Team XTREME No. 44 race car found in suburban Atlanta, too late to make Sunday's NASCAR race
Thunder's Russell Westbrook has surgery on cheekbone, will miss Sunday game at Lakers
Padraig Harrington finds form, takes lead after 36 holes at rainy Honda Classic in Florida
With a final run at Atlanta, Jeff Gordon gets to relish a track that meant so much to career
Anthony Mason, beloved bruiser for 1990s Knicks teams, has died; rugged forward was 48
Baseball union boss Tony Clark says future spring training games could be played in Cuba
White Sox ace Sale breaks bone in foot, out at least 3 weeks, opening day start in jeopardy
Police in Georgia found a NASCAR Sprint Cup car that was stolen from a hotel parking lot days before the driver was scheduled to race.
Trimble scores 19 as No. 14 beats Michigan 66-56 to finish unbeaten at home in Big Ten
PORTLAND, Ore. --?? Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook was taken to a Portland-area medical facility for further evaluation after being kneed in the head late in the Thunder's 115-112 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night. Westbrook absorbed the blow to the side of his head as he dove toward the ball in anticipation of missing his own free throw attempt with 2.5 seconds left in the game. As Westbrook tried to regain his balance, teammate?? Andre Roberson's knee??struck him in the head. Westbrook was face-down on the court for several seconds but got up and finished the game. He was not available for comment after the loss. A team spokesman confirmed Westbrook was taken to a local facility for tests and said there would be an update later on his condition. Asked immediately after the game about Westbrook's health, Thunder coach Scott Brooks said, "We don't know. We'll find out more later." ...
Westbrook has third triple-double but Blazers spoil it with 115-112 win over Thunder
With James, Irving out, surging Pacers take advantage by holding off Cavaliers 93-86
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- A gloomy, rainy Friday at PGA National turned even more so for Rory McIlroy, who didn't count on spending this weekend at his nearby home while the rest of the PGA Tour competed without him. Even the best golfer in the world, the one who has looked all but invincible over the past seven months, has an occasional bad day, bad tournament. And so it was for McIlroy, who made just a single birdie during the second round of the Honda Classic, shooting 74 to go with his opening 73. He played 36 holes in 7 over par and generally looked pretty average. Guess that means we can forget about the green jacket in six weeks? You know that's going to be the knee-jerk reaction in some quarters after McIlroy missed the cut in his 2015 U.S. debut. He missed too many fairways, missed too many greens, missed too many putts. And that's golf. "Looking at his results and the way he's been playing and how dominant a driver...