Whether you call him Michael “Bae” Jordan, Michael “Jailbait” Jordan or Michael “You remind me of my little brother” Jordan *raises hand*, there’s no denying that since his breakout role in Fruitvale Station, Michael B. Jordan has become one to watch (bonus points if you remember him from nighttime drama Brothers &…
Jim Harbaugh, the former San Francisco 49ers head coach, is coming out in full defense of his former quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest against the killing of unarmed black men, women and children by police.
Anthony Lynn is new to all of this. He isn’t used to being in the spotlight or being the voice of a team, but he’s signed up for the job, and let’s hope his first day out of the gate isn’t a symbol of what is to come.
Former Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden strikes me as one of those Southern racists who are so racist, they don't truthfully believe that they're racist. The kind of racists who will pat a black man on the head or call his closest black male friend "boy"—you know, a Paula Deen-style racist.
George Karl was once an NBA coach. He wasn't a good NBA coach, even with top talent like Carmelo Anthony, so Karl was fired from every NBA coaching job he ever had. Now the sorry ex-NBA coach is releasing a tell-all book about his days of coaching players who were better served under better coaches. In his upcoming…
The University of Louisville was rocked last year with claims that former players and recruits were lured to the school with sex from prostitutes hired by a former university employee.
It’s time for Colin Kaepernick to rise up: Chip Kelly, the coach of the San Francisco 49ers, announced Tuesday that he's making the switch from the highly ineffective Blaine Gabbert to Kaepernick, NFL.com reports.
The NBA has super-strict rules when it comes to the national anthem. Ever since Denver Nuggets guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf protested by sitting during “The Star-Spangled Banner” in 1996, the league has a specific rule that states, "Players, coaches and trainers are to stand and line up in a dignified posture along the…
Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue took a page out of Doc Rivers' book to help LeBron and nem walk away with the world championship.
Remember the old Mike Ditka? The coach of the team that gave the world this gem:
It wasn't the move or the shot so much as it was the stepover. Fifteen years ago, when Allen Iverson was in his prime as a shooting guard with the Philadelphia 76ers, Tyronn Lue was a backup guard with the Los Angeles Lakers. It was Game 1 of the 2001 NBA Finals, and Iverson did this: