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New York Times Sports
Apr 26, 2019

Kyler Murray Makes N.F.L. Draft History at No. 1
The Oklahoma quarterback was taken by the Arizona Cardinals with the first pick. No team has ever invested so much in a quarterback of his size.

New York Times Sports
Apr 26, 2019

N.F.L. Draft 2019: Round 1 Pick-by-Pick Analysis
The Arizona Cardinals took Kyler Murray No. 1 as expected, but there were several surprises in the first round of the N.F.L.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Spurs 120, Nuggets 103 | Series is tied, 3-3: N.B.A. Playoffs: Spurs Force Nuggets to a Seventh Game
LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and DeMar DeRozan added 25 for San Antonio, overcoming the 43 points Nikola Jokic scored for Denver.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Bruins Win Game 1 Against Blue Jackets in Overtime
The owner of the Golden Knights said the league apologized for a five-minute penalty being called on the hit that knocked out the Sharks' Joe Pavelski.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

John Havlicek, a Dynamo in Two Eras of Celtics Glory, Dies at 79
"Hondo," as he was called, was a relentless, clutch and consistently proficient player on eight championship teams in a 16-season Hall of Fame career.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

On a Recording, the Chiefs' Tyreek Hill Is Accused of Assaulting His Son
A TV station obtained audio in which Hill's fiancée said he had punched and used a belt on their young son. Prosecutors had previously declined to bring charges in an abuse investigation at Hill's home.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.F.L. Draft 2019 Live Updates: Round 1 Pick-by-Pick Analysis
The Arizona Cardinals took Kyler Murray No. 1 as expected, but there are bound to be surprises. Stay here updates and analysis of all the picks in the first round the N.F.L. draft.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.F.L. Draft 2019: The Cardinals Pick Kyler Murray No. 1
Stay here for pick-by-pick updates and analysis from Round 1 of the N.F.L. draft.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Chiefs' Tyreek Hill Accused of Striking Son in a New Recording
A Kansas City television station obtained audio in which the fiancée of the Chiefs star receiver said he had punched his young son and used a belt on him.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Jacob Rhame of Mets Gets 2-Game Ban for Throwing at Rhys Hoskins
M.L.B. announced the decision on Thursday, but Hoskins had already gotten his retaliation with a two-run homer off Rhame on Wednesday.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

College Basketball Trial Reveals a Shoe Box Full of Cash and Other Recruiting Secrets
Still in its first week, the trial has already lifted the veil over the shadowy world of recruiting — offering detail that is rare and, because of video surveillance by the F.B.I., remarkably vivid.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.F.L. Draft Day and Labor Talks Share a Focus: Rookie Contracts
Players and their union could press for changes to first-year deals that would speed the wait for a second, larger payday.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Owner of Golden Knights Says N.H.L. Apologized for 5-Minute Penalty Call
Joe Pavelski, who was knocked out of Game 7 on the hit by Cody Eakin, is not expected to play in Game 1 of the Sharks' second-round series against the Avalanche.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.F.L. Draft 2019: What to Expect in the First Round
Will Oklahoma's Kyler Murray go first? Or will it be Ohio State's Nick Bosa?

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Times Insider: Who Would Run 140 Miles Through the Sahara?
I've followed athletes up a volcano and down into a gold mine. Then came the Marathon des Sables, and an amputee's 6-day desert trek in Morocco.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Finding Lonzo Ball's Missing $1.5 Million, and Himself
The Uganda-born financial whiz who blew the whistle on the possibility of fraud in the basketball star's accounts traveled a long, emotional journey to success.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Olympic Athletes' Feud Goes Public, With Claims of Hotel Theft and Gym Attack
Two legends of long-distance running, Mo Farah and Haile Gebrselassie, found themselves embroiled in a very public war of words.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.H.L. Playoffs: All the Right Moves
The first round will be remembered for surprises. The roots of the upsets were in off-season moves and trade deadline strategy.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.B.A. and Kings Will Investigate Claim Against Luke Walton
The Kings coach was accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit. He has denied any wrongdoing.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

N.H.L. Playoffs: Second-Round Schedule
Upsets abounded in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Here are the matchups for the second round.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

2019 N.F.L. Draft Preview: N.F.L. Draft 2019: Kyler Murray and Others to Watch
The Oklahoma quarterback leads a 2019 rookie class that is long on talent. Will the Arizona Cardinals take him?

