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Dec 17, 2017

Chiefs 30, Chargers 13: Chiefs Take Control of A.F.C. West, and Lions Stay in the Playoff Hunt
Alex Smith threw for 231 yards and two touchdowns, and Kareem Hunt ran for 155 yards and a score in Kansas City''s win.

New York Times Sports
Dec 17, 2017

College Football Bowl Games: Boise State Holds Off Oregon
In other bowls, Georgia State and Marshall were among the winners.

New York Times Sports
Dec 17, 2017

Knicks 111, Thunder 96: Carmelo Anthony, Back in New York, Gets Cheers, a Video and a Loss
Anthony also heard some jeers, and he made just 5 shots in 18 attempts during his first game at Madison Square Garden since the Knicks traded him to Oklahoma City.

New York Times Sports
Dec 17, 2017

Lions 20, Bears 10: Lions Stay in the Playoff Hunt With a Win Over the Bears
Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford was 25 of 33 for 237 yards and didn''t turn the ball over for the first time since Week 11.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

On Soccer: Another Tough Test? Not for Manchester City and Pep Guardiola
Guardiola had always managed heavy favorites, at Barcelona and Bayern Munich. They said things would be different for him in the Premier League.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Yankees Bringing Back C.C. Sabathia for a Year, at a Discount
The starting pitcher, who was 14-5 last season and earned $25 million, agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract, a reflection of his age and history of knee troubles.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Ex-Wife of Lorenzen Wright Charged With Murder in 2010 Death
The body of the former N.B.A. player was found near some woods in 2010, 10 days after he was reported missing in Tennessee.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Letters to the Editor
Readers sound off on the latest headlines in sports.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson Is Under Investigation Over Misconduct Accusations
The Carolina Panthers said that Erskine Bowles, a Clinton administration official and a minority owner of the team, would oversee the investigation.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

It Will Be Anthony vs. Knicks, but Maybe Not Anthony vs. Porzingis
The Knicks'' new franchise player injured his knee against the Nets on Thursday night and is listed as questionable for Saturday''s game.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Panthers Owner Jerry Richardson Investigated Over Misconduct Accusations
The Carolina Panthers announced on Friday that the team had begun an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct in the workplace.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Ready for Liftoff: Juan Lagares Alters His Swing in Bid to Impress the Mets
Seizing on one of baseball''s big trends, the Mets center fielder is hoping to hit more balls in the air and over the outfield walls.

New York Times Sports
Dec 16, 2017

Islanders' Jordan Eberle Adjusts to New York Life, On and Off the Ice
Eberle, acquired from Edmonton in June, has rarely lived outside Western Canada. But he has found chemistry with his line mates and a comfortable routine in the city.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

FIFA in Hot Water Over Foam
A court in Brazil has demanded FIFA immediately stop issuing a vanishing spray to referees after a patent dispute with its inventor.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Kevin Robinson, Soaring BMX Star, Dies at 45
He was the first BMX rider to land an incredibly difficult move called the double flair. He also set two world records.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

When the N.H.L. Began Play 100 Years Ago, Goalies Stood Tall
In the first two N.H.L. games, on Dec. 19, 1917, goalies were not allowed to drop to the ice to make a save. The rule was changed a few weeks later.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Brazilian Soccer Chief, Long Accused in America, Is Suspended by FIFA
Marco Polo Del Nero has remained in power in Brazil despite being charged by American authorities with racketeering and money laundering in 2015.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

On Pro Basketball: An N.B.A. Team in Mexico City: How Realistic Is That?
Smog, traffic, security concerns — all are issues the league is assessing. But there are lots of reasons to think it might move aggressively into Mexico.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Brazil Soccer Chief Marco Polo del Nero Suspended
Del Nero has remained in power in Brazil despite being charged by American authorities with racketeering and money laundering in 2015.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Why Did Disney Expand Its Sports Kingdom With Out-of-Favor Networks?
In its megadeal with 21st Century Fox, Disney acquired 22 regional sports networks that it believes will complement ESPN. It''s unclear how that will happen.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

The New Invincibles? Manchester City Storms Toward Title, and the Record Book
Unbeaten in the league, and winners of 15 in a row, Manchester City will look to keep its stellar record intact when it hosts Tottenham on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Bars on the Windows, Laughter Between the Lines
An Italian nonprofit organizes soccer matches inside the country''s prisons in an effort to foster healthy relationships between inmates and their children.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

N.B.A. Gives Referee Monty McCutchen New Job in League Office
As vice president, head of referee development and training, he will mentor and coach referees from the N.B.A., N.B.A. G League and the W.N.B.A.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Knicks 111, Nets 104: Knicks Hold Off Nets After Kristaps Porzingis Leaves With Injury
The Knicks, already without their second-leading scorer because of an injury to Tim Hardaway Jr., lost Porzingis to a sore knee in the third quarter.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

FIFA Trial Ends: ‘They Have a Theory That Everyone in Soccer Is Dirty'
A 12-person jury will now decide the fate of three South American officials accused of corrupting global soccer.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

In a Play, Rafael Nadal Inhabits a New Role: Gay Icon
Peter Gil-Sheridan, a gay playwright, imagines a love affair with Nadal in 'The Rafa Play,' which ends its run in New York on Saturday.

