Category Archives: Sports

Champions League: Paris Saint-Germain stuns Barcelona with few players; Dortmund passes Madrid

Kylian Mbappe’s second-half penalty secured Paris Saint-Germain’s place in the Champions League semi-finals. (Reuters/Juan Medina) Barcelona had full control of the Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday. Then a red card in the first half changed everything. PSG rallied from a 1-0 hole and a 4-2 aggregate deficit with four unanswered goals against… Read More »

2024 NFL Draft: The best fantasy football landing spots for Brock Bowers

If you remember anything about Sam LaPorta’s 2023 season, let it be the fact that I mentioned it in full. If you remember anything else, let’s hope it’s the historic rarity of his freshman performance. Last season, LaPorta became only the second rookie tight end of all time to finish with at least 80 receptions… Read More »

The Cheap Seats: How do you fix your fantasy baseball pitching staff?

Many fantasy baseball managers who drafted Jose Leclerc are in a state of regret. (Photo by Cooper Neill/MLB Photos via Getty Images) I’ve worn many different hats in my time at Yahoo and we’ve produced different types of content. Articles and blogs, podcasts and digital shows, live chats – I think it’s time we try… Read More »

The Scorecard: 10 Fantasy Baseball Hits You Need to Learn Over Two Weeks

Few fantasy analysts can take the heat — and deliver it — like Dalton Del Don. He brings his fantastic fantasy baseball footage here every week, to help you keep the fire burning in your leagues. • Anthony Volpe hit just .209 as a 22-year-old rookie, but he also went 20/20. He’s off to an… Read More »

Big Jeff Hoffman makes a game-saving tag, Pache’s preparation pays off with a walk-off win

Big Jeff Hoffman makes a game-saving tag, Pache’s preparation pays off and the walk-off win originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia Jeff Hoffman has the build of a linebacker and a pitcher, and that mattered Monday night. With two outs and runners on the corners in the top of the ninth inning of a tied… Read More »

The Caitlin Clark Effect: The No. 1 overall pick is ready to help the Fever reach new heights

NEW YORK — Caitlin Clark is used to dropping 30 pieces and breaking scoring records. Her own point total isn’t what makes her excited about officially joining the Indiana Fever as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft. They’re the ones that come from Aliyah Boston, the Fever’s 2023 No. 1 overall… Read More »

Why Steph’s Warriors’ burden is heavier than ever at 36

Why Steph’s Warriors’ Burden, at 36, Is Heavier Than Ever originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area SAN FRANCISCO – The Warriors don’t want to be in this line with the regular folks of the NBA, who stand behind the velvet rope watching the league’s spark plug teams get waved through the VIP entrance. It’s… Read More »

Cooper Flagg, AJ Dybantsa and Nolan Traore are among the highlights at the Nike Hoop Summit

PORTLAND, Ore. – There is a wave of talent poised to reach the NBA in the coming years. And NBA fans got a glimpse of it Saturday night at the Nike Hoop Summit, where 24 of the top prospects competed in a matchup that pitted America’s top high school talent against top international talent. Team… Read More »

Pistons looking for president of basketball operations after worst season in franchise history

General manager Troy Weaver (left) and team owner Tom Gores haven’t had much to smile about with the Pistons. Detroit was 54-192 over the past three seasons. (Nic Antaya/Getty Images) After the worst season in franchise history, the Detroit Pistons need to make some changes. A move for general manager Troy Weaver or even head… Read More »