From USA Today
USA Today Sports' catches up with Team USA basketball and talks about their favorite cartoons, television shows and which superpower they would like to have. Courtesy of Team USA.
USA TODAY Sports' Lindsay H. Jones breaks down why Browns coach Mike Pettine delayed naming his starting quarterback.
Considered the most challenging professional cycling race in the US, the USA Pro Challenge is now underway, featuring top teams from around the globe, August 18, 2014. Duration: 00:59
Former Juventus boss Antonio Conte has vowed to restore World Cup flops Italy to their traditional status as major powers in international football. Duration: 00:53
A golfer hit a hole-in-one that won him a new car and he celebrated like no one was watching, but as Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) shows us the whole thing was captured on a surveillance camera.
USA TODAY Sports' Tom Pelissero breaks down the Browns' quarterback situation.
LA Clippers fans welcomed new owner Steve Ballmer. The tech tycoon managed to buy the NBA basketball team after a legal tussle following the league's decision to oust former owner Donald Sterling, accused of making racist remarks. Duration: 01:21
Bucksport wastes no time getting back on the gridiron
South African teenagers are finding a refuge from gangland violence by taking to their surf boards. About 250 youths are being taught how to surf by Waves for Change, an NGO using the sport to reach young people suffering from trauma. Duration: 01:56
Basketball fans gather at the Venice playground in Los Angeles for the 'Venice basket league playoff', a playground basketball tournament. Duration: 01:30