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The NFL is making extra points a bit more challenging.
Here's a look at Game 3 in the Eastern Conference Finals.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, May 20.
Bannister became the first runner to break the fabled 4-minute barrier.
Victory came in the longest game in the Blackhawks' 89-year history.
Golden State Warriors rallied from 16 points down in the second quarter
Golson graduated from Notre Dame on Sunday. He will be immediately eligible to play under NCAA graduate transfer rules.
York Knicks, who had the second-best odds of winning but instead fell to fourth 30 years after winning the first draft lottery and drafting Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing.
The NFL is moving back extra-point kicks and allowing defenses to score on 2-point conversion turnovers.
Team owner Robert Kraft says the team won't protest its $1 million fine and loss of draft picks.
The birth date of 5-18 marks both car numbers Busch has driven in the Sprint Cup Series — No. 5 at Hendrick Motorsports and No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Kraft said Tuesday at the owners meetings that he was putting the league before his franchise because "at no time should the agenda of one team" override "the good of the 32."
The two teams are moving forward with plans to build a join $1.7 billion stadium in the L.A. area.
Bombing survivors will be allowed to give victim impact statements at the hearing, as will convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Here's a look at Game 2 in the Western Conference Finals.
Boxing fans are calling the hyped-up fight a fraud and they want their money back.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, May 19.
Tyler Johnson scored the first hat trick in Lightning playoff history and Tampa Bay got its high-scoring offense in gear and evened the Eastern Conference finals with a 6-2 victory over the stumbling New York Rangers on Monday night.
The 2016 salary will be a big increase for Tannehill after making a total of $12.7 million in the first four years of his contract.
The rest of the first team was Chicago's Nikola Mirotic, Philadelphia's Nerlens Noel, Orlando's Eldrid Payton and Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson.