Texas quarterback Arch Manning had his autographed Panini America trading card sell at auction for $102,500 with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.
Texas Longhorns freshman quarterback Arch Manning announced his first name, image and likeness deal (NIL) on Tuesday with Panini America.
Rob Hale, co-owner of the Boston Celtics, gave graduates of UMass Boston $1,000 each at their commencement ceremony Thursday and instructed them to give away half the money.
A 1957 Topps Bill Russell rookie card sold for $660,000 at auction on Thursday, becoming the most expensive trading card of the NBA legend.
Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis blasted the Oakland A's possible move to Las Vegas, Nevada, citing the past relationship between the two organizations.
In a memo obtained by The New York Tines, the NBA instructed its league staff to limit hiring and reduce expenses for the remainder of the fiscal year.
The executive chairman and CEO of Madison Square Garden, James Dolan, defended the use of facial recognition technology at venues owned by MSG Entertainment.
A group of around two dozen athletes, including Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and Milwaukee Bucks small forward Khris Middleton, have acquired a northern Iowa farm.
PayPal CEO Dan Schulman said Friday that the company would not renew its sponsorship with the Phoenix Suns if owner Robert Sarver returns to the team.