INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — LeBron James says he may have to change his mindset and be more aggressive in Game 2 against the Chicago Bulls.
With Cleveland missing starters Kevin Love and J.R. Smith, the Cavs dropped Game 1 on Monday night. James scored 19 points and added 15 rebounds and nine assists, but he often deferred to others instead of driving to the basket and that may have to change if the Cavs intend to even the series on Wednesday night.
Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan has rehired Isiah Thomas — this time to run the WNBA's New York Liberty.
Dolan's Knicks didn't win a single playoff game during Thomas' stint as team president from December 2003 to April 2008 despite regularly owning the NBA's highest payroll. Thomas also went 56-108 in two seasons as their coach before being fired.
He remained with the Knicks in an unspecified role, even after a lawsuit brought by former...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — La'el Collins' agent says his client is not meeting with NFL teams about his pro football future at this time.
Collins, who is represented by Deryk Gilmore, is an undrafted free agent because NFL teams decided against selecting the former All-Southeastern Conference offensive tackle from LSU in last week's draft.
Collins was widely projected as a first-round choice. While he has not been named as a suspect or a person of interest...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Rico Abreu, the reigning USAC national champion and winner of this year's Chili Bowl, is among the 12 drivers named to NASCAR's latest "Next" class.
The Next program is designed to spotlight NASCAR's emerging stars, and has included in its previous four classes 2014 Sprint Cup rookie of the year Kyle Larson and reigning Xfinity Series champion Chase Elliott.
Of the 28 drivers who have previously been part of the Next program,...
MONTREAL (AP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency has criticized a French documentary showing how the use of micro-doses of banned substances could boost performance while escaping biological passport rules.
The documentary aired by French TV network France 2 monitored eight athletes for a period of 29 days during which they were injected with micro-doses of EPO, human growth hormone and blood transfusions.
Their performance in a series of physical tests...