New York Times Sports
Dec 15, 2017

Mike Francesa Won't Be ‘Back After This'
Francesa, who has dominated New York''s sports talk-radio scene for decades, is ending his show this week amid major shifts in the industry.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Fantasy Football: Top Players to Start in N.F.L. Week 15
Nick Foles is an interesting option for Carson Wentz owners and a solid start in two-quarterback leagues.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

On Baseball: The Six-Man Rotation: Coming Soon, Maybe to a Team Near You
The Los Angeles Angels, with Shohei Ohtani on board, are thinking about that option. Other teams are, too, in an effort to gain an edge.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Stuart Evey, a Founding Force at ESPN, Is Dead at 84
Mr. Evey persuaded his bosses at Getty Oil to invest in the start-up sports network and then helped manage it as it took wing.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

On Pro Basketball: Live From New York, It Will Be a Struggling Carmelo Anthony
The former Knicks star makes his New York return on Saturday night, and he will arrive here as a member of a Thunder team not doing all that great.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

N.F.L. Picks Week 15: Steelers and Patriots Battle for A.F.C. Superiority
Pittsburgh is trying to clinch home-field advantage in the playoffs. Big games in the A.F.C. West and N.F.C. West could help decide those divisions.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

The School Closed. The Players Left. But the Coach Can't Quit.
The closure of St. Anthony High School in Jersey City has forced Bob Hurley, the school''s longtime coach, to adjust to basketball as a consumer experience, not an occupation.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

On Baseball: Derek Jeter Was Once the Captain. But Now He's the Apprentice.
In his new role as the baseball chief of the Marlins, Jeter has gutted the team, and only time will tell the wisdom of his early moves.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Mets Find Some Help for Their Beleaguered Bullpen
Anthony Swarzak is hardly a marquee name, but the 32-year-old right-hander could bolster a relief corps that had a miserable time of it in 2017.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Michael Pineda, a Yankees Enigma, Signs a Two-Year Deal With the Twins
Pineda showed promise but was largely inconsistent over his four years with the Yankees. His 2017 season ended early when he underwent Tommy John surgery.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Football: In the N.F.L., Stability Comes With a $200 Million Price Tag
Desperate for continuity, and for a smooth transition when Roger Goodell retires, the league''s owners shelled out a huge sum to retain their commissioner.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Eight Candidates Approved for U.S. Soccer Presidential Race
U.S. Soccer announced that eight of the nine announced candidates had submitted the required three nominations but declined to name them because it had been unable to complete background checks for at least two of them.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Sports of The Times: Chris Froome Tests Positive, and Cycling History Repeats Itself
It''s hard to be surprised by the news that cycling''s most dominant rider has tested positive for a banned drug.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Can Aaron Rodgers Get the Packers to the Playoffs?
Rodgers''s return has fans excited. But it''s going to be tough to make the postseason.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Football: Goodell Gets $200 Million for Last Deal, Owners Get … Continuity?
Exactly what did N.F.L. owners get for the $200 million they just committed to Roger Goodell?

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Tour de France Winner Chris Froome Failed Doping Test
Froome failed a test during the Spanish Vuelta in September and is facing a suspension from cycling.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Soccer: This Premier League Player's Position? Left Out
Fans think Stuart Taylor has it made: a Premier League salary and a job he is rarely asked to perform. But his long career as a third-choice goalkeeper isn''t the one he saw for himself.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Knicks 113, Lakers 109 | Overtime: Porzingis and Knicks Upstage Lonzo Ball's Traveling Circus
In his first trip to Madison Square Garden as a Laker, Ball had a respectable night, but the Knicks edged out a win in overtime.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

With Stanton Aboard, the Yankees Unload Chase Headley
Headley was scheduled to make $13 million next season, so the trade, in exchange for a minor leaguer, lowers the Yankees'' payroll.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Knicks 113, Lakers 109 | Overtime: Lonzo Ball Gets a Chorus of Boos as Lakers Fall to Knicks
In his first trip to Madison Square Garden as a Laker, Ball had a respectable night, but the Knicks edged out a win in overtime.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Baseball: Who Says the Mets Don't Have a Plan? It's Called Mickey Callaway
The Mets have seen their window as the headline act in New York close, but Callaway seems confident he can make a quick impact as manager.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Basketball: Jahlil Okafor Gets a Second Chance, and Nets Get a Bargain
Okafor, the No. 2 draft pick in 2015, lost his spot to Joel Embiid in Philadelphia but now has the opportunity to develop in Brooklyn.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Stylist's Lawsuit Rocks NFL Network, Leading to 6 Suspensions
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

