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One of the members of the Cleveland Cavaliers will no longer represent the team in the upcoming Summer Olympics. Forward Kevin Love has pulled out of playing with Team USA and will not be “traveling to Tokyo” either. Love did play while still with the team as he “did appear in two exhibition games,” but […]

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Los Angeles Laker’s star LeBron James and his Spring Hill Entertainment plus the cast and crew showed up and showed out at the premiere of Space Jam 2: A New Legacy on July 12 in Los Angeles.   However don’t get it twisted Hollywood LBJ is still ‘Just That Kid From Akron’ not to mention Spring Hill still resides […]

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ESPN’S NBA sideline reporter/host Rachel Nichols went viral after a conversation she had with LeBron James publicist about her feelings about ESPN wanting to pair her up with rising star Maria Taylor and to paraphrase how she wasn’t going to let ESPN’s diversity issues derail her job, while LBJ’s publicist Adam Mendelsohn basically high five’d […]

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Richardson was originally suspended for the 100-meter race in Tokyo over a failed drug test. Now America's fastest female sprinter won't run in Tokyo at all.

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While Richardson seemed poised to hoist gold meals high at this year's Summer Olympics, the track and field star was suspended after testing positive for marijuana, and reactions on Twitter are passionate as expected.

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The day and age of audio/video has been a wonderful thing when capturing injustices then post them only to viral proving a point of how far we are from being free of racism.  Amateur audio/video in real time has introduced us to the ‘Karen’s’ of the world, been crucial pieces of evidence when bringing murders […]

One of the United States’ most promising athletes will miss the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson, 21, has tested positive for a “prohibited substance,” which disqualifies her performance at the U.S. Olympic Trials, and will miss the 100m event at the Tokyo Olympics, according to media reports. Richerson admitted to NBC on Friday that […]

The league said "higher risk" players who remain on the sidelines will be entitled to a $350,000 stipend. As for a voluntary opt-out due to COVID-19, those players will receive no compensation. Last year, Anyone who decided not to play due to the pandemic earned a minimum of $150,000.

Ball averaged 15.7 points, 6.1 assists, 5.9 rebounds in 51 games to lead the Hornets into the NBA's play-in tournament. Despite dealing with a hand injury and missing 21 games he finished second in scoring among all rookies during the regular season.