Currently the biggest story in the sports world. Lavar continues to be a disruptor in how things are done in professional sports.
After months of speculation, Big Baller Brand is officially putting to rest any remaining rumors about the company’s highly anticipated next move. Lonzo Ball will become the first player to have his own independently made signature shoe entering the NBA Draft. In the video above, Lonzo explains his decision.
Tiger certainly needs to go to a black barber to get what’s left of his hair on point. He definitely has aged since his wholesome image was shattered a few years back. On point comments from Youtuber’s below:
Well-known ESPN personality Stephen A. Smith spoke as the headliner of the Office of Multicultural Students’ Black History month-long list of events. Smith during that talk told students that “racism doesn’t exist” for them.
This tragedy gets more tragic as more information about the incident comes out.
“Prior to the actions that lead to Mr. Smith’s death, my client was involved in a hit and run,” John Fuller said. “Someone hit him and failed to pull over. My client trailed behind this person in an effort to get their license plate number. My client also called 911.”
Fuller says Hayes is not guilty and that he “felt threatened.” He also claims the presence of a second gun will help exonerate his client.
I have a love/hate relationship with Stephen A. Smith, with that being said, when he is hitting on all cylinders with his commentary on real issues in the sports world, I give him the proper credit he deserves and today happens to be one of those days. Here he speaks on Colin Kaepernick being fine for allegedly using the n-word during a game.
This is what a two game suspension looks like — Ray Rice delivering a vicious punch to his fiancee’s face, knocking her out cold … and TMZ Sports has the shocking video.
We’ve already shown you the aftermath outside the elevator … Rice dragging the unconscious woman on the floor. But we’ve now obtained video of the punch that put her down, raising the question … What was the NFL thinking when it wrist-slapped Rice with such feeble punishment? Continue reading →
After the shitstorm that ESPN anchor Stephen A. Smith caused on Friday with his comments regarding the punishment Baltimore Raven’s player Ray Rice for his assault of his wife in an elevator (who admittedly said she assaulted him first) very few jumped to his defense. View moderator and host Whoopi Goldberg took a stance defending Stephen A. Smith and made the bold statement that ” If You Hit a Man Don’t Be Surprised if He Hits Back ” on Monday’s broadcast.
Mark Cuban apologizes to the family of Trayvon Martin family but stands by his remarks when talking about race and prejudices. He was a long supporter of Donald Sterling so he is setting the stage to soften the blow on his Jewish brother.
“In hindsight I should have used different examples. I didn’t consider the Trayvon Martin family, and I apologize to them for that. Beyond apologizing to the Martin family, I stand by the words and the substance of the interview,” Cuban wrote. “I think that helping people improve their lives, helping people engage with people they may fear or not understand, and helping people realize that while we all may have our prejudices and bigotries, we have to learn that it’s an issue that we have to control. that it’s part of my responsibility as an entrepreneur to try to solve it.?
He spoke on the Donald Sterlings of the sports world but you guys didn’t listen.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan speaks on Lebron James and Jewish control in Sports and Entertainment. This lecture is entitled, ‘Who Are The Real Children of Israel: The Proof’ and was recorded on July 11, 2010.
Desean Jackson sits down with Stephen A. Smith and discusses the controversies surrounding him,his alleged gang ties, work ethic,being cut by the Philadelphia Eagles, and eventually signing with the Washington Redskins.
Bravo. I definitely agree with Stephen A. but Desean Jackson must also look at his actions and see how they are effecting his career on and off the field. There has been a multitude of times where he has thrown up the Rollin’ 60’s gang sign in music videos, on the field, and out partying. This is the NFL and whether we like it or not this type of behavior whether it is harmless or not, can cost you your job and millions of dollars.
After first reporting Iverson’s intention to retire earlier this week, longtime Iverson confidant Stephen A. Smith reported early Saturday that the Sixers, according to team sources, were giving deep consideration to making Iverson an offer.
“It’s being seriously considered,” one team official told Smith in an article for FoxSports.com.
A team official told ESPN.com on Friday that the Sixers did not intend to pursue Iverson in the wake of a broken jaw that has sidelined starting guard Lou Williams for eight weeks, preferring to give Williams’ minutes to rookie Jrue Holiday.
According to Smith’s latest report, Sixers coach Eddie Jordan is one of several key figures in the organization who supports Iverson’s return.
I am officially no longer a Steve A. Smith fan. His comments went off the deep end. For him to suggest that racism is not a factor in this country and that we have escaped the past history of slavery and discrimination is unbelievable.I understand his critiques of President Obama but his baseless reasoning leaves a pit in the stomach.