We take a look at the week in the United States, with Chris Paul set to stay with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Tony Romo celebrated a wire-to-wire win in celebrity field including Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry.
The Los Angeles Lakers signed Anthony Davis, so the Los Angeles Clippers went out and recruited Kahwi Leonard and Paul George.
The NFL and MLB were hit by tragedy with the deaths of Jared Lorenzen and Tyler Skaggs.
The Chiefs receiver is banned from the team's training facility pending an investigation into possible child abuse, battery or neglect.
New Orleans Pelicans recruit Zion Williamson was surprised by a signed jersey from New Orleans Saints star Drew Brees.
Williamson was taken aback again as he was surprised by a signed jersey from the Saints quarterback.
Hill's upcoming meeting with the league could address his status for the upcoming season and, more timely, training camp.
The report comes after an amendment was made Tuesday to New York's sports betting bill.
The Golden State Warriors will have to rally if they want to take home a championship and the Chicago Cubs signed a critical free agent.