Basketball

The skill set of being a successful college athlete is very similar to mental makeup you need to be a successful doctor, which makes it a perfect path for the many black student athletes who don't go pro.

The anti-vaccine hysteria is now sweeping through the NBA like a fast-break layup.

Responding to the report of holdouts among NBA players who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spoke in no uncertain terms about their "arrogance" and what he described as hypocrisy when it comes to following guidance from health professionals.

The Milwaukee Bucks may have won the NBA championship on Tuesday night, but sideline reporter Malika Andrews emerged as the real MVP while ESPN analyst Rachel Nichols' streak of negative attention continued.

Fresh off of losing the NBA Finals to Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul is already answering questions about his future.

Chris Paul is in the league's COVID-19 protocol "indefinitely" in the middle of a major playoffs run, prompting NBA fans to wonder if the Phoenix Suns' star point guard is fully vaccinated.

The president of the Boston Celtics, an NBA franchise long associated with being the whitest team in the league, has abruptly stepped down just one week after making questionable comments on the topic of racism.

There's been a swell of support on social media for Kyrie Irving to press charges against the fan who threw a water bottle at him and narrowly missed in the moments after an NBA playoff game in Boston against the Celtics.

Kyrie Irving’s recent comments about racism in Boston have fans of the NBA’s Celtics resentful despite their adamant refusal to accept the reality that, yes, in case anyone thought otherwise, anti-Black racism is still very much a thing in that city.

Minnesota sports teams postponed games Monday out of respect for Daunte Wright, the 20-year-old Brooklyn Center man killed by police during a traffic stop on Sunday.

After taking a year off because of the pandemic, the 2021 NCAA Tournament made a triumphant return and got off to a very Black start after both teams from HBCUs won their play-in games.

The Howard University men's basketball team has canceled the remainder of its season because of health concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.