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The Minnesota Timberwolves' front office hasn't been good for a while. Turns out they're not very lucky, either. Some surprise.
If you happen to wander into D.C. United's locker room, deep in the bowels of RFK Stadium, you'll see a chalkboard featuring the MLS standings.
With NBA stars from veteran Kevin Garnett to Rookie of the Year Blake Griffin standing behind him, union president Derek Fisher said Thursday that players won't accept a bad deal to avert a work stoppage.
NFL owners and players are meeting for the second straight day in the Boston area as they attempt to close in on a new collective bargaining agreement.
When the final three pitches were thrown and Wilson Ramos squeezed each called strike from Drew Storen to Chone Figgins, there was no way to overstate what the Washington Nationals had just done.
French Open champion Li Na squandered two match points and lost 3-6, 6-4, 8-6 Thursday to wild card Sabine Lisicki in the second round of Wimbledon, the biggest upset of the tournament so far.
Virginia's Tyler Wilson didn't have any problem with the pressure of pitching in a big game.
The Charlotte Bobcats have selected the star of this spring's NCAA tournament, point guard Kemba Walker of Connecticut, with the ninth pick in the NBA draft.
After a second straight early postseason exit, the Los Angeles Kings set out to pump up the offense beyond leading scorer Anze Kopitar. They took a big first step by nabbing high-scoring center Mike Richards from the Philadelphia Flyers.