Tahir Murray is doing his part to infuse HBCU culture through fashion. Inspired by a commencement address from President Barack Obama, Murray chose to attend Howard University and created his apparel company “Legacy History Pride” that celebrates the unique culture at HBCUs while he was a student at Howard.
Unvaccinated Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving will be rejoining his team after sitting out the season's first 29 games in protest of the NBA's vaccine mandate. At the same time, a strong wave of COVID-19 is taking the country - and professional hoops league - by storm.
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.
Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving is donating $323,000 to provide meals for those in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meek Mill and Reform Alliance leaders treated children whose lives have been impacted by incarceration to a shopping spree.
Perhaps former CNN talk show host Piers Morgan failed to realize that the Barclays Center is in the United States, specifically Brooklyn, N.Y., not the United Kingdom. SEE ALSO: Ebola Fighters Are Time’s Person Of The Year In a Rachel Ray segment scheduled to air Thursday, Morgan excoriates Cleveland Cavalier star LeBron James (pictured right) […]
Jason Collins, 35, is expected to sign a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets today and will be available to play with the team when they meet the Los Angeles Lakers tonight in the Staples Center, reports Yahoo Sports. RELATED: Michael Sam: NFL Prospect Announces That He’s Gay Jason Collins: NBA Player Comes Out As Gay In Sports Illustrated As previously […]
“New York Post” writer Phil Mushnick, who generated a storm of controversy after saying that Jay-Z‘s Brooklyn Nets should consider changing their name to the ‘New York Ni**ers,’ is not only standing by his statement but calling his detractors out as hypocrites, reports Hello Beautiful. As previously reported by Newsone, Mushnick not only said the […]
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