Serena captures her 6th Wimbledon trophy and wins all four Grand Slam Tournaments in succession for the second time in her career (Photo Credit: Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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Serena Saves American Tennis But Remains Underpaid

Well into her 30’s, Serena Williams continues to dominate women’s tennis and remains the lone American to consistently compete on the international tennis stage. Yet, despite her popularity, she does not receive the off-court earnings as many of the world’s greatest athletes. Serena deserves better.

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Adam Silver’s Next Challenge

The NBA received extremely stellar viewership numbers for the 2015 NBA Finals and just agreed to a lucrative TV deal well into next decade. Now, the players and the league must carry the momentum forward and do everything possible to avoid a possible lockout in two seasons.

Jim Harbaugh got run out of town after leading the San Francisco 49ers to three consecutive NFC Championship Appearances (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
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Coaching – The Most Unforgiving Profession

Coaches like Jim Harbaugh and John Fox recently got fired despite a ridiculously successful track record. While success does not guarantee job security in coaching, many teams have repeatedly made significant mistakes by replacing successful coaches, which has set an extremely unhealthy trend in the entire industry.

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Student-Athlete or Athlete-Student?

As NCAA Power 5 conferences continue to rake in tens of millions of dollars annually in TV rights deals, student-athletes still receive almost no direct financial compensation. With millions of people tuning in to marquee events, are NCAA basketball and football players really student-athletes or just athletes?