The hottest sports ticket in America is in Boston, where the Red Sox can win the World Series. But if you want to go, wear comfortable shoes.
Another week has been completed and once again we have a few things that we learnt to share with you.
A blistering night of NBA action did not feature on UK television.
With the trade deadline approaching tonight at 9pm GMT there are all sorts of rumours flying around the NFL about a number of players and who they will be playing for at the end of the day.
The halfway point of the NFL season is here, and many teams will already be looking to the NFL Draft in May
Calvin Johnson is known as the best wide receiver in the NFL and he backed this up on Sunday night as he compiled 329 receiving yards against the Dallas Cowboys.
The presence of Manchester United full back was not welcome at UFC: Fight Night 30 on Saturday evening.
Check out Terrelle Pryor's 93-yard touchdown run.
The New York Jets followed every win with a defeat this year. Will it change when they visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday?
If the Jacksonville Jaguars have any chance of pulling off a major shock against the San Francisco 49ers at Wembley, it is provided by the defensive schemes of head coach Gus Bradley.
Tyson Fury’s serial burlesque continued in Cologne on Thursday but the world heavyweight champion did not sound as if he was joking when he said he would probably quit boxing if he lost his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester on 9 July.
One hundred days from Rio, Britain’s national cycling team has been thrown into chaos following the sudden resignation of its head, technical director Shane Sutton, as allegations of bullying and discrimination against women and Paralympians accumulated on Wednesday.
The fears that boxing’s joker-in-chief Tyson Fury was skating close to self-destruction were given stark and embarrassing substance when the world heavyweight champion was reunited with Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester on Wednesday.