The Aces ran past the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday at Michelob Ultra Arena, running their record to 6-1 after a record-breaking 38 points in the third quarter.
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Pete DeBoer was fired as coach of the Golden Knights on Monday, meaning the team will soon have a third person hired to the position in six seasons.
Even with a flood of club teams, there are those who still believe in Little League’s stated mission of youth development and leadership.
The Raiders on Friday announced team president Dan Ventrelle was no longer part of the organization.
Pete DeBoer did an admirable job as the Golden Knights’ coach given that his team lost 500 man-games to injury. For that reason alone, he deserves to keep his job.
Zamir White, a fourth-round draft pick out of Georgia, wasn’t supposed to live more than two weeks when born.
The team has sent a pretty clear message to players under new general manager Dave Ziegler and head coach Josh McDaniels.
In trading for wide receiver Davante Adams from the Packers, the Raiders secured a far more polished player than any available in the first round of the NFL draft.
The onus to improve what have been some questionable recent draft picks falls on new general manager Dave Ziegler and coach Josh McDaniels.
Former UNLV star Randall Cunningham took a walk around a mall to take his mind off the draft. Former Rancho High standout Mike Pritchard almost overslept, waking up at pick No. 6.
The NFL draft that was meant to be in Las Vegas in 2020 has arrived, and not even a pandemic could change this: The town that does everything big won’t disappoint.
Robin Lehner served as backup goalie for the Golden Knights in a 5-4 shootout loss against San Jose on Sunday night.
Third-year head coach Marcus Arroyo wants his players to take more ownership of their program, work ethic and responsibilities.
Golden Knights goaltender Robin Lehner played the first 20 minutes against the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night before being replaced by Logan Thompson.
The Knights, fighting for a Stanley Cup playoff berth, are also concerned with what other teams are doing on a nightly basis.