Kacie HollinsKacie is a journalism school graduate from Calgary who caught the sports bug, moved to Toronto, and wound up at CBC. Though basketball is her game, she's covered just about everything involving a stick, sword, ball or bat.
NBA veteran Jerry Stackhouse knows what it takes to succeed in the big leagues. As the head coach of the Development League's Raptors 905, he's now guiding the next generation in the season's most crucial moment. more »
Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay will need season-ending surgery to repair a ruptured left Achilles tendon. The Kings said Thursday that an MRI confirmed that Gay had a full rupture of the tendon and will undergo surgery in the coming days. more »
On Friday morning, the whistle will blow on the Barack Obama presidency when the title of POTUS is officially transferred to incoming U.S. commander in chief Donald Trump. An avid sports enthusiast, Obama may just go down as one of the sportiest presidents in American history. more »
Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly show spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On Saturday's show we will feature World Cup alpine skiing and snowboard slopestyle as well as bobsled, skeleton and moguls. more »
Milos Raonic's machine-like advance through the Australian Open suffered a brief glitch against Gilles Simon but the Canadian re-booted to delete the dogged Frenchman 6-2 7-6(5) 3-6 6-3 and reach the fourth round on Saturday. more »