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Lionel Messi, Roger Federer, and Serena Williams are just a few of the athletes who have changed dramatically over the years.
The NBA could look to the WNBA's new Commissioner's Cup as a model for its own in-season tournament, which ESPN reports is already in the works.
After a bizarre, 2-year saga where he appeared to forget how to shoot, Markelle Fultz is wowing the NBA world
Markelle Fultz's first two years in the NBA were not typical of a No. 1 pick, but now he is finding his groove and showing his talent with the Magic.
Andrew Luck is far from the first player to call it quits early, as plenty of other pro athletes have decided to retire sooner than expected.
The Knicks were roasted by fans when a fan hit a half-court shot was rewarded with $1,000 in scratch-off lottery tickets
Anthony Peterson hit a shot from half-court at a Knicks game, and came away with some tired wrists after scratching off his prize of 200 lottery tickets.
Andrew Yang takes a break from New Hampshire campaigning to talk the NBA, surviving his lonely high school years, rejecting identity politics, and rai...
Insider tagged along with the leader of the Yang Gang on the campaign trail to learn more about the man who launched a thousand "MATH" hats.
The NBA is reviewing Brooklyn Nets player Spencer Dinwiddie’s revised plan to turn his contract into a digital investment vehicle
Dinwiddie tweeted on Friday that the token would be released January 13, and referred to himself as "trying to do some fun stuff with his contract."
Zion Williamson unleashed a between-the-legs dunk during a shootaround at Madison Square Garden before the Pelicans' game against the Knicks.
Kevin Durant snapped back at a former teammate who said Russell Westbrook was the best player in Thunder history
Kevin Durant — who is known for his blunt commentary on social media — refused to let Kendrick Perkins sully his name without a fight.
Jimmy Butler called TJ Warren ‘soft’ and ‘trash’ after an on-court feud ended with profanities, blown kisses, middle fingers, ...
Jimmy Butler later posted a photo with the Heat's next game against the Pacers circled and tagged T.J. Warren in a provocative caption.