Great Scott! Nike Finally Makes Self-Lacing ShoesIt might have taken 30 years to come up with these shoes, but Nike has created the self-lacing shoe similar to the one in Back To The Future II...
Sponsors Cut Ties With Sharapova After Positive Drug TestThree of Maria Sharapova's major sponsors are cutting ties with the Russian tennis star after she acknowledged failing a doping test at the Australian Open.
Nike Drops Manny Pacquiao In Wake Of Anti-Gay StatementsManny Pacquiao's comments disparaging gays have cost him his contract with apparel giant Nike.
Nike Women's Half Marathon In San Francisco Reroutes MuniSan Francisco Muni officials reminded commuters that Sunday's Nike Women's Marathon affects several Muni routes, causing delays in San Francisco.
Kick Off Golf Season With E.S.P.'s Spring Golf GuideThe arrival of golf season allows us once again to hit the links with some friends, get some exercise and take in the sunshine. To help get things started, E.S.P. presents their spring golf guide.
Nike Unveils Tribute Shoe For 49er Great Jerry RiceA decade after leaving the NFL, San Francisco 49er Hall Of Famer Jerry Rice is being honored with a tribute shoe from Nike.
Warriors' Steph Curry Leaves Nike For Under ArmourGolden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is reportedly set to leave Nike for basketball athletic apparel underdog Under Armour.
KCBS Sports Fans: Giants' Shoes Stylish, But Lack PolishAngel Pagan may want to re-think his selection of cleats as part of his game-day wardrobe.
TTYM: A Urine Controlled Video Game? Yep! LeBron Video BombA urine controlled video game? Now that's what I call a "Game of Thrones," a must-see LeBron James video bomb, Mr. T is on ice and Tiger Woods is causing more controversy. It's all in this week's That Thing You Missed.
Tech Report: Nike Rolls Out New Wireless Workout SneakersKCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid takes a look at Nike's newest shoes, which will tell users pertinent information regarding their workout.
Nike Releases Famed 'Back To The Future' ShoeNike is going back to the future. The sneaker maker has created a limited-edition shoe based on a glowing pair that appeared in the popular 1989 movie "Back to the Future II."