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New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

A Can't-Miss Opportunity for LeBron James Fans, No Matter the Distance
Fans of James, the N.B.A.'s biggest star, came from all over the world to see his record-breaking performance Tuesday. "I'm not going to regret the money that was spent. I would have regretted missing it," one said.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

Tom Brady Continues a Long History of Athletes in Sports Movies
With Tom Brady appearing in the comedy "80 for Brady," a look at other sports figures who have made their way to the big screen.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

Mikaela Shiffrin Wins Gold In Super-G at The World Championships
A silver medal in super-G gave Shiffrin her 12th career medal at the world Alpine skiing championships and made her the first woman in the modern era to accumulate that many.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

Think Cold Plunges Seem Drastic? Try Doing It Every Day.
For some, completing the ritual on a regular basis has become one way — "that not too many people actually enjoy" — to weather winter.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

With Super Bowl Win, Eagles Would Match A's in Philadelphia Titles
Despite having left town in 1954, the Athletics, with five championships, are still Philadelphia's most decorated team. The Eagles could tie things up on Sunday.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

The Story of LeBron James's 38,390 Points
Teammates. Competitors. Victims of his memes. They each have a story about James's road to breaking the N.B.A. career scoring record.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

LeBron James Breaks Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's NBA Scoring Record
James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, scored the record-breaking 38,388th point that had eluded generations of superstars.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

The Story of LeBron James's 38,388 Points
Teammates. Competitors. Victims of his memes. They each have a story about James's road to breaking the N.B.A. career scoring record.

New York Times Sports
Feb 08, 2023

A Milestone for Black N.F.L. Hires, but Not on the Sidelines
Five Black presidents have been hired to lead N.F.L. teams, an influx some hope could provide a blueprint for diversifying leadership even as the league struggles to improve head coaching searches.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Is Greater Than Any Basketball Record
His N.B.A. career scoring record has been broken, but his legacy of activism and his expansion of Black athlete identity endure.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Kyrie Irving Says He Wants to Change His Narrative in Dallas
After his first practice with the Dallas Mavericks since being traded from the Nets, Kyrie Irving said he felt nothing but "genuine love" from his new team.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Months Before Hamlin's Collapse, Bills' Co-Owner Also Suffered Cardiac Arrest
In an essay, Jessica Pegula, a top-ranked tennis player, described the health ordeal of her mother, Kim Pegula, president of the Buffalo Bills. Hamlin, a defensive back, went into cardiac arrest at a Jan. 2 game.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

How Eagles Coach Nick Sirianni Got That Philadelphia Swagger
After surviving a disastrous introductory news conference, an ill-chosen flower analogy and his "Beat Dallas" motivational shirt, Sirianni has transformed the Eagles and maybe himself.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Jessica Pegula Opens Up About Her Mother's Cardiac Arrest
In an essay, Jessica Pegula, a tennis player, described the health ordeal that her mother, Kim, an owner and president of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, endured last year.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

When One Cold Plunge Isn't Enough, Some People Do It Daily
For some, routine cold plunges have become one way to survive winter.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Soccer Player Christian Atsu Is Rescued From Turkey Earthquake
Just hours before Christian Atsu was trapped, he had scored the winning goal for the Turkish soccer club Hatayspor.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

It's Not Just What Manchester City Won. It's What Others Lost.
Players, and fans, can accept losing. It is part of sports. It is different, though, if they find out one side wasn't playing by the same rules.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Football Gave Us a Carrie Underwood-Based Solution to Existential Dread
Carrie Underwood's musical intro to "Sunday Night Football" offers a dazzling gift — even if you're not a fan of the game.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

It's Not Just About What Manchester City Won
Players, and fans, can accept losing. It is part of sports. It is different, though, if they find out one side wasn't playing by the same rules.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

A Columnist and Basketball's ‘Chosen One'
As LeBron James approaches the N.B.A.'s career scoring record, the former Times reporter Harvey Araton has been thinking about the way reporters have covered him.

