Basketball

Jeanie Buss Becomes the First Female Owner to Win an NBA Championship

Following Sunday night’s victory against the Miami Heat for the 2020 NBA Championship Title, Jeanie Buss becomes the first female controlling owner to lead an NBA franchise to a championship. Buss took over as the controlling owner, serving as the Los Angeles Lakers President in 2017. The Lakers win on Sunday is marked by many […]

8/24 — Honoring Kobe Bryant

In 2016, the Los Angeles City Council dubbed August 24th Kobe Bryant Day to commemorate the two jersey numbers he wore during his 20-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. Today, 8.24, nearly seven months since the heartbreaking loss of Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven other friends, we honor and remember the basketball great, […]

WNBA Superstar and Olympian Sue Bird Speaks Out – ‘Our lives are political’

Seattle Storm star Sue Bird, speaks out on female athletes being told to “stick to sports”. One of the many outspoken players in the WNBA, Bird is not backing down. On the “Old Man and the Three” Podcast, Bird discusses how female athletes have tried to stick to sports but nobody would let them. Bird […]

Same Grind, New Arena: Players Opting out of 2020 WNBA Season

The 2020 WNBA season is set to kick off tomorrow Saturday, July 25th in Bradenton, Florida at IMG Academy. Opening weekend will be dedicated to the Black Lives Matter Movement with all aspects of the game and player uniforms designed to affirm Black Lives Matter, honor victims of police brutality and racial violence. Tip-Off is […]

As We Begin Week Five of WBB NCAA season………….

College team news: Muffet McGraw apologized for Notre Dame’s unsportsmanlike behavior in Sunday’s loss to UConn. Arike Ogunbowale also apologized. Baylor is still Baylor, but is Oklahoma OK? Indiana’s two undefeated teams face off tomorrow. Arizona is riding a five-game winning streak. Princeton picked up their second win of the season against Davidson. Iowa’s opportunity …