- USMNT must learn to be a bit friendier
- Yomiuri Giants open with excitement
- Tanaka named Yankees opening starter
- Petr Cech may leave Chelsea in summer
- NASL: Ryan Adeleye represents religion
- CBA recap: Teams stuck in the middle
- The bottom five need to regroup in CBA
- Kris Bryant presents interesting situation
- Hornets, Clips to play preseasonin China
- Premier League could see cash decrease
- J.League teams struggling to find goals
- NPB: Preview of Central League | Pacific
- How Beijing Ducks won the CBA finals
- Asia teams back on field after Asian Cup
Cosmos build global brand in offseason
The New York Cosmos have worked on building their global brand the last two offseasons, from Dubai to Hong Kong to El Salvador, and this June to Cuba.
USMNT must learn to be friendly at times
The United States Men's National Team is always at 100 percent, but elite countries know when to dial it back during friendlies, writes Frank Dell'Apa.
NASL: Ryan Adeleye representing religion
In this week's NASL notebook, Jack Bell leads with the story of Ryan Adeleye, a Jewish-American who's starring for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.
Petr Cech's time at Chelsea is waning
Petr Cech made it clear that he would be looking for a transfer from Chelsea in the summer if his current situation remains the same within the club.
Marcos Galvao wins controversial title
Championships eluded Marcos Galvao for a while, but he finally got one after taking down Joe Warren via kneebar for the Bellator bantamweight title.
Japan impressive in Coach Halilu's debut
Vahid Halilhodzic hasn't been with the Japan national team for long and much wasn't expected in his first game, but that wasn't the case against Tunisia.
'Cyborg' Justino On Track to face Rousey
The fight that everyone has been hoping to see looks to be in the works. Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino signed with UFC and could fight Ronda Rousey.
Yomiuri Giants open with excitement
The Yomiuri Giants opened their season on Friday with a 3-2 win over the Yokohama DeNA BayStars. John E. Gibson was there to report it all.