The idea of players "owing" something to the leagues for which they play is nearly as problematic as making money for others being a "privilege and not a right." And both concepts are a lot more arcane than you think.

The players that dominated and defined the NBA for nearly two decades are nearly done doing it. It's hard to know what comes next, and harder still to imagine it.

With a few caveats -- Blake Griffin calling Donald Sterling a "weird uncle", for one -- Derek Jeter's Players' Tribune has largely been a half-hearted regurgitation of the same soundbites we can get after any game, stamped with a bit of "no filter" branding. So why not make a fantasy league out it?

Despite playing the role of savior for an entire kingdom, it's becoming increasingly unclear if Andy Murray can save himself. 

A lot more athletes make it to the pros than make it into our memories. Why do some players stick, and others not?

This extremely 1991 Die Hard ripoff is only ambiently a football (or sports) movie, but it still feels like one in some important ways. Also Ken Wahl's hair is great.

Relive all the excitement and suspense of a classic Super Bowl with the help of some real-time drawings made by a non-professional artist.

There is no good reason to watch five football movies before kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday. But it is possible, and we have proof.

The most indelible Super Bowl images are history. The people that took those photos are mostly lost to it. Neil Leifer's Keepers Of The Streak is a documentary about the forgotten photographers who took some of the most memorable sports photos ever.

Before playing a cartoon character in the bright and shiny plastic world of early-90s WCW, a much darker and dangerous Kevin Sullivan rode the Satanic Panic of the mid-80s to legendary status .