LIVE: Friday night NBA action
A monster Friday night of NBA begins with the Thunder's visit to Philadelphia while, later, the Rockets host the Spurs in Houston. Follow all 11 games live here!
Brad Stevens with high praise for Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell: "He's special. I think that word was out before the draft but then watching him play in Summer League was pretty eye-opening. ... Plus he's just got a moxie about him, he's got a way about him that people would say is beyond his years. There's also older guys than don't have that so it's not fair to say that. I just think he's just got that way about him."
Ogden: Guardiola right to be wary of Tottenham
Pep Guardiola insists Manchester City can't go the Premier League season unbeaten. Tottenham could well be the ones to end City's winning streak.
Guardiola hits back at Mourinho's 'tactical fouls' jibe
Pep Guardiola says he never sends out his players with instructions to foul after Jose Mourinho accused his side of "tactical fouls."
EXCLUSIVE: Tottenham's Son Heung-Min chats to ESPN.
Tottenham's Son Heung-Min speaks to ESPN Brasil to talk about his recent form, Spurs' upcoming match versus Man City and much more.
Smith masterclass puts pressure back on England
Steven Smith moved serenely towards a 21st Test hundred as Australia continued the fightback started by taking England's last six wickets for 35 runs
#PoliteEnquiries: Should England use the Force to remove Smith?
Melinda Farrell and Dan Brettig answer your questions following the second day of the third Ashes Test in Perth.
Klopp defends rotation policy.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp stands by his rotation policy as he aims to close the gap on Manchester City.
Conte: Luiz knee looks like serious problem
Antonio Conte said he still does not know when David Luiz will be fit to return for Chelsea as he continues to receive treatment on his knee.
Mourinho open to January signings for United
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has refused to rule out boosting his squad in the January transfer window.
Live updates from ESPN's Sixers All-Access
Follow the latest from ESPN’s All-Access day with the 76ers in Camden, N.J. and Philadelphia, Pa.
How 76ers star Embiid is trolling the NBA
Joel Embiid has turned the Sixers' famed process into performance art, and everyone is feeling merry and bright -- for now.
Simmons enjoys playing with Embiid.
Ben Simmons tells Doris Burke about what it's like to be teammates with Joel Embiid and goes through his pre-game rituals.
Lowe's 10 things: Lonzo's smart plays, OKC and good news for the Bulls
Zach Lowe highlights Charlotte's Dwight Howard problem, Lonzo Ball's development, Marcus Smart's manipulative passing and more.
Can Saunders overcome Lemieux?
ESPN's Steve Bunce shares his thoughts on whether Billy Joe Saunders can beat David Lemieux to retain his title in Canada.
Ringside Seat: Saunders and Lemieux close out 2017 with eyes on bigger future
In the last major fight of 2017, middleweight world titleholder Billy Joe Saunders defends against David Lemieux on Saturday night, with the winner having the inside lane to a shot at the winner of a future Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez rematch.
Klitschko: AJ can beat Wilder, Parker to unify
Wladimir Klitschko insists IBF and WBA champion Anthony Joshua can defeat Joseph Parker and Deontay Wilder to unify the heavyweight belts and hopes the British fighter's reign lasts as long as his own 11 year reign.
ESPN's Driver of the Year countdown, No.8: Sergio Perez
When thinking of dependable, consistent drivers in F1's midfield, no name stands out more clearly than Sergio Perez. The Mexican driver again showed why in 2017.
Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cups
European rugby is back with another stacked fixture list. ESPN's experts predict which teams are set for a big weekend, which players will shine and where your attention should be trained across the two competitions.
UFC Fight Night Cheat Sheet: Lawler vs. Rafael dos Anjos
Former welterweight champion Robbie Lawler takes on Rafael dos Anjos on Saturday. Will dos Anjos be able to pressure the hard-hitting Lawler? Who will come out on top? Brett Okamoto breaks it down.
UFC's Mike Perry speaks about childhood, prison and turning life around
Mike Perry, a top UFC welterweight contender, spoke to ESPN about his troubled past and how he changed it for the better through mixed martial arts.
Transfer Talk: Manchester United eyeing Chelsea's Willian
Willian and Jose Mourinho could be reunited at Old Trafford, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan could be headed for the exits. Transfer Talk has the latest.
LeBron says he can relate to Lonzo's hype.
Following their first career matchup, LeBron James calls Lonzo Ball a "really good player" and says he was "humbled" by being Lonzo's favorite player.
Lakers' road trip ends with Lonzo and LeBron's first duel
LeBron James didn't have the best shooting night, but his 59th career triple-double helped the Cavaliers hold off the Lakers.
Porzingis: Melo should be shown 'love' at MSG
Carmelo Anthony will return to Madison Square Garden on Saturday night for the first time since being traded to the Thunder, and Kristaps Porzingis hopes that Knicks fans will give Anthony a friendly reception.
Valverde surprised by Froome's drug test.
Movistar's Alejandro Valverde Nairo Quintana and Eusebio Unzue are surprised by Chris Froome's failed drugs test and that they hope he gets found innocent.
Serena to play the Australian Open? Yes? No? Maybe?
We are exactly one month out from the Australian Open, but we still have so many questions. Not small questions -- Serena Williams-esque questions.
Stephen A.: Pats game 'is everything to the Steelers.'
Stephen A. Smith explains that Pittsburgh has no excuse not to beat New England at home and go into the playoffs riding high.
Week 15 NFL predictions: Scores for every game
Playoff berths are at stake for several teams, with Chargers-Chiefs on Saturday and Patriots-Steelers on Sunday among the top matchups.
Deflated in Philly: Fans react to Carson, the latest curse
Carson Wentz's torn ACL did more than just lay waste to the Eagles' plans. It also ripped the scab off an old wound the size of the Delaware Valley.
NFL Rookie of the Year races: Where they stand, how they could finish
Kareem Hunt emerged as the early favorite for the offensive award, but a midseason slump cracked the field wide-open for other young stars. NFL Nation reporters make cases for the top five candidates on both sides of the ball.
One-stop guide to all 41 bowl games
It's not all about the playoff. Don't sleep on the pre-Christmas games, as bowl season begins Saturday, including Boise State-Oregon.
Bowl season's biggest storylines.
A playoff trilogy, intriguing coaching matchups and renewed rivalries highlight this year's bowl season.
YouTube announces partnership with FaceIt
By building a partnership with the host of one of the biggest CS:GO tournaments of the year, YouTube is hoping to make its mark in esports streaming.
BSU, Oregon plan League match ahead of Las Vegas Bowl
No. 25 Boise State and Oregon have a postseason college football showdown Saturday in Las Vegas. But before that, two other teams from the schools will face off online.
Inside Schwarber's new workout routine.
Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber gives ESPN an exclusive look at his new training regimen.
Working out with Kyle Schwarber: Exclusive look at Cubs slugger's mission to transform his body
Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber gives us a peek into what his daily life has been like since the Cubs lost in the NLCS.
Cold stove: The four teams no one talked about at the winter meetings
It was a quiet week in Orlando, but for a quartet of clubs, it was practically dead silent. We tracked the rumor mill -- and found a group that generated almost no buzz whatsoever. What does that say about each?
Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.
In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.