This year’s list of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame candidates is strong. Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett lead the group of potential inductees. The class will be announced on Saturday (noon ET, ESPN), a day that would have been the start of the Final Four in Atlanta.Read More →

Apr 1, 2020 NFL NationESPN With 2020 NFL free agency winding down, we are looking back on what went down and looking forward to what’s ahead. Maybe you heard some big-name quarterbacks like Tom Brady (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) and Teddy Bridgewater (Carolina Panthers) changed teams. Those weren’t the only hugeRead More →

WrestleMania week has arrived, and though it’s a far different week than any other in WWE history, the company’s biggest show of the year will go on Saturday and Sunday night. It remains to be seen if any of this year’s matches will join the pantheon of the biggest WrestleManiaRead More →

Mar 31, 2020 Mike ClayESPN Writer CloseFantasy football, NFL analyst for ESPN.com Member of Pro Football Writers of America Founding director of Pro Football Focus Fantasy 2013 FSTA award winner for most accurate preseason rankings If you’re not already aware, I’m the guy who does the fantasy football player projectionsRead More →

Mar 31, 2020 AJ Mass CloseESPN Staff WriterFantasy football, baseball and college basketball contributor. Author of book, “Yes, It’s Hot in Here.” DJ Gallo CloseESPN.comFounder of SportsPickle.com Has written for Comedy Central and The Onion With sports now on hiatus for an indefinite time, a lot of fans have beenRead More →

When the PGA Tour suspended activities because of the coronavirus, it halted what is affectionately known as golf’s traveling circus. Approximately 12 near-semi-sized trucks operated by equipment manufacturers drive from tournament to tournament throughout the season — building, adjusting and maintaining the equipment for the tour players. That caravan isRead More →

PITTSBURGH — Steven Brault is waiting in the wings as a trio of Broadway veterans belt out the final notes of “Being Alive,” from Stephen Sondheim’s Company. He has spent the last hour in his dressing room deep inside Heinz Hall, smacking his lips together in high-pitched trills and stickingRead More →