A Stylist's Lawsuit Rocks the N.F.L....and Bill Simmons
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, 80, Dies; His ‘Endless Summer' Documented Surfing
Mr. Brown''s movie became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, Documentarian of Surfing, Is Dead at 80
Mr. Brown''s movie 'The Endless Summer' became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Victoria Azarenka Gets a Wild Card for the Australian Open
Azarenka''s ranking has dropped to No. 210 and she has not played since Wimbledon in July because of a child custody dispute.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Yankees Trade Chase Headley to Padres, Lowering Payroll
Headley was due $13 million next season in the last year of a four-year deal. The 33-year-old infielder returns to San Diego, where he began his major league career.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Latest on NFL Network Lawsuit: Donovan McNabb, Eric Davis Suspended by ESPN
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Oscar Pistorius Is Bruised in Prison Brawl
The South African prisons authorities said the altercation at Atteridgeville Correctional Center would be investigated and that 'appropriate action' would be taken.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Marshall Faulk and 2 Others Suspended by NFL Network Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were accused of sexual harassment, and Faulk of assault, in a lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist for the company.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

NFL Network Suspends Marshall Faulk and 2 Others Over Sexual Assault Allegations
Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were suspended by the network over allegations in a lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist for the company.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball Are Headed to Lithuania
Lonzo Ball''s younger brothers gave up any chance of playing college basketball by signing with an agent, and will now try to succeed against the pros in Europe.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

On Baseball: Giancarlo Stanton ‘Excited to Get Better Together' With Yankees
After years of losing, Stanton was unwilling to sit through an extended rebuilding process, so instead he will team with fellow slugger Aaron Judge in the Bronx.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

On Pro Basketball: Fix Lonzo Ball's Shot? Look to This Player for a Blueprint
Kevin Martin''s stroke in college was nearly identical to Ball''s unorthodox method, but Martin managed to slowly improve it and become an effective shooter.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Fix Lonzo Ball's Shot? Here's the Blueprint
Kevin Martin''s stroke in college was nearly identical to Ball''s unorthodox method, but Martin managed to slowly improve it and become an effective shooter.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

The N.F.L. Goes Deep With Mobile and Verizon
The N.F.L. and Verizon announced a $2 billion digital rights deal. Fans should love it. Longtime media partners, not so much.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Real-P.S.G. and Barcelona-Chelsea in the Champions League
The last 16 will feature marquee matchups for Real Madrid and Barcelona, the giants of the Spanish league.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Jets Quarterback Josh McCown Will Miss the Rest of the Season
McCown, who is enjoying the best season of his career, sustained a broken left hand on Sunday. Bryce Petty will start for the Jets next week.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Rock-Climbing Pants
Lara McCluskey, a rock-climbing instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School, tests five pairs while climbing and scaling boulders in Sinks Canyon State Park.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test
Lynn Jennings, an Olympic runner, tests the latest step up in sock technology.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Tennis Shoes
Jody Scheldt, tennis professional, tests lightweight tennis shoes.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Talking Through Their Gloves
Baseball players have a long history of trying to keep their signs and plays secret. But now when they're out on the field, they even chat through their gloves, just in case there's a lip-reader nearby or watching on TV.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Aqua Socks
Testing aqua socks on Lake Union in Seattle.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Day 11 at the Open
David Ferrer defeated Juan Ignacio Chela and Novak Djokovic beat Carlos Moyá to advance to the semifinals.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Fishing Vests
David Ellerstein, the owner and head guide of Jackson Hole Anglers in Jackson, Wyo., field-tests five new models of fishing vests.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Kayaks
Scott Baxter, an owner of Great Salt Lake Adventures, tests five kayaks on Pineview Reservoir and Little Dell Reservoir near Salt Lake City.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Equipment: Gilded Frames
The new word for the finest high-performance mountain bikes is carbon.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Equipment: Tread Lively
Sports-inspired footwear from the world of high style.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

