Smith and Cummins chip away at deficit
Lunch report - Seamers keep Aussies in check
A gripping, tactical, low-scoring session of cat-and-mouse cricket ended with England seizing control of Australia's first innings
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Down one with 5.0 seconds left, Russell Westbrook got off an open-ish straightaway 3 that rimmed out, and the Pistons top the Thunder 99-98. Not the most ideal follow-up to the huge win on Wednesday against the Warriors. Westbrook finished with 27-11-11, dropping the Thunder to 4-2 this season when he triple-doubles.
Green out for Warriors as part of rest plan
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Draymond Green will periodically sit out games, including Friday night's matchup against the Bulls, because his hard-charging playing style can be physically taxing and he seemed worn at times during the 2017 NBA Finals.
Klopp: No one really believes in Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp challenges Liverpool to prove they can perform at their best consistently ahead of their clash with Chelsea.
Cox: Blaming Henderson too easy at Liverpool
Jordan Henderson has been unfairly cast as Liverpool's problem, when realistically he's merely a symbol of their issues.
Premier League Predictor: Week 13.
Mark Donaldson and Stevie Nicol battle it out in predictor ahead of matchday 13 in the Premier League.
Wenger denies Ozil agreed Barca switch
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has denied reports suggesting Mesut Ozil has agreed a switch to Barcelona.
Hamilton: I have a 'burning desire' to win
After wrapping up this year's drivers' title two races ago in Mexico City, Lewis Hamilton believes a fourth career victory at the Yas Marina Circuit on Sunday is what Mercedes deserves after a fourth successive double title-winning campaign.
Driver reaction: Abu Dhabi GP - Friday
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Yas Marina paddock following Friday practice for the 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Can Ricciardo fend off Räikkönen?
With the Championship coming to a close, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough discuss whether Daniel Ricciardo can keep Kimi Raikkonen at bay in Abu Dhabi.
EXCLUSIVE: No club can dominate Premier League now - Mata
Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata believes the days of one club dominating English football are over.
Mata: United squad one of most complete I've come across.
Juan Mata is positive over the future of Manchester United and says manager Jose Mourinho has assembled an effective blend of players.
Hooper warns Scotland of uncompromising Australia attitude.
Australia captain Michael Hooper has praised his side's attitude and feels the Test against Scotland will be a tight encounter.
Family history not on Whitelock's side in Cardiff
Sam Whitelock will captain the All Blacks in Cardiff Saturday hoping to avoid the fate of his grandfather, who was in the team when New Zealand last lost to Wales 64 years ago.
EXCLUSIVE: Alun Wyn - 'Changing nappies is a great leveller'
Fatherhood has changed Alun Wyn Jones. Captain of Wales, nine-time British & Irish Lion, but then he is husband to Anwen and father to Mali, with another on the way.
Weekend predictions: November Tests
The end-of-year internationals return once again but who is set for a big Saturday night, which player will shine and who has a long weekend ahead?
Bisping: Quick return a 'gift from the gods'
Michael Bisping sees his return to action just three weeks after surrendering his UFC middleweight title as his penultimate fight and "a gift from the gods".
UFC Fight Night prediction: Michael Bisping vs. Kelvin Gastelum
The UFC heads to China on Saturday when Michael Bisping faces Kelvin Gastelum in a battle of top middleweight contenders. Who prevails?
Askren believes he was the best welterweight in the world
Ben Askren believes he was the best welterweight in the world, but is ready to turn the page in retirement following his ONE Championship title defense on Friday.
Stephen A. loves the hostility between Westbrook, KD.
Stephen A. Smith gets upset when Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant downplay the tension between them.
Kevin Durant: 'It's not about me and Russ'
In the aftermath of another contentious meeting in Oklahoma City, Wanda Durant told ESPN that she'd like to see the relationship between her son and Russell Westbrook mended, but she doesn't know when or if that might happen.
Cavs players inspire at Big Shots and Little Stars fundraiser.
LeBron James, Isaiah Thomas and the rest of the Cavaliers describe their experiences at October's Big Shots and Little Stars fundraiser, which benefits the Flashes of Hope and The Children's Tumor Foundation.
Joshua: Fury's got 'a bit of a screw loose'
Anthony Joshua regards British heavyweight rival Tyson Fury as his most dangerous opponent, ahead of fellow titleholders Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker, claiming his British rival has "a bit of a screw loose".
Joshua: I could finish Wilder with a single punch.
Anthony Joshua says that he'd 'smack Parker around the ring' and that he wouldn't find it too difficult to beat Deontay Wilder either.
Manning understands the offensive struggles without key playmakers.
Eli Manning shares his thoughts about New York's offensive struggles this season following a 20-10 defeat at Washington.
Cowboys continue to make wrong kind of history in loss to Chargers
The Dallas offense can't seem to get out of its own way, and the Cowboys' season is spiraling out of control.
Vikings dig in on a Thanksgiving feast celebration in the end zone
The Vikings got a big win Thursday and received some style points for their mock dinner celebration following a Case Keenum touchdown.
Stephen A. and Max disagree on Morgan's stance on steroids.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman debate what Joe Morgan means by asking Hall of Fame voters not to vote for steroid users.
Why the 100-win Indians, Astros and Dodgers could be even better in 2018
Having three teams with triple-digit W's is rare, but MLB's power trio is just a few offseason tweaks from reaching the century mark again.
Blue Jays investigating minor league PED use
The Blue Jays are investigating internal operations after six players in their minor league system were suspended in the past week after testing positive for PEDs.
Spieth's putter stone cold in second round
The sunshine warmed everything it touched on Friday, except Jordan Spieth's putter. His magic wand was as cold as ice in the second round of the Australian Open.
Herbert leads Australian Open by one shot
Jason Day is breathing down the neck of the halfway leader after wowing fans with four straight birdies on the back nine en route to a second-round three-under-par 68.
Jason Day lights up The Australian
Jason Day mastered the treacherous winds that gusted around The Australian Golf Club on Friday to charge up the Australian Open leaderboard.
Alonso launches esports racing team
Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso has launched his own esports racing team.
Warriors given year to resolve NA LCS owner conflicts
Riot Games has given the Golden State Warriors, Cloud9 and Team Liquid one year from now to resolve conflicts of interest between ownership of the three teams, according to a Wednesday report from SportsBusiness Journal and confirmed by ESPN.
Sources: 100 Thieves close to signing Ssumday and Meteos
100 Thieves is working on deals to secure to top laner Kim "ssumday" Chan-ho and jungler William "Meteos" Hartman, sources close to the players and team told ESPN.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Paul Pogba says Manchester United can win the Premier League this season -- and have no reason to fear anyone.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells ESPN FC why he is staying at Manchester United -- to win the Premier League.
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.