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Former NBA All-Stars Participate in Harlem Big Man Clinic for Bone Marrow Donorship Awareness


On Friday February 11, young men and women from the New York City metropolitan area enjoyed basketball tutelage from former NBA and head coach Butch Beard, championship winning Golden State Warriors power forward Clifford

The Ladies Take Center Stage


Its rare that womens college basketball steals the national spotlight away from the NBA and mens college hoops during the regular season, but that is exactly what will happen this evening, starting at 8:00pm when the two best team

Our Game 2: Before Mo’Ne Davis There Was The Gillman Twins


Mo’Ne Davis and the exploits, fate and future of her base

Our Game 2: Spurs Love That Becky Hammon


As a newjack sports reporter back in 2000, while covering the early years of the WNBA, I wrote a story about the NBA and how long it would take a woman to ascend to head coach of a men’s team.

Our Game 2: The Incomparable Cheryl Miller


When discussing The G.O.A.T. in most athletic professions, the topic causes a heated debate because there are so many worthy candida

Just Because The Seattle Storm Were Offended, Doesn’t Make Them Right


I'm actually disappointed in myself for not noticing that during Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast, it was repeatedly mentioned that the city of Seattle hasn't been home to a champion in pro sports since 1979. Problem is that the Seattle St

The Williams Sisters Are Matriarchs Of Black Women’s Tennis Takeover


The 2013 U.S. Open in Flushing, Queens has been a symbolic tournament for American tennis. Days after James Blake announced that the Open would be his swan song, the 33-year-old shot maker lost to Croatian Ivo Karlovic in the fourth round of the U.

The Harlem Globetrotters Drafted Brittney Griner


Brittney Griner has received several job opprtunities since leaving Baylor as one of the most successful women's basketball players in history. In addition to a 

Chamique Holdsclaw, A Dream Deferred


The first time I met Chamique Holdsclaw was after a Christ The King High School basketball game in Queens, NY back in 1993. She was anything but disappointing. My cousin also attended the school, and he was a pretty dope basketball player himself

TSL College Basketball Midseason Report


Last March, with essentially an identical roster minus two NBA first-round draft picks, the Duke Blue Devils walked off a court in Greensboro, N.C., as a No. 2 seed that had just fallen to 15t