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Yankees 6, Angels 5: For Yankees, a 14th Win and a 13th Player on the I.L.: Clint Frazier
Frazier, who has been one of the team's best hitters this season, is expected to miss between 10 days and two weeks.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

2019 N.F.L. Draft Preview: NLF Draft 2019: Kyler Murray and Others to Watch
The Oklahoma quarterback leads a 2019 rookie class that is long on talent. Will the Arizona Cardinals take him?

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Yankees Win, but Lose Another Player
Clint Frazier, one of the team's best hitters, is headed to the I.L. with an injured ankle.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

The Rise of Live-Streamer Style
Professional gamers are more visible than ever, and the athletic apparel industry has taken notice.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Draft Day and Labor Talks Share a Focus: Rookie Contracts
N.F.L. players and their union could press for changes to rookie contracts that would speed up the wait for a second, larger payday.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Phillies 6, Mets 0: Jason Vargas Makes a Promising Start for the Mets, but the Phillies Own the Night
In the finale of a three-game series at Citi Field, Rhys Hoskins and a long home run trot made a statement about the teams' rekindling rivalry.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Adding More Competitive Spice to Show Jumping
The Riders Masters Cup is trying to do for equestrian events what the Ryder Cup has done for golf, pitting Americans against Europeans.

New York Times Sports
Apr 25, 2019

Before Those Beautiful Jumps, a Travel Scramble
A rider often travels around the world nearly every weekend of the year. The logistical challenges of all of that travel are daunting.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

On Soccer: Manchester City Sweeps Aside United and Its History, Inching Closer to Premier League Title
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer understands Manchester United's past, but risks venerating it at the expense of the present, and the future.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

The Nets' Glow-Up Came Early, and It May Fade Too Soon
The Nets were better than anyone expected this season, but the potential loss of key players like D'Angelo Russell in free agency this summer could curtail development.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

2019 N.F.L. Draft Preview: Kyler Murray's Stature Adds Intrigue Right at the Start
The Oklahoma quarterback turned out to be taller than many expected when he was officially measured ahead of the draft. He leads a 2019 rookie class that is long on talent.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Damian Lillard From 37 Feet … and the Blazers Eliminate the Thunder
Lillard and the Trail Blazers waved goodbye to the Thunder.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Damian Lillard From 37 Feet ... and the Blazers Eliminate the Thunder
Lillard and the Trail Blazers waved goodbye to the Thunder.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Phys Ed: After a Knee Injury, Be Wary When Returning to Sports
Athletes who pass return-to-play tests after an A.C.L. injury remain just as likely to experience a subsequent knee injury as those who fail the tests.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

On Baseball: C.C. Sabathia Nears 3,000 Strikeouts in a Triumph of Reinvention
As dominant as Sabathia was early in his career, he has piled up statistics worthy of the Hall of Fame by finding a different gear well into his 30s.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Sharks 5, Golden Knights 4 in OT | San Jose wins series, 4-3: A Stunning Comeback for the San Jose Sharks, Who Get 4 Goals on a Power Play
The Sharks clinched a first-round playoff series victory in overtime, after trailing the Vegas Golden Knights by 3-1 midway through the third period.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Damian Lillard's Deep Buzzer Beater Gives Him 50 Points and Portland a Series Win
With the game tied, Lillard dribbled just inside half-court near the Blazers logo and then pulled up and hit the game-winner, which eliminated the Thunder from the playoffs.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Leonard Leads Raptors to Victory, Eliminating the Magic
Toronto's stifling defense prevailed as the Raptors defeated Orlando, 115-96, on Tuesday night, winning their first-round playoff series in five games.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Zack Wheeler, With His Bat and Arm, Carries the Mets Over the Phillies
Wheeler hit his first major league home run and struck out 11 in seven sharp innings as the Mets handed the Philadelphia Phillies their fifth loss in six games.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

Bruins Take Down the Maple Leafs in Game 7
Boston advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals, where it will meet the Columbus Blue Jackets.

