CNBC reached out to various sports business experts to find out their thoughts on creating a better system for the NCAA and its players.
Three billboards have appeared in Cleveland calling for basketball star LeBron James to sign up with the Philadelphia 76ers
Boston Celtics CEO and Lead Owner Wyc Grousbeck speaks with CNBC's Eric Chemi about the state of the sports business including media rights, technology and gambling.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban being fined by the NBA for $600,000 for his comments on a podcast about his team tanking purposefully.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan Sports Analytics Conference being held this week in Boston will feature one very unique speaker.
DraftKings is building a betting product, CEO Jason Robins told Recode, saying the startup will be ready if sports gambling is legalized.
LeBron James says this money lesson taught him to keep his money sacred.
North Korea has cancelled the planned visit of a delegation to South Korea to prepare for a trip by an art troupe during next month's Winter Olympics.
Esports garnered more eyeballs than the National Football League last year. Financial incentives for players are growing too, USA Today reports.
Billionaire businessman Tilman Fertitta, who also owns the NBA's Houston Rockets, discusses what legalized sports gambling means to the sport.
If it were up to Vegas Golden Knights owner, Bill Foley, taxpayer money wouldn't be spent on building sports stadiums.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on ESPN having its second most-watched NBA season ever averaging more than 1.8 million viewers through 30 games.
Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital founder and Golden State Warriors co-owner, speaks about anthem protests in sports and what he sees as a person of color as well as a team owner.
Four NBA stars share some of their biggest money mistakes.
A new contract for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been signed, CNBC confirmed.
The Giants fired coach Ben McAdoo on Monday amid a calamitous 2-10 campaign and tumultuous benching of Eli Manning, USA Today reports.
Jim Crane faced criticism for his plan to turn the Houston Astros around, but whipped them into shape for the 2017 World Series.
For more than 60 years, sports leagues have tapped municipal bonds to help fund their stadium projects. That could be coming to an end.
The Harlem Globetrotters are here to stay, Howard Smith, the team's president, told CNBC on Wednesday.
Before going pro, Simmons said it irked him to see his LSU jersey for sale when NCAA rules didn't allow him to profit.