Mayweather promises to pay the tax bill after the Aug. 26 fight with Conor McGregor, but says he does not have the cash now.
Stephen Curry, the high-scoring point guard for the Golden State Warriors, recently became the second-highest-paid basketball player of all-time. Curry agreed to a $201 million contract to be paid out over the next five seasons. His salary for the 2017-2018 season will be just over $40 million.
Former NBA player David Robinson, co-founder of Admiral Capital, discusses his transition into the real estate business and his work in private equity and investment.
Quicken Loans Chairman and Cleveland Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert sits down with Deirdre Bosa to discuss jobs, Trump’s economic policies and much more.
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.
How does NBA star Stephen Curry deals with making millions less than other top players? He takes advice from his dad, former NBA player Dell Curry.
As the U.S. Open Championship continues this weekend, some of the biggest winners won't be the golfers themselves.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two Interactive CEO, at this year's E3 conference about the e-sports push in partnership with the NBA as well as his outlook for the company's growth.
Former National Basketball Association player Dennis Rodman is expected to arrive in North Korea on Tuesday. He has met Kim Jong Un previously on several trips.
The NBA is looking into launching a separate eSports league for, NBA China's CEO said Wednesday.
David Shoemaker, CEO of NBA China, tells CNBC about the use of technology, including a partnership with Tencent, to engage fans in China.
Magic Johnson weighs in on the Warriors-Cavaliers rivalry, business ventures and his thoughts on President Trump.
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 chose to attend Duke University for its prestigious academics, coursework accessibility and vicinity to Atlanta, her hometown. She switched from a chemistry major to a french major her junior year and says it's never too late to make a big change.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on how several players are teaming up with venture capital and investing in startups and tech companies.
The Warriors are once again in the NBA Finals, but it’s their work off the court that’s paying off. All stars like Steph Curry, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant are teaming up with tech and venture capitalists. For some players, it’s the business opportunities here that made them decide to play for Golden State.
Peter Guber, co-owner of the Golden State Warriors and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, talks about the NBA finals, the future of e-sports, and the Hollywood movie business.
Steve Ballmer, L.A. Clippers owner talks about his team and the NBA's postseason playoffs, and the business of professional basketball.