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Baseball cards are booming during the pandemic, with long lines, short supplies and million-dollar sales

Forget Wall Street. Jim & Steve’s Sportscards in Waukegan may have had the hottest initial public offering Wednesday: the Topps 2021 Series 1 baseball cards.

Philadelphia referees have dominated NBA officiating for decades. Here’s why.

NBA players and coaches occasionally murmured about the league’s unusually large collection of Philadelphia-area referees, but none as loudly as Red Auerbach, the longtime Boston Celtics coach and executive.

Sizzling Jazz extinguish Heat winning streak in 112-94 rout

The four-game winning streak ended with a thud.

Caddying helps to provide a path to college for some high school students

On the day before Christmas, Ashley Martinez, a 17-year-old senior from Compton High, received a package at her family apartment.

Masks at practice, parking lot lunches, locker room shifts: Inside college lacrosse’s return amid COVID-19 pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic cut short the 2020 college lacrosse season on March 12, the Loyola Maryland women’s team had sprinted to a 5-0 start, defeated three consecutive ranked opponents and skyrocketed from No. 11 to No. 3 in the Inside Lacrosse media poll.

Inter Miami’s David Beckham and reported deal with Qatar a budding, avoidable controversy

David Beckham unquestionably is the handsome, charismatic face of Inter Miami as the club prepares for its second season in Major League Soccer.

How college basketball teams travel during COVID-19

Illinois’ list of travel items includes basketballs and uniforms, of course. But this season coach Brad Underwood reminds his sixth-ranked team to pack something else besides a change of clothes and a toothbrush.

Dallas Cowboys, Arlington want another Super Bowl run. Here’s what stands in the way.

When AT&T Stadium opened in 2009, no one could have predicted that by 2021 DFW would have hosted the same number of Rose Bowls as Super Bowls.

20 years after his death, Dale Earnhardt still influences racing

Feb. 18, is an infamous anniversary in racing, and in 2021 it will mark the 20th year since the last fatal wreck in NASCAR. That the driver was the grittiest, hardest-charging, quintessential, most discussed and cussed wheel man that we’ll ever know makes the date indelible.

Lackadaisical Lakers blow big lead before salvaging win over Pistons in double OT

After the Los Angeles Lakers blitzed the Denver Nuggets on Thursday night, LeBron James insisted that talent would only take the Lakers so far, that the team’s tough-mindedness and effort were the difference-makers.

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