Flagrant Magazine is pictured.

This basketball magazine is mixing art with 'outlandish' sport stories

Flagrant Magazine is carving out its own space in the sports media industry by mixing abstract basketball art with culture stories from off the court.

 | Meg Hilling

New York Knicks NBA player Willis Reed is surrounded by basketballs.

Willis Reed, NBA Hall of Famer and Knicks legend, dies at 80

Nicknamed "The Captain," Reed was an impassioned leader who led the New York Knicks to two NBA Championship titles in the early 1970s.

 | Gage Jackson

Shohei Ohtani celebrates as he strikes out Mike Trout.

Japan wins, Ohtani strikes out Trout to close World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic came to a dramatic conclusion on Tuesday as two current MLB teammates faced each other for the tournament's final out.

 | Justin Boggs

A general view of the opening day game between the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley Field, April 16, 1929

Why does baseball have an antitrust exemption?

It's been just over 100 years since the supreme court said anti-trust law does not apply to major league baseball.

 | Andrew Rafferty

WNBA player Brittney Griner plays basketball.

The WNBA is pushing to change its travel arrangements

WNBA players have to fly commercial, while other sports leagues and its male counterpart are able to charter flights.

 | Paul Crane

Shaquille O'Neal, Friday, Feb. 10, 2023, at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Shaquille O’Neal responds after questions about hospitalization

Shaquille O’Neal recently posted a photo while in a hospital bed hooked up to machines, which concerned fans.

 | Scripps News Staff

Closeup of a glove and the UFC logo.

UFC fighter comes out as bisexual after intimate video leaks online

UFC flyweight competitor Jeff Molina made the announcement on Twitter, criticizing the person who leaked the video.

 | Gage Jackson

U.S.'s Paul Goldschmidt.

Team USA advances to World Baseball Classic finals

The Americans trounced Cuba 14-2 to advance to the championship for the second consecutive time. They will play either Japan or Mexico.

 | Gage Jackson

Princeton forward Zach Martini.

15th-seeded Princeton beats Missouri 78-63 to reach Sweet 16

The Tigers will be the second Ivy League school to make the Sweet 16 in the past 43 tournaments, joining Cornell in 2010.

 | AP

Washington Wizards' Kristaps Porzingis (6) shoots over Cleveland Cavaliers' Evan Mobley.

Darius Garland has 24 points, Cavaliers beat Wizards 117-94

The Cleveland Cavaliers never trailed in a 117-94 victory over the Washington Wizards on Friday night.

 | AP

Fairleigh Dickinson guard Grant Singleton.

Fairleigh Dickinson stuns No. 1 seed Purdue in March Madness

Fairleigh Dickinson became the second No. 16 seed in history to win an NCAA Tournament game, stunning top-seeded Purdue 63-58.

 | AP

Furman guard JP Pegues celebrates with the team after defeating Virginia.

How many perfect brackets remain after 1st day of NCAA tournament?

Less than 1% of NCAA men's basketball tournament brackets remain unbusted in the four major online bracket challenges.

 | Scripps News Staff

Trevon Faulkner of Northern Kentucky goes up for a jump shot.

March Madness brackets: A mathematician's formula for the best outcome

Putting together a March Madness bracket might seem like a guessing game, but can the power of math help perfect your choices?

 | Douglas Jones

Princeton head coach Mitch Henderson embraces guard Matt Allocco.

Princeton stuns Arizona for huge March Madness upset

This year's March Madness upset came early as Arizona blew a large lead, losing to 15-seed Princeton late in the second half.

 | Scripps News Staff

A customer makes a sports bet.

Survey finds 68 million Americans plan to place a March Madness bet

Millions of fans will tune in to watch the March Madness tournament, and millions will also place a sports bet — most of them for the first time.

 | Adi Guajardo

A pitcher delivers the baseball

MLB asks umpires for heightened sticky substance checks

Major League Baseball is again looking at in-game inspections by umpires for those banned grip aids.

 | AP

Person show a receipt after placing a sports bet on a mobile device.

Mobile sports bets booming in some states as others shy away

States with mobile betting appear to be banking bigger bucks than those that allow only in-person sports wagers.

 | AP

United States' Mike Trout celebrates after hitting a two-run single against Colombia in the World Baseball Classic.

Team USA knocks out Colombia, advances to WBC quarterfinals

After defeating Colombia 3-1 in pool play, the Americans will now face the undefeated Venezuela team in a win-or-go-home quarterfinals matchup.

 | Gage Jackson

NCAA March Madness basketball.

Has there ever been a perfect March Madness bracket?

An Ohio man is noted for having the longest run of a perfect NCAA Tournament bracket.

 | Justin Boggs

A basketball player passes the ball.

College basketball rule changes are affecting March Madness

Since 2021, key factors in how players can make money and their transfer eligibility have influenced basketball's big tournament.

 | Meg Hilling

Long March Madness run coming to a close for Jim Nantz

Jim Nantz and executives at CBS decided years ago that their March Madness top announcer would end his run with the tournament. So, here we are.

 | AP

Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant

Ja Morant suspended for 8 games without pay

The punishment comes in response to the basketball star live streaming on camera with a gun while intoxicated at a Denver nightclub.

 | Elina Tarkazikis

Craig Caswell in the lobby of Bender Arena after the final game, Washington, DC in February 2023

Man achieves seeing every NCAA D1 men’s basketball team play in person

The accomplishment took Craig Caswell of Ohio 21 years to complete.

 | Chloe Nordquist

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers says he wants to play for the New York Jets

Aaron Rodgers appears ready to leave Green Bay for New York. The quarterback says he's interested in playing for the Jets next season.

 | Scripps News Milwaukee

Michael Jordan goes up for a dunk against the Indiana Pacers in the 1998 NBA Playoffs.

Shoes from Michael Jordan's 'Last Dance' up for auction

Michael Jordan wore the shoes during his "Last Dance" with the Bulls. Twenty-five years later, those shoes are up for auction.

 | Justin Boggs

A Bally Sports logo at Roger Dean Stadium, Saturday, March 4, 2023, in Jupiter, Fla. (AP)

Bally Sports parent company files for bankruptcy protection

The owner of Bally Sports has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as analysts watch to see if it's a sign of what's to come for the industry.

 | Scripps News Staff

Dick Fosbury, of the United States, clears the bar in the high jump competition at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics

Revolutionary Olympian Dick Fosbury has died at age 76

Fosbury died over the weekend at age 76 from lymphoma. But the "Fosbury flop" lives on, practiced by high jump athletes around the world.

 | Clayton Sandell

Memphis Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant.

Grizzlies' Morant reportedly enters counseling following gun incident

The Memphis Grizzlies have not given a timeline for the NBA All-Star's return.

 | Gage Jackson

Ryan Redington greets fans in Anchorage, Alaska

Grandson of race co-founder wins the Iditarod sled dog race

Ryan Redington won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. He is the grandson of Joe Redington Sr., who helped co-found the arduous race across Alaska.

 | AP

Puerto Rico's Francisco Lindor, rear, hugs teammate Enrique Hernandez after a World Baseball Classic win over Israel.

Puerto Rico pitches first-ever WBC perfect game in 10-0 rout of Israel

The game ended in mercy-rule fashion after just eight innings.

 | Gage Jackson