Donovan Mitchell isn’t playing in the summer league this year. But the world is taking note of him every time he shows up to support his teammates like Grayson Allen, both in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. That includes one Jazz legend.
Utah lacrosse assistant coach Will Manny had three goals and an assist, including the game-winner during a golden-goal overtime, to help the Major League Lacrosse All-Stars rally to stun the U.S. men’s national team 15-14 in overtime Thursday.
Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Adrian Houser had a moment to forget during his fifth call-up to The Show in Sunday's 10-9 loss to the Phillies. Meanwhile, Mexico fans likely caused an earthquake celebrating a 1-0 win over defending champ Germany.
Last week, Yoeli Childs made a lot of BYU basketball fans happy by announcing he was withdrawing from the NBA draft and returning to Provo for his junior season.
On Saturday, it was Childs’ turn to be happy.
With BYU advancing to the NCAA Tournament with its 10th-straight conference championship, we thought it appropriate to dedicate a segment to the diamond. Of course, “King James” had to make an appearance, too.
It’s nearly May, which means the NBA playoffs are in full swing, the baseball thrills are just getting started, and soccer fans still have no idea exactly how Major League Soccer’s target-allocation money works.
If you went to Utah State’s annual Blue and White game scrimmage Saturday in Logan, you might have noticed a special player on the field. Here is video of that and two other Great Clips from this past weekend.
What's it like to hit a game-winning shot in the NCAA Tournament? Ask Notre Dame women's basketball star Arika Ogunbowale; she did it twice this past week. Also, Zlatan Ibrahimovic had a remarkable debut for the L.A. Galaxy in MLS on Saturday.
A Brazilian basketball player banks the craziest game-winner you won't believe, Utah Royals defender Becky Sauerbrunn gets a yellow card for taking a ball to the face, and Real Salt Lake coach Mike Petke sported the best bleached tips.
After Sunday’s selection announcement on TBS (which was too long, or too short, or too rambling or too "why-didn’t-my-team-make-it," depending on who you ask), it’s finally time for the NCAA Tournament to begin.