For the first time in the history of college sports, athletes are asking to be represented by a labor union, taking formal steps on Tuesday to begin the process of being recognized as employees.
Off the court, Chris Paul has focused on helping children and families.
Amateur Athletic Union announces investigation, contacts police about allegations
Rubio's ability to process thousands of data points make him basketball 'genius'
Nike plans to run summer camps with some of the biggest names in the game.
A pair of recent federal court decisions allow major college basketball and football players to pursue a class action lawsuit against the NCAA.
Streets of Baltimore, or Madison Avenue? Carmelo Anthony walks a fine line that is crossed too often for some tastes,Tom Farrey explains.
Carmelo Anthony is taking off this season, in part because of the week he spent with Air Jordan.
When Carmelo Anthony got caught up in the "Stop Snitching" movement, the intended message got lost.
Mark Cuban and Lenny Cooke don't know each other. But in the tangled web of NBA finances, they share a connection.
It wasn't long ago that Lenny Cooke thought he would have it all in the NBA. Now he wonders what's left.
Maurice Clarett has taken his fight to Capitol Hill ... and he's winning.
Pre-draft credit lines let prospects start living the highlife. But financial ruin can await for some.
Syracuse, Oklahoma, Memphis and many others may face penalties unless more players start graduating.
Phil Jackson has had to work some "magic" to get the Lakers back into playoff contention.
The NBA says it's betting with house money by allowing a WNBA franchise to play at the Mohegan Sun.