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The Chicago Cubs sure seem like a team that could, maybe even should, win the World Series. They're also the Cubs. For those more accustomed to dealing with the latter than the former, it's all pretty complicated.

Moments after disappearing from the camera’s sight, Dirk picked up a trashcan found in the visitors’ hallway of Oracle Arena, and in a failed attempt to exorcise the burden of defeat that hung on his shoulders, hurled it against a sheetrock wall.

Kyrie Irving brought the sdnobfwevg! on Monday night against the Warriors. This is just what some of us needed.

If Bale can't please every last Madridista, Euro 2016 is at least an opportunity for him to flaunt his greatness for his undermanned national team.

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The only guide you need to the most important names in Major League Baseball's June Draft.

Muhammad Ali lived a life that was bigger, in every way, than any athlete of his era. These are the memories of four people who knew him—author Thomas Hauser, When We Were Kingsfilmmaker Leon Gast, HBO's Jim Lampley, and trainer Freddie Roach—of meeting him at various points along that journey.

There’s Hemingway’s old bit about bullfighting and car racing, of course, but bikes are an even more perverse extension—totally exposed humans at ever-increasing speeds somehow allowed to continue racing one another from a very young age amid perpetual political bickering over safety, economic and environmental concerns.

Muhammad Ali was more than a champion, and more than a fighter. He championed revolutionary ideas, in revolutionary ways. Let's remember that, before history and expedience smooths it out.

In which a coffee-related mishap in a secret basketball bunker leads to two idiots coming up with every insane thing that happened in the NBA this year.

For much of the last year, the story of Kevin Durant has been about where he might go as a free agent. He's telling a different story on the court right now, and a much more entertaining one.