Jurgen Klopp’s team is in need of a win after drawing with Sevilla in the first game of Group E.
The Lakers entered training camps this week, and they were going to be working on one area only.
The Portuguese coach already has an eye on the business his team will do next summer.
Liverpool faces Spartak Moscow in the second game of Group E.
After a weekend of NFL teams defying the president, basketball is already sounding off over Trump’s comments a week before the start of the season.
The Patriots quarterback criticized the president’s remarks on NFL players who protest the national anthem.
“It’ll get you a ride on a Greyhound bus,” one team owner told drivers thinking of protesting.
The president urged owners of football teams to fire players who take a knee during the national anthem.
The New York Giants lost again but Beckham made the most of his first score.
The point guard was part of the deal that saw Kyrie Irving trade to Boston, and Thomas go to the Cavaliers.
The Golden State star may be in danger of forever being remembered for his social media faux pas.
Houston finished third in the Western Conference in the last campaign, but after Monday they could be ready to take on the Warriors.
Manchester United eased into the fourth round of the competition with a 4-1 win at Old Trafford.
The Golden State Warriors star was defending himself on social media on a fake account and got caught out.
The Lakers brought Ball to L.A. as the second overall draft pick, and they have high hopes for him.
The two clubs have begun the Premier League season at pace, and will also battle it out in the transfer market.
Magic Johnson may have been effusive about Lonzo Ball, but he says the team has great expectations for Nance Jr. as well.
The Chelsea forward has been talking about the impact of the Italian manager, and how quickly he helped him.
The forward has a decision to make on his future, and the Lakers are trying to make it easy for him.
Manchester United is riding high in the Premier League but there is a problem that needs to be resolved in the background.
Everything is going so smoothly for Mourinho’s team, but could he be set to lose one of his strongest assets?
The wide receiver injured himself in preseason and missed the first game of the season: a loss to the Cowboys.
The three-time MVP can opt out of his contract in Cleveland next summer, but will he choose to do it then?