The Sacramento Kings announced Thursday that they would become the first professional sports franchise to accept Bitcoin virtual currency.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who has played in Nike shoes for his four-year NBA career, has signed with Under Armour, it was confirmed Tuesday morning.
If industry insiders laughed at the $450 million Joe Lacob and Peter Gubar paid for the Golden State Warriors in November 2010, one has to wonder what they would think now.
NBA life should be good for Jimmer Fredette in Sacramento. Or at least it should be better than the high-expectation existence he would have experienced just up the road from his college stardom in Provo.
Magic Johnson says owning an NBA team in Las Vegas would definitely appeal to him.
Reebok learned a lesson from Nike's controversies over labor issues before it made Yao Ming's new shoe.
Teams hoping to strike it rich by landing the No. 1 pick will need more than just the right lottery numbers.
Silence is a rare treat these days for Frank Bauer and Kenny Chapman, the agents who represent former NFL star Pat Tillman.
With MJ, maybe the NBA was headed for a big payday. Still, a lawyer turned businessman showed the way.
Denver Nuggets top draft pick Carmelo Anthony joined a new team on Tuesday: Team Jordan.
Here's the transcript from Show 136 of weekly Outside The Lines - Identity Theft
What would you be doing if you pretended to be Tiger Woods? One man is spending the rest of his life in jail.
Charlotte is a step closer to becoming an NBA city again.
Sports is a $200 billion industry that thrives mostly on the disposable income of fans. But could it survive a terrorist attack?
Fans have yet to feel pinch of rising cost of security at sports arenas and stadiums.
Fourteen years later, Pat Riley could cash in on his prediction of a Lakers "three-peat."