by Lindsay Gibbs Dec 30, 2015
It's unclear why this case doesn't "hit home" for the superstar.
by Judd Legum Mar 2, 2015
Marketing a fourth-grade phenom.
by Travis Waldron Dec 9, 2014
The NBA's biggest superstar has not-so-quietly become one of the sports world's most socially conscious -- and outspoken -- voices.
by Travis Waldron Jul 15, 2014
"This may literally be the worst overestimate I have seen in my career," a sports economist tells ThinkProgress.
by Travis Waldron Jul 11, 2014
Because tax rates really don't have much effect on where people live and work where they do.
by Travis Waldron Jul 10, 2014
Everyone is wondering where LeBron will take his talents this time. There are good reasons why we should just hold another TV special and let him tell us.
by Travis Waldron Jun 24, 2014
LeBron James opted out of his current contract with the Miami Heat on Tuesday, and he and the rest of the Heat's Big Three demonstrate some of the problems with the NBA's "competitive balance" measures.
by Travis Waldron Jun 11, 2014
Lawsuit or not, Donald Sterling will likely sell the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion. And he'll do so thanks to a business model that has seen rapidly rising revenues thanks to NBA players and people like you, even if you don't watch basketball.
by Judd Legum Apr 26, 2014
"There is no room for Donald Sterling in our league. There is no room for him."
by Travis Waldron Mar 14, 2014
James joins Magic Johnson and other athletes and teams who have helped promote the law.