I feel a bit ambivalent when I hear the NBA season may not start on time. I love the league but I won't be devastated if the entire season is lost. It's a business. A business that only represents part of the story of basketball.
Dennis Rodman is the only player in the past 25 years who was able to consistently take over a game without taking a shot. He deserves to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
From Caster Semenya to Lana Lawless, sports is figuring out the future faster than society.
The NCAA's latest push to emphasize the 'student' over the 'athlete' is an all-bark, no-bite gesture that won't pressure coaches to improve their players' academic performance.
He's an institution in Detroit, and it's unthinkable to imagine the Pistons without him. But Joe Dumars faces his toughest challenge with franchise right now, and his future may depend on meeting it.
There's only one thing left for Maya Moore to do: Forgo her senior year, turn pro and start getting checks.
The real question in the figure skating homophobia discussion is why so many dudes ignore, and are even threatened by, the possibility that Johnny Weir could be straight.
Candace Parker, who gave birth in May, deserves to be a WNBA All-Star in spite of her statistics.
Mia Hamm's image is the logo for the new women's pro soccer league, but she's happy to stay retired, raising her twins.
Everyone should be offended by comments like Don Imus' about the Rutgers women's hoops team -- not just black people, writes Page 2's LZ Granderson.
Page 2's LZ Granderson writes that when you're a 6-foot woman, sometimes basketball is the only thing to help you feel comfortable in your own skin.
LZ Granderson got to spend a day practicing with the Seattle Storm, and got more than he bargained for.
Sheryl Swoopes told ESPN The Magazine that she's gay. "I'm a firm believer that when you fall in love with somebody, you can't control that," she said.