Bauer sexual assault accuser indicted for fraud

An Arizona woman who accused Trevor Bauer of sexual assault was indicted by a grand jury last month on felony charges of fraudulent schemes and theft by extortion.

WNBA draft draws 2.45M viewers, crushing record

The Caitlin Clark experience delivered another television milestone as ESPN's coverage of the WNBA draft on Monday night averaged a record 2.45 million viewers. The previous draft record was 601,000 in 2004, when UConn's Diana Taurasi went No. 1 overall.

Sources: Kawhi to get last Team USA roster spot

Clippers forward Kawhi Leonard will get the 12th and final roster spot on Team USA for the 2024 Olympics, sources told ESPN.

Braves lose All-Star Albies with fractured big toe

Braves second baseman Ozzie Albies suffered a fractured big toe when he was hit by a pitch on Monday, has been placed on the 10-day injured list.

Erskine, last of Dodgers' 'Boys of Summer,' dies

Carl Erskine, who made the move from Brooklyn to Los Angeles with the Dodgers, died Tuesday at his home in Anderson, Indiana. He was 97.

Slam done: Former Clippers star Griffin retires

Former Clippers No. 1 overall pick Blake Griffin announced his retirement from the NBA on Tuesday. Griffin won Rookie of the Year and the Slam Dunk Contest and was one of the faces of the Lob City era of the team.

HOF skipper Herzog, known for 'Whiteyball', dies

Hall of Fame manager Whitey Herzog, who led the Cardinals to a World Series title in 1982, has died at age 92.

Court overturns West Virginia trans sports ban

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned a West Virginia law banning transgender girls from playing on girls' sports teams.

Rory McIlroy dismisses report of $850M offer by LIV Golf

McIlroy: "I will play on the PGA Tour for the rest of my career."