According to the Hollywood Reporter, Space Jam 2 will star LeBron James with Justin Lin directing.
Heat forward Chris Bosh has been out since the All-Star break dealing with a blood clot and according to ESPN's Dan Le Batard the Heat star is now pressuring his team to let him return.
Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki plans to opt out of his contract, according to reports.
Leicester City locks up the Premier League title and Bayern Munich prepares to face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semifinal. Roger Gonzalez & Teryn Schaefer to discuss.
Why the Red Woman on Game of Thrones is now everyone's favorite character.
Celebrity Entertainment Columnist Jennifer Brett & CineStars' Noah Coslov discuss Beyonce's sold-out concert at the Georgia Dome on Sunday & Jennifer Aniston back in Atlanta filming a new movie.
Fear the Walking Dead continues to amaze, as this week Abigail was taken over by three teenagers, one of whom is several months pregnant.
Chris Evans scares Elizabeth Olsen, then Ellen scares Evans, because it never stops.
Former pro quarterback Brady Quinn and his wife, Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone Quinn, kicked off National Pet Month in a fun and unique way.
NHL analyst Dan Moriarty joins CineSport’s Noah Coslov to go inside each of the four remaining Stanley Cup playoff series to determine which ones will go the distance.
Conor McGregor called for the reinstatement of his previously scheduled rematch with Nate Diaz in an Instagram post on Sunday.
The MMQB's Peter King tells the tale of a Draft weekend spent with Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys.
Toronto won their first playoff series since 2001 after outlasting the Pacers behind 30 points from DeMar DeRozan.
The Chicago Bears have released veteran safety Antrel Rolle, he confirmed on Twitter.
Clayton Kershaw does it all, Chris Sale is the first to six wins and the Phillies continue to surprise. Ryan Bass recaps the night in baseball.
Boomer and Carton talk about the Jets picking QB Christian Hackenberg from Penn State.
Sharks 3, Predators 2 - Joe Pavelski scored with 2:40 left in regulation and Martin Jones stopped 36 shots to lead San Jose past Nashville in Game 2. Paul Martin spoke about the win afterwards.