Mike Krzyzewski, Duke basketball coach talks about the nonprofit education center he founded in memory of his late mother, "March Madness," and NBA Draft Day.
In a wide-ranging interview, NBA legend Magic Johnson speaks with CNBC's Jane Wells about the NBA finals between the Cleveland Lakers and Golden State Warriors and what kind of legacy Lebron James might leave behind.
In a wide-ranging interview, NBA legend Magic Johnson speaks with CNBC's Jane Wells about his feelings about the Trump presidency.
In a wide-ranging interview, NBA legend Magic Johnson speaks with CNBC's Jane Wells about the NBA finals between the Cleveland Lakers and Golden State Warriors, his feelings about the Trump presidency and whether he would run for public office.
WNBA president, Lisa Borders, opens up about how racial discrimination taught her a valuable lesson about success.
North Carolina scored the last eight points for a 71-65 win over Gonzaga.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports that even though the NFL season was something of a disappointment for the networks, the NCAA Tournament is tearing it up.
Elena Bergeron, SB Nation editor-in-chief, talks about some big surprises in the NCAA tourney, including several close games and some big upsets.
March Madness is now underway, and there is money to be made — and lost — on your bets.
John Avello, Wynn Las Vegas Sports Book director, discusses business during March Madness, and deregulation under the Trump administration.
The odds of a perfect bracket are almost impossible. We spoke to some of the best experts out there to see who they are predicting to win the NCAA Tournament.
CNBC's Eric Chemi spoke with several March Madness announcers and CBS and Turner executives, who each describe how great traditional TV is.
Elena Bergeron, SB Nation editor-in-chief, takes a look at the first "play in" games of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
CNBC sat down with Charles Barkley to get his thoughts on the election and modern politics. True to form, he didn't mince words.
‘Pie top’ sneakers deliver a Pizza Hut pie at the press of a button.
March may be the best month to work at Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, especially for college basketball fans.
In a Monday interview with CNBC's "Squawk Box," Warren Buffett said his company will give $1 million a year for life to any employee that can guess which teams will play in the NCAA men's basketball tournament's round of 16, or "Sweet 16."
NBA star Chris Paul discusses his involvement with Turner Impact Capital CEO Bobby Turner and new philanthropic endeavors.
Denver outpaced Indiana at the NBA’s global games in London, scoring 39 points in the third quarter to run away with the game. CNBC’s Nancy Hungerford has more.
John Calipari, University of Kentucky basketball head coach, discusses his new book "Success is the Only Option" and how he inspires and leads his athletes.