New York Times Sports
Feb 07, 2023

Why Bettors Favor Super Bowl Props
Bets on specific outcomes, like the length of the national anthem, are expected to account for half of the $7 billion wagered on the Super Bowl in the United States.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

N.B.A. Owners Approve Mat Ishbia's Purchase of Suns and Mercury
The deal, which values the Phoenix basketball teams at $4 billion, was expected to close this week, transferring ownership away from Robert Sarver after a tenure that ended in scandal.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

On Second Thought, St. Andrews Steps Back From Remodel by Swilcan Bridge
Want a patio-like surface by a bridge that's perhaps more than 700 years old? St. Andrews did, but many others most definitely did not.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Carlos Beltran Returns to Mets as Front Office Executive
The former outfielder was fired by the Mets after a brief stint as the team's manager in 2019. After a short Yankees broadcasting career, he is set to join the Mets' front office.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

The Premier League's Charges Against Manchester City, Explained
Could City really get tossed out of the Premier League? The rules are clear. The outcome of a complicated case is not.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Premier League Charges Manchester City Over Financial Rules
The Premier League accused City of breaking rules related to revenues, sponsorships and contracts. One potential penalty is expulsion from the league.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Premier League Charges Manchester With Financial Violations
The Premier League accused City, one of the most successful teams in soccer, with persistently breaking rules about reporting its revenues, sponsorships and costs.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Manchester City Charged With Dozens of Financial Violations
The Premier League accused City, one of the most successful teams in soccer, with persistently breaking rules about reporting its revenues, sponsorships and costs.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Nets Face Uncertainty Again After Agreeing to Trade Kyrie Irving
Adding Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant hasn't led to a conference finals berth, much less a championship. After meeting Irving's trade request, the Nets are once again in a state of uncertainty.

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

In the Middle of Eagles Territory, an Oasis for Chiefs Fans
Big Charlie's Saloon is a South Philadelphia bar with a bit of a conundrum: how to celebrate Kansas City's Super Bowl berth without drawing the ire of locals. "We're in a pickle."

New York Times Sports
Feb 06, 2023

Lamar Jackson to Resume Contract Talks With Ravens After ‘Pay Lamar' Cries
Teammates, N.B.A. stars, and even opponents have supported Jackson's bid for a hefty raise from the Ravens. Many will keep watch as Jackson and Baltimore are expected to continue negotiations.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

Like a Record, LeBron James's Age Is Just a High Number
Still among the best players in the N.B.A. at 38, James is now 36 points away from the league's career scoring record. He could break it at home on Tuesday.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

Nets Trading Kyrie Irving to Dallas Mavericks After His Request to Leave
Irving's tenure with the Nets was marred by his refusal to be vaccinated for the coronavirus and his posting of a link to an antisemitic film. In Dallas, he will join the superstar Luka Doncic.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

South Carolina Hopes Success Begets More Success
The short-handed Huskies put up a stronger resistance than they did in last year's national title game, but the Gamecocks won to remain undefeated as they look toward more tournament glory.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

Nets Trade Kyrie Irving to the Mavericks After His Request to Leave
Irving's tenure with the Nets was marred by his refusal to be vaccinated for the coronavirus and his posting of a link to an antisemitic film. In Dallas, he will join the superstar Luka Doncic.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

Amanda Serrano Gets an Undisputed Title and a Rematch With Katie Taylor
Serrano beat Erika Cruz of Mexico to set up a rematch of one of the greatest women's bouts in boxing history. Next stop: Dublin.

New York Times Sports
Feb 05, 2023

Like a Record, LeBron James's Age Is Just a Number
Still among the best players in the N.B.A. at 38, James is now 36 points away from the league's career scoring record. He could break it at home on Tuesday.

New York Times Sports
Feb 04, 2023

Rutgers Men's Basketball Turns the Garden Red for One Day
Rutgers beat Michigan State at Madison Square Garden, which had the feel of a home game for the improving Scarlet Knights.

New York Times Sports
Feb 04, 2023

LeBron James Keeps the World Watching
The Los Angeles Lakers star has embraced the often harsh spotlight of celebrity to further his career and personal goals. But he said it can be "challenging at times."

New York Times Sports
Feb 04, 2023

Will Anyone Watch Pickleball on Television?
Pickleball had no problem attracting millions of amateur players. Now, as the sport looks to grow at the professional level, it must convince spectators that the game is as fun to watch as it is to play.

