KSL.com has not verified the photos. But that — along with Baker Mayfield downing a beer in rapid succession to spark a Cleveland Indians win, and Philadelphia’s Alejandro Bedoya strong call for firearm legislation — it's a Great Clip.
During D.C. United’s midweek match last week against Orlando City, Rooney was spectacular. And then he did the incredible — lobbing a ball from past the midfield line that sailed over Orlando goalkeeper Brian Rowe for a score.
Regardless of what happens in tonight’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals, we’ll always have Lord Stanley’s Cup, as well as what the Raptors did to the Warriors — and all that occurred on a Jr. Jazz basketball court last week.
That’s 96-year-old World War II veteran Pete DuPre, who serenaded the U.S. women’s national team — and the country — with his tear-jerking rendition of the anthem on his harmonica prior to Sunday’s 2-0 win over Mexico.
Storm clouds forced the 4A baseball tournament to be moved from Ogden's Lindquist Field to Dixie State in St. George. But they weren't enough to stop the Salt Lake Bees from reuniting one Utah soldier with his family.
As sports fans, you've all seen the shot. You've seen the reaction. You probably even know that Paul George is still convinced that the 37-foot game-winner was "a bad shot." But have you seen Dame Lillard's iconic stroke in Lego form?