Scorned Seattle must wait for Adam Silver to take over as NBA commissioner and save its energy for an expansion fight it can win.
Who truly holds the greatest rights to a team? The people who bought it, or the city whose name it bears?
While the fight by the Chris Hansen group to buy the Sacramento Kings is admirable, this process has emphasized one lesson: It's so insanely difficult to get a professional sports franchise back.
Saturday's game at ShoWare Center in Kent, created by Rainier Beach boys basketball coach Mike Bethea, is drawing some of the nation's top prep talent.
We've heard this before. Give up, if you know what's good for you. Don't fight the NBA. It's suicidal. Be gracious losers, and maybe the...
The Washington varsity eight has enjoyed back-to-back undefeated seasons, culminating in consecutive IRA championships for the first time since 1940-41. Now, the Huskies, who are ranked No. 1 in the USRowing poll, are off to another promising start.
It's not official yet but Monday's vote recommending the Kings not relocate felt like a second dagger in Seattle's NBA hopes.
Alabama defensive tackle Jesse Williams' nickname is Tha Monstar. But if he pans out, excuse the Seahawks if they rename him Tha Steal.
If the Seahawks weren't so successfully weird, you would overreact now. They took a backup running back, a possible third-stringer, in the second round of the NFL draft Friday.
On the 2013 draft's opening night, the Harvin acquisition stood out as a smart plan. As expected, the first round lacked pizazz.
Unconventional? It sounds too dismissive of what the Seahawks have accomplished under Pete Carroll and John Schneider.