New York Times Sports
Apr 24, 2019

On Soccer: Twisted Loyalties as Liverpool Looks to Manchester United for Help
Few fixtures in recent history have been as disorienting for fans as Wednesday's Manchester Derby, where a United win or draw would boost Liverpool's title chances.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

76ers 122, Nets 100: The Nets' Season Ends, but They're Just Getting Started
A first-round playoff series loss to Philadelphia is the postscript to a season that saw a young team overachieve and build for its future.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Luke Walton, Coach of the Sacramento Kings, Is Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit
Kelli Tennant, a former sports broadcaster and college athlete, filed a lawsuit alleging that he aggressively groped her in a hotel room. He denied the accusation.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

The Islanders Are Happy to Wait for Their Next Playoff Opponent
The Islanders finished a sweep of their first-round playoff series on April 16. They still don't know their opponent for the second round.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Justin Gimelstob's Criminal Case Is Settled. Now He Awaits a Verdict From His Tennis Peers.
Gimelstob, one of the most influential men in tennis, may lose his position in the ATP after pleading no contest to felony battery.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

U.S. Soccer Rejects Relevent's Bid to Host Ecuadorean Match
A fight between the soccer federation and the promoter escalated, with U.S. Soccer claiming its hands were tied by a FIFA rule regarding official games in foreign countries.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

On Pro Football: Nick Bosa Comes With The Kind of Baggage That Doesn't Matter
Nick Bosa has been scrubbing his Twitter account ahead of the N.F.L. draft. But will teams care what he has said when he can rush the quarterback so well?

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

A Bitter Finish for Slow Runners: Get on the Bus
Being corralled for a ride off the course is a particularly sad ending for those who end up on a "shag bus" during the seven-mile race across a bridge in the Florida Keys.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Luke Walton, Coach of Sacramento Kings, Is Accused of Sexual Assault in Lawsuit
Kelli Tennant, a former sports broadcaster and college athlete, filed a lawsuit alleging that he aggressively groped her in a hotel room. He denied the accusation.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

A Second Judge Says Robert Kraft Videos Cannot Be Released
In a victory for the Patriots' owner, a Florida judge said the videos could not be released until a jury was sworn in or the case was concluded in some way.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

A Second Judge Says Robert Kraft Videos Cannot Be Released Yet
In a victory for the Patriots' owner, a Florida judge said the videos could not be released until a jury was sworn in or the case was concluded in some way.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

On Everest, a Trail of Old and Faulty Oxygen Equipment
Illicitly recycled gear has fueled profits for some expedition companies for years. But after some harrowing failures, Nepal is taking action as Everest climbing season begins.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Yankees 4, Angels 3, 14 innings: After Striking Out Four Times in One Inning, the Yankees Win
Clint Frazier sprained his ankle in the 12th inning, but remained in the 14-inning game.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Four Strikeouts Later, the Yankees Win the Game
Clint Frazier sprained his ankle, but gutted through it to stay in the 14 inning game.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

On College Basketball: Who's on Trial in the College Basketball Scandal? Not the Big Names
Two low-level operators will stand trial for bribery this month, but prosecutors have yet to expose "the dark underbelly of college basketball" as promised.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Hurricanes Stay Alive Against the Capitals
Carolina beat Washington, 5-2, on Monday night to force Game 7 in their first-round playoff series.

New York Times Sports
Apr 23, 2019

Test on Jacob deGrom's Elbow Shows No Injury
Before the Mets defeated the Phillies on Monday, the team said DeGrom was set to come off the injured list and make his scheduled start on Friday.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

Bucks Sweep Pistons, Advancing to the Second Round for the First Time Since 2001
Detroit set an N.B.A. record with its 14th consecutive playoff loss, a skid that began in 2008.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

The Nets' Joe Tsai Is Fined $35,000 for a Tweet About Officiating
Tsai, a part owner of the team, posted support for General Manager Sean Marks, who was suspended a game without pay and fined $25,000 for entering the referees' locker room after Saturday's loss.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

Justin Gimelstob Pleads No Contest in Battery Case
Gimelstob, the tennis commentator, coach and ATP board member, was sentenced to three years' probation and 60 days of community service after a felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

W.N.B.A. Games to Air on CBS Sports Network in New Deal
The league recently unveiled a new logo and color scheme, and made clear that they reflected heightened ambitions. But growth in its TV audience has so far has been modest.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Trail Blazers Push the Thunder to the Brink
Eager to atone for last season's playoff failure, Portland has come together and found its rhythm and taken a 3-1 lead against Russell Westbrook and Oklahoma City.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

Relevent Sports Sues U.S. Soccer, Escalating Fight Over Sanctioning
A proposed league match between Ecuadorean teams in Miami has become a proxy in a fight between Relevent and a U.S. Soccer partner, Soccer United Marketing.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

For Kenyan Runners, Winning Can Be a Road to Ruin
Success in a major long distance race can lift a Kenyan runner out of poverty overnight. It can also bring plenty of pitfalls, as fame and wealth often do.