New York Times Sports
Feb 04, 2023

Amateurs Flocked to Pickleball. But Will They Watch the Pros?
Pickleball had no problem attracting millions of amateur players. Now, as the sport looks to grow at the professional level, it must convince spectators that the game is as fun to watch as it is to play.

New York Times Sports
Feb 04, 2023

If the Ironman World Championship Doesn't Happen in Kona, Did It Even Happen?
The iconic one-day world championship event has outgrown the small town on the island of Hawaii. But will triathletes follow the race outside of Kona?

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Kyrie Irving Asks the Nets to Trade Him
The Nets guard, who will be a free agent this summer, wants out of Brooklyn just months after he caused an uproar by linking to an antisemitic film on social media.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Ukraine Renews Threat to Boycott Olympics if Russians Compete
Ukraine's sports minister said his country was marshaling allies to press the International Olympic Committee to bar Russian and Belarusian athletes.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

The Danger Lurking Behind the Premier League's Wealth
Teams that can't match England's spending now face a choice: Accept that they can no longer compete for the best talent, or risk everything to try.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Ford Partners With Red Bull in Return to Formula One
The automaker and the drinks manufacturer are joining forces on a high-powered team in the world's most popular racing series.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Serrano-Cruz Preview: Serrano Seeks Undisputed Featherweight Championship
Serrano, a world champion in seven weight classes, lost to her biggest rival last spring. Now, she's sparring with men to get back to the level she demands of herself.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Court Dismisses Guilty Plea by Australian Tennis Star Nick Kyrgios in Assault Case
The guilty plea and dismissal stemmed from a confrontation Mr. Kyrgios had with his partner in 2021 when she tried to prevent him from leaving in a ride-hailing car.

New York Times Sports
Feb 03, 2023

Las claves del caso Gavi y su registro en LaLiga española
Mientras los rivales de uno de los clubes más conocidos del fútbol buscaban jugadores al cierre del mercado de fichajes, el Barcelona encontró una nueva forma de eludir las normas financieras de la liga: un juzgado.

New York Times Sports
Feb 02, 2023

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Was the ‘Best Weapon in Basketball'
Everyone knew he was close to surpassing Wilt Chamberlain's career scoring record in 1984. Opponents still couldn't stop him.

New York Times Sports
Feb 02, 2023

How Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Replace Tom Brady?
Brady claims he is done for good, but it is unclear what that will mean for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Fox broadcast booth and other interested parties.

New York Times Sports
Feb 02, 2023

Is Chelsea Setting the Market, or Breaking It?
The Premier League club's American owners have splashed roughly $750 million on new players since last year. Puzzled rivals can't see a strategy behind the spending.

New York Times Sports
Feb 02, 2023

Chelsea's Spending in Transfer Window Puzzles Its Rivals
The Premier League club's American owners have splashed roughly $750 million on new players since last year. Puzzled rivals can't see a strategy behind the spending.

New York Times Sports
Feb 02, 2023

Power to Punish LIV Golfers Faces a Legal Test in Europe
An arbitration panel will meet next week to weigh whether the European Tour may penalize the men who played on the Saudi-backed circuit.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

John Adams, Who Banged His Drum Loudly in Cleveland, Dies at 71
He pounded away from the bleachers to cheer on the Indians (now the Guardians) and inspire his fellow baseball fans at more than 3,700 home games.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Bobby Beathard, Mastermind of N.F.L. Dynasties, Dies at 86
Using unconventional tactics, he built powerhouse teams in Washington and Miami and helped mold teams in Kansas City, Atlanta and San Diego, his hometown.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Tom Brady's Last Season Didn't Go as Planned. Was It Worth It?
He thrilled his fans by announcing that he would come out of retirement to play one more season in 2022, but things soon went sour, on and off the field.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Tom Brady's Retirement Is the Best Thing for Football
Give Brady his due but let Patrick Mahomes and all of the other young, exciting quarterbacks take it from here.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Eagles' Josh Sills Indicted on Rape and Kidnapping Charges
Joshua Sills, 25, was indicted in Ohio in the rape of a woman in December 2019, prosecutors announced on Wednesday.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Breanna Stewart Will Sign With Liberty, Joining Fellow M.V.P. Jonquel Jones
Stewart, a two-time W.N.B.A. and four-time N.C.A.A. champion, has been outspoken about player travel leading up to the free-agent signing period.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Tom Brady: His Career, Gisele Bündchen and Answers to More Questions
All about Super Bowls, crypto, deflated footballs and Gisele Bündchen. And 23 seasons piling up the stats.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Tom Brady Announces His Retirement, for Good This Time
Brady, whose career spanned 23 seasons and seven Super Bowl wins, announced his retirement in a social media post.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

