Paul George did all he could.
Sidney Crosby was careful not to get too far ahead of himself after helping the Pittsburgh Penguins rout the Ottawa Senators for a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
NASCAR honored a pair of its most famous and successful families with inductions into the Hall of Fame on Wednesday.Past champion Dale Jarrett joined father Ned in the hall and master mechanic Maurice "Chief" Petty became the fourth member of one of NASCAR's most royal families to be selected for enshrinement.
Brian Urlacher wasn't sure how dominant he could be any longer, so he's calling it a career after 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears.
Mike Krzyzewski had decided to remain coach of the U.S. men's Olympic basketball team.
Even if the San Antonio Spurs can't help but feel a touch uneasy about their 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals, Tony Parker is completely comfortable.
Bruton Smith just can't help himself sometimes.The eccentric track owner this week suggested he might move a race away from Charlotte Motor Speedway at the exact same time a committee is considering electing him into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Golf's two governing bodies outlawed the anchored putting stroke used by four of the last six major champions, approving a new rule that starts in 2016 and urging the PGA Tour to follow along so the 600-year-old sport is still played under one set of rules.
Nick Gilbert and the Cleveland Cavaliers have beaten the NBA lottery odds again.
Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is changing his team's name to the Charlotte Hornets.
Jordan said at a Tuesday press conference he has informed the league of his decision and is optimistic the NBA board of governors will approve the name change when they convene in July.