It has been a while since the Raiders have been good defensively, and now they have to deal with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes for years to come.
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As bubbles form and teams return to play amid the coronavirus, the experience for those watching and cheering could change forever.
Las Vegas’ pursuit of a Major League Soccer franchise continues despite COVID-19.
Las Vegas reportedly won’t be a hub city when the NHL returns to play and, given its recent surge of COVID-19 cases, had no business being considered at this point.
Team owner Brett Lashbrook introduced a new manager in Frank Yallop on Monday, a fourth person who will hold the title in the team’s three years of existence.
UNLV on Tuesday became the latest example of removing those symbols thought to define racism and persecution across the United States.
Dana White said his sport would be the first back from the coronavirus pause, and the UFC president has delivered — and offered extremely detailed safety measures.
The son of a former sheriff and the great-great-great grandson of the first Lone Ranger, the Golden Knights forward knows both sides of a polarizing movement.
All-state basketball player Julian Strawther leaves for college Monday, well aware of how his grandfather helped blaze a trail for the civil rights movement.
The next step for the NHL’s possible return to play begins Monday, meaning the Golden Knights and 30 other teams can have players on the ice again.
Former UNLV athletic director Jim Livengood is this year’s recipient of the James J. Corbett Memorial Award, the highest honor in collegiate athletics administration.
The new head women’s basketball coach at UNLV is a former Durango High star whose father ranks eighth all-time in prep wins for a Las Vegas coach.
Golden Knights coach Pete DeBoer said he enjoys spending time with his family in Canada, but he’s also going stir crazy and is eager to get to the rink again.
In tweeting a three-paragraph statement about being saddened and pained and angry, Michael Jordan opened a window into the world of athletes and activism.