Keith Van Horn had an All-American career at Utah before helping the New Jersey Nets make it to the NBA Finals in 2002. He retired from the game in 2006. Where is he today?
Since the COVID-19 outbreak started in the United States, daily sports headlines have reported one athlete after another getting tested while many in hard-hit areas have no such access to testing. In recent days, there have been reports of MLB players getting elective surgeries when it has been recommended all operations be postponed or cancelled. …
We’ve all seen headlines where baseball players have undergone Tommy John surgery. What is the specific type of surgery and who is Tommy John?
Jared Lorenzen battled weight issues his entire life. Despite those struggles, he still managed to excel in football. Unfortunately, he lost the battle and died at the age of 38.
NBA officials are looking to the future and developing a roadmap for a potential return to action. It includes playing all games in one or two locations.
Rae Carruth’s story is a tragic one. In 2001 Carruth was found guilty of orchestrating the murder of his girlfriend and attempting to destroy their unborn child. Carruth went to prison for nearly 19 years. He got out in October 2018. Today, Carruth is trying to stay focused on the present with the hopes of …
Hakeem Olajuwon was one of the greatest centers in NBA history. Since retiring in 2002, Olajuwon has helped other big-name players with their inside games. Where is he today?
Myron Rolle made a name for himself tackling receivers and running backs at Florida State and in the NFL. Today, as a doctor, he’s tackling a much bigger and deadly opponent in COVID-19.
Steph Curry is a leader on the court for the Golden State Warriors earning a pair of MVPs. Now, in the midst of the pandemic, he’s become a leader off the court helping in the community.
Michael Jordan set a lot of records in his career. But in all those records, he never had a night like March 28, 1990 when he scored a career-best 69 points.
The Harlem Globetrotters were known for their dazzling skills and over-the-top pranks. Curly Neal, one of the team’s greats, passed away this week but left a legacy that won’t soon be forgotten.
With the NCAA already cancelling spring sports and so much uncertainty about the future, college football fans might start preparing for a worst-case scenario.
Brett Favre is a Hall of Fame quarterback. Favre’s NFL career almost ended before it started in the summer of 1990 when he nearly died in car accident.
Reggie Jackson hit three home runs in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series to clinch the title. He hit one on opening day in 1978 and it sent candy bars flying.
How did every hitter on the 1940 Chicago White Sox opening day roster end the day with the same batting average as they started? Bob Feller tossed a no-hitter.
Tiger Woods is considered by many to be the greatest golfer of all time. He’s hit some incredible shots. How many holes-in-one has he made?
Michael Jordan and LeBron James have both had record-setting careers. Now they are together on a record-setting NBA card, and the amount is staggering.
Deion Sanders had a brash style and often rubbed players the wrong way. Today, Sanders is mentoring Antonio Brown and is seeing positive results.
Randy Johnson tossed a no-hitter, threw a perfect game, and won five Cy Young Awards. He’s remembered by many for a single pitch that detonated a bird.
Adrian Dantley played 17 years in the NBA and is in the Basketball Hall of Fame. Today, he’s making less than $15,000 annually and working as a crossing guard. What happened?
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are the most recognizable cheerleading squad in sports. Here’s a look at how they become so popular.
Jeff George was the No. 1 pick in the 1990 NFL Draft. He never lived up to the expectations. Where is Jeff George today?
Mike Tyson interviewed rapper Eminem for his podcast and the two discussed a range of topics including why Tyson loved hurting people.
When Michael Jordan stepped away from basketball in 1993, rumors quickly spread as to the reason why. Steve Kerr finally addresses the conspiracy theories.
Kenny Rogers made his name in music, but he left a mark in the world of sports including the time he took on Michael Jordan.
Donovan McNabb thinks the Patriots should sign Jameis Winston to replace Tom Brady in New England. Is that such a crazy idea?
In 2000, after Paul Pierce was stabbed in a nightclub incident, the Celtics star recently admitted he carried a gun for two years and was ready to kill if necessary.
The Masters has been played in April 81 of its 83 years. With that not happening in 2020, online clues indicate it might take place in October.
We’re all missing the NCAA Tournament this year. Here’s a list of five things we miss most about this crazy time of year we call March Madness.
New York Giants backup quarterback Alex Tanney, who is best known for his viral trick-shot video, has made over a million dollars for one pass.
In Brett Favre’s 20-year NFL career, he set many records along the way. His success resulted in numerous endorsements. How much is Favre’s net worth?
Since Josh Gordon first played in the NFL, he’s been suspended six times in eight years. Gordon hopes to return in 2020 in what will likely be his last chance.
Athletes often purchase expensive pieces of custom-made jewelry. Where do they get it? From the King of Bling who designed Miami’s famous Turnover Chain.
Derrick Henry considered Kobe Bryant his all-time favorite athlete. To show how much Henry respected him, he purchased an expensive custom-made necklace.
Michael Jordan achieved greatness because he demanded excellence. A new video from The Last Dance documentary shows just how demanding Jordan could be.
To NBA fans, Dennis Rodman is one of the greatest rebounders of all time. To everyone else, he’s someone who makes the headlines for some bizarre reasons.
Tom Brady is easily the greatest sixth-round selection in NFL history. Here’s a look at the other five best sixth-round picks who’ve made their marks.
When Baltimore traded tight end, Hayden Hurst, to the Atlanta Falcons this week, the Ravens 2018 first-round draft pick knew it would offer him a chance at a fresh start. And if there’s anyone who knows about fresh starts, it’s Hurst. Four years ago, Hurst had an epiphany handcuffed to a hospital bed and that’s …
Larry Bird is one of the greatest players in NBA history. In his career, he built a considerable amount of wealth. How much is Larry Bird’s net worth?
Mean Joe Greene is a four-time Super Bowl winner and Hall of Famer. Forty years after his playing days, he’s remembered most for his iconic Coke commercial.
Loyola University stunned the NCAA Tournament field in 2018 making it to the Final Four with a nun providing spiritual support. What happened to Sister Jean?
The Dallas Cowboys may not be winning on the field, but the team regularly wins the TV ratings battle each year. The 2019 season was no different.
Thirty years ago Loyola Marymount faced Michigan, the defending champs. When it ended, it was the highest-scoring game in NCAA Tournament history.
For years athletes have used smelling salts and claimed it improves their on-field performance. The medical community disagrees.
Less than a year ago Kevin Durant suffered a devastating Achilles injury. No one expected him to return this season. A new video shows he might be close.
Kyle Singler shined on college basketball’s biggest stage in the 2010 NCAA Tournament. Less than a decade later, and he’s out of the game. What happened?
Jon Kitna never planned on playing in the NFL. He always envisioned coaching high school football. After a 15-year career, he’s now living out his dream.
Michael Jordan shocked the world when he suddenly quit basketball at the prime of his career in 1993. More than a year later, he surprised everyone with his return.
Kenny Vaccaro has made a name for himself as a big-hitting safety for the Tennessee Titans. Now he’s making a name in the esports world.
The first season of the XFL has come to an abrupt end. Now it’s time to hand out some awards to the league’s best. All awards include an asterisk.