The Los Angeles Clippers will be facing something of a crossroads this summer, but it sounds like at least one of their stars is more likely than not to return.
The Chicago Bears took everyone by surprise by trading up to draft quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, including their own head coach.
Could the Chicago Bears have stayed at No. 3 and landed Mitchell Trubisky without having to trade three picks? The answer isn’t clear, but it sure sounds like they may have been able to.
Larry Bird is stepping aside as president of basketball operation for the Indiana Pacers, according to a report.
Former Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer may not have to wait long to hear his name called on day two of the NFL Draft.
Lonzo Ball will not be getting an endorsement deal from any of the three major shoe and apparel companies.
John Lynch’s first draft as general manager of the San Francisco 49ers doesn’t seem as if it could have gone much better than it did.
Florida State running back Dalvin Cook remains on the board heading into day two of the NFL Draft, and one potential suitor had a reason to pass.