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Breaking Down The Sweet 16


The time has arrived for the Sweet 16 of America's greatest sporting spectacle, the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Our hoops contributors Amaar Abdul-Nasir, Maurice Merrell and Martin Sumners break down this upcoming phase of March Madness as we take

Doug Overton Is Still Getting His Point Across


LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, Pa. - Doug Overton is used to being a leader. He likes the view from up front. He enjoys setting the pace and thrives on making key decisions.

In May, the 47-year-old former point guard made an important, career-altering

A Pulsating Black Vibe Still Lingers From The Warriors vs Thunder


As players, coaches and fans prepare for the onset of one of the most anticipated NBA Finals of all time, theres still an electrifying vibe pulsating through the air in the aftermath of the monumental 2016 Western Conference Finals.  

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

Kyrie Irving Channels Inspectah Deck in the 2016 Playoffs


You don't think Kyrie Irving has been hungrily waiting for this moment?

After suffering the devastating knee injury in Game 1 of last year's NBA Finals against Golden State that sidelined him for more than six months, you don't think he

The Pearl: In His Own Words


I just learned that my childhood, neighborhood superhero, and Syracuse University basketball legend Dwayne "Pearl" Washington, passed away this morning. He had been battling a malignant brain tumor, and transitioned into the spiritual essence earli

Markelle Fultz: D.C.’s Smooth Operator


Markelle Fultz scored 19 points, including three 3-pointers, on Friday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. at the Jordan Brand Classic All-American game.

A 6-foot-4 senior point guard from DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyatts

John “Hot Rod” Williams Dies at 53


The NBA family is dealing with another untimely loss with the recent news of John Hot Rod Williams passing. He played in the NBA from 1986 through 1999 and is best known for his tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Williams was a Louisian

Gone Fishin’: Derek Fisher Is Play-Doh Coach The Zen Master Reeled Into New York


Phil Jackson wasn’t going to try and fit a square into a Triangle hole. On Monday afternoon, he found his malleable Play-Doh head coach in veteran Derek Fisher.

The 11-time champion lost one like Lauryn Hill when his original catch un

Ray Allen Still Got Game


The various travails of Miami’s Big Three through the past four regular and postseasons has been documented by sports media as intensely as President Obama’s two terms have been by the political estate.

Without term limits, King