The Miami Heat had a stranglehold on the Eastern Conference Finals, holding a 3-0 series lead over the Boston Celtics three days ago. In the history of the NBA, no team has ever come back from an 0-3 deficit to win a playoff series, with teams going 0-150 when faced
Heat's Erik Spoelstra on team being underdog while up 3-1: 'We don't give a s—'
The Miami Heat own a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Boston Celitcs, but with Game 5 set to tip off on Thursday night, they are the clear underdog, according to sportsbooks. Fox Bet has odds for Miami’s moneyline at +220, which means a $100 bet would
Nebraska high school sports star, 18, dead after collapsing at track practice: 'We miss you already'
A Nebraska high school sports star has died after he collapsed during track practice on Friday. Hunter Palmer, 18, was a student at Wisner-Pilger High School in Wisner. He played basketball and was an all-district running back committed to Midland University in Nebraska, which plays in the National Association of
On James Corden's final show: 'We are all more the same than we are different'
James Corden hosts at the 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 28, 2018, in New York. Corden bid farewell Thursday, April 27, 2023, to his late-night CBS talk show The Late Late Show with James Corden after eight seasons. Matt Sayles/Matt Sayles/Invision/AP hide caption toggle caption
'We Are A Haunting' is a stunningly original, beautiful novel of devotion
In the prologue to Tyriek White’s debut novel, We Are a Haunting, Colly speaks to his mother, Key, who died unexpectedly, leaving him in a constant state of grief and rootlessness. “You were just gone one morning,” he says. “And I know it sounds like I blame you but I
Patrick Cantlay addresses Masters' pace of play criticism: 'We waited all day on pretty much every shot'
Eight-time PGA Tour winner Patrick Cantlay seemed unbothered by the criticism that followed his pace at the Masters over the weekend, saying Tuesday that he was also held up by the group playing ahead of him and Viktor Hovland. Brooks Koepka, who finished second at Augusta National on Sunday, seemingly
NASCAR star Kyle Larson ahead of Bristol race: 'We don’t need to be racing on dirt'
Kyle Larson will be on the pole when the green flag drops at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday night for the Food City Dirt Race, but it doesn’t mean he’s ecstatic about participating in the event. NASCAR went to a dirt surface beginning with the 2021 race. Joey Logano won
'We Were Once a Family' exposes ills of U.S. child welfare system
Farrar, Straus and Giroux Farrar, Straus and Giroux The saga of the Hart family murder-suicide slammed the zeitgeist in 2018 with its brutal combination of cruelty, violence and social media narcissism. In late March of 2018, Jennifer Hart and her wife Sarah drove their family off a cliff.
Former MMA fighter claims LeBron James, Tiger Woods are on steroids: 'We have the same drug guy'
Before his foot injury, LeBron James was still dominating the NBA in his 20th season in the league at age 38. Former MMA fighter Chael Sonnen has a theory why, claiming James takes performance-enhancing drugs. LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers reacts against the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines
'We Should Not Be Friends' offers a rare view of male friendship
Literary editor Will Schwalbe is best known for The End of Your Life Book Club, in which he wrote about reading and discussing with his dying mother some of the books that had the greatest impact on their lives. In We Should Not Be Friends, he turns his attention to