Oklahoma City Thunder Lose by an NBA-Record 73 Points

Bookmakers took a look at the Grizzlies-Thunder game in Memphis on Thursday night, weighed all the factors, and decided that the Grizzlies should be 9-point favorites. Yeah, I think they covered. The Grizzlies led by 15 after a quarter, 36 at the

Annie Frisbie's Marathon Debut: "It's Still Sinking In"

MINNEAPOLIS — There’s an adage among running coaches: Run your own race. Don’t focus on things you can’t control, including your competitors’ tactics. Last month Chris Lundstrom, the coach of Minnesota Distance Elite, watched as one of his athletes, Annie Frisbie, did

Michigan Rolls to a Playoff Spot With Big Ten Title

INDIANAPOLIS — The Michigan Wolverines needed an affirming victory after clearing their defining hurdle of the season with a commanding win over Ohio State. And late Saturday night, in a chilly Lucas Oil Stadium in front of the largest crowd in the

Training for a Double Dutch Competition

Training for Double Dutch at the Apollo James Thomas��Reporting from inside the ropes “We average about 380 jumps in two minutes,” Katherine Rocha, the assistant coach, told me. Today, they will compete against teams from around the world at the Apollo Theater

Rob Manfred and Tony Clark Discuss MLB Lockout

IRVING, Texas — On Thursday morning, many baseball fans woke up to find their favorite sport in a very different state. At 12:01 a.m. Eastern on Thursday, immediately after the collective bargaining agreement between the owners of Major League Baseball’s 30 clubs

With No Deadline Deal, M.L.B.’s Lockout Begins

M.L.B. has said it also wants to improve the competitive balance among teams but has proposed different ways to accomplish that than the union. Among its proposals, some of which have been rejected by the union: an N.B.A.-style lottery format for the

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