NBA transaction window closed: Tracking all team moves, players signed, top free agents remaining

The transaction window for the NBA’s plan to restart the season in Orlando has officially closed, and any verbal agreements made between teams and players can now become official. All 30 NBA teams, and not just the 22 heading to Orlando, were allowed to sign free agents from June 23 Read more

UFC divisional rankings: Dustin Poirier moves into tie with Tony Ferguson after UFC Fight Night win

Watch Now: Highlights: Dustin Poirier vs. Dan Hooker (1:32) This past Saturday, Dustin Poirier went to war with Dan Hooker in a battle of top five lightweights. Poirier, fighting for the first time since losing the interim lightweight title in a loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov, showed heart and determination in Read more

NBA transaction window moves: Tracking signed players, best free agents available

The NBA and NBPA¬†officially finalized the terms of their restarted season on Friday, which means that the countdown to Disney World can officially begin. While eight teams are home for the summer, the league’s 22 remaining franchises will be in attendance, and they’ll each play eight regular-season “seeding” games for Read more

Kentucky football moves up season-opening game due to rescheduled 2020 Kentucky Derby

Watch Now: CFB Conference Futures: Pick To Win SEC (3:16) The COVID-19 pandemic has forced sporting events around the world to be either canceled or postponed, and that has caused a ripple effect that has impacted the college football world. Kentucky and Eastern Michigan announced Tuesday that the season opener Read more

College basketball rankings: Arkansas moves up after adding Indiana transfer Justin Smith

Eric Musselman built Nevada into a nationally relevant program in almost no time by largely relying on the transfer market. And though his approach at Arkansas is more focused on high school prospects, and for good reason, Monday’s commitment from Indiana grad transfer Justin Smith served as a reminder that Read more

How two MLB teams put themselves at a disadvantage with cost-cutting moves ahead of 2020 draft

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association may be in their fourth week of negotiations concerning a potential modified season in light of COVID-19, but that hasn’t stopped teams from harming themselves with unnecessary cost-cutting measures. The worst two recent offenders have been the Los Angeles Angels and the Read more