By John Duerden Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — For all the new investment and advancements driving unprecedented growth in Asian football, it’s an old problem that is still causing concern at the grassroots. Billions have been invested in Super Leagues in China and India, the 2022 World Cup is coming to Qatar, and […]
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. In this month’s edition, we take a look at a Husky Hall of Famer, Kim Ng is passed up once again, and a U.S. basketball team plays in Japan.
In this edition, we talk Jeremy Lin, Nonito Donaire, Doug Baldwin, and how a Chinese rock band is indirectly helping the Washington Redskins.
The Rio Olympic Games were memorable for several Asian Pacific Islanders. Notably, Nathan Adrian earned two golds and two bronze medals in the pool.
Seattle Mariners draft pick Lyle Lin has decided to attend Arizona State University, where he will play baseball for the Sun Devils instead of starting his professional career for a Mariners minor league team.
BANGKOK (AP) — A celebratory occasion for a Thai Olympic bronze medal winner’s family turned somber as the athlete’s grandmother collapsed and died minutes before he won third place in the 56-kilogram weightlifting category. A mourning ritual was held Aug. 8 at the home of Sinphet Kruithong, whose grandmother was among scores of family and […]
Nothing is ever easy for the rival Koreas, even that most ubiquitous and usually innocent of Olympic interactions, the selfie.
Joseph Schooling was working on a school essay one morning in 2008 when Michael Phelps showed up to train at his club in Singapore ahead of the Beijing Olympics.
Ichiro Suzuki defined his career with speed and sharp hits. It was only fitting he flashed both in his historic moment.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This time, we take a look at those participating in the Summer Olympics, Jeremy Lin playing for another team, and Manny Pacquiao’s retirement from boxing being over.