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By Brandon Simmons It’s not everyday that your father becomes a media sensation and somehow riles the best basketball player in the world. However, Lavar Ball has seemed to accomplish that feat. Ball, father of...

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By Brandon Simmons The hottest name in sports at the moment is Lavar Ball but for the unlikeliest reasons right now. He isn’t involved in the NBA’s MVP race or trying to put out the...

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By Brandon Simmons This year’s NBA MVP race has been one of the best in recent memory. Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook and Houston Rockets guard James Harden are two of the frontrunners for...

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By Brandon Simmons For nearly 20 years, March 9 has always been a somber day in hip hop; it was the day Brooklyn-born rapper Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down in Los Angeles, California. Now on...

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By Brandon Simmons It’s only March and NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley has found himself in more beefs than 2003 G-Unit. This time the outspoken bald headed man has found himself in a war...

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By Brandon Simmons As much praise that Lebron James gets on the court, he deserves just as much when off of it. The Cleveland Cavalier has pretty much led his life as a standup guy...

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Kaepernick Ends Protest for Upcoming Season

March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Brandon Simmons Quarterback Colin Kaepernick grabbed the nation’s attention last season with his bold move of kneeling during the national anthem to protest injustice; but that may soon be coming to an end during...

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By Brandon Simmons When you hear the names Adrian Petersen, Darelle Revis and Jamaal Charles right before the start of free agency, you would expect news of a huge contract signing, but not is not...

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By Brandon Simmons The NBA has started off with a bang and people can thank the beef between Shaquille O’ Neal and Golden State Warrior Javale McGee. Thursday the two men broke out into a...

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By Brandon Simmons Former WNBA player Candace Wiggins played only 8 seasons in the league from 2008 to 2015 but felt she had to cut her career short. Although she wanted to play as long...

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