If not for an elbow injury, Hulk Hogan could have been running wild on the baseball diamond rather than the wrestling ring.
According to Stephen A. Smith, LeBron James could miss his only chance to win a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Spurs big man Tim Duncan might have played boring basketball, but that helped him gain a mental edge over his opponents.
New England Patriots head coach doesn’t like to share very often, but you can now read his old plan to build an NFL champion.
Remembering the late Tom Dempsey, who was born without toes but still kicked one of the NFL’s longest field goals.
This fall, the NFL playoffs will look a bit different. The newly expanded postseason field, however, could create one unintended consequence.
During his playing career, Terrell Owens earned nearly $80 million. A string of bad decisions, however, took it all away.
In 1991, Charles Barkley infamously spit on a fan. That terrible moment, however, actually saved the forward’s NBA career.
George Foreman was an accomplished boxer, but his prize money can’t compare to the profits from his famous grill.
Michael Jordan will go down in history as one of sports’ best trash-talkers. Even Bill Clinton wasn’t safe from MJ on the golf course.
Randall Cunningham isn’t suiting up for the Philadelphia Eagles anymore, but he’s still making an impact on Sundays.
While we all know Rickey Henderson as a Hall of Fame Baseball player, he could have been an NFL star. His mother, however, intervened.
This season, the NFL playoffs will expand to 14 total teams. Even that change, however, wouldn’t have helped the 2019 Dallas Cowboys.
During the 2000s, few Major League baseball players were more famous than Barry Bonds. What happened to the San Francisco Giants slugger?
Kansas City Chiefs running back Joe Delaney seemed poised for NFL greatness, but sacrificed everything to save a stranger’s life.
While the NBA season might be suspended, Giannis Antetokounmpo may have used his downtime to end his beef with James Harden.
For years, Ben Wallace did the dirty work for the Detroit Pistons. Even in retirement, he’s still helping the organization out.
Stan Van Gundy isn’t interested in coaching the New York Knicks; in fact, he considers the organization “extremely dysfunctional.”
Some ideas sound strange, but are crazy enough to work. Then, there’s Jay Williams idea of finishing the NBA season on a cruise ship.
If Antonio Brown wants to return to the NFL, he’ll need plenty of help. That guidance, however, shouldn’t be coming from Floyd Mayweather.
Patrick Mahomes has already led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl title, but bookmakers think he can take home more silverware this season.
Carmelo Anthony doesn’t have the best reputation, but Iman Shumpert recently confirmed the veteran forward was a true leader.
Ten years ago, Ali Farokhmanesh became a household name after helping UNI knock Kanasas out of the NCAA Tournament. Where is he now?
Wheaties may be known as “the breakfast of Champions,” but Shaquille O’Neal refused to appear on the cereal box twice.
Charles Barkley is far from conventional, but imitating the ‘Karate Kid’ in a street fight takes things to a whole new level.
During his playing career, Ozzie Smith endeared himself to St. Louis Cardinals fans. What happened to the legendary shortstop?
Why did Stephen A. Smith recently claim that Kawhi Leonard was the modern athlete most like Michael Jordan?
Earlier this offseason, Tony Romo signed a massive contract with CBS. Don’t expect the former quarterback to talk about the negotiations, though.
During his NBA career, Michael Jordan displayed an incredible will to win. That competitiveness, however, now extends to much simpler games.
In 1984, Sam Bowie was infamously drafted ahead of Michael Jordan. What happened to the big man after that, though?
It’s been almost two decades since Karl Malone took the court for an NBA game. What’s happened to the Mailman since he retired?
Michael Jordan was an elite player, but he was also a brutal trash talker. On one occasion, he even ruined a teammate’s NBA career.
Isiah Thomas was initially disappointed when he failed to make the Dream Team. Now, he sees there was a silver lining.
While virtually the entire sports world has come to a standstill, the NFL offseason is still trucking along. Every team in the league is trying to improve their rosters wherever they can; that improvement, however, doesn’t only come from signing stars. In fact, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Carolina Panthers have been looking for …
Zion Williamson has racked up plenty of honors in his brief basketball career, but he’s now the namesake of a baby penguin.
Toward the end of Larry Bird’s NBA career, he had season-ending ankle surgery. The forward responded by eating way too much cake and ice cream.
While Patriots head coach Bill Belichick isn’t the most forthcoming speaker, even he can’t help but praise some of his former players.
30 years ago, James “Buster” Douglas upset Mike Tyson in historic fashion. Where is the former heavyweight champ now?
Ever since he retired, Peyton Manning has seemed like a perfect NFL analyst. Don’t expect him to join ESPN’s Monday Night Football, though.
Cris Carter had a Hall of Fame football career before moving into the media. But what is the former Minnesota Vikings’ net worth?
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is far from an open book, but it sure seems like he’s a fan of Cam Newton’s game.
With the entire sports world on pause, fans everywhere are hoping for the return of football. When does the 2020 NFL season start?
O.J. Simpson might be primarily known for his legal issues, but he made NFL history during his time as a running back.
RJ Barrett has struggled during his first season in the NBA. Can the guard live up to the New York Knicks and Spike Lee’s expectations?
No matter where they’re playing, the Los Angeles Rams have always had the same name. But where did that moniker come from?
While most of the world has come to a screeching halt, the Las Vegas Raiders are still building their new, $1.9 billion stadium.
After Tom Brady’s departure, New England Patriots’ owner Robert Kraft has a specific request for Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.
Few uniforms in sports are more famous than Michael Jordan’s 23 Chicago Bulls jersey. But how did he get that iconic number?
Last summer, Melvin Gordon bet on himself and held out for a new contract. That move, however, cost the running back millions of dollars.
It might be the NFL offseason, but Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs teammates are still making a major impact in Kansas City.