- Bruins get Ducks' Kase for Backes, 1st-round pick
- Celtics' Walker has knee drained, gets injection
- Lucroy: Changed signs every pitch vs. Astros
- Big Papi: Fiers looks like 'snitch' for outing Astros
The Bruins land the two-way winger from Anaheim while unloading David Backes' contract. We grade both GMs on the swap.
Winger Ondrej Kase, who has rebounded from an injury-plagued 2018-19 season with seven goals and 16 assists, has been traded to the Bruins in exchange for David Backes, a first-round pick and a prospect.
Celtics guard Kemba Walker had his knee drained and received a Synvisc injection to help with swelling and soreness, though it is not expected to be a long-term issue.
Can JuJu regain his 2018 form? Is Dwayne Haskins a franchise QB? Will Hollywood Brown take the next step? NFL Nation reporters weigh in.
Back in 2017, the Boston Celtics secured the No.
We find logical new homes for Chris Kreider, Kyle Palmieri, Alexandar Georgiev and more, including what it would take to make the deals happen.
Nate Darling hit four 3-pointers and scored 17 points and Delaware romped past Northeastern 70-48 on Wednesday night to reach 20 wins for the eighth time in school history.
The Stars charge up the board, but the Lightning remain on top. Plus, we analyze the campaigns of the most intriguing U.S.-born player on each team.
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who played for three of the Astros' AL West rivals between 2016 and '19, says "everyone in baseball" knew they were stealing signs and that he changed his signs every single pitch.
Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz says A's pitcher Mike Fiers looks "like a snitch" for exposing the Astros sign-stealing scandal after the fact.
Bomani and three-time NBA Champion Bruce Bowen discuss NBA storylines for the second half of the season. Can Houston's small-ball work in the postseason (3:02)? Which team will rise to the top in the East? Are the Bucks balanced enough (9:55) or will the leaders on the Sixers step it up (15:38)? How about the Lakers and Clippers out West (30:05)? Were the Warriors smart to pick up Andrew Wiggins (44:37)? Plus, what it was like guarding Rasheed Wallace and Vince Carter (58:43).
Did you know Jack Del Rio is Washington's defensive coordinator? If not, don't fret. NFL Nation has you covered on the league's coaching moves.
After all the heat off the diamond, we've finally got action on it -- along with a look at a key issue each team will sort out on the field.
The Super Bowl champs have a big decision to make on their star defensive tackle. Let's predict what's in store for the AFC West.
The Celtics are hot, so how wide really is the gap between Boston and Milwaukee? Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon debate that (24:50) after discussing John Beilein's departure from Cleveland. Plus, the crew talks about some of the overachieving teams they're excited to watch down the final stretch of the regular season (37:20).
The NBA enters the home stretch after the All-Star Game. The Bucks boast the league's best record, and the Clippers are making moves to overtake the Lakers in the west. As the race to the playoffs begins, what's at stake for the rest of the year? Doris Burke breaks down some of the most intriguing storylines in basketball.
David Pastrnak scored the winner 1:14 into overtime to give the Boston Bruins to a 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.
Braxton Key and Kihei Clark scored 17 points each and Virginia gradually pulled away for its third consecutive victory, 78-65 against Boston College on Wednesday night.
E.J. Stephens scored a career-high 27 points and Lafayette held off Boston University's late rally for a 61-59 victory on Wednesday night.