The NFL playoffs continue this weekend with divisional round games. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabrti looks ahead with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
Here & Now's Megha Chakrabarti speaks with sports analyst Mike Pesca, host of the daily podcast The Gist, about the Bills ending their playoff drought.
Dec. 25 features five NBA games, including a rematch of last season's NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.
Francesa, credited as being an early innovator in sports talk radio, will depart the airwaves after three decades at WFAN in New York.
The Supreme Court heard arguments this week in a case that could open up sports gambling to every state.
The Giants said they'll replace Eli Manning with a backup in their game this weekend, a blow for a player who's started 210 consecutive games.
It used to be that the only NFL games played on a Thursday were played on Thanksgiving. But now there's one every Thursday night.
Players are speaking out against Roger Goodell's demands, which reportedly include a salary of almost $50 million and the use of a private jet for life.
Jones had previously supported re-upping Commissioner Roger Goodell's contract, but has since reversed course.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks about the ins and outs of Wednesday's game and the series with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
Two teams that each won more than 100 games in the regular season meet in the World Series, which begins in LA on Tuesday night.
The league says it wants its players to stand for the anthem, but so far there hasn't been any move that forces them to do so.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks about the baseball playoffs with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
The FBI arrested 10 people this week, including four assistant coaches, on charges of fraud and corruption.
Players on the field at Yankee Stadium were left in tears after a foul ball hit by New York's Todd Frazier struck a young girl in the stands.
Jemele Hill released a statement Thursday about a tweet she wrote that called President Trump a white supremacist.
The defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots open the NFL season Thursday night, hosting the Kansas City Chiefs.
The purse could be as high as $300 million, but some doctors are warning that the fight shouldn't have been sanctioned in the first place.
If the current pace continues, Major League Baseball players will break the single-season record of 5,693 home runs set in 2000.
The NFL preseason is kicking into gear with a full slate of games. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti checks in with sports analyst Mike Pesca.