New York Times Sports
Apr 22, 2019

Michael Conforto Emerging as Homegrown Leader for Retooled Mets
Conforto has long had a majors-level game, but he is learning to be more vocal for a team with heightened expectations.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Sharks Win in 2nd Overtime to Force Game 7
Tomas Hertl scored a short-handed goal to beat the Golden Knights. The Bruins defeated the Maple Leafs to set up another deciding game.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: N.B.A. Playoffs: Warriors and Raptors Roll to 3-1 Leads on Road
Kevin Durant had 33 points and Klay Thompson added 32 for Golden State against the Clippers. Kawhi Leonard scored 34 for Toronto versus the Magic.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Bruins Top Maple Leafs to Force a Game 7
The Flyers removed a statue of Kate Smith from outside their arena in response to allegations of racism.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Warriors 113, Clippers 105 | Golden State leads series, 3-1: N.B.A. Playoffs: Kevin Durant Leads Warriors to 3-1 Series Lead
Durant had 33 points and Klay Thompson added 32 in a road victory for the two-time defending champions against the Clippers.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Yankees 7, Royals 6 | 10 innings: Aaron Judge Hits Injured List, but the Depleted Yankees Win Again
Judge is the 13th Yankee on the club's I.L. But the banged-up team got its fifth win in six games with an extra-inning victory over the Royals.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

On Pro Basketball: The Celtics Sweep the Pacers. Now Comes the Hard Part.
With a strong performance against Indiana, Boston suddenly looks like the team many predicted would roll through the East. Can the Celtics sustain it against the Bucks?

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Bruins 4, Maple Leafs 2 | Series is tied, 3-3: N.H.L. Playoffs: Bruins Top Maple Leafs to Force a Game 7
Brad Marchand had two goals and an assist for Boston, which will host the deciding matchup on Tuesday night.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Cardinals 6, Mets 4: Mets Lose to Cardinals as Noah Syndergaard's Hitting Outdoes His Pitching
Syndergaard, with St. Louis outfielder Dexter Fowler's help, hit one of the Mets' four homers. But on the mound, he had his second straight shaky start.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Nets' G.M. Sean Marks Suspended for Entering the Referees' Locker Room
Marks was fined $25,000 and will be suspended without pay for Game 5 of the first-round series with the Philadelphia 76ers.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Nets' G.M. Suspended for Going Into the Referees' Locker Room
Sean Marks, the Nets' general manager, will be suspended without pay for Game 5 of the first-round series with the Philadelphia 76ers.

New York Times Sports
Apr 21, 2019

Carl Hagelin Made a Habit of Knocking Off the Capitals. Now He Is One of Them.
Hagelin, who has spent time on three teams this season, has been involved in eliminating Washington from the playoffs five times, three as a Ranger, two as a Penguin.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues Oust Jets; Capitals Beat Hurricanes by 6
Jaden Schwartz scored all three goals to help give St. Louis the only home win for either team. Nicklas Backstrom had four points as Washington took a 3-2 series lead.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: N.B.A. Playoffs: Second-Seeded Nuggets Pull Even With Spurs
Khris Middleton had 20 points and 9 rebounds for the Bucks in a road win that gave them a 3-0 series lead against the Pistons.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Blues Oust Jets as Home Team Finally Wins
Jaden Schwartz scored all three goals for St. Louis, which held off a late Winnipeg charge. Alexander Radulov scored two goals as the Stars took a 3-2 series lead against the Predators.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

