October 19, 2017 Sports of The Times By JULIET MACUR There were more names. Of course there were. In gymnastics and in so many other sports — swimming and judo and hockey and basketball — there are always more girls, more women, more names. This time, the brave athlete stepping forward was… Continue reading
By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN October 19, 2017 The Atlanta Falcons getting another crack at the New England Patriots trumps any other game this week. And while neither team has looked particularly sharp, with both seemingly suffering from a Super Bowl hangover, the game is of particular importance to the Falcons, a team that may be… Continue reading
Marc Bamuthi Joseph’s dance-theater show considers racism, colonialism and aging as refracted through the world’s most popular sport.
By VICTOR MATHER October 19, 2017 Jeremy Lin of the Brooklyn Nets is expected to miss the entire season after rupturing a tendon in his knee, the Nets announced Thursday. Lin, 29, landed hard after driving to the basket in the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s opener against the Pacers in Indianapolis. He reacted… Continue reading
Long’s checks will go to educational charities and scholarships.
Start Matt Ryan against the N.F.L.’s worst defense. Adrian Peterson is back on track, and worthy of a start this week.
The Australian uses stats to break down individual points and relay his message more effectively to the players.
A victory over the Dodgers in Game 4 avoided a sweep. Now comes Game 5, and Clayton Kershaw. But the Cubs, under Joe Maddon, have defied the odds before.
Injury problems and issues with teammates hurt her confidence, but she worked to turn around the negative experiences.
Seven of the eight singles players competing at the WTA Finals in Singapore have a mathematical chance to finish the season at No. 1.