A look back at some of the week's biggest plays in sports and the moments you may have missed.
Here's a look at some of the big sporting events taking place this weekend.
Sepp Blatter's FIFA re-election came despite demands that he quit in the face of a major bribery scandal.
Blatter has led FIFA for 17 years.
An effort is underway to restore the Louisville home where the boxing legend grew up.
The former NFL star is closer to resolving charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted women in four states.
Tampa Bay travels to New York for a decisive Game 7.
World soccer boss Sepp Blatter is defying growing calls for him to step down in the face of corruption scandals engulfing the sport.
Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Friday, May 29.
Former FIFA vice president Warner leaves jail in ambulance plus UN reviewing FIFA partnerships amid corruption scandal and Blatter call the corruption cases shame, humiliate soccer.
Adrian Peterson took to Twitter on Thursday to express his frustration over criticism he is receiving while staying away from the voluntary portion of the Minnesota Vikings offseason.
Both Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal advance to the third round at Roland Garros.
Fired Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau has thanked the Bulls and the city and says he looks forward to future opportunities.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady has torn his left ACL and will likely miss the season, leaving Denver to search for someone to protect Peyton Manning's blind side.
In 2016, women are in the game.
Riley Curry is the hottest sports baby in the game right now.
The corruption scandal engulfing world soccer's governing body is deepening, with warnings from big sponsors and growing criticism from politicians.
The Golden State Warriors have won the Western Conference Championship and will face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, May 28.
The odds of two amateur golfers getting an ace on the same hole in the same round are 26 million-to-1.