LeBron James Closes In on Scoring Record With Triple-Double
A triple-double in an overtime win emphasized that James, who is on the verge of passing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's career points total, is nowhere near done.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Saudi Sponsorship Catches Women's World Cup Hosts by Surprise
Officials from Australia and New Zealand were blindsided by reports that FIFA would make Saudi Arabia's tourism authority a partner for the tournament.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Tom Brady Says He's Retiring, for Good This Time
Brady, whose career spanned 23 seasons and seven Super Bowl wins, announced his retirement in a social media post.

New York Times Sports
Feb 01, 2023

Coach Who Posed as a High School Player in Virginia Causes Season's Forfeit
The Portsmouth Public Schools received a report last week that an assistant coach had played in a girls' junior varsity basketball game on Jan. 21. The team decided not to go forward with the season.

New York Times Sports
Jan 31, 2023

Investigation Into Alexander Zverev Finds Insufficient Evidence for Abuse Claims
The ATP Tour won't discipline Zverev after a 15-month investigation into allegations made by his former girlfriend.

New York Times Sports
Jan 31, 2023

Best Conference in Men's College Basketball? The Big 12.
The conference is thriving on its depth: Eight or nine teams in the 10-team Big 12 are playing at a high level.

New York Times Sports
Jan 31, 2023

The Queen of Everest Trains While Working at Whole Foods
Lhakpa Sherpa has climbed Mount Everest 10 times, the most ascents ever by a woman. She has no plans of slowing down.

New York Times Sports
Jan 31, 2023

La Liga Must Register Barcelona's Gavi, Spanish Court Rules
As rivals haggled over prices on the final day of the transfer window, Barcelona found a new way around the Spanish league's financial rules.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Bobby Hull's Golden Hockey Career Diminished by His Troubling Dark Side
Once a star player in Chicago who changed goal scoring and how players were paid, Hull, who died Monday at 84, will rightly be remembered more for his misdeeds.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

The Empire State Building Lit Up in Eagles Green. Giants Fans Weren't Thrilled.
One week after Philadelphia knocked New York out of the playoffs, the building paid tribute to the Giants' rivals as they advanced to the Super Bowl. Many were in no mood to see it.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Excitement for the Eagles With a Side of Impending Doom: It's a Philly Thing
Philadelphia fans are hoping the city's inglorious sporting history won't haunt them when the Eagles meet Kansas City in the Super Bowl.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Bobby Hull, Hockey Hall of Famer, Is Dead at 84
The third player in N.H.L. history to score at least 50 goals in a season, he spent 15 seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Trump Courses Will Host LIV Golf Tournaments in 2023
As the league announced more details of a 14-stop second season, former President Donald J. Trump's courses remained central to the schedule, deepening his ties to Riyadh.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Super Bowl Betting Line Flips from Kansas City to Philadelphia
After Kansas City and its injured stars were installed as a slim favorite, the early money poured in on Philadelphia.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

2023 Super Bowl Odds: Line Flips from Kansas City to Philadelphia
After Kansas City and its injured stars were installed as a slim favorite, the early money poured in on Philadelphia.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

What Makes Damian Lillard Great? His Loyalty to Portland.
The Trail Blazers point guard has prized loyalty over easier paths to winning. And that's what makes him great.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

A.F.C. Championship: Kansas City Beats Cincinnati, 23-20, With Late Field Goal
After a defensive stop, a solid punt return and an untimely Bengals penalty, Harrison Butker made a kick with 3 seconds left to send Kansas City to the Super Bowl for the third time in four seasons.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

A Too-Early Look at the Super Bowl Matchup
The first Super Bowl with two Black quarterbacks. The first set of brothers to vie for a title. The Andy Reid Bowl. A championship game between Kansas City and Philadelphia will be noteworthy.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

What to Expect From Philadelphia and Kansas City in Super Bowl LVII
The first Super Bowl with two Black quarterbacks. The first set of brothers to vie for a title. The Andy Reid Bowl. A championship game between Kansas City and Philadelphia will be noteworthy.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

Damian Lillard Has Stuck With Portland for 11 Years. What Kind of Star Does That?
The Trail Blazers point guard has prized loyalty over easier paths to winning. And that's what makes him great.

