On this day: Wiz bested in ’18 East semis; Bing inducted; Nelson, Vaughn born
On this day, the Boston Celtics sent the Washington Wizards fishing in the ’18 East Semis, and guard Dave Bing was inducted into the Hall of Fame.
FTSE 100 live: Shares open higher; WANdisco cash warning; Apollo won’t bid for Wood
An end to the long-running takeover pursuit of Wood Group and the appointment of a new boss at British American Tobacco are among today’s key stock market developments. Electricals chain Currys has …
Watch: Huge shark attacks startled angler’s kayak off Hawaii
A Hawaii angler on Friday survived a harrowing encounter with a large shark that attacked his kayak as he fished off Oahu. The frightening moment was caught on video.
Poker icon Doyle Brunson dies at 89 years old
Doyle Brunson, legendary poker player and author, died on Sunday in Las Vegas. He was 89 years old. Brunson’s agent Brian Balsbaugh shared the news with a statement from Brunson’s family.
Horse dies at Churchill Downs, 8th recent fatality at home of Kentucky Derby
A horse died Sunday after a race at Churchill Downs, making it the eighth fatality in recent weeks at the home of the Kentucky Derby.
This native Utahn could become an NBA head coaching candidate again soon
Chris Haynes reported that Kevin Young, Mike Budenholzer and Nick Nurse will be among the Phoenix Suns’ head coaching candidates after they fired Monty Williams.
4-star QB Michael Van Buren pushes up commitment date; Ducks remain favorites
QB Michael Van Buren pushed his commitment up to this coming week. The Ducks are still the favorites to land him.
Doyle Brunson, ‘The Godfather of Poker,’ dead at 89
Doyle Brunson, one of the most influential poker players of all time and a two-time world champion, died Sunday, according to his agent.
Joseph Fiennes On The ‘Harry Potter’ TV Series Adaptation At Max
Joseph Fiennes is giving his take on the Harry Potter television series adaptation that has been set up at Max. While being interviewed for his new film The Mother, the actor was asked if he would …
Clarke Schmidt’s struggles adding to Yankees’ rotation concerns
The Yankees are not outwardly concerned about their rotation, but after a pair of shaky starts from Nestor Cortes and Clarke Schmidt over the weekend, there’s some room to worry.