Derrick Rose made his long-awaited return to the Bulls as the NBA opened Tuesday night, but as usual the Heat stole the show, and LeBron showed off his latest championship jewelry.
The Wambach-Huffman wedding, the Panettiere-Klitschko engagement, a Metta World Peace show! Only LeBron working out in a giant gold chain while fire rages behind him could cap this zany week.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain looks back on the big names in London, previews their futures and embraces an Olympic sport of her own.
Katie Taylor gave her vociferous Irish fans a thrill, and Claressa Shields beat down someone twice her age. Yes, the women boxers proved they belong on the biggest stage.
Jordyn Wieber's elimination from the gymnastics all-around competition was surprising and saddening for our espnW contributors, but there were other shockers as well.
From the opening ceremonies to the rivalry in the pool to women's gymnastics, the team tournaments and more, there is plenty to tune in to in London. Here is what espnW contributors will be watching.
Abby Wambach's heroics. Lexi Thompson's breakthrough. Minnesota's revival. Those are just a few of our top sports moments from 2011.
The Pan American Games aren't just about the competition. In several sports, there are 2012 Olympic spots on the line. Here's espnW's sport-by-sport breakdown.
The Michigan teen is a rising star in U.S. gymnastics. Next up, the world championships where she is a favorite for the all-around title.
We asked former "Dancing with the Stars" champ Shawn Johnson for the advice she'd give Hope Solo.