Aug 07, 2018 | by Schuyler Callihan, dubvnation.com
From Press Virginia to the Grit N’ Grind of the Memphis Grizzlies, Jevon Carter is making a name for himself in the association. The former West Virginia guard will now be the next NBA ambassador for the AND1 basketball footwear company.
The two-day event is called the “Jabari Parker Family Summer Basketball Camp” for a reason.
There’s Jabari, the new Bull and former Simeon star, jumping in to lead a drill. There are his parents, Sonny and Lola, walking around the Quest Multisport facility, making sure each detail is handled and the summer remains magical for the 346 registered youths at the fourth ...
Aug 02, 2018 | by TAFT COGHILL JR. THE FREE LANCE–STAR
When Justin Anderson learned LeBron James was opening I Promise School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, it served as further motivation for the Westmoreland County native to continue giving back to the Fredericksburg area.
Anderson doesn’t possess the worldwide clout of James, but the Atlanta Hawks swingman believes he can do his part to improve the outlook of youth in ...
Jul 31, 2018 | by Gordon Hayward, gordonhayward20.life
After I had to go in for surgery in May (don’t worry I’m fine now), I was kind of back to square one for a bit in terms of the rehab. Stuck in a boot, not very mobile. But that did give me a chance to do a little gaming.
Like everyone else, I’ve become a little obsessed with Fortnite.
AUBURN HILLS – It’s a 50-50 call whether either Jose Calderon or Zaza Pachulia will wind up in Dwane Casey’s everyday rotation, but both veterans are uniquely qualified to handle their role no matter what side of the coin comes up for them.
The standing ovation from the fans at Miller Park was a sobering irony, or maybe it was just a glaring example of the state of race relations in Milwaukee.
Brewers reliever Josh Hader received a raucous round of applause last week in his first home appearance since a stream of racist and homophobic tweets posted by him seven years ago as a 17-year-old became public. ...