The ex-Lakers player was found unconscious in a brothel on Tuesday
You needn't be disabled to play wheelchair basketball and as able-bodied athletes know, it's a great sport in itself. But while some are barred at Paralympian level, Danielle Peers had a stroke of what she calls luck
Video: Think Paolo Di Canio's push on a referee was the ultimate in sporting retaliations? Think again
Lancaster believes that stability will provide success with his current contract set to run out after the 2015 Rugby World Cup on home soil
The polar vortex which has plunged the US into sub zero temperatures has caused yet another incredible sight - huge boulders of ice in Lake Michigan
Rodman delivered the gift of song alongside the leader's other treat: watching North Korea predictably beat a retired team of NBA players during a ‘friendly’
Speaking to CNN from Pyongyang, Rodman said his visit to North Korea for Kim Jong Un's birthday was a "great idea for the world"
The basketball star, who has taken on the role of coach of the national team, landed in North Korea earlier today flanked by 11 retired NBA players
A former North Korean prisoner addressed the basketball player in an open letter published in an American newspaper
The ever-feared Christmas party passed by in Madrid without any drama after the squad enjoyed a well-manured sit down meal together
Mildred Didrikson, born in Texas in 1911, claimed to have been given the nickname “Babe” after legendary baseball star Babe Ruth when she hit five home runs as a child. At a time when women were not expected to excel athletically, Babe’s natural talent was immediately evident.
Jimmy Valvano is a name not widely known this side of the Atlantic. In America, he is revered as an extraordinary inspiration.
Coach Brooks is talking gobbledegook. The microphones and the cameras are pressed against his face and you are reminded that in NBA basketball the questions tend to be technical, specific and to uneducated, English ears, baffling. There is very little talk of “giving it 100 per cent”.
“I’ve been second all my life. I’m tired of being second. I am done with it”
Sergei Belov, who died on 3 October at the age of 69, was a basketball player who had a key role in the Soviet Union’s famous victory against the US in the epic 1972 Olympic final in Munich.
US basketball star seemed unaware the child had never before been seen or spoken of in public