The "Sports News" section is home to everything you could ever need to know about the world of athlete wealth. Major contract negotiations, billionaire team owners, Floyd Mayweather's $300 million paydays... plus every other noteworthy story involving sports and money that you need to know about.
Dirk Nowitzki played more than 20 years for the Dallas Mavericks. It was a great showing of loyalty, but it was also a smart financial move. Here's how much Nowitzki saved by playing in Texas.
Michael Jordan and Nike have been partners for a long time – and it's helped turn Jordan into a billionaire. See how much the Bulls legend has made in Nike royalties over the past 12 months.
After his massive 12-year, $430 million extension, Mike Trout has the largest contract in pro sports. But plenty of athletes have earned huge pay days – here's a look at the biggest ones.
Patrick Mahomes just signed a ten-year extension to stay with the Kansas City Chiefs. It's the largest deal in professional sports history—how much will he be making?
During the coronavirus pandemic, NBA players aren't supposed to be practicing. But that hasn't stopped some players from holding secret workouts – possibly including several members of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are putting together a bid to buy the New York Mets. Their ownership group just got a big boost thanks to new investors.
LeBron James and Maverick Carter are looking to take their media brand to new heights – and they just scored a $100 million investment to do so.
The Dallas Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Dak Prescott, meaning their quarterback will make $31.4 million next season. Here's why that huge number might be disappointing to Prescott.
As you probably know, today is international Bobby Bonilla day. So, was Bobby's decision to take an annuity instead of lump sum actually that brilliant?
Happy Bobby Bonilla Day! AKA the day when a 55-year-old retired baseball player randomly earns $1.2 million from The Mets.
The Wilpon family is looking to sell the New York Mets, who have been steadily losing money every year. But in the midst of a pandemic, the amount being offered for the team is becoming smaller and smaller.
Trevor Ariza will be giving up a lot of money by skipping the NBA restart in Orlando. But he has a good reason to: he wants to spend time with his son.
As MLB players vote on playing a shortened, 60-game season, some of the league's biggest stars stand to lose out on a ton of money.
The NBA has announced a plan to resume play on July 31. Here are the details, from the number of games to the money players will recoup.
Happy 45th Birthday Allen Iverson! Just 10 More Years Til You Finally Inherit That Infamous $32 Million Reebok Trust Fund
On June 7, 2030, 10 years from today, Allen Iverson will finally receive either half or all of his $32 million Reebok trust fund. The final amount will depend on his current divorce status.