Whatever happened to Jim McMahon, the ‘punky QB’ and offensive leader of the 1985 Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears?
NBA Hall of Famers Shaquille O’Neal and Wilt Chamberlain combined to miss more than 11,000 free throws in their careers.
The Dallas Cowboys owned Green Bay Packers’ Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre, especially in games played in Texas.
Former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett has gone from football star to prisoner to motivational speaker.
Former NBA second-overall pick Darko Milicic fires back at Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony for their comments about him.
Brian Jordan, who played professionally for the Atlanta Braves and Atlanta Falcons, is always the forgotten two-sport athlete.
Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris Paul once deliberately threw up an airball from the foul line and then walked off the court.
What eventually happened to the baseball bat Roger Clemens allegedly threw at Mike Piazza during the 2000 World Series?
In 1977, Lusia Harris was drafted by the New Orleans Jazz, making here the first and only woman drafted in the NBA…or was she?
Art Modell’s toilet, Andre Agassi’s ponytail head a unique list of wacky sports items ever to be auctioned off.
Former prep basketball phenom and NBA player Darius Miles made a lot of money playing basketball and saw it all go away quickly.
Dallas Cowboys star DE DeMarcus Lawrence once snubbed a young fan asking for his autograph because of the shirt he was wearing.
NBA television analyst Doris Burke opens up about her recent two weeks after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Legendary tennis player John McEnroe is the owner of the biggest tantrum in all of professional sports after his 1981 Wimbledon outburst.
Former MLB All-Star catcher Mike Piazza reflects on his on-the-field issues with pitcher Roger Clemens during the 2000 season.
Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose offers advice and insight to players who will have a delayed start to the 2020 season.
Charles Barkley once went on the air and said the reason why Michael Jordan is so rich is because he is so cheap.
Remembering one-handed pitcher Jim Abbott’s no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians and finding out what he is doing today.
Since when did 5-foot-6 legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao become a ‘member’ of the Boston Celtics basketball team?
Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant is running away with the Rookie of the Year Award over Zion Williamson, according to an ESPN straw poll.
Brooklyn Nets standout Kevin Durant has a net worth and an empire that’s likely bigger than you can imagine.
Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck is making it impossible to hate him as he works on his play-by-play skills on social media.
Would Major League Baseball consider playing seven-inning doubleheaders to help save the 2020 baseball season?
Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns issues a heartbreaking plea to public after his mother is in a medically induced coma.
Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O’Neal had a monster game against the Clippers 20 hyears ago on his birthday.
Pat Riley’s silent message to Shaquille O’Neal, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat in the 2005-06 NBA finals was very effective.
If you’re looking to get former New England Patriot and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s autograph, expect to pay up.
Former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Tony Mandarich blames painkillers and alcohol for his well-publicized bust label.
Remembering Shaquille O’Neal’s epic college basketball matchup with Loyola Marymount’s Hank Gathers 30 years ago.
NBA teams may be forced to base their draft decisions on Skype interviews as it’s expected there will be no in-person workouts, interviews.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Quinn Cook describes the ‘worst 8, 9 seconds’ of life after getting tested for the coronavirus.
NBA legend Michael Jordan taunted New York Yankee great Derek Jeter about having six championship rings to Jeter’s five.
Whatever happened to Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Ickey Woods and his Ickey Shuffle celebration dance?
New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson is helping erase the stigma that Duke players can’t survive in the NBA.
NBA fans may actually get a taste of basketball in April as Big3 founder Ice Cube prepares to launch a quarantined tournament.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is being sued for posting a picture of himself on his personal Facebook page.
Snubbed former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Drew Pearson deserves to be a member of the NFL’s Hall of Fame.
National Basketball Players Association executive Michele Roberts says an alarming number of NBA players could test positive for coronavirus.
Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo shows he is not musically inclined during his downtime as the NBA season is suspended.
Would troubled wide receiver Antonio Brown join former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson once scored 60 points in an NBA game and dribbled only 11 times.
Kevin Durant is one of four Brooklyn Nets players to have been tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing NBA total to seven.
Did Celtics center Enes Kanter troll former Boston point guard Kyrie Irving on Twitter for the second time?
Could the leagacy of legendary quarterback Tom Brady be hurt by him moving on from the New England Patriots?
Does the Stefon Diggs trade push the Buffalo Bills past the New England Patriots as kings of the AFC East?
Kacey Reynolds, the biggest fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, fulfilled a lifelong dream by accouncing the Bucs’ top draft pick last year.
Utah’s Donovan Mitchell reportedly ‘extremely frustrated’ with Jazz teammate Rudy Gobert after coronavirus diagnosis.
While most of the sports world throughout the country is on hiatus due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the New York Yankees have decided to keep working. Although Major League Baseball has pushed back the beginning of the start to the MLB season and canceled the rest of spring training, the Yankees have unanimously voted to …
Rick Barry successfully mastered the art of the underhand free throw, but the NBA players of today aren’t following suit.
Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo joins list of those donating to help hourly workers in NBA arenas.