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Black Girl Strength: Samaya Clark-Gabriel

Meet the nine-year-old basketball prodigy from Brooklyn. Many kids dream of growing up to be a star one day. Samaya Clark-Gabriel, on the other hand,...

In Case You Were Wondering, Bill Russell STILL Doesn’t Give AF


Bill Russell has been not giving AF since his days in the '50s and '60s as the big, bold, tal

Billy Knight, Former UCLA Hoops Star, Commits Suicide


Former UCLA basketball player Billy Knight has passed away. News reports have called his death an apparent suicide.

Phoenix, Arizona police say that Knight's body was found along a road near a construction site. No evidence of foul play was f

LeBron James Is The Lineage Of The Black Athlete’s Wildest Dream


But, let this be a true statement about professional sports for any of you who may ever be considering it. Professional sports is a profession. The owners are never going to be in love with you. Never. Theyre in it to make money and youre in it

NYC Playground Legend and B-Ball Hall Of Famer Connie Hawkins Dies


The basketball world lost one of the all-time greats as Connie Hawkins passed away yesterday at the age of 75. 

The New York City playground legend and star at Boys High was an All-City first team player as a high school junior, his firs

Black Fives Era Legend Zack Clayton Gets His Hall Of Fame Nod


The Black Fives represents an era of basketball in the United States that pre-date the current era by over 100 years.  

Spanning from 1904 to 1950, when the NBA became integrated, the Black Fives, also known as the colored quints, colore

Mannie Jackson Gets His Long Overdue Props With Hoops Hall Of Fame Nod


Mannie Jackson, who'll be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday, is probably one of the least known but most important individuals the game has ever known .  

Born in Illmo, Missouri on May 4, 1939, Jackso

Golden State Comes Back From 3-1 To Advance To NBA Finals


Never test or question the heart of a true champion. Oklahoma City learned that the hard way, blowing a 3-1 series lead and allowing defending-champion Golden State to rise from the abyss and defeat them on Monday night, 96-88 in Game 7 of the West

Rest In Power Darryl Dawkins


Darryl Dawkins was born in Orlan

Rodman the Worm Slithers His Way Back To North Korea


It’s been quite a year for crazy Dennis Rodman. He’s gone from washed up and virtually bankrupt professional athlete to self-appointed basketball ambassador of the isolated communist state of North Korea.

In February, he tr