Neymar, Didier Drogba Have a Chance Run-in at the Airport

As far as chance airport run-ins go, count this among those we wish we were there to see. Just the legendary and Neymar, one of the brightest and most popular players on the planet. We can't confirm where this meeting happened, just that it's a lot of footballing talent in one random meeting. [Instagram, , h/t ]Read more news on BleacherReport.com

yesterday, 20:41
Matthew Dellavedova to Re-Sign with Cavaliers: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Following a solid 2015 NBA Finals performance in relief of the injured , point guard reportedly agreed Monday to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers "on a one-year deal worth approximately $1.2 million," according to ESPN's . of Sports Illustrated confirmed McMenamin's report that the "Cavs' tax situation made offering [him] the $4 million per season he was seeking unrealistic....

yesterday, 19:58
D'Angelo Russell's Arrival Can't Stunt Jordan Clarkson's Growth for Los Angeles

The may have drafted a phenomenal prospect in D’Angelo Russell, but the team can’t let that overshadow the development of Jordan Clarkson. Russell was the vaunted No. 2 draft pick in June, while Clarkson’s story is a familiar one to fans by now. Last year’s rookie sleeper came on strong in the second half of the season, averaging 15.8 points and 5.0 assists in 38 starts. His progress was...

yesterday, 22:06
Jose Mourinho Rates Cristiano Ronaldo Below Eden Hazard, Goads Arsene Wenger

Jose Mourinho believes can be considered one of the world's top two players alongside after he led Chelsea to Premier League and Capital One Cup success last season, rating his recent form above that of Cristiano Ronaldo. When it was put to Mourinho that most people believe Messi and Ronaldo are the best, the Portuguese manager replied: "They have to win some titles, no?," reported ...

today, 10:06
Jen Welter Hired by Cardinals, Believed to Be 1st Female Coach in NFL

The are believed to be the first team in the to hire a female coach after adding Jen Welter to their staff Monday as a training camp and preseason coaching intern. reported the news via the Cardinals' official website, which featured comments from head coach Bruce Arians on the landmark decision to welcome Welter into the fold: Coaching is nothing more than teaching. One thing I have learned...

today, 4:19
Where's Ramos? Twitter Reacts as Manchester Utd Sign Goalkeeper Sergio Romero

The goalkeeping situation at remains thoroughly unresolved, but the club now have a new option between the sticks. In the early hours of Monday morning, the Red Devils announced that they had , the Argentinean whom Louis van Gaal brought to Az Alkmaar in 2007 to eventually make him a league champion: As the club released pictures of the 28-year-old posing with his new shirt, many fans couldn't...

yesterday, 20:55
Report: Danica Patrick moving closer to staying at Stewart-Haas Racing Report: Danica Patrick moving closer to staying at Stewart-Haas Racing

Team owner Gene Haas tells Motorsport.com that they're moving closer to signing sponsors for Danica Patrick for next year.

yesterday, 20:20
Bobbi Kristina -- Autopsy Shows No Evidence of Foul Play Bobbi Kristina -- Autopsy Shows No Evidence of Foul Play

There are no obvious signs someone tried to kill Bobbi Kristina ... this according to the preliminary autopsy results. According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner, the autopsy shows "no obvious underlying cause of death."  The Medical Examiner…

today, 0:23
What It's Like To Date As A Male Feminist, As Told By Matt McGorry What It's Like To Date As A Male Feminist, As Told By Matt McGorry

Does being a male feminist affect the way men approach dating and sex? Allow Matt McGorry to answer -- at least for himself. On Saturday, "Pitch Perfect" actress Kether Donohue asked McGorry on Twitter whether being a male feminist has changed how he dates. The "Orange Is The New Black" actor admitted the concept was complicated. Does being a male feminist change how you...

today, 0:12
The Outlaw Ocean: A Renegade Trawler, Hunted for 10,000 Miles by Vigilantes

For 110 days and across two seas and three oceans, crews stalked a fugitive fishing ship considered the world’s most notorious poacher.

today, 10:30