New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis suffered a season-ending injury on Feb. 6, as the team confirms he tore the ACL in his left knee.
Over 1,000 Winter Olympic security guards are in isolation while they undergo testing for the Norovirus. Thirty cases have been confirmed so far.
The Eagles beat the Patriots by a score of 41-33 on Feb. 4 in Super Bowl LII, sending tens of thousands of fans into the streets of Philadelphia to celebrate the team’s first Super Bowl title.
Among the security measures helping to protect Olympic venues ahead of the 2018 Winter Games are so-called drone catching drones that can ensnare any unauthorized drones that enter Olympic airspace.
On Jan. 31, Portland Trail Blazers star CJ McCollum scored a career-high 50 points in a 124-108 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Dozens of Russian athletes, who received a lifetime Olympic ban for allegedly doping, have won their appeal to overturn the ban.
An official with the Russian Agriculture Ministry has warned that locusts may try to destroy the football pitches used for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which will be played in 12 stadiums this June and July.
On Jan. 29, the Cleveland Indians after discussion with MLB commissioner Rob Manfred will remove their Chief Wahoo logo from on-field uniforms and hats in the 2019 MLB season.
Nineteen-year-old Oliver Crane completed his 3,000-mile journey, from the Canary Islands to the Carribean, on Jan. 28; breaking a world record in the process.
On Jan. 29, the Los Angeles Clippers traded Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons; Griffin, a five-time All-Star, had played over 500 games for the Clippers since the team selected him first overall in the 2009 NBA Draft.