David Scott examines the decisions made by the NBA and its teams during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the U.S. grapples with how to bring back professional sports amidst a pandemic, one nation serves as a model: South Korea. The wildly popular Korean Baseball Organization made a splash when it opened its season in early May.
State of the Unions
Bryant Gumbel is joined by the three most powerful union chiefs in all of sports -- DeMaurice Smith of the NFLPA, Michele Roberts of the NBPA and Tony Clark of the MLBPA -- to discuss what's next for their leagues.
On The Front Line
Andrea Kremer talks to Super Bowl champion and doctor Laurent Duvernay-Tardif about his experience on the frontlines during the pandemic.
In recent years, elite climbers have attracted millions of eyeballs on social media and in the case of Alex Honnold, Oscar recognition for their daredevil climbs. Jon Frankel investigates how the increased attention has caused extreme climbers to push the limits further.
Revenge of the Nerd
MLB pitcher, Trevor Bauer, wasn’t always the big man on campus. In an interview with Bernard Goldberg, he discusses how he still has to fight for acceptance despite making it to the pros.
On October 16, 2019, 27-year-old Patrick Day became the fourth boxer since July 2019 to die from injuries sustained in the ring. Jon Frankel interviews those closest to the boxer to see how they’re coping with the loss.
Soledad O'Brien explores the fast-growing and controversial sports media brand Barstool Sports, which has encountered criticism on its way to becoming a way of life for young (mostly male) sports fans.
Bryant Gumbel sits down with basketball Hall-of-Famer Don Nelson and finds that the three-time NBA Coach of the Year has traded the basketball court for a marijuana farm.
Mary Carillo tells the remarkable story of Colin Cook: a surfer who survived a shark attack and returned to the sport with a one-of-a-kind prosthetic.