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Kyle Draper reports on the Celtics for NBC Sports Boston and talked to Bob Oakes to preview the game on Morning Edition.
We take a look at some of the major sports stories of the week, including Colin Kaepernick's settlement with the NFL, and the free agent rumors swirling around the Celtics.
Proceeds from the winning bid on the Patriots wide receiver's beard trimmings will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Boston.
Bogus Basin in Idaho is one of a handful of nonprofit ski areas in the U.S. that wants downhill skiing to be an accessible sport.
McGill University students in Montreal say the nickname of the university's athletic teams — the Redmen — is an offensive racial slur and needs to go.
Hernandez spent three years with the New England Patriots before his 2013 arrest on the first of three homicide charges. The Patriots terminated his $40 million contract, and he never...
In order to be better prepared for her job as an NFL reporter, Tori Petry joined a women's semi-pro football team.
Sportswriter Shireen Ahmed and the Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss two astonishing streaks by NBA players, the Alliance of American Football's successful debut and why King the terrier got booed at the Westminster Dog...
Gary Vincent founded the American Classic Arcade Museum in 1998. Today, it's the largest collection of classic arcade games in the world.
About a year ago, Jared Wells weighed just 117 pounds. He was at death's door. Then he started bodybuilding.
Jared Wells has cystic fibrosis, and he weighed just 117 pounds a year ago. But in 2018, Jared started bodybuilding. This week, Only A Game and WBUR's Endless Thread team...
The eight-team Alliance of American Football hopes to capitalize on fans' seemingly unending appetite for football.
We take a look at some of the biggest sports stories of the week.
In Boston, part of being here means watching 12 championship parades roll through town in the last 17 years. At the Patriots' victory parade last week, 1.5 million fans turned...
In the 1970s, a bank promotion dreamt up by a Hockey Hall of Famer inspired a generation of Canadian kids to save their pennies.
J.A. Adande and Charlie Pierce discuss the deals made before the NBA's trade deadline, remember MLB great Frank Robinson and identify the real winner of Super Bowl LIII.
Julie DiCaro, sports writer and host at Chicago's 670 The Score, and sports writer and editor Patrick Hruby join J.A. Adande.
Since 1927, McGill's athletic teams have been nicknamed the Redmen. Nearly a century later, 80 percent of McGill's student body voted in favor of a name change.
When it comes to breaking stories about the Oakland A's, the San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser usually outscoops her husband. But in 2017 Dan Brown got some payback.