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William Karlsson burst out for 43 goals in 2017-18. Our fantasy experts shoot or pass on Wild Bill and 19 other breakout stars repeating.
Mahomes and Fitzpatrick are the talk of the league after two games. Can these two quarterbacks maintain their electric starts?
The title of NFL’s fastest receiver could be on the line Sunday when former Olympian Marquise Goodwin and Tyreek Hill share the same field.
Resident fantasy expert Mark Donaldson shares his tips for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
Mark Donaldson presents his La Liga fantasy selections for week 5. Be sure to get in all the action on ESPN.com/FantasyFC.
Steve Nicol believes Cristiano Ronaldo needs to adjust his game and his mindset as he ages, playing through the middle more for Juventus.
New Sixers general manager Elton Brand says the next 12 months are critical as the team chases a championship.
Forbes magazine ranks the Dallas Cowboys, worth $5 billion, as the NFL’s most valuable team for the 12th straight year.
ESPN FC’s Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol square off in predicting every fixture in the sixth week of Premier League action.
Two tortured franchises when it comes to quarterbacks are taking different paths as they break in rookies Sam Darnold and Baker Mayfield.
These seven winless teams are playoff long shots, but it can be done. Let’s sort in order of their chances of returning to respectability.
Our annual forecast of the best ballers in the NBA reaches the top 20.
Atlanta United scored three goals in the final 20 minutes in a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.
AS Roma Eusebio Di Francesco believes Real Madrid’s Luka Modric has been exceptional for both club and country and rarely makes mistakes.
Real Madrid head coach Julen Lopetegui prefers to talk about his whole team after their win over Roma.
Juventus’ Massimiliano Allegri believes VAR would’ve helped the referee make the correct decision when sending Cristiano Ronaldo off in their 2-0 win over Valencia.