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The N.B.A. Has the Hottest Stove. LeBron James Is the Flame.

The N.B.A. Has the Hottest Stove. LeBron James Is the Flame.

No free-agent move matters more this summer than where Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, left, pictured with Golden State’s Kevin Durant, chooses to go.

North American Bid for World Cup Gets High Marks, but Still Needs Votes

North American Bid for World Cup Gets High Marks, but Still Needs Votes

Billion dollar venues like Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium earned North America’s 2026 World Cup bid high technical marks from FIFA.

Baseball Loves the Long Ball. But for How Long?

Baseball Loves the Long Ball. But for How Long?

The young sluggers Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa have thrived with the Astros.

Stefan Kraft Has No Fear of Flying

Stefan Kraft Has No Fear of Flying

Stefan Kraft during the normal hill competition on Saturday.

In Adam Gase, Jets Pick a Coach They Could Rarely Beat

In Adam Gase, Jets Pick a Coach They Could Rarely Beat

Adam Gase with the Dolphins during a game against the Bills in December.

Texas Police Will Investigate Sexual Assault Allegations at Karolyi Ranch

Texas Police Will Investigate Sexual Assault Allegations at Karolyi Ranch

Dr. Lawrence G. Nassar is accused of abusing some of his victims at the Karolyi Ranch near New Waverly, Texas.

Putting Brotherly Love to the Test

Putting Brotherly Love to the Test

Granit Xhaka, left, playing for the German club Borussia Mönchengladbach in April. He will be in Switzerland’s midfield on Saturday for the team’s first group game, against Albania, in Lens, France.

Golden Betting Slips for the Golden Knights

Golden Betting Slips for the Golden Knights

Charrize Dy-Soriano and her husband, Hermin Soriano, plan to use the money made from selling a bet on the Vegas Golden Knights’ winning a Stanley Cup to travel to Paris for their wedding anniversary this summer.

Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Mischa Zverev was the only player to retire from a first-round singles match at the Australian Open this year.

In Russia’s Car Capital, a Production Line for Players

In Russia’s Car Capital, a Production Line for Players

Because of the Konoplev Football Academy, Tolyatti has become a city that makes soccer players over the last 15 years.

Indian Tribes Dig In to Gain Their Share of Sports Betting

Indian Tribes Dig In to Gain Their Share of Sports Betting

Rodney Butler, left, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council, and Kevin Brown “Red Eagle,” right, chairman of the Mohegan Tribe, are angling to play a major role in sports betting in Connecticut.

4 Reasons the Tampa Bay Lightning Have Dominated the N.H.L.

4 Reasons the Tampa Bay Lightning Have Dominated the N.H.L.

The Tampa Bay Lightning are 12 points ahead of any other team in the league.

The Brazen Bootlegging of a Multibillion-Dollar Sports Network

The Brazen Bootlegging of a Multibillion-Dollar Sports Network

At beIn Sports headquarters in 2018, engineers in an anti-piracy monitoring room tried to figure out how to prevent a hacked feed of the channel from being disseminated throughout Saudi Arabia.

France and Argentina Meet in an Elite Battle for World Cup Survival

France and Argentina Meet in an Elite Battle for World Cup Survival

A worker in Kazan, Russia, finishing a mural of the Argentine star Lionel Messi, whose team will play France on Saturday in the first game of the World Cup’s knockout phase.

Exhaustion Prevails; So Does Generosity

Exhaustion Prevails; So Does Generosity

Runners approaching the finish of the Boston Marathon on Monday. The New York Times’s Jeré Longman finished 28,889th of 31,931.

Giants’ General Manager Is Noncommittal on Eli Manning’s Future

Giants’ General Manager Is Noncommittal on Eli Manning’s Future

Eli Manning started all 16 games for the Giants this season, finishing with a 92.4 quarterback rating, his highest since 2015.


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