New Golf Rules Will Limit Impact of TV Viewers and Scorecard Errors
Effective Jan. 1, golfers will not be penalized two shots for an incorrect scorecard if they were not aware of a rules violation. And officials will not respond to most TV viewers'' calls about violations.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Giancarlo Stanton Deal Will Test the Yankees' Newfound Fiscal Discipline
The only team that has paid a luxury tax in each of the 18 seasons it has existed said 2018 would be different. Then Giancarlo Stanton became available.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: With Carson Wentz Out for the Season, Eagles' Dreams Turn to Dread
Wentz, who has led Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, left the game with a season-ending knee injury that upended the Eagles and the N.F.C. playoff race.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Tom Savage's Return Raises Concussion Protocol Concerns
The Texans quarterback briefly returned to the game despite showing signs of a possible head injury.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Here's What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 14
The march toward the playoffs continues, as the battles for division titles in the N.F.C. South and A.F.C. West got considerably more interesting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Real-PSG and Barcelona-Chelsea in the Champions League
The last 16 will feature marquee match-ups for the two Spanish giants.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: Carson Wentz Goes Down, and the Eagles' Dreams Turn to Dread
Wentz, who has led Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, left the game with an ominous-looking knee injury that threatened to upend the Eagles and the N.F.C. playoff race.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Me Time: $75 for Three Minutes at Minus 230 Degrees? Sure, We'll Try It
Our columnist dons ear warmers, a surgical mask and giant wool mittens and gets into a cryotherapy chamber.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

What's the Fastest Color? Olympic Speedskaters Now Say Blue
Even Norway, famously red, is wearing blue at major competitions. Was the change based on science? Gamesmanship? Something else?

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

N.F.L. Week 14: Panthers, Chiefs and Jaguars All Win
The march toward the playoffs continues, as the battles for division titles in the N.F.C. South and A.F.C. West got considerably more interesting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Dominic Smith May Still Have to Prove Himself, Alderson Says
Sandy Alderson, the Mets'' general manager, had criticized Smith last month but said the team was still 'very high on Dominic.'

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Broncos 23, Jets 0: Broncos Stifle Jets, Ending an Eight-Game Losing Streak
A week after racking up more than 500 yards of offense, the Jets can manage only 100 against a lackluster Denver team.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles Beat Rams, but Lose Wentz to Injury
The battle of N.F.C. heavyweights delivered plenty of action, but the win came at tremendous cost to the Eagles if Carson Wentz is forced to miss time.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles' Win Over Rams Clouded by Injury to Carson Wentz
The battle of N.F.C. heavyweights delivered plenty of action, but the win came at tremendous cost to the Eagles if Wentz is forced to miss time.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: Joy of Eli Manning's Return Is Fleeting in Giants' Loss to Cowboys
Manning started at quarterback and the game was tied after three quarters, but Dallas exposed the injury-riddled Giants'' flaws and inexperience.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Lukewarm Group of Free Agents Has Some Teams Focused on Trades
Giancarlo Stanton is no longer available, but with the winter meetings set to begin, deals for other players could soon develop. Think Manny Machado or Josh Harrison.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Alan Trammell and Jack Morris Elected to Hall of Fame
The former teammates with the Detroit Tigers were elected by the modern era committee and will be enshrined in Cooperstown together on July 29.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles' Carson Wentz Leaves Game With Injured Knee
Hit in the fourth quarter, Wentz stayed in to throw a touchdown pass but was then replaced by Nick Foles in a close game against the Los Angeles Rams.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Fly Fishing Targets Women as a Source for Growth
They are the fastest growing demographic in fly fishing but have to find proper gear, navigate social media and plan self-defense in the outdoors.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

On Soccer: Three Points and Six Words: ‘We Won Because We Were Better'
Pep Guardiola''s Manchester City won by 2-1 at Manchester United, the surest sign yet that, even with half the season to go, the Premier League title is City''s to lose.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Bulls 104, Knicks 102: Knicks' Rally Late, but Can't Beat Bulls at the Buzzer
The Knicks scored 10 consecutive points to tie the score at 102, but Kristaps Porzingis''s last-second 3-pointer just missed.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Angels Unveil Shohei Ohtani, Who Exudes Promise and Prudence
Manager Mike Scioscia said the team definitely plans to use Ohtani as a pitcher and batter, but the details must be worked out for Ohtani''s first season outside Japan.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Heisman Trophy Goes to Baker Mayfield, Explosive Oklahoma Quarterback
Mayfield threw 41 touchdown passes and five interceptions and will play in the College Football Playoff. He previously finished fourth and third in Heisman voting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Army 14, Navy 13: Kick Is Wide, and Army Beats Navy in the Snow
Army won its first Commander-in-Chief''s Trophy since 1996 on Saturday when Navy missed a field-goal attempt on the game''s final play.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

On Baseball: The Yankees Will Always Be the Yankees, to the Delight of Only Some
The Yankees'' business model depends on must-see superstars. We have seen big acquisitions like Giancarlo Stanton''s before in the Bronx, but titles do not always follow.

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