Hold that panic button: Cavs' role players step up to help LeBron and tie series with Pacers
The Pacers once again rallied from a double-digit deficit, but this time around the Cavs made enough plays down the stretch to hold on and even the series at 2-2.
George Hill received four shots in between Games 3 and 4 to try to get ready to play. Here's what he had to say about being out: "It sucks. As a player you always want to be out there and play with your team. We tried to do everything possible, even after the game, getting treatment, trying to loosen it up, taking a shot and medicine in my butt. Even today taking a shot earlier today in my back, another shot in the afternoon to try to loosen things up, but it’s just not loosening up in a day or so. They think it’s best to sit out today, to not prolong it, maybe give it these next couple days some rest and things like that to get back on Wednesday. But as a competitor it sucks. I’ve always wanted to be out there with the guys, win or loss. If we’re winning, I want to be a part, if we’re losing I want to be a part of it. It’s just the competitor that I am. It’s stinging right now to not be able to go out there and fight with them."
Beal 'beyond mad' with calls, glad Wizards won
Wizards guard Bradley Beal said he managed to control his emotions after fouling out late in Sunday's win over Toronto that tied the series at two games apiece.
Spurs' victory historic for Ginobili; Parker, too
Manu Ginobili extended a benchmark he set this postseason, as the only player age 40 or older to score in double figures off the bench in the postseason. But his 132nd win with teammate Tony Parker was a first in NBA playoff history.
Aldridge, Ginobili lift Spurs to win to keep season alive
After three games of dreadful 3-point shooting, the Spurs started sinking shots, putting an end to a late Warriors run and staving off elimination.
Giannis' tip-in lifts Bucks over Celtics in Game 4
After losing a 20-point lead to the Boston Celtics, the Milwaukee Bucks were determined not to lose another playoff game and Giannis Antetokounmpo came up big.
The Bucks are counting on Giannis to take them to new heights
The Bucks want Giannis Antetokounmpo to be the centerpiece of their on-court and off-court strategies, but Kevin Durant knows from experience that might not work.
Salah worthy over De Bruyne for PFA prize?
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is the 2017-18 PFA Player of the Year over Man City's Kevin De Bruyne. ESPN FC's bloggers which player's case was strongest for the award.
Why the PFA Player of the Year award belongs to Salah.
Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno sing the praises of Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool star was named the PFA Player of the Year.
BALL OR NOTHIN' - Episode 2.
Nick and Freddie get real while "On the Clock". They talk Ben Simmons, and is he a rookie? Does Kendrick Lamar really need a Grammy? Wow, Queen B slayed last week what about LeBron? And, they discuss who had the best kicks of the week.
Australian victory at the London Marathon.
Paralympic silver medallist Madison de Rozario made a last dash sprint to claim first place in the women's wheelchair race at the 2018 London Marathon, finishing with a time of 1:42:58.
Sharapova gets behind the wheel with Mark Webber.
Three-time 2018 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix winner Maria Sharapova gets some driving tips from former Formula One driver Mark Webber.
How Chelsea need to improve for the FA Cup final.
Giroud the hero as Chelsea book FA Cup final spot
Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata took their chances against a wasteful Southampton side to book the Blues' spot in the FA Cup final.
Giroud, Morata prove their worth up front
Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata each scored, providing Chelsea with timely goals from the front in the FA Cup semifinal win over Southampton.
Wenger reception shows relationship with fans is broken
It should have been a celebration of Arsene Wenger's tenure, but it was just another Sunday morning in North London and it was weird.
Arsenal need late show as Wenger's long goodbye begins
Arsenal's 4-1 win over West Ham saw fans given their first chance to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger. But the club only kicked into gear late on.
WATCH: Wenger talks Emirates reception & life after Arsenal.
From LeBron James backing up Stephen Curry to Joel Embiid taunting victims on a weekly basis, if you weren't locked in to social media, you weren't getting the full story of the 2017-18 NBA season.
The buildup to the call that will change a player's life is brutal and agonizing. Here, players and execs share their stories of the draft day ritual.
Two years ago, the Philadelphia 76ers won 10 games. Now they're a 52-win 3-seed, with two possible future MVPs, each under the age of 24. This is the inside story of the talk therapy that helped make it all happen.
A generation ago, Boston was the hard-luck sports city and Washington was the successful one. Now, the shoes, spikes and skates are on the other foot.
How much is Bryce Harper's hot start worth? Which new ace is pitching toward a payday? We track the names to know in the loaded 2018-19 crop.
Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and Gary Sanchez hit 144 homers last year. But they also struck out 491 times. Play our game for a chance to burn -- or get burned by -- the Bronx Bombers' Big Three.
This NBA season has been marked by several notable, critical injuries. Here's a look at the most important ones to watch for each team in the postseason.
Free agency reset the quarterback market heading into the 2018 NFL draft. Which teams are still after the top guys in Round 1? Which will wait until Day 3? Which will sit out altogether?
In celebration of ESPN The Magazine's 20th anniversary, Peter Keating's crunched the numbers to find the most dominant athletes of our time.
Your task is simple: select 15 of the biggest, fastest, strongest and most skillful players in this year's competition to make up your team.
The latest news, exclusive opinion/analysis, the best sporting video, and a look ahead to what the big talking points will be.