Romanian police arrest former tennis player Ilie Nastase twice in the same day, first on suspicion of drunken driving and refusing to take a breathalyzer test, then for riding a scooter without a license
Women will make a return of sorts to the Formula One grid at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, although not in the previous "grid girls" role now discarded
Milwaukee Bucks rookie Sterling Brown was tased by police in a parking lot and is now suing despite the low chances of reaching a verdict. Could his lawsuit still be a vehicle for advocacy and police reform?
Brian Boland is leaving his position as head of men's tennis for the U.S. Tennis Association's player development to return to college tennis as the coach at Baylor
Eric Gordon came off the bench to score 24 points and his steal on Golden State's last possession secured a 98-94 win by the Houston Rockets to put them up 3-2 in the Western Conference finals on Thursday night
USOC hires FBI executive as senior director of athlete safety, putting Wendy Guthrie in charge of strengthening sex-abuse policies being rewritten in wake of cases involving Olympic athletes
SI Legal Analyst Michael McCann says union labor laws open the door for significant legal challenges to the NFL's new mandates regarding the National Anthem.
USA Gymnastics has parted ways with senior vice president Rhonda Faehn, who has come under fire recently from former victims of a former national team doctor now serving decades in prison for abusing athletes
The NFLPA says it will challenge the owners' new anthem rules. But The MMQB's Jonathan Jones says the broader problem stems from the owners' racial insensitivities.