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.
Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook are among the top three highest-paid players in the NBA. And now they're switching teams in a move that might shake up the Western Conference.
Zion Williamson is just 19 years old and hasn't played a single game in the NBA. But if things play out the right way, he just might make a billion dollars over the course of his career.
Kawhi Watch is officially over as Kawhi Leonard is headed to the Los Angeles Clippers. Here's how much he'll get with his new contract – and how much he'll lose to taxes.
Anthony Davis had said he wasn't going to waive his trade kicker – a bonus worth more than $4 million. All of a sudden, he's willing to give that money up. What changed his mind?
Tobias Harris has had a comfortable NBA career over eight seasons in the league, but now he's about to make life-changing money.
Happy Bobby Bonilla Day! AKA the day when a 55-year-old retired baseball player randomly earns $1.2 million from The Mets.
There are plenty of wealthy athletes out there, but only one can claim the mantle of "richest ever." And in a surprising twist, he lived nearly 2,000 years ago.
The Brooklyn Nets Are Committing Nearly $350 Million To Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, And DeAndre Jordan
The NBA free agency signing period has just begun, but after the massive haul of the Brooklyn Nets, can any team do better?
The Golden State Warriors Will Owe More Than $200 Million In Taxes If They Sign Klay Thompson And Kevin Durant
The Golden State Warriors have made the NBA Finals five years in a row. And they're willing to do whatever it takes to win another championship – including paying a ton in luxury taxes.
Damian Lillard isn't leaving Portland anytime soon. And his player option for the final year is worth more than any single-year salary in NBA history.
Floyd Mayweather Went From The Highest-Paid Athlete Of 2018 To Out Of The Top 100 In 2019 – Who's The New #1?
This time last year, Floyd Mayweather was the highest-earning athlete of all. But in 2019, it's an entirely different story. Who's overtaken him for the top spot?
Drew Brees sued a jeweler last fall, claiming the jeweler overcharged him by millions of dollars. The verdict is in: Brees is a winner. So how much will he make?
After being projected as a potential lottery pick, Bol Bol fell all the way to the 44th selection. Here's a look at how much money he'll be missing out on with his first contract.
Shaquille O'Neal played 19 seasons in the NBA, making plenty of money along the way. And he's got some financial advice for this year's incoming rookies.