While Dale Earnhardt Jr. eventually became a NASCAR star in his own right, he only started racing to build a relationship with his father.
While Michael Jordan was capable of outscoring any given opponent, he couldn’t stand the way that Reggie Miller played defense.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. was a pretty talented NASCAR driver, he won Jeff Gordon with another feat: talking his way out of a speeding ticket.
Last offseason, Dak Prescott and Jerry Jones couldn’t agree to a new contract. This year, though, things might be different for the Dallas Cowboys QB.
With his latest behavior, Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving may have damaged both his legacy and his wallet in one fell swoop.
When Dennis Rodman joined the Dallas Mavericks, he wanted to wear number 69. David Stern and the NBA, however, had other ideas.
Before she made motorsports history in both IndyCar and NASCAR, Danica Patrick spent a brief and unsuccessful time working in retail.
After a bad experience, LA Lakers big man Anthony Davis will only sign endorsement deals with companies that fit with both him and his brand.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. could have avoided the Daytona International Speedway after his father’s tragic death, he embraced the track as a special place.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is prepared to celebrate a potential Super Bowl win by taking part in a treasured mafia tradition.
In college football, few teams are more famous than the Alabama Crimson Tide. How did the team get its colorful name and elephant mascot?
While New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has won plenty of awards, receiving one from Donald Trump could be a PR nightmare.
Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns didn’t just beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday…they also trolled JuJu Smith-Schuster.
Cris Collinsworth made it to two Super Bowls with the Cincinnati Bengals, but hasn’t forgotten that he failed to lift the Lombardi Trophy.
These days, David Montgomery is an impressive running back in the NFL. Before joining the Chicago Bears, though, he had a pretty tough childhood.
While Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has had plenty of success, his playoff record leaves something to be desired.
Cleveland Browns acting head coach Mike Priefer made hateful, homophobic comments during his time with the Minnesota Vikings.
While Tom Brady has built up an impeccable playoff resume, he doesn’t actually have a winning record in the Wild-Card round.
In an attempt to relax, Joe Buck once took a trip to Mexico and ate a ‘pot brownie.’ Things didn’t go according to plan, though, and he ‘damn near died.’
New York Giants great Michael Strahan prepared for NFL games in a pretty weird way: he would debate with his socks before putting them on.
While Anthony Davis makes plenty of money with the LA Lakers, the big man is prepared to save it for life beyond basketball.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a NASCAR legend, he owes his relationship with his wife, Amy, to another woman named Jane.
NHL goalie Ed Belfour offered police a billion dollar bribe after a drunken incident at a Dallas hotel.
Billy Cannon led an unbelievable life, winning the Hesiman Trophy at LSU, counterfeited millions of dollars, and ultimately finding redemption.
While CBS’ Tony Romo missed Week 17’s game, he could return to work for Wild-Card weekend in the most 2020 way possible.
While everyone knows Mike Tyson is intimidating, the former champ once admitted that he thought about killing people before he found boxing.
During his struggles with concussions, Dale Earnhardt Jr. kept secret notes on his iPhone, just in case the unthinkable happened.
Ahead of their first playoff game in almost 20 years, the Cleveland Browns are collectively having a pretty awful week of preparation.
While TNT’s ‘Inside the NBA’ might be fun to watch, Charles Barkley once revealed that things can get pretty boring on the set during filming.
Last offseason, Jason Garrett left the Dallas Cowboys and joined the New York Giants. This year, his clapping may finally leave the NFC East.
While it’s been quite a few years since O.J. Simpson suited up for the Buffalo Bills, he still thinks pretty highly of his former employer.
Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo adds an unexpected secret ingredient to his smoothies to help aid his rest and recovery.
While the NFL playoffs are only beginning, Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith just received an incredible trophy from his wife.
NBC’s Cris Collinsworth earned some rare praise on Sunday Night when called out the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback change.
While NBC’s Al Michaels is a respected media veteran, he once cracked a regrettable Harvey Weinstein joke during Sunday Night Football.
Green Bay Packers quarterbackAaron Rodgers is having an MVP-quality campaign; those performances have already earned him at least one award.
While the Washington Football Team didn’t exactly set the NFL on fire during 2020, they’ll control the fate of the entire NFC East come Week 17.
While Michael Strahan has found fame and fortune on both the NFL gridiron and TV, his most valuable possession dates back to childhood.
After a disappointing rookie campaign that was blighted by injury, New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson changed his diet.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. has plenty of experience behind the wheel, he and his wife once had a drunken go-karting accident.
When Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was asked to compare LeBron James and Luka Doncic, his comments stood out for the wrong reason.
While Michael Strahan doesn’t regret his retirement, the former New York Giants great does feel like his NFL career should have ended differently.
In 1968, Minnesota North Stars forward Bill Masterton tragically became the only NHL player to die from his on-ice injuries.
Shaquille O’Neal, like virtually everyone else, had a tough 2020. The big man, however, still managed to learn an important lesson during the year.
In a recent interview, Shaquille O’Neal explained exactly how LeBron James can surpass Michael Jordan and become basketball’s GOAT.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. built up an impressive resume on the NASCAR circuit, he admits that he had fun rather than making the most of his talent.
While LeBron James’ 36th birthday will be a bit different due to COVID-19, he’ll still be celebrating his big day in an incredibly fitting way.
While Danica Patrick spent almost three decades in the world of motorsports, she doesn’t miss racing now that she’s retired.
While it’s been quite a while since Cris Collinsworth played for the Cincinnati Bengals, he could lose his place in franchise history in Week 17.
Last season, Jimmy Butler had a coming out party with the Miami Heat. On Tuesday night, however, the forward won’t be playing on national TV.
While it’s been quite a few years since Baron Davis hit the NBA hardwood, the guard is reportedly closing in on a $2.4 billion business deal.