New York Times Sports
Jan 30, 2023

What We Learned from the N.F.L.'s Conference Championship Games
The Eagles did not need to be flashy to beat the 49ers, and Patrick Mahomes knew when to pick his spots while playing on an injured ankle against Cincinnati.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

How Patrick Mahomes Led Kansas City Back to the Super Bowl
Cincinnati had beaten Kansas City the previous three matchups, all in comebacks. Mahomes made sure it wouldn't happen again.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

A.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Kansas City Beats Cincinnati, 23-20, With Late Field Goal
After a defensive stop, solid punt return and an untimely Bengals penalty, Harrison Butker made a kick with 3 seconds left to send Kansas City to the Super Bowl for the third time in four seasons.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

A.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Cincinnati and Kansas City Are Tied, 13-13, in the 3rd Quarter
The Bengals closed the second quarter with a field goal and then scored on their first possession of the third. Joe Burrow threw a 27-yard pass to Tee Higgins for Cincinnati's first touchdown.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

N.F.C. Championship: Eagles Beat 49ers, 31-7, to Claim Spot in the Super Bowl
Quarterbacks injuries and penalties stalled the 49ers and the Eagles rushed their way to a Super Bowl berth.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Eagles Return to Super Bowl as 49ers Break Down
Five years after winning it all, Philadelphia beat San Francisco, 31-7, to claim the N.F.C. championship.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

A.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Bengals Visit Kansas City for a Rematch
Patrick Mahomes will try to fend off Cincinnati, which has won three straight matchups with Kansas City, including last year's A.F.C. title game.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

N.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Eagles Beat 49ers, 31-7, to Claim Spot in the Super Bowl
Injuries to their quarterbacks, penalties and turnovers afflicted the 49ers, while the Eagles rushed for four touchdowns. Philadelphia returns to the Super Bowl five seasons after winning it all.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

N.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Eagles Lead 49ers, 21-7, at Halftime
Philadelphia scored twice within the last two minutes of the second quarter, first on Miles Sanders's second rushing touchdown of the day and then a 10-yard run by Boston Scott after a fumble recovery.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

N.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Top-Seeded Eagles Host the 49ers
The rookie quarterback Brock Purdy leads the San Francisco 49ers into Philadelphia to face a balanced Eagles team with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Novak Djokovic Comes Full Circle at the Australian Open
Deported a year ago and unable to play in 2022's first Grand Slam tournament, Djokovic deeply felt this major title, his 22nd, calling it "a huge relief."

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

N.F.C. Championship Live Updates: Top-Seeded Eagles Will Host the 49ers
The rookie quarterback Brock Purdy leads the San Francisco 49ers into Philadelphia to face a balanced Eagles team with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

LeBron James Is Reminded in Boston That a Career Is Not All Glory
James drew closer to the N.B.A. career scoring record ahead of games in New York, but the Celtics proved again why they have been one of his great adversaries over the past 20 years.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Novak Djokovic Captures His 10th Australian Open Men's Singles Title
After missing last year's tournament when he was deported for being unvaccinated for Covid-19, the Serbian star beat Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece in straight sets to win his 22nd Grand Slam title.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Hamlin's Injury Highlights Precarious Position of Many Young N.F.L. Players
The injury to Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills, who collapsed on the field in cardiac arrest, has drawn attention to players who have been hurt early in their careers and now struggle to get help.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Eagles vs. 49ers: What to Watch For
Philadelphia and San Francisco, two of the league's best teams, have depth in several pivotal positions, making for a potentially close game.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

Eagles vs. 49ers: What to Watch For in Today's Game
Philadelphia and San Francisco, two of the league's best teams, have depth in several pivotal positions, making for a potentially close game.

New York Times Sports
Jan 29, 2023

What to Watch For in the A.F.C. Championship Game
A blossoming rivalry between Kansas City and Cincinnati could add some spice on and off the field.

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