The Nets make a questionable move in hiring Steve Nash

Brooklyn Nets fans still have not fully recovered from the questionable firing of former head coach Kenny Atkinson in March.

Activism remains decisive in the WNBA

Right from the start, the WNBA said this season, which is unlike any previous WNBA season, would be dedicated to social justice.

Hilliard keeps gymnasts inspired

Next year will mark the 25-year anniversary of the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation, which is headquartered in Harlem.

The late John Thompson was a giant of sports and society

The passing of John Thompson, announced by his family in a written statement on Monday, is the physical transitioning of a figurative and literal giant.

This year’s US Open will be absent the fans and entourages

The 2020 U.S. Open is analogous to trees falling in the woods. No one knows if they’ve made a sound.

John Thompson, coaching legend and unforgettable mentor, dies at 78

John Thompson was the first Black coach to win the NCAA Championship. In 1984, he led the Georgetown Hoyas to victory over the Houston Cougars.

Washington Mystics launch Unite the Vote

In a WNBA season dedicated to social justice advocacy, the Washington Mystics has launched Unite the Vote, in which the New York Liberty is participating.

Liberty losses continue

On Aug. 22, the New York Liberty released an update on Sabrina Ionescu’s injury.

The NBA playoffs and police brutality converge with the shooting of Jacob Blake

The first round of the NBA post season is coming to an end as a welcome, albeit brief, diversion from the COVID-19 pandemic.

College football players are confronted with crucial life and career decisions

By their own choice or a cancellation of their schedule by school presidents, 23 preseason college football All-Americans will not be playing this fall.

Liberty losses keep on coming

WNBA regular season is at the midpoint. The Seattle Storm, three-time WNBA Champions, sit atop the standings with the emerging Las Vegas Aces in second.

Regardless of their playoff seed, the Nets face a great deal of adversity

Whether the Brooklyn Nets secured the Eastern Conference’s seventh or eighth seed in an unforeseen installment of NBA summer league basketball, they were going to face a difficult opponent.

Defying the odds, the NBA bubble has been a welcomed success

When the NBA resumed its season on July 30 inside the aptly named bubble at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida, the state was experiencing one of the highest positivity rates of the novel coronavirus in the country.

Hastings launches important informational series for girls

Last week, the Natasha Hastings Foundation debuted an informational series for young women and girls to provide them insight about their bodies and help them have a healthy self-understanding as they grow through puberty into young adulthood.

Prudent college football leaders choose health over commerce

America doesn’t need college football or any sport right now. What America needs above all else is to save lives by mitigating the novel coronavirus pandemic.