Tennis

Caroline Wozniacki splits with hitting partner Sascha Bajin By Don Han

Wozniacki's team will experience some reshuffling after Sascha Bajin announced that he had left the Dane's coaching team after a successful 2017....

NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers move to 8-2 after win against Tennessee Titans By Kudzi Musarurwa

After a slow start to their game, the Steelers overcame their red zone woes to pick up a big win against the Titans. The away team will look back at key errors which ended up costing them the game....

MLS

Caleb Porter and the Portland Timbers part ways By Paul DeBruler

Probably the biggest shock of the 2017 MLS season....

NWSL

Salt Lake City replaces FC Kansas City: Who wins? Who loses?

Cindy Lara | Ever since the rumors broke that FC Kansas City was in trouble due to subpar conditions and absenteeism from the ownership, speculation deepened that the club could be sold and relocated. Far beyond the team's record or on-field performance, there was a cloud hanging over the self-proclaimed "Soccer Capital of America" as the 2017 season ended. Much was unknown since FC Kansas City played its last game on October 1st at Children's Mercy Victory Field. Then, last week, it all began to unravel as head coach Vlatko Andonovski moved on to coach the Seattle Reign after FCKC did not hold contract talks with the coach who led them to two NWSL championships. Early this week, Real Salt Lake emerged in the picture by announcing on Twitter of a press conference regarding the NWSL. The premature tweet was eventually deleted, but it was enough to catch the eyes of the WoSo world and speculation and rumors deepened, and a day before the announcement, the news broke that Real Salt Lake was replacing the Kansas City club. In a press conference on Thursday, the league confirmed that a new team would emerge in Utah for 2018, leaving a fanbase broken, more unanswered questions about the fate of FCKC along with its roster, and anger directed at the current Kansas City ownership, the league, and the MLS-based team Sporting KC who could have kept the Blues in Kansas City. Regardless of where one stands as the news unraveled, it's a situation that is unfortunate and could...

NWSL

Six NWSL players called up for Australia's series against China By Aaron Bellamy

The players, who are currently playing in the Westfield W-League in Australia, will compete in two matches against China on November 22nd and 26th....

NWSL

Opinion: Sporting KC drops the ball for women's soccer fans By Emily Kesel

Kansas City could have been the soccer capital of America. But the MLS club didn't know what it could have had....

Tennis

ATP World Tour Finals: Kontinen/Peers defeat alternates Klaasen/Ram By Pathik Gamana

Henri Kontinen and John Peers needed three sets to defeat the alternates Raven Klaasen and Rajeev Ram, who stepped in for Herbert/Mahut who withdrew....

NBA

Philadelphia 76ers, Robert Covington to sign extension; New York Knicks miss out By Robert Brunswick III

The 76ers have taken action to sign one of their key pieces by way of a four-year, $62-million contract....

Tennis

ATP World Tour Finals: Murray/Soares keep hopes alive with comfortable win By Pathik Gamana

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares saved the best for the most crucial match as they kept their hopes of qualifying well and truly alive....

Tennis

ATP World Tour Finals: Kubot/Melo put on dominant display to qualify for the semifinals By Pathik Gamana

Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo have qualified for the semifinals with two wins from two in the group....

College Basketball

A devil no more: Grayson Allen goes from tripper to leader By Noel John Alberto

The Duke Blue Devils superstar was belittled over his tripping incidents from the last two seasons. So far, he's shown a newfound maturity and leadership that will help this team go far down the road....
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