Don't count the LeBron James and the Miami Heat out just yet. After an abysmal performance in Game 1, the Heat bounced back to win Wednesday night's game, tying the Eastern Conference finals at 1-1. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 19 9:24 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Dirk Nowitzki shined bright Tuesday night. He made every free throw he attempted and knocked in 48 points, leading the Dallas Mavericks to a 1-0 Western Conference final series lead. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 18 9:35 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The NBA hoops were silent, and there were no NHL pucks dropped Monday, as both sports had a night off. Luckily, the rest of the sports world was still active, including another court decision in the NFL lockout saga. Here's what else you missed.
May 17 8:03 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
After the joining of the Big Three, anything short of an NBA title likely will be a disappoint for Heat fans. But Miami finds itself in a 1-0 Eastern final hole after getting shellacked by the Bulls on Sunday. Here's what else you missed this weekend.
May 16 7:51 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The top-seeded Chicago closed out the Atlanta Hawks in six games to advance to the Eastern Conference finals. And Tiger's hurting. Again. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 13 9:57 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Love 'em or hate 'em, the Heat are in the Eastern Conference finals after eliminating the Celtics on Wednesday. In the other NBA playoff game, the Thunder grabbed a 3-2 series lead over the Grizzlies. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 12 9:23 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Derrick Rose showed Tuesday why he's this year's NBA MVP, leading the Chicago Bulls to victory over the Atlanta Hawks. The Bulls are now one win away from securing a spot in the Eastern Conference finals. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 12 7:11 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
A bonanza ensued Monday in the NBA. It was wild watching the Celtics-Heat go into overtime. That is until the Grizzlies and Thunder required three overtimes to seal their game. See who came out victorious, and check out what else you missed last night.
May 10 8:21 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
A joint effort between the USO and USOC, the Wounded Warrior Games invite 200 active duty and retired injured military members to participate in a six-day, Olympic-style competition with goals far greater than gold medals.
May 10 | By Whitney Holtzman
It was a wild weekend. The two-time defending NBA champs were swept out of the playoffs, another no-hitter was thrown in baseball, and the winning Kentucky Derby jockey wouldn't have raced if it weren't for a broken nose. Here's what else you missed.
May 9 11:36 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
This week has been filled with both NBA and NHL postseason games, but Thursday was a slow night. Between the two sports, there was only one game. The Canucks beat the Predators to take a 3-1 series lead. Here's what else you missed.
May 6 11:44 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
We've all had a good laugh at fans who make it onto the JumboTron, using their 15 seconds of fame in ways that are, to put it gently, cringe-worthy. Lucky for you, we've got your back to make sure you'll never become one of them.
May 6 | By Whitney Holtzman
The two-time defending champion Lakers are in serious trouble after a second straight loss to the Mavericks. Over in the NHL, the Lightning completed a shocking sweep of the top-seeded Capitals. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 5 9:05 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Tuesday turned into one heck of a sports night. Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano threw the first no-hitter of the season, the Heat took a 2-0 series lead over the Celtics and the top-seeded Capitals fell into a 3-0 series hole. Here's what else you missed.
May 4 7:59 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Both NBA playoff games ended in upsets Monday night. The Lakers' Kobe Bryant missed a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer, while the top-seeded Bulls were stunned on their home court by the Hawks. Here's what else you missed last night.
May 3 12:29 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The Miami Heat took the lead, the eighth-seeded Memphis Grizzlies made history and the Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers in a score that looked more like a football game. (Sort of.) Here's what else happened in sports this weekend.
May 2 8:21 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
For the first time in a while it looked like business as usual in the NFL as the draft began Thursday night. No surprise -- Cam Newton went first overall to the Carolina Panthers. Check out what else you missed last night.
Apr 29 12:38 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The Spurs avoided elimination thanks to a 3-point shot by Gary Neal, the Heat advanced after closing out the 76ers and over in the NFL, Judge Susan Richard Nelson denied the league's request for a stay. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 28 9:32 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Despite sprained ankles and being questionable prior to tipoff, both Derrick Rose and Kobe Bryant led their teams to victory. The Bulls move on to the next playoff round; the Lakers need one more win to advance. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 27 12:43 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The Spurs fell to the Grizzlies on Monday leaving Memphis one win away from sending the West's top seed home early. In the NHL, the Sharks advanced to the second round of the playoffs after closing out the Kings. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 26 8:13 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
It was judgment weekend in both the NBA and NHL. See who is still alive, who's headed home and check out what else you missed this weekend.
Apr 25 3:15 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
The Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat grabbed 3-0 series leads Thursday and are both one game away from advancing to the second round of the playoffs. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 22 7:23 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Lamar Odom earned his Sixth Man of the Year Award on Wednesday night, putting up a dominant performance off the bench to lead the Lakers to a win over the New Orleans Hornets. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 21 9:29 AM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Carmelo Anthony had 42 points Tuesday and the Knicks still couldn't pull out a win. Instead, Kevin Garnett hit the go-ahead shot to give the Celtics a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 20 12:11 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman
Both Chicago and Miami own 2-0 leads in their NBA playoff series after capturing victories Monday night. Here's what else you missed last night.
Apr 20 12:06 PM ET | By Whitney Holtzman