From being pursued by Jay Z and his management company to meeting L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, Yasiel Puig shares what it is like to have the spotlight on him outside of the stadium.
Dominican Republic born New York Yankees 2nd baseman Robinson Cano plays ball during his photo shoot with The Hollywood Reporter. The five-time all-star has won two Golden Glove Awards and was part of the Yankees team that won the 2009 World Series.
Luc Robitaille's celebrity shoot-out draws stars and execs every year in Sundance, while Maher's game attracts the likes of Sarah Silverman and Woody Harrelson: "If you don't have a jump shot or can't tell a joke, you're out." READ MORE
Recently named one of the 10 most powerful people in hockey by Sports Illustrated, Pat Brisson keeps his clients -- including $100 million kid Sidney Crosby -- happy the old-fashioned way: by working for them 24/7. READ MORE
He was the perfect sports owner for L.A., a Hollywood playboy whose flashy teams won titles and turned courtside into A-list real estate. Now, in their first profile since their father died in February, siblings Jim and Jeanie Buss reveal their complicated relationship, awkward power-sharing and the plan to reboot a storied team. READ MORE
In their first profile since Jerry Buss died in February, his son and daughter reveal their complicated relationship and the plan to reboot their storied team. Says Kobe, "The shoes they're stepping into are so huge and epic." READ MORE
ESPN's prodigal host joins the Dodgers' Cuban phenom, the Oklahoma City Thunder star forward and the glamorous Olympic downhill skiing star on four separate covers for the issue, which features 22 pages of exclusive content, including the first detailed profile of Jeanie and Jim Buss and the battle for the future of the L.A. Lakers and the inside story of Ol... READ MORE
The upstart ESPN challenger has big plans to jazz up the U.S. Open, with more cameras and technical innovation, the network's co-president Eric Shanks tells THR, with an eye toward "things that maybe haven't been done before." READ MORE
During his first infamous stint at the sports network, the tempestuous anchor didn’t just burn bridges, he "napalmed" them, according to one exec. Now back and helming a new late-night show, he shares his hopes for his second go-round, how he made amends, and what he really thinks of Al Gore. READ MORE
He once "napalmed" his former network. Now he's back, helming a new late-night show, and divulging the full back story of how he said sorry, to whom and his true feelings for Al Gore (hint: there is name-calling). READ MORE
Dominican Republic born New York Yankees 2nd baseman Robinson Cano plays ball during his photo shoot with The Hollywood Reporter. The five-time all-star has won two Golden Glove Awards and was part of the Yankees team that won the 2009 World Series. READ MORE
The Hollywood Reporter's photo portfolio also includes Yankees slugger Robinson Cano and Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III; as ratings and the price of rights soar, athletes are TV's new stars. READ MORE