Donald Sterling files a new lawsuit
Donald Sterling filed on Tuesday afternoon a suit in Superior Court seeking damages from the NBA, commissioner Adam Silver, his wife Shelly Sterling and the Clippers.
CEO: If Sterling stays, Doc likely goes
The interim CEO of the Clippers testified in state court Tuesday that coach and team president Doc Rivers has told him on multiple occasions that he doesn't think he wants to continue as coach if Donald Sterling remains owner of the team.
Isaiah Austin: NBA job offer on table
With a job offer from Adam Silver, the NBA will take its affiliation with Isaiah Austin further than the ceremonial pick extended in the past month's draft if all goes according to plan.
Chase Headley plays hero in 14th inning of first game with Yankees
Chase Headley came through with a storybook swing at the stroke of midnight in his Yankees debut, hitting a game-winning single in the 14th inning to give New York a 2-1 victory over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.
Robert Newhouse dies at 64
Robert Newhouse, responsible for one of the most iconic plays in Dallas Cowboys history, died Tuesday after a long illness.
Maya Moore has Lynx-record 48 points in 2OT win
Maya Moore scored a franchise-record 48 points, the second most in WNBA history, to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Atlanta Dream 112-108 in double-overtime on Tuesday night.
Dungy: Sam deserves NFL chance
Tony Dungy sought to clarify remarks he made regarding Michael Sam, saying the openly gay linebacker who was drafted by the Rams "absolutely" deserves a chance to play in the NFL.
Giants blasted for David Tyree hire
The Human Rights Campaign blasted the New York Giants' hiring of David Tyree in a statement Tuesday. Tyree, who was hired as the team's director of player development, has made headlines in the past for his anti-gay views.
LeBron James sends sweet apology
LeBron James wants to make sure he's in the good graces of his neighbors now that he's back in Ohio.
Bratton orders review of NYPD training after death of Eric Garner
Police Commissioner William Bratton says there will be a 'top to bottom' review of the NYPD's training procedures after the death of Eric Garner, the man who was held in an apparent chokehold and died as police attempted to arrest him last week.