Some drop the golf star in light of recent controversy, while others continue to use him in their advertising.
NBA Development League basketball players get a job interview for the big time whenever they step on the court.
Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr. discusses the sport, his pay-per-view earnings and tax issues with the IRS.
The USGA's executive director, David Fay, explains how the economy has impacted golf.
While players compete on the course, club manufacturers fight for their business. 'The Score' takes you inside the Taylormade tour van.
In an effort to grow golf in this economy, the USGA spotlights the game with free lessons for juniors.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson gives an inside look at the new stadium and is confident about ticket sales.
Despite Ramirez's suspension, Dodgers' fans are filling the seats.
Phoenix Mercury becomes first in the basketball league to sport a corporate brand instead of its own name.
Athletes looking to bulk up may not know what they're ingesting as they build up the $20 billion industry.
Superstar Carl Edwards discusses how the economy has impacted the sport.
Basketball legend Earvin 'Magic' Johnson explains how he was able to rebound from HIV.
Sports writer Michael Lombardi says the contracts of the league's top rookies are inflated.
'The Score' takes you behind the scenes of how an underdog capitalizes on a big win.
Arizona Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall talks about how his team plans to keep fans coming to the ballpark.
Despite the negative publicity of Michael Phelps using marijuana, Sports Illustrated Pablo Torre explains why his future is still bright.