With inspiration from his favorite TV shows, Bengals linebacker Thomas Howard puts his love for home decorating to work in his homes in the Bay Area and Cincinnati.
For some women, sneakers are just an item in the bottom of their gym bag. But not for these WNBA stars who are collectors of high-end athletic footwear.
The ladies of Rucker Park are a little-known secret in the mecca of street basketball in Harlem, N.Y.
Which world-class athletes does triathlete Leanda Cave admire? She spills that and more in our Pro's Questionnaire.
While the NFL sides were deciding how to divvy up $9 billion, Women's Football Alliance players were running routes for the love of the game.
The Silver Stars forward talks about trying to get in shape, admiring her mom and copying Lisa Leslie in our Pro's Questionnaire.
At only 17, African-American golfer Mariah Stackhouse is already on the road to dominance.
California-based sprinter Carol Rodriguez, who runs for Puerto Rico, is focused on the finish line -- and on supporting her family through a financial crisis.
The Atlanta Braves pitcher is happy to enjoy life from his extravagant new home with his wife and three kids.
NBA TV analyst Steve Smith is a man of many sides. He got his values from his hardworking parents and Muhammad Ali -- though he'd also love to be a pro golfer.
The former Purdue star fulfilled a promise to his mother and finished school before taking his degree and basketball game to the next level.
Released two years ago, the three-time MVP returns to the WNBA at age 40 to finish her illustrious career on her terms.
For Dream forward Angel McCoughtry, making her own kind of music, whether pop or gospel, is an energizing accompaniment to a fast-paced life.
Pamela McGee is not just a mother to NBA star JaVale McGee. The former WNBA standout is also his financial manager and has plenty of practice making life's tough decisions.
Rapper Common shares a South Side upbringing with Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose and talks about the battle in the Eastern Conference finals and how the city influences the on-court play.
Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin may picture herself flying like a superhero, but her down-to-earth approach yields greater joy and balance.