Bobby Knight, the legendary and polarizing Indiana Hoosiers basketball coach known for his triumphs and temper, died Wednesday at age 83. Knight, who led Indiana to three NCAA championships and the last perfect season in major college basketball, had been battling ill health in recent years.
Imagine you’re a child and you wake up one morning, your local CCP official comes to the door of your […]
Parents and students got a lot more than they bargained for at a recent basketball game when they got to witness a fight break out between one of the team’s coaches and the referee while on the court.
Former New York Knicks and Phoenix Suns player Amar’e Stoudemire isn’t holding back his thoughts on Black Lives Matter and various Democrat politicians who have voiced support for Palestinian aggression towards the state of Israel after the Jewish state was attacked by a deadly wave of terrorist attacks by the radical Iranian-backed terrorist group Hamas over the weekend.
The failing sports network known as ESPN has actually done some interesting reporting recently, but not about sports. A reporter from the Disney-owned network actually was able to establish the “Merchant of Death’s” first interview with a western outlet since the his controversial prisoner exchange with WNBA star Brittney Griner, who had been arrested for possessing cannabis oil in Russia.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder were amazingly talented collegiate athletes, but they are 100% aware that winning the genetic lottery (twice in one hit) has helped skyrocket their online brand, making them not only rich from NIL deals and their new contract with the WWE, but essentially opening themselves up to literally whatever future business dealings they want to venture into. “Hot girl privilege” is real, and they’re all in.
The dating scene for many men and women in the United States is always under some type of microscope, especially as Hollywood, the media, and academia attempt to try and convince us to lose all sense of gender roles and fully embrace our emasculated, non-monogamous, androgynous, Brave New World society.
Tragedy has hit the community at Pinson Valley High School in the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama after a senior basketball player died suddenly during practice with his team.
Today we’re diving into the history books to rank the top ten NBA players who’ve left an undeniable impact on the basketball court and the MLB as a whole.
During the second quarter of Wednesday’s first-round game between Florida and Kentucky in the SEC women’s basketball tournament, a physical altercation broke out, resulting in eight players being ejected.