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Lynn on Rivers INTs: 'Just has to execute better'
After his four-interception night cost the Chargers in a Monday night loss to the Chiefs, Philip Rivers and his coach both acknowledged the quarterback's need to cut down on turnovers. "We have to get better in that area, period," Anthony Lynn said.[read more]

Aari McDonald is the espnW player of the week
By halftime Sunday, the junior guard led No. 22 Texas 22-19 by herself. Then she scored 22 more after the break.[read more]

Gregg Berhalter's USMNT can close out 2019 with a bit of momentum
Gregg Berhalter's USMNT may be big favorites against Cuba but, if we've learnt anything over the past two years, it's that nothing can be assumed.[read more]

Westbrook: Don't normalize Harden's greatness
James Harden has upped his scoring average and improved his true shooting percentage to begin the season.[read more]

Philip Rivers' four interceptions crush Chargers' slim playoff hopes
The Chargers needed a win on Monday to keep any postseason chances alive. Instead, they look toward 2020.[read more]

Doncic 2nd-youngest with 40-point triple-double
Luka Doncic scored a career-high 42 points in his sixth triple-double of the young NBA season, and the Dallas Mavericks sent the San Antonio Spurs to their sixth straight loss 117-110 on Monday.[read more]

Caps' Hathaway ejected for spitting on opponent
Capitals forward Garnet Hathaway was ejected from Monday's game after spitting on Ducks defenseman Erik Gudbranson.[read more]

Lakers bring in Chappelle for 'peek' at greatness
Dave Chappelle visited the Lakers as the latest guest speaker in general manager Rob Pelinka's "Genius Talks" series.[read more]

A look at the season that was in NASCAR
From Kyle Busch's championship and JGR's success to the Joey Logano-Denny Hamlin scuffle, the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series was one to remember.[read more]

Panthers owner: Won't stand long-term mediocrity
Panthers owner David Tepper would not address the future of coach Ron Rivera and general manager Marty Hurney during a Monday meeting with Charlotte-based reporters, but he made it clear that he will not tolerate long-term mediocrity.[read more]