According to a leak from the PlayStation store in Germany, the long-awaited remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will drop Tuesday, March 31. Released in 2009, the title received much acclaim from game critics and fans. A datamine into Season 3 of Modern Warfare revealed that theRead More →

Georgetown sophomore Mac McClung is entering the 2020 NBA draft, he announced on social media Sunday. “I have declared for the 2020 NBA Draft while also maintaining eligibility,” McClung told ESPN in a text message. “I have submitted my form to the Undergraduate Advisory Committee, and sent in paperwork toRead More →

Seventeen-year-old Giovanni Reyna has appeared in each of Borussia Dortmund’s past 11 matches, one short of the number Christian Pulisic achieved with the club in his age-16 season in Dortmund. And compatriot and fellow Bundesliga standout Tyler Adams views Reyna as being as gifted as Pulisic among the U.S.’s mostRead More →

Former New York Knicks guard Stephon Marbury is trying to arrange a deal that would deliver 10 million N95 masks to New York City, but he has run into issues coordinating a deal between a Chinese company and the coronavirus-struck city. Marbury told the New York Post that he arrangedRead More →

On March 19, ESPN launched SportsCenter Special: College Basketball’s Greatest of All Time, a 64-player bracket celebrating the best men’s and women’s players ever. ESPN writers and commentators will provide daily roundtables and predictions as the bracket advances through March 31. Here, writers John Gasaway, Myron Medcalf and Joe LunardiRead More →

With major U.S. sports either canceling or postponing their seasons, the sports betting world is essentially on hold. Future wagers that may have been winners — or at least had a shot at a good hedge — may be refunded. Other futures in college basketball and the XFL, for example,Read More →

TOKYO — Tokyo Olympic organizers seem to be leaning away from starting the rescheduled games in the spring of 2021. More and more the signs point toward the summer of 2021. Organizing committee president Yoshiro Mori suggested there would be no major change from 2020. “The games are meant toRead More →

Two-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka says she is disappointed that the Olympics in her native Japan were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but she supports the decision to delay the Summer Games to 2021. In a posting Saturday on social media, she said she’s “been thinking about howRead More →

9:30 AM ET Marly RiveraESPN Writer CloseMarly Rivera is a writer for and Dealing with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic is not only changing the fabric of Major League Baseball, but it’s also redefining the role of major league managers. This global public health crisis has ledRead More →