Giannis Antetokounmpo Remains Favorite For NBA’s MVP Award This Season

The NBA is officially back, folks. After a miserable four months of inactivity due to the COVID-19 outbreak, NBA basketball has returned to our screens, albeit a bit differently than we’re used to. Continue Reading →

The Late NBA Legend Kobe Bryant Had Deep Harlem Connections From Rucker To Rice

Late NBA star Kobe Bryant was a hero in Los Angeles, but he also had connections to the east coast, and specifically, NYC’s Harlem neighborhood. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Auctioning To Help Kids In Underprivileged Schools

Harlem resident Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is auctioning off four of his NBA championship rings, plus other memorabilia, to help kids in economically challenged schools learn about science, technology, engineering and math. Continue Reading →

Have A Ball On Father’s Day From Harlem To Hollywood

melandson1By Marc Rasbury

In a time when folks are asking where are all of the African-American fathers, you can look at the 2015 NBA Finals to see many proud dads celebrating their offspring’s accomplishments as well basking in the glow of fatherhood. Continue Reading →


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