On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Has Plenty of Patience. For Now.
James worked hard in his first game with the Lakers to communicate with his teammates and build the chemistry they’ll need in the unforgiving...
U.C.F. Keeps Winning — and Hoping for Respect
The College Football Playoff Committee snubbed the undefeated Knights last year. Central Florida still hasn’t lost. The next dynasty?
Q&A: Conquering Mt. Everest, Against All Odds
Blind since he was 13, the mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer has reached the highest peaks on all seven continents.
LeBron James Debuts as Laker but Loses to Trail Blazers
In a 128-119 loss, James makes thrilling dunks but it was not enough against a strong finish by Portland.
Broncos 45, Cardinals 10: Broncos End Losing Streak With Rout of Cardinals
Denver returned two interceptions for first-quarter touchdowns on the way to a resounding victory.
Red Sox Reach World Series With David Price’s Playoff Breakthrough
Price threw six shutout innings, winning his first postseason start in 12 attempt and sending Boston to the World Series for the 14th time.
Avalanche 5, Devils 3: Gabriel Landeskog’s Hat Trick Sends Devils to First Loss of Season
Landeskog scored twice in the third period as the Devils fell to 4-1.
Steve Penny Asked F.B.I. to Help Protect U.S.A. Gymnastics’ Image During Sex Abuse Case
Penny, the former federation president who is charged with evidence tampering in the Larry Nassar abuse case, also discussed an Olympic job...
Pioneer of Women’s Soccer in Mexico Is Found Dead
Marbella Ibarra was the driving force behind Mexico’s first professional women’s soccer team. She had been missing for a month before her body was...
On Baseball: Mookie Betts Has an M.V.P. Award Within His Grasp. No One Can Interfere.
With his bat and his glove, Betts has helped lift the Red Sox within one win of a World Series appearance.
N.F.L. Week 7 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread
The Rams shoot for 7-0, the Chiefs try to get back to winning, and Dallas hopes to ride Ezekiel Elliott to victory in a key division game.
N.B.A. G League to Offer Prospects $125,000 as Alternative to ‘One and Done’
Eighteen-year-olds who previously played for Duke or Arizona may now be suiting up for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.