You say the Rocky Steps in Philadelphia. I say a Draft Experience near Caesars Forum and the Linq. You say Lower Broadway in Nashville. I say the Las Vegas Strip.
The Aces lost to the Los Angeles Sparks in a closed-door scrimmage Sunday at Mandalay Bay. They were without projected starting point guard Chelsea Gray.
Golden Knights fans traveled en masse to the team’s road series in Arizona over the weekend, turning Gila River Arena into an extension of T-Mobile Arena.
The reviews of NFL draft experts on the Raiders’ latest haul were mixed.
The Raiders think they made the necessary moves during the NFL draft and free agency to address the weaknesses that sabotaged their playoff hopes the past two seasons.
Despite the two-year delay, Las Vegas’ grand plans for the draft are still in play, as the league looks to showcase its soon-to-be newest players in a way only possible here.
The light heavyweight contender dropped former title challenger Dominick Reyes late the second round of a thriller with a vicious back elbow.
Jonathan Marchessault scored a power-play goal with 1:56 remaining in overtime, and the Golden Knights earned a 3-2 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday.
It’s believed to be the first time in the history of the NFL draft a team has selected two players with the same name in the same year.
The Aviators are back and will play before fans this season, but COVID-19 protocols are expected to be followed. They open their season Thursday.
The Golden Knights were approved by Clark County to host 50 percent capacity at T-Mobile Arena for their three remaining home games.
Grant Stuard was picked last in the NFL draft on Saturday, making him the latest Mr. Irrelevant. He was selected by the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Green Bay leads the list of losers from the weekend’s NFL draft, but it was far from alone.
Missouri safety Tyree Gillespie, Illinois cornerback Nate Hobbs and Pittsburgh center Jimmy Morrissey were drafted by the Raiders.