Sorry to disappoint you, conspiracy theorists, but Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin is very much alive and healing from the cardiac incident that derailed his season and almost ended his life on Monday Night Football. On Jan. 2, when the Bills met the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium, Hamlin, the Bills starting safety in place […]

"To have this jersey from that iconic moment is not only really special, but it has also served as this point of inspiration all over the world of Kobe in this jersey.” -Brahm Wachter, Sotheby’s head of streetwear and modern collectibles, in a statement to CNBC

Naomi Osaka has some news about the upcoming 2023 tennis season, but its not what sports fans expected.

Stephen Wardell Curry II has been a phenomenal NBA player, earning eight All-Star nods two MVP Awards and taking home the chip with the Golden State Warriors four times.

Being Black in all-white spaces is a challenge even for multimillionaire basketball players. Donovan Mitchell who now plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers found that out the hard way while playing for the Utah Jazz.

Tom Brady and Snoop Dogg are legends in in their respective fields of sports and music and those forces of entertainment came together for a recent podcast hosted by veteran sportscaster Jim Gray.

The rapper turned TV and film star was well known during his 'Fresh Prince' years for having the "freshest" kicks of the time. He says that he had no idea that his personal desire for the best sneakers available would turn out to be so impactful.

"I've tried, and I know it's tough on him, but I wish him all the best. It's a struggle for him... I mean, addiction is awful. And mental illness is awful. He's at the point in his life where he's got to want to be helped." Mark Cuban speaking with TMZ Sports about Delonte West in early October 2022

"Yeah, obviously. That's why I said it... I fought fire with fire. I'm not here to get hosed down." rapper Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) admitting to TV personality Piers Morgan that he knew his anti-Semitic comments were racist

Brittney Griner has lost her appeal and will spend nine years in a Russian penal colony unless the U.S. can intervene.