a great form of escapist entertainment for fans
Fox appeared to yell "Kameha!" against the Mavericks, but he defended himself on Twitter after the game by saying the viral video was edited
"I could see how much time was left," Minnesota Timberwolves small forward said afterwards, "I got as close as I could and let it go."
Petition comes after Trump criticized Roger Goodell for not forcing players to stand for the national anthem
Morgan Spurlock made a mockumentary, 'Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson,' about iconic 1992 episode that includes MLB Hall of Famers
Olympic gold medalist says she was inspired by #MeToo Twitter campaign
"If I do not leave now, I will die," Mack recalls thinking, before escaping from Las Vegas home
Team also displayed message video board during season opener following head coach Gregg Popovich's controversial statement
"I think we can all agree that equity in education can help affect change that we all want to see in this country," defensive end says
President said football players are displaying "total disrespect for our great country" by protesting during "The Star-Spangled Banner"
"LeBron James owes nobody anything. Nobody"
"We have a pathological liar in the White House: unfit intellectually, emotionally, and psychologically to hold this office," San Antonio coach says
A percentage of all sales from the new movie chronicling the life of wrestler will go to the Doernbecher Children's Hospital
A number five pick in the NBA draft, Sacramento Kings rookie just wants to "affect the game in every way I can"
Colin Kaepernick has hired Mark Geragos as his attorney rather than going through the NFL Players Association
Oakland Raiders running back gets asked at end of the episode if he'd want to play tennis against Serena Williams for a later segment
The 'Hounds of Justice' are back, but at what cost?
"We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wrote
Eminem raises his fist at one point during the performance to show support for NFL free agent who started the #TakeAKnee national anthem movement