The NFL's Growing Class Divide Could Undermine a Potential Player Strike
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says a labor walkout is necessary to get concessions from league owners. But the have-and-have-not economy fostered by the 2011 CBA may make a strike less likely.
The Plot to Disrupt the NCAA with a Pay-for-Play HBCU Basketball League
The multibillion-dollar college sports industry exploits African-American athletes and has left historically black schools behind. Some people think there's a better way.
The Nazi Sibling Rivalry That Divided a Town and Created Modern Sportswear
By creating Adidas and Puma, the Dassler Brothers divided both their families and their home town, all while changing sports forever.
The Second Round of the NBA Draft Is Broken, But Not Beyond Repair
Right now, it makes far more sense for a player to go undrafted than to be selected in the back half of the NBA draft's second round—what some agents have started calling the "dead zone."
Even If the Sports Cable Bubble Bursts, You Probably Won't Save Money
Disney's reported $1 billion planned investment into BAM Tech, MLB's streaming-video company, is one of many reasons to believe that even in the era of cable cord-cutting, fans will still pay premium prices for sport broadcasts.
How To Sell A Soccer Team, Or The Rebirth Of The Boston Breakers
The Boston Breakers are trying to build a winning women's soccer team, and win some fans, as a new addition to a crowded sports marketplace. It's a process.