Riley: Bosh's career with Heat likely over

This month, he even pronounced himself ready to play , saying nothing would keep him off the floor. "It's pretty definitive for us in our position". Bosh has been pushing for a return with media day set for Monday and the start of training camp set for Tuesday in the Bahamas.

Giants Clinch 2nd NL Wild Card, Complete Sweep of Dodgers

The winners of World Series titles in 2010, 2012 and 2014 became the last National League team to enter the 2016 postseason dance with a 7-1 victory over the rival Los Angeles Dodgers. "So I think he can handle [Wednesday]", Collins said. "But it does neutralize our left-handed hitters, which are pretty good, if you face a lefty", Collins said before the game.

76ers rookie Ben Simmons likely needs surgery on right foot

The Sixers made an announcement shortly there after that the former LSU Tiger's fracture is in his fifth metatarsal bone - the last bone at the outside of the foot - of his right foot. Philadelphia 76ers forward Ben Simmons (25) dribbles the ball during an NBA Summer League game against the Golden State Warriors at Thomas & Mack Center.

Following the bouncing ball, onto Jaak Pieters' back

Brooks Koepka hit a shank on Saturday morning and found himself involved in another eye-catching incident early in his second fourballs match at the Ryder Cup. It was pretty insane - and then to top it off, Thomas made his putt for eagle!" Instead, he now sends them back out for a rematch with Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed, who they routed Friday afternoon 5 and 4.

Johnson takes 1-shot lead at Tour Championship

And Johnson is attempting his first four-win season, which would place him next to Tiger Woods as the only golfer to win a major, a WGC event and the Tour Championship in the same year. He did rebound after that with another birdie on 15 to get his lead back to two shots over Chappell. Johnson, the world No. 2, looks to be the player who will come through and win the $10 million, even if he does not win the tournament.

Irish seek more from both lines against Spartans

Irish seek more from both lines against Spartans

Senior cornerback Cole Luke saw it, measured it, and was in ideal position to intercept in the end zone to stem the tide. "It's on the coaches and on me to make sure we find a way to get our players to continue to improve week after week so when we get to November this is a better football team".