Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal took care of business in their singles matches before teaming up in an eagerly anticipated doubles pairing to extend Europe's lead over players from the rest of the world in the inaugural Laver Cup on Saturday.
President Donald Trump triggered a backlash from the US professional sports world on Saturday, withdrawing a White House invitation to the NBA champion Golden State Warriors after condemning NFL players protesting the national anthem.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Saturday he was unsurprised by President Donald Trump's decision to revoke an invitation to the White House as the NBA champions announced plans to make their own trip to the nation's capital.
Grand Slam-seeking San Miguel Beer (7-3) will tackle league-leading Meralco (8-2) at 6:45 p.m., followed by the Star-NLEX tussle at 4:30 p.m.
US President Donald Trump verbally went at players in North America's two biggest leagues, and athletes are fighting back.
Anthony, who joined the Knicks in 2011 after eight seasons in Denver, will join Oklahoma City while Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott move to New York.
The “Filipino Flash” will once again campaign as a featherweight, where he once held the WBA title, in a bout he’s expected to win.
In one tweet, LeBron James just figuratively dunked on US President Donald Trump.
Steph Curry and his Warriors players have been among the most outspoken against Trump's administration.
Billiards ace Chezka Centeno, and taekwondo practitioners Rodolfo Reyes Jr. and Jocel Lyn Ninobla added to the Philippines' medal count in Turkmenistan.