The NFL, MLB, NBA, etc., did not create the dynamics behind homelessness and their primary missions do not rest on providing social services. But they are huge players in communities and should care about improving the lives of very vulnerable people where their personnel work.
Now that the Iowa Caucus has concluded, the political playoffs have finally begun. The Republican Party still has an overcrowded roster, which will be trimmed after the New Hampshire primary, with some veteran players likely to be cut. But who would have ever imagined that rookies such as Donald Trump and Ben Carson could even make it to prime time with no in-game experience?
While any sports shoe and apparel manufacturer can sign star athletes, Under Armour and Nike's other rivals have yet to master its use of the news media for promotional leverage. Nike pioneered this strategy during the 1984 Olympics.
Former Washington Wizards superstar Gilbert Arenas is at it again and love it or not, he's transitioning smoothly into his new career as one of America's most hated Internet villains.
Mr. Malone, are you the mailman who wants to help deliver the news that some sanity needs to be injected into our gun culture? Or are you the gunman whose silence helps perpetuate the killing? The shot clock's running.
Professional athletes represent the epitome of health and fitness. But many pro-athletes have shared their stories battling IBD, along with more than 1.6 million Americans.
One Friday afternoon in Princeton, I ran into a young man working to recruit high schoolers to Princeton Football. Brad Baker is the Assistant Director of Football Operations for the Tigers. After talking for a while, it was easy to see the connections between football and entrepreneurship.
Attention basketball fans: there is an amazing phenomenon going on here in the Bay Area.
I actually admire James' decision to stay quiet on a situation that he has little knowledge on, rather than giving an uninformed opinion. In my opinion, James demonstrated exactly why we should not expect athletes to be voices when it comes to serious social issues.
Over the last week, Heat players and executives have been as busy off of the court as they have been on it, as they have been spreading holiday cheer throughout the Miami community.
The Los Angeles Lakers' Metta World Peace speaks about the struggles of NBA fatherhood, African American struggles and his new documentary When the Bell Rings.
By Megan Gustashaw for GQ. The Warriors may be undefeated, but no one messing with LeBron's squad in the game cal...
On Monday November 16, 2015, Adrienne Bosh, wife of the Miami HEAT's Chris Bosh, opened the doors to a project she's been working on for two years. Through babies, basketball, and her husband Chris Bosh's sudden health scare, she's persevered and continued to pursue her champagne dreams.
The Pistons hung tough all night, but the Warriors separated late and won comfortably 109-95.
The NBA season is upon us, and what better way to welcome basketball back than to take a look at some of the world's greatest athletes through a cynic...
I don't know if the Warriors will repeat this year, but they certainly had a good swag on to start the 2015-2016 season. All I know is we won last year and no one can ever take that away from us. Go Dubs!