Former NBA player Brandon Hunter passed away Tuesday. Hunter had stints with the Boston Celtics and Orlando Magic and was reportedly taking part in a hot yoga class earlier this week when he collapsed. Hot yoga has been known to be an intense workout, but his cause of death at an Orlando-area studio has yet […]

Angel Reese is giving back to her community by handing out back to school supplies and donating an full-year's tuition to her alma mater.

The growing debate of politics in sports has taken another turn. The NBA has long been the leading professional sports league regarding freedom of speech and progressive ideas, but it seems the Orlando Magic didn’t get the memo. The Florida-based team donated $50,000 to Never Back Down, the super PAC supporting Ron DeSantis’ 2024 presidential […]

Strippers and Disney don’t mix, but Paul Pierce learned this the hard way. Like many of us, the Boston Celtic legend spent much of quarantine scrolling through social media and broadcasting on Instagram Live as we were all simultaneously stuck inside. However, Pierce went a bit too far during one IG live session where he […]

Less than a week removed from suffering cardiac arrest, LeBron James lets fans know his son Bronny is doing much better. James took to Instagram to update the public on his son’s health by posting a video of Bronny playing the piano with a smile as his sister Zhuri and brother Bryce watched him. […]

Deion Sanders will miss the first media day for the Colorado Buffaloes as he recovers from a second surgery to repair blood clots on his right leg.

Drake continues to live the dream life of your most dedicated sports fan. The rapper is known for his love of college hoops, most notably the Kentucky Wildcats, and his relationship with head coach John Calipari. Apparently, Drizzy is so cool with Coach Calipari that he let him borrow his $100 million Toronto mansion for […]

At last year's WNBA All-Star Game in Chicago, which I attended, Brittney Griner's absence was a pall over the game.

Fresh off her win as Best Breakout Athlete at this year's ESPY Awards, LSU basketball champion Angel Reese announced a new foundation.

You already know about Shaq’s son Shareef O’Neal’s basketball prowess, but he’s got another kid on the radar. Enter Me’Arah O’Neal. The 17-year-old is already a staggering 6’4″ and is currently playing at Houston’s Episcopal high school. She recently participated in the 2023 Nike Girls Elite Youth Basketball Tournament as a CYFAIR Elite Sports team member. […]