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It has been three months, and Tim Tebow still hasn’t taken a single (real) snap under center for the Denver Broncos, yet he’s leading the league in jersey sales.
There aren't many guarantees for tomorrow's LeBron James announcement, but here are things I'm quite confident will happen.
HSBC's chief economist gives his veiws on Paul the Octopus' acumen at predicting results of World Cup games.
On Sunday afternoon, Tomas Berdych walked onto the court to play the biggest match of his life: The Wimbledon finals against Rafael Nadal. But there was something seriously wrong.
It's the biggest NBA news to be broken. Where will LeBron James land? And although a group of journalists are hoping that they'll get the scoop, you have to wonder if LeBron himself wants to break the news.
Dan Abbate is a fan of the grill. What he’s not a fan of is having his hot dogs roll off the grill. So the entrepreneur came up with a wacky idea: A Big Hot Dog.
The Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest has had additional sponsors over time. Before Takeru Kobayashi took the contest to the next level, it was sponsored by online sportsbook BetWWTS.com. There was Old Milwaukee and Gold’s Mustard and now Heinz.
The Cavaliers appeared on national TV for 25 regular season games last year, tops for most in the league with the Celtics and the Lakers. Obviously, LeBron James was key to the team playing so many games on ESPN/ABC and TNT.
A revised bond rating issued by Standard & Poor’s today provides an in-depth look at the New York Yankees’ 2009 revenues and it reveals that the champions grossed $397 million in ticket revenue, including $72 million on the postseason alone.
We don’t know where LeBron James will land, but we do know that, no matter who pays him, he’ll make $16.5 million this upcoming season. The question is, dollar for dollar, is he worth it?
Working in the executive offices of the Chicago Bulls for the last 24 years, Steve Schanwald has seen just about every part of the business, thanks in part to Michael Jordan and the run of six championships in the 1990s.
The U.S. soccer team's run in the World Cup came to an agonizing conclusion against Ghana on Saturday, but unlike many of the major European nations competing, the team can at least head home with their heads held high. And none more so than coach Bob Bradley, who has offered myriad leadership lessons over the course of the two weeks the U.S. team was involved at the world's most-watched sporting event.
Not everyone is going to die in estate tax-free 2010. And with that in mind — my words, not theirs — the New York Sportimes of World Team Tennis have dreamed up a unique way to sell a sponsorship.
As the U.S. men’s national team get ready to take on Ghana this weekend, the most famous artifact in American soccer history is on my mind. You don’t have to be a soccer aficionado to figure out that I’m talking about Brandi Chastain’s bra.
The newspapers and the office chatter in Indianapolis today will surely be focused on what could have been. If only the Utah Jazz at the ninth pick didn't take Gordon Hayward.
You’d be hard pressed to find any television on Wall Street not tuned to the US-Algeria game yesterday. And it showed.
As John Isner's match against Nicolas Mahut yesterday went on and on and on, many began to speculate, what sports drink company would try to cash in the longest tennis match in history?
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut are still playing in the longest match in tennis history after the match was suspended due to darkness. So far the match has lasted nine hours and 58 minutes over two days and has featured 163 games of back-and-forth action.
Landon Donovan scores in stoppage time against Algeria this morning and the United States advances to the next round in the World Cup. So who are the big winners besides the US team themselves?
For the past four years, Mark Titus has done a great job becoming the world’s most famous walk-on. When blogs got hot, he was there with Club Trillion. When lack of playing time didn’t allow him to display his skills, he took to YouTube with one of the most hilarious videos you’ll ever see.
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