BARCELONA, Spain -- Senior-to-be Brandon Fields and sophomore-to-be Luke Babbitt each scored 20 points as the Wolf Pack opened up its five-game tour of Europe with a thrilling, 82-81 come-from-behind win over Regal FC Barcelona’s Under 20 team on Monday night.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Last-minute lineup addition Travis Ishikawa had a three-run homer among his career-high four hits, Jonathan Sanchez won for the first time in more than a month and the San Francisco Giants beat the Atlanta Braves 8-2 on Monday.
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Former NBA star Jayson Williams was arrested early Monday after authorities say he punched someone in the face outside a Raleigh nightclub, the latest legal tribulation for the All-Star who has spent years in the courtroom since an injury ended his basketball career.
DUBLIN (AP) - Militant Protestant supporters of a Scottish soccer team beat to death a Roman Catholic man in the latest sign of how sports rivalries inspire sectarian bloodshed in Northern Ireland, police and politicians said Monday.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed an agreement with an investment group from China to become minority owners of the NBA franchise and its arena, a partnership that could impact superstar LeBron James' future with the team.
MIAMI (AP) - Former major leaguer Jim Leyritz says he has sold off memorabilia because he's broke, halted charity work because he's become a social pariah and scattered case files throughout his house, intent on defeating a DUI manslaughter charge.
VIRGINIA WATER, England (AP) - John Daly wore bright pink trousers during Sunday's final round of the BMW PGA Championship in a gesture of support for Phil Mickelson's wife after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Jordan Ribera hit a two-run homer in the first game of the day and followed it up with another in the championship as Fresno State defeated New Mexico State 9-7 in game one and 5- 3 in the final to claim its fourth-straight WAC Tournament baseball title.
Dwight Howard scored 24 points - 14 on free throws - and Rafer
Alston added 18 as the Orlando Magic, sick of seeing replays of
James' dramatic Game 2 buzzer-beater, downed the Cleveland
Cavaliers 99-89 on Sunday night to take a 2-1 lead in an Eastern
Conference finals getting nastier by the minute.