76ers 112, Nets 108 | Philadelphia leads series, 3-1: Nets' Tempers Flare, but Their Shots Don't Fall, in Game 4 Loss to Sixers
The Nets were undone in the second half by turnovers and poor shooting after a shoving match between Jared Dudley and Philadelphia's Jimmy Butler got both players ejected.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Nuggets 117, Spurs 103 | Series tied, 2-2: N.B.A. Playoffs: Second-Seeded Nuggets Pull Even With Spurs
Nikola Jokic had 29 points and 12 rebounds for Denver, which made a couple of successful defensive adjustments.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Cardinals 10, Mets 2: In Mets' Loss, Good News: Jacob deGrom's Arm Is ‘Much Improved'
The ace, who is on the injured list with a sore right elbow, might not need an magnetic resonance imaging test after all, Manager Mickey Callaway said.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Stars 5, Predators 3 | Dallas leads series, 3-2: N.H.L. Playoffs: Stars Move One Win From Ousting Predators
Alexander Radulov scored two goals in the second period for Dallas against the Western Conference's No. 2 seed.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Yankees 9, Royals 2: In Yankees' Win, Bad News: Aaron Judge Leaves With an Oblique Injury
The right fielder left the game after appearing to injure himself on a swing in the sixth inning. The Yankees hit four home runs in support of pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Yankees 9, Royals 2: In Yankees' Win, Bad News: Aaron Judge Leaves With Oblique Injury
The right fielder left the game after injuring himself on a swing in the sixth inning. The Yankees hit four home runs in support of pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Fabio Fognini Stuns Rafael Nadal to Reach Monte Carlo Final
Nadal's last defeat at the clay tournament was also in the semifinals, against Novak Djokovic in 2015.

New York Times Sports
Apr 20, 2019

Arena Football Takes Yet Another Shot
New Yorker Corey Galloway has big dreams for a football team called the Streets. History is not his friend.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: N.H.L. Playoffs: Maple Leafs Win to Put Bruins on the Brink
Auston Matthews and Kasperi Kapanen scored in the third period of a 2-1 victory that gave Toronto a 3-2 series lead.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: N.B.A. Playoffs: Celtics Take 3-0 Series Lead Against Pacers
Pascal Siakam had 30 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Raptors past the Magic for a 2-1 edge.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Santa Anita, Losing Horses to Other Tracks, Reduces Race Days for Now
The track will hold racing three days a week instead of four for the next four weeks as several stables have sent horses to run at tracks like Keeneland and Churchill Downs.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Raptors 98, Magic 93 | Toronto leads series, 2-1: N.B.A. Playoffs: Raptors Hold Off Magic to Take Series Lead
Pascal Siakam had 30 points and 11 rebounds for Toronto, which had led by 17 points in the fourth quarter.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

St. John's Hires Mike Anderson as New Men's Basketball Coach
The former Arkansas coach, taking over for Chris Mullin, said he wanted the Red Storm to be a team that opponents "don't know what we're going to do."

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Mets Place Jacob deGrom on Injured List With Sore Elbow
DeGrom, who struggled in his last two games, was scratched from his scheduled start in St. Louis on Saturday and will return to New York for an M.R.I. exam.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

An Underappreciated Tobias Harris Steals the Show as the 76ers Take a Playoff Lead
Harris has been traded five times in eight seasons, but his latest stop, Philadelphia, may finally be a place he can call home.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Concerned About Aroldis Chapman's Slowing Fastball? He Isn't
"My objective now isn't to throw as hard but to pitch," said the Yankees' closer, who is adjusting his approach as age takes away some of his trademark velocity.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Jacob deGrom Leaves Mets to Have ‘Barking' Right Elbow Examined
DeGrom, who struggled in his last two starts, was scratched from his scheduled start in St. Louis on Saturday and will return to New York for an M.R.I. exam.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

N.C.A.A. Proposal to Curtail Graduate Transfers Is Voted Down
The measure, which would have applied only to football and men's and women's basketball, could have severely restricted graduate transfers.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Breanna Stewart Shows the Toll of Pro Women's Basketball's Never-Ending Grind
Stewart, like many women, plays overseas in the W.N.B.A.'s off-season to earn more money. But the endless season takes a mental toll and, as an injured Stewart shows, a physical one.

New York Times Sports
Apr 19, 2019

Sports of The Times: The 76ers Dash the Evolving Nets' Dream
Something grand is happening in Brooklyn, though probably not this season.

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