There's a lot that goes on behind the scenes that most wouldn't catch for professional teams to stay operating at 100 percent.
Patrick Kane decided to give up his first-class seat so that a member of America's military was on the flight, seated in coach.
Detroit Pistons head coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy and his family adopted a special needs lab named Eastwood.
The D-backs and star first baseman Paul Goldschmidt helped celebrate National Teachers Day by paying a visit to Edison Elementary School in Phoenix.
The Ottawa Senators' Kyle Turris scored the game-winning overtime goal against the New York Rangers then surprised a special needs hockey team.
The Titans GM held his bidding card up for all to see and he wouldn't put it down as he walked on the stage to hug his daughter.
One of the benefits of making the NBA Playoffs, besides the chance to compete for a championship, is players receive more money for their efforts.
With #HugsFromHollyDay, Todd Heap's family turned a tragedy into a day that impacted those not just in Arizona and Baltimore, but across the country.
In the aftermath of tragedy, the Heap family is asking for assistance from people to honor their late daughter with acts of kindness.
A young Baltimore fan named "TJ" Onwuanibe got to draft Marlon Humphrey for the Ravens in the 2017 NFL Draft thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Character Counts Finalist
- Horizon's Kody Huff more than a rising baseball star
- Campo Verde's Kanani Hiapo thrives on volleyball court, in the classroom
- Raymond S. Kellis sophomore Chase Weaver balances leadership roles in sports, church
- Westwood's Brianna Anderson makes big differences with little actions
- Marcos de Niza kicker Krysten Muir using football success to build up others
- Arcadia High School's Grant Loftin leads in lacrosse and beyond
- Williams Field High School junior Lindsay O'Driscoll finds time to help others
- Scottsdale Christian's Christina Clark has dreams, reality of helping others
- Golf, piloting and helping others are Brody Burnell's passions
- Teddy bear drive, speeches help Emery Miller inspire children to overcome adversity