Change of scenery for $5 million is a good deal when you're Colin Kaepernick.
The Oklahoma Thunder did something to the Golden State Warriors Saturday night where nearly every previous opponent has failed.
For the third game in a row in front of their home fans, the San Jose Earthquakes failed to hold an early lead.
After rumors of a splash signing, San Jose went out and did what they normally do: Sign someone most soccer fans couldn’t pick ...
The Los Angeles Galaxy were no joke before. Now they have Steven Gerrard.
The San Jose Earthquakes have acquired veteran forward Quincy Amarikwa from Chicago Fire.
After going two seasons without a draft pick, the Warriors selected 6-foot-9 UCLA forward Kevon Looney at No. 3 in the first round.