The Dumbest (and Most Common) Argument for Why Michael Jordan, Not LeBron James, Is the Greatest Basketball Player Ever

“Don’t be a prisoner of the moment!” said the person on the internet, who is 36 years old, about the reaction to LeBron James’ theatrics against the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. And against the Raptors the game before that. And against the Raptors the game before that. And against the Indiana Pacers the series before…

Perry Wallace, the 1st Black Southeastern Conference Basketball Player, ‘Wasn’t a Candy-Coated or Candy-Assed Pioneer’

In 1966 Perry Wallace was a 6-foot-5-inch small forward who helped his Pearl High School team in Nashville, Tenn., go undefeated. He was being heavily recruited by major college programs, but Wallace, a high school All-American, would choose to stay close to home and go to Vanderbilt University.

Advertisement