Nos. 20-11 of the most killer, rim-rattling facials the NBA has seen. Check for the top half of the list later this week.
This week the NBA’s unique brand of New York-based drama once again shamed anything one could find on Broadway, as well as any and everyone who still bothers to attend Knicks games.
Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, CJ McCollum and Vernon Davis are a few of the big-name investors supporting this new “Athletes in Demand” brand, which launches in March 2020 via Samsung TV Plus.
The Thursday before the All-Star Game an impressive collection of media and celebrities converged in Chicago with Wade and the filmmakers who followed the NBA legend for over a decade.
Portland Blazer star CJ McCollum showed his skills as a host by moderating a discussion panel conducted by Players Media Group promoting its new Players TV endeavor in partnership with Samsung TV Plus.
Just as athletes and societies evolve and their respective abilities and tastes make adjustments over time, our sports themselves evolve and expand the possibilities in which they can be played.
Matthew A. Cherry spoke Kobe’s name in accepting this year’s Best Animated short film Oscar for his beautifully rendered piece “Hair Love.”
Hours prior to the draft to determine the rosters in the 2020 All-Star Game, the league’s annual trade deadline brought a little more drama than the stars picking among themselves.
Two players dear to the host city, Chicago, — Zach LaVine and Derrick Rose — lead off my list of players who I previously believed would make the team and didn’t.
Kobe Bryant’s life provided lessons that Black men should continue to inherit and follow, life lessons that stand to make us great and allow us to define greatness on our terms. Let us remember Bryant and apply the blueprint he created within his own legacy to create ours.