Steve Kelley writes off into the sunset with his final column for The Seattle Times.
With no athletic playmakers, this year's squad will have to grind and slog for victories.
Saint Martin's men's basketball coach Keith Cooper has spent a lifetime in coaching and does more with less.
Crawford joined the Clippers last summer to give the team more scoring off the bench, and he's done exactly that so far this season.
From Lionel Messi's masterful day against the Sounders to an Olympics moment in Beijing, the Times columnist reflects on what he's seen.
Embittered fans who say they'll never watch another NBA game because of the Sonics' departure should take another look at the league that left in 2008. You'll be surprised at how much the game has changed.
As the football fairy tale of Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o and the "death" of his nonexistent girlfriend began to unspool, I was, um, reminded by readers last week of the column I wrote about Steve Broussard after the 1989 Apple Cup.
This time the deal is done. The Sonics are coming back in the form of the Sacramento Kings.
This Sunday there is no game day for Seattle, and I get the sense the city has been mired all week in a post-traumatic funk.
Lance Armstrong's cruel lies and arrogance will mean rehabilitating his legacy will take more than an appearance with Oprah Winfrey.