Bucks president: Team could move to Vegas

The Milwaukee Bucks are a young, promising team that has a devoted fan base throughout the state of Wisconsin. However, Bucks president Peter Feigen believes that the NBA will take control and move the team out of state if the Wisconsin legislature doesn’t approve $250 million in public financing to…

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Report: West signs with Spurs

The rich get richer. According to NBA.com’s David Aldridge, David West has agreed to a veteran’s minimum deal with the San Antonio Spurs. Wanting to join a championship contender, West opted out of his $12.6 million player option with the Indiana Pacers. After San Antonio agreed to a long-term deal…


Gasol, Grizzlies strike 5-year, $110M contract

As soon as free agency stared on July 1, Grizzlies officials traveled to Spain to meet with free agent center Marc Gasol. The All-Star center did not want to meet with any other teams and was expected to return to Memphis, which is exactly what Gasol will be doing after…


Kyrgios fans start disturbing blackface social media trend

So this has sort of taken off… fans covering their faces in weird and wonderful stuff, this time delicious Nutella while sending me positive vibes. #blessed #support Posted by Nick Kyrgios on Saturday, July 4, 2015 WIMBLEDON – The Aussie fans here at the All-England Club have been some of the…


Bondy: CoCo Vandeweghe laughs way to Wimbledon quarterfinals

STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS Coco Vandeweghe celebrates after winning her match against Lucie Safarova at Wimbledon. WIMBLEDON – If you’re going to hit a second serve over your opponent’s head all the way to the back wall, you might as well laugh at yourself. That’s what CoCo Vandeweghe figured, after she’d muffed…


Rory McIlroy injures ankle playing soccer

rorymcilroy via Instagram Rory McIlroy’s status for the British Open appears in doubt after he reveals that he ruptured an ankle ligament playing soccer on the Fourth of July. Jordan Spieth’s chances of winning the third leg of golf’s Grand Slam became a whole lot stronger Monday morning, after defending…


FIFA bans former 2018, 2022 World Cup inspector for 7 years

Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP Harold Mayne-Nicholls is barred from taking part in ‘any kind of football-related activity at national and international level for a period of seven years.’ Harold Mayne-Nicholls, the man who chaired the 2010 FIFA panel that evaluated bids from 11 countries competing to host the 2018 and 2022…


'No chance' injured JPP gets long-term Giants deal: source

Elsa/Getty Images Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul won’t get a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline. It never seemed likely that Jason Pierre-Paul would get a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline he had to sign one. But according to a Giants source, there’s “no chance” of that now….


SEE IT: Massive wipeout during Tour de France's third stage

HUY, Belgium (AP) — Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez won the crash-marred third stage of the Tour de France on Monday, with British rider Chris Froome finishing second to take the race leader’s yellow jersey. The crash happened with a little under 60 kilometers (37 miles) remaining, forcing the stage to…


Bondy’s Wimbledon Diary: Shakespeare and considerate USWNT

FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images The U.S. team scores four goals in the first 20 minutes of the World Cup final. WIMBLEDON – The Globe Theater was a wonderful experience. The setting is spectacular and the performers were spot on. I have to say, however, “Measure for Measure” is not Shakespeare’s best…