Multiple reports state the Jazz have agreed to take on the considerable contracts attached to Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush as the Warriors position themselves in hopes of signing Dwight Howard
With far more facts and factors within management’s control, free agency leaves much less room for error than the crapshoot that is the draft.
Bereft of automatic bids to NCAA postseason tournaments, UVU’s best was never good enough. With the clout of the Western Athletic Conference behind them, the Wolverines are ready for the change they’ve wanted for years.
BYU legends Marc Wilson and LaVell Edwards both expressed admiration for BYU’s current defense as well as the Cougars’ past defenses during the school’s football media day Wednesday.
The Jazz have three picks, including two in the first round, with which to fill several needs before the start of next season.
What kind of talent can the Jazz hope for with the 14th pick in the NBA Draft? History shows almost anything is possible, with guys like Tim Hardaway and Dan Majerle among the best the 14th selection had to offer in past years.
So much was asked from LeBron James and the Heat. Now back-to-back champions, haven’t James and the Heat provided all the answers?
With a historic Game 7 on tap, we take a look at five important lessons learned through the first six games of the NBA Finals.
There’s more at stake than the Spurs or Heat winning this year’s NBA Finals. Miami and San Antonio represent the two extremes of team-building philosophies.
Almost doesn’t count. Those three words were verified multiple times on Tuesday night.
The pitcher’s mound is the loneliest place in the world ... until a team decides to celebrate a win there.
Since their college days, the tables haven’t just turned for Jimmer Fredette and Kawhi Leonard. They’ve been flipped upside down, shoved to opposite sides of the room, swapped out for newer, startlingly different ones.
O, not X, marked the spot at a recent Oakland A’s batting practice. A home run hit through’s “O” logo spurred the company to donate an extra $10,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project.
For all the tough talk about taking a hit in sports, sometimes avoiding contact is more than worth it.
Baseball players hear it all the time. “You’ve got room.” Sometimes, though, when safe space has disappeared but the play can still be made, athletes go for it anyway.
After four years of back-and-forth stints between the major leagues and the minor leagues, Salt Lake Bees infielder Andrew Romine has learned to not get too up or down on himself — even after his latest hot streak at the plate.
“Win or go home” was very real Monday night. So was, “You’re outta here.” In both cases, teams and players saw their respective ends come sooner than hoped.
If you’re a stats geek, the score in the NBA’s version of the Final Four was 3-1. Three small market teams, one big market.
Utah Valley announced Thursday that it has hired Vince Otoupal to be the school’s new athletic director.
Chicago Bears punter Adam Podlesh shaves his head to help raise money for a 6-year-old cancer patient.
There were home crowds pushing their teams to great heights. Then there was one man pushing another man on a wheelchair.
Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski reported Saturday night that Jazz assistant coach Jeff Hornacek is the “front-runner” to become the next head coach of the Phoenix Suns.
Layton hangs on to beat Cottonwood in the one-loss bracket of the 5A state baseball tournament.
Soon-to-be WAC member Utah Valley has narrowed down its search for a new athletic director to four candidates. All four gave public presentations at UVU this week.
Riverton pitcher Tanner Draper lets Layton put the ball in play, and Draper’s teammates made a host of plays behind him to send the Silverwolves into the 5A semifinals.
Hours after region rival American Fork won with offense, Bingham flexed its own muscles with defense, keeping Syracuse in check on the way to a 5-2 win.
Cottonwood baseball head coach Jason Crawford said his team needs experience. The Colts’ third win in a row in the 5A state tournament, a 7-2 victory over Alta on Tuesday, guaranteed them at least one more game’s worth.
American Fork exploded for 16 hits Tuesday, going on to beat Copper Hills 10-5 for its second win in a row since losing to Syracuse in the second round of the 5A state baseball playoffs last week.
Serbian tennis player Viktor Troicki passionately disagrees with a chair umpire after the umpire rules that Troicki’s backhand shot landed out of bounds.
The Cougars’ standout linebacker was named to the 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List, which consists of 42 college football players around the country.