James Harden never lacked confidence, Scoop Jackson notes. Harden says hard work -- all the reps in practice -- lets him be fearless on the court.
Jackie Robinson West's run to the Little League World Series is a needed moment of pride for Chicago.
The hard part in Paul George's comeback from a devastating leg injury is just beginning. But the example of Hall of Famer Bernard King can guide him through the tough times, writes Scoop Jackson.
Where did Antoine Walker's finances go wrong? How can his experience help other NBA athletes? He sat down with Scoop Jackson to discuss the documentary on his life.
Antoine Walker became the cautionary tale of how not to spend $100 million. He sat down with Scoop Jackson to discuss the documentary on his life.
LeBron James' return to Cleveland is an act of forgiveness we rarely see in sports today, writes Scoop Jackson.
A Division-I baseball career is becoming a reality for some Chicago kids thanks to the Chicago White Sox's Amateur City Elite program.
Jabari Parker made it through his draft selection before sitting and crying from the emotion of the moment, Scoop Jackson writes.
Andrew McCutchen fearlessly proposed to his girlfriend on "Ellen" and carries that attitude over to the field. Scoop Jackson asks what's next.
When 11-year-old Lucy Li took to the greens at the U.S. Open, her pure joy at playing called to mind our own first love of sports, Scoop Jackson writes.
The 2014 NBA Finals should be remembered as the moment Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs seized their moment in history, Scoop Jackson writes.
LeBron James will never be beloved. He should accept it and not let the hate put a cramp in his style, Scoop Jackson writes.
The Sterling family will have an extra billion dollars to spend as a result of Donald Sterling's racist remarks. Where's the justice, Scoop Jackson asks.
Scoop Jackson writes that talk of LeBron heading back to Cleveland forgets the person at the center of why he will never return to the Cavs in their current state: Dan Gilbert.
Veteran David West saved the Pacers in the last round, but can his leadership push them past Heat? That's his challenge, Scoop Jackson writes.
After the Warriors' ownership stopped trusting Mark Jackson, he lost his belief in them. This caused a rift that couldn't be repaired, Scoop Jackson writes.