4:03 PM GMTESPN staffArgentina got back to winning ways but it took a second-half fightback in Florence before they saw off Italy.Last weekend's loss to England at Twickenham was Argentina's seventh in a row, and they arrived in Italy with only one international win under their belt in 2017
Bemused at the attention paid his new look, Lonzo Ball smiled.
"It’s just a haircut, man," Ball said.
There was no deeper meaning to the style, but because it happened a day after the worst game of Ball’s fledgling NBA career, it caused a stir.
The Springboks haven't had the best of luck in France, having lost four of their last five matches against the home side. KweséESPN takes a trip down memory lane and looks at the last five meetings between the two teams in France.2013: France 10 South Africa 19This was South
The fashion world mourns a legend today, with the news that the Tunisian-born couturier Azzedine Alaïa has died at the age of 77. Famous for his precisely cut dresses that celebrated the female form, he was known for flouting the traditional fashion system, and achieving world renown on his
Captain Eben Etzebeth said the Springboks are focussed on delivering a good performance on Saturday evening against France, when the two teams meet at the Stade de France in Paris."We have a job to do on Saturday and our focus is on the game," said Etzebeth."I am sure back
TORONTO - Tim Hardaway Jr. woke up Thursday morning with a sore left foot and, a day later, the pain was so severe he had to remove himself from the 107-84 loss to the Raptors.
X-rays were negative, but Hardaway Jr. was the diagnosis is otherwise unclear. He said the
The loss of Nets point guard Jeremy Lin earlier this season already created a larger role for Spencer Dinwiddie. But now with the news that guard D’Angelo Russell out indefinitely after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery Friday afternoon, Dinwiddie is now the floor general for Brooklyn.
TORONTO – Even Joakim Noah knows his best days are over.
About one hour before he observed Friday’s game in a suit because he didn’t make the active roster, Noah reconciled with the state of his game – and also with the fact that he can no
TORONTO - Kristaps Porzingis and the Knicks were grounded in Canada.
In a game New York never led, Porzingis was bullied into inefficiency and his team was blown out by Raptors, 107-84.
It was the most lopsided defeat of the season for the Knicks (8-7),
TORONTO - The Knicks should send the schedule-maker a Christmas card.
Heading into Friday at Toronto, New York was the only team in the NBA to play as few as four games on the road. And following Wednesday’s rematch against the Raptors at