Bookmaking might be illegal, but that's not what worries NYC bookie Floyd Fielding, writes Tim Struby in ESPN The Magazine. Lying, traffic and cheating are far more stressful.
In a short story by Tom Barbash for ESPN The Magazine's Fiction Issue, LeBron James shocks the world with a surprising career change in 2015.
You don't need a 90-mph fastball or a 40-inch vertical to get a job in sports. These seven ordinary folks took a different path to the ballpark.
Want to know how some prominent athletes would fix their sports, if they had the chance? We have the answers.
Page 2's Sam Alipour takes us on a stroll to the set of "The Young and the Restless" with the Milwaukee Brewers.
The fastest-rising star in the world's most controversial sport, Chuck Liddell has frightened a lot of opponents -- including old-school sports guys. Not bad for someone who paints his toenails.
The Sports Gal challenged Bill Simmons to make her understand his fantasy league obsession. So he came up with the perfect solution: the Us Weekly fantasy league.