Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Ignorance Vs. Reason in the War on Education
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Ignorance Vs. Reason in the War on Education

(Time) – When I started playing basketball as a freshman at UCLA, coach John Wooden…

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Michael Jordan Is 52 and Still Draining Buzzer-Beaters
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Michael Jordan Is 52 and Still Draining Buzzer-Beaters

Lucy McCalmont, THE HUFFINGTON POST   GOLETA, Calif. (Huffington Post) — When you’re the best,…

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Knicks Say Former Player Anthony Mason has Died
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Knicks Say Former Player Anthony Mason has Died

Rick Freeman, ASSOCIATED PRESS   NEW YORK (AP) — Anthony Mason, the rugged power forward…

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Earl Lloyd, N.B.A.’s First Black Player, Dies at 86
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Earl Lloyd, N.B.A.’s First Black Player, Dies at 86

Richard Goldstein, THE NEW YORK TIMES DETROIT (The New York Times)—Earl Lloyd, who became the…

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LeBron Isn’t Happy That His 10-Year-Old is Getting College Letters
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LeBron Isn’t Happy That His 10-Year-Old is Getting College Letters

  (USA Today) – LeBron James Jr. is already showing signs of following in his…

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The Black Athlete: We Should have an All-Star Week
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The Black Athlete: We Should have an All-Star Week

By Omar Tyree NNPA Columnist   Each year in mid-February, the NBA All-Star Game plants…

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Mo’ne Davis Outshines Kevin Hart at Celebrity All-Star Game
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Mo’ne Davis Outshines Kevin Hart at Celebrity All-Star Game

Doug Feinberg, ASSOCIATED PRESS   NEW YORK (AP) — Little League phenom Mo’ne Davis was…

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Smith’s Impact Goes Beyond UNC, Basketball After His Death
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Smith’s Impact Goes Beyond UNC, Basketball After His Death

Aaron Beard, ASSOCIATED PRESS   (AP)—Dean Smith accomplished so much on and off the court during…

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Tired of Waiting, LeBron Decides It’s Time to Publicly Challenge Kevin Love
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Tired of Waiting, LeBron Decides It’s Time to Publicly Challenge Kevin Love

Kevin Ding, BLEACHER REPORT   CLEVELAND (BleacherReport.com)— For everything that didn’t happen for Kevin Love in…

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Adam Silver is Not Done Trying to Make the NBA Better
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Adam Silver is Not Done Trying to Make the NBA Better

Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY   (USA Today)—In a short time, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has…

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