With the 2015 WNBA season just past its halfway point, Only A Game was reminded of the story of Seattle Storm guard and basketball great Sue Bird, who has found success throughout her legendary hoops career.
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Why play a single sport when you could play two — at the same time? From Chess Boxing to Headis, Only A Game takes a look at four hybrid sports that have gained popularity.
The NFL upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in the Deflategate saga Tuesday. Only A Game has compiled a collection of links to the official report and the heated responses. We also look at how the ruling plays into the ongoing discussion of Brady’s legacy.
Sport’s highest court has ruled that Indian sprinter Dutee Chand, who has naturally high levels of testosterone, can compete against other women again.
Boston is out as a candidate for the 2024 Olympics. Now other North American cities are reviving their push to host the Games.
Writer, filmmaker and professional cyclist Kathryn Bertine tried to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics. Bertine tells Only A Game’s Karen Given about the time she tried to gain qualifying points by breaking away from the peloton during a race in El Salvador.
Little League pitcher Mo’ne Davis and her Anderson Moncarchs teammates recently finished up a 23-day civil rights barnstorming tour. From Montgomery to Cooperstown to Cincinnati, the team stopped in 21 cities, visiting important historical sites and meeting with leaders from the Civil Rights Movement.
The NCAA has been ordered to pay $46 million in fees in the Ed O’Bannon class-action lawsuit. Twenty people, including O’Bannon, sued the NCAA, claiming the organization violated U.S. antitrust laws. Bill Littlefield is among those applauding the decision.
Miami pitcher Jose Fernandez has a 12-0 career record at Marlins Park — and a 4-8 record on the road. But as Bill Littlefield writes, those aren’t the most significant numbers in Fernandez’s life.
Donald Trump’s recent comments about Latin American immigrants have drawn sharp criticism and prompted both ESPN and the PGA to cancel events at a Trump-owned golf course. Bill Littlefield weighs in.