Sports

Day is at least the third pro fighter to die from head injuries in the ring this year.
The world champion and Olympic champion gymnast just got real about "the facts."
The Lakers forward shared his thoughts on the Houston Rockets general manager's tweet in support of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong.
The fighter was in "extremely critical condition," his manager said.
The 15-year-old beat Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko 6-3 1-6 6-2 in a topsy-turvy contest.
"Whatever the outcome is, I just kind of let it happen," said the 22-year-old gymnast.
"The way he ran the last 1km had tears rolling down my cheeks. What a day for sports. What a day for mankind," one person tweeted.
The basketball league threw in the towel Friday after getting engulfed in a free speech controversy in China.
Lane Bridges' viral plea for his Texas youth squad to be "determinated" resulted in a big victory -- and a nod from Tom Brady.
USOPC will honor Tommie Smith and John Carlos months after giving probation to fencer Imboden and hammer thrower Gwen Berry, who protested at the Pan Am Games.
The former NFL quarterback has worked out "five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again," according to his agents.
"Basketball questions only," the official said when stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook were asked about free speech.
Twitter users mock the team's ex-MVP for signing with the Phillies, only to miss out on the postseason fun.
The wives of two British soccer stars are facing off in a tabloid newspaper drama.
The defensive tackle popped the question before his team's "Monday Night Football" game against the Cleveland Browns.
Daryl Morey quickly deleted a tweet which included an image captioned: “Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong.”
At the world gymnastics championships, Biles landed the double-double tuck dismount off the beam and the triple-double on the floor exercise.
The former NFL quarterback got pumped up in a visit to the maximum-security Alfred D. Hughes prison in Texas.
“This decision is in line with the Athletic Department’s mission,” a school statement said.
The NCAA opposed the Fair Pay to Play Act, which is set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2023.