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"He was really diverse in this first few moments of retirement," says Kenneth Shropshire of Arizona State University.
As athletes demand equal pay, a salary hike in women's basketball is promising
Stern died of complications stemming from a brain hemorrhage he suffered on Dec. 12.
There's way more to one player than meets the eye.
"This merging of artificial intelligence and basketball is a really powerful thing," said Dr. Rachel Marty Pyke, data scientist.
Duke's Zion Williamson split his Nike shoe wide open in a game against rival North Carolina, injuring his knee.
The NFL playoffs begin this weekend amid a scoring boom in football — and basketball as well.
LeBron James has announced he’s leaving his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time, heading west to join the 16-time national champion Los Angeles Lakers. After his first departure in 2010 for Miami, Cleveland restaurant owners noticed a slump in…
The NBA draft takes place tomorrow in Brooklyn, when teams make big bets on young players, hoping they might been the next LeBron James or Steph Curry, that once-in-a-generation player who can transform a team’s fortunes. But these players are…
A New Jersey casino gambling case before the Supreme Court could open the door for more legal sports gambling.