Our 18 favorite photos we had the opportunity to take of athletes in 2018.
2018 Year In Review
We look back at some of the most impactful stories that athletes decided to release on The Players' Tribune in 2018.
I’m not out here trying to write about Ty Lue, or about practice. I’m tired of these same old topics.
NCAA women's basketball coaches Dawn Staley, Carolyn Peck, Felisha Legette-Jack, Yolett McPhee-McCuin, and Vanessa Blair-Lewis speak.
Opting out means not just believing in ourselves, but going one step further: betting on ourselves.
Two of the greatest athletes in the world, hanging out at the oldest basketball court in the world.
Dudes like me ain’t supposed to talk about this type of stuff. I’m about to tell you some real shit. Things I haven’t told anybody.
It’s crazy. I grew up listening to Drake. Blasting "Thank Me Later" on my laptop speakers so I could hear it over my headphones while I was gaming. Now Drake is
Make Miller Park even LOUDER than normal. And then, we’ll feed off that energy and, well … let’s just see what happens, Milwaukee.
The Mystics are a great team. We’re a great team. This is going to be a great, great WNBA Finals.
Imagine it. I’m out there shooting bricks, yelling out Kobe, on a busted hoop in Cameroon. Seven years later, I was playing Kobe.
I want our girls to grow up knowing that there are no boundaries that can be placed on their futures, period.
All the stuff that I've been through.... it can make or break you.
There was a time where I was on top of the world, an Olympic hopeful. I was unbeatable. Until I wasn't.
I won’t try to define who I’ve become, over these last 17 years, in a single letter ... I can say this for sure: I have the Spurs and I have San Antonio to than
I was told I couldn't possibly climb mountains on account of being an Arab woman and a Saudi woman. It enraged me that people dictated my capabilities that way.
It’s the reason why I wanted to write this letter: my real, honest, still-there love for the New York Islanders hockey franchise. And my not wanting to leave.
If you grew up the same way I grew up, don’t listen to what certain tabloids want to tell you.
People in football love to talk about mental strength. Well, I’m the strongest dude you’re ever going to meet.
I don’t want to die. But, you know, nothing is for certain. And I’m tired of keeping quiet. So for whatever it’s worth … here goes.
I would give back all my money, I would give back all the time. You can take my name off the Stanley Cup twice over. I can’t live like that anymore. I just can’
If you think I’m writing this to argue why Becky is qualified to be an NBA head coach … well, you’re mistaken. That part is obvious.
St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong opens up about losing his mom the same year he made his MLB debut and went to the World Series.
Now, as a 56-year-old guy who has been through a ton, I realize that my life in hockey was really mainly all about gaining a platform for what I’m doing now.
The Tennessee men’s basketball team was predicted to finish 13th in the SEC this season. Instead, they have defied the odds and become...