The NBA’s best player fired back at President Trump on Twitter before releasing a video Saturday. In Oakland, Stephen Curry said he doesn’t believe Mr. Trump “respects the majority of Americans in this country.”
President Trump took a veiled jab at former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during a speech Friday and said the owners of National Football League teams should fire athletes for kneeling during the national anthem. The following morning, Mr. Trump turned his ire at NBA star Stephen Curry, disinviting him from the White House.
Daniel Murphy keeps raking against the New York Mets.
Bruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics has become the first major league baseball player to kneel during the national anthem.
Central Florida coach Scott Frost watched in horror as Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill twisted in agony on the field.
The Golden State Warriors won’t be visiting the White House after President Trump singled out its star athlete Saturday.
Capitals forward Tom Wilson has been suspended for two preseason games for a hit delivered on St. Louis’ Robert Thomas in the third period of Friday’s 4-0 loss.
The Knicks agreed to trade Anthony to the Thunder on Saturday, saving themselves a potentially awkward reunion next week with the player they’d been trying to deal since last season.
“Divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL, our great game and all of our players,” the league commissioner, Roger Goodell, said in a statement.
President Donald Trump says if a basketball player doesn’t want to visit the White House to celebrate an NBA title, then don’t bother showing up.
President Donald Trump says National Football League owners should fire players who kneel during the national anthem. And he’s encouraging spectators to walk out in protest.
Golden State star Steph Curry remains adamant that he does not want to visit the White House under this administration.
Redskins’ tight end Jordan Reed did not practice Wednesday and was limited Thursday.
The Wizards’ starting power forward had sports hernia surgery Friday.
Former football star Aaron Hernandez’ brain was riddled with damage from a degenerative brain disease linked with head blows, but that doesn’t necessarily explain the troubles that plagued his young life.