Kobe Bryant will bow out from the NBA in front of a packed house in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, and the Lakers legend admits “it means everything” to finish his career at home.
Mikael Lustig says he hasn't watched Rangers in the Scottish Championship, but warns Celtic team-mates ahead of the Scottish Cup semi-final.
Crystal Palace and Everton played out a 0-0 draw at Selhurst Park yesterday evening.
Barclays has shed 8,000 jobs in four months, the fastest headcount reduction in at least five years, as it steps up a big cost-cutting drive.
Nomura has named James O’Neile as Asia-Pacific head of cash-equity sales as it reorganizes and cuts jobs in its regional equities business.
The slogan that hung from bridges and balconies all over Madrid read “Never stop believing” and Atlético never did, even when they might have feared it would be taken from them in the final minute.
The Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema will not be selected for France’s Euro 2016 campaign, the country’s football federation (FFF) has confirmed.
Ruth Davidson has launched the Scottish Conservative manifesto with a candid admission that it is not a programme for government but a programme for a strong opposition, and pledged to succeed where Labour has failed in holding the Scottish National party to account.
Sunderland have lost just two of their last eight Premier League matches.
U2 singer reassures Senate subcommittee he is serious about using comedians to humiliate ‘goose-stepping’ Isis with the power of laughter