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#TBT Favorite Fanatchick Film – Love & Basketball

If you never dreamed of having the type of relationship like Monica and Quincy’s then I don’t know what to tell you!

Love and Basketball is 15 years old and it is in fact a timeless film and an African-American classic. The love story that follows two aspiring athletes has its moments of laughs and tears. I […]

Beyoncé Does It Again

After her sexy, embellished dress and ponytail at the Met Gala went viral, it was clear that Beyoncé always shows up and shows out.

Photos of Nicki and Beyoncé’s video “Feeling Myself” have sparked positive reviews as the photos reflect friendship, feminism, and embracing oneself with confidence.

Beyoncé, wearing a one-piece Derrick Rose swimsuit that all but […]

All-Star Weekend 2016 in the 6

What an upgrade! From LA, to NO, and NY and now Toronto!

Whoever decides to go to NBA All-Star Weekend should be prepared to have the time of their lives…and freeze being that Toronto is practically a frozen tundra and All-Star Weekend is around early February.

However, not everyone may be as excited as us. After this year, […]

Cavs Move on to Round 3

WOW! It’s crazy how each year, the dynamic of the NBA changes. Last year, