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A deal to offer ESPN as part of a streaming package could bring in new NBA viewers, David Stern said.
CNBC's Dominic Chu breaks out CNBC's sports playbook for 2015 and makes three bold predictions for the coming year.
FIFA has voted to allow publication of former ethics investigator Michael Garcia's investigation into the bidding process of the World Cups.
Washington is scrutinizing the "blackout rule" that restricts broadcasts for NFL games that fail to sell out.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump and golfing icon Tiger Woods are set to pool their efforts into a new championship golf course in Dubai.
Major League Soccer is, by some measures, very successful. The problem is that it doesn't make money.
Soccer club Arsenal needs to strengthen every part of its team to compete at the highest level, according to Russian billionaire and leading shareholder Alisher Usmanov.
Quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel will replace Fernando Alonso at Ferrari next season after signing a three-year deal, the Italian team said on Thursday.
Soccer body FIFA on Tuesday lodged a criminal complaint in connection with the awarding of hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
The NBA announced a partnership with a fantasy sports site, making its first foray into the growing "daily" category.
For $359.99, you can buy a plaque complete with "dirt capsules" from 30 stadiums from the Derek Jeter era.
On Thursday, the Cavs embark on a new era, as King James returns in what is sure to be a celebratory and emotional homecoming.
The "Squawk Box" news team and Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discuss this year's World Series playoff, and week 8 in the NFL.
CNBC's Josh Lipton speaks to San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer, about the Giants organizational culture and team's use of technology as the ball club drives towards its third World Series in five years.
Even if your team didn't make the World Series, it may have performed better—financially—than the eventual pennant winner.
Fans of the U.K. soccer club Sunderland who traveled to watch their side lose in an 8-0 drubbing are set to be refunded the value of their match tickets.
With the World Series beginning tonight in Kansas City, Zach Marten, co-owner of the Westport Ale House, discusses the lift Kansas City businesses are getting.
New bat makers are wooing major league power hitters like SF Giants Pablo Sandoval, who will be swinging them in this year's World Series.
The Heartland’s Kansas City Royals are commanding higher ticket prices and greater merchandise sales than their rivals from the Bay.
Rob Manfred, the next MLB commissioner, sets out priorities for his term.