The hosts will look to continue an improbable run against a solid Croatia squad.
After shaking off the ghosts from past World Cups, what will England do next?
Jackson left the Lakers for a second time in 2011 and retired from basketball in 2016.
Quarter finals get underway on Friday with France vs Uruguay.
The two rookies were immediately separated by teammates.
The team and their coach have been trapped in a cave since June 23.
Uruguay seems likely to prove a tough challenge for France, a squad considered one of the tournament favorites.
The World Cup favorite is set to face its toughest test yet on Friday.
The quarterfinals will kick off on Friday with Uruguay vs. France
Paul George has opted to stay in Oklahoma, while Kawhi Leonard appears reluctant to join the Lakers.
The Portuguese star continues to be linked with a $116 million move to Turin.
The Brazil star has been widely criticized for going to ground far too easily.
Current Ballon d'Or winner has been linked with a shock move away from Real Madrid this summer.
The four-time MVP left Cleveland and signed a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Last eight of the World Cup gets underway on Friday, with France vs Uruguay.
The quarterfinal matchups are officially set. Here's the schedule.
Dogs kicking soccer balls! Neat!
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner will reportedly earn $35 million every year in Italy.
Obi said he received the news shortly before the game last Tuesday.
A total of 13 players were ejected after the brawl.
Spanish giants say reports of a world-record bid for Neymar were false.
The 27-year-old signed a one-year deal with Golden State on Monday.
Short answer? A lot better.
The 2014 NBA Finals MVP wants the Spurs to trade him to L.A.
New World Cup, same result for El Tri.
Cristian Pavon was part of Argentina's squad at the World Cup and won two titles with Boca Juniors.
England will be under pressure to perform under the weight of a hopeful nation.
Roger Federer aims to clinch a ninth Wimbledon crown while Serena Williams returns to action.
Sports Illustrated writer Grant Wahl thinks reporters from "traditional soccer countries" often ask the worst questions.
The four-time MVP signed a four-year deal worth $154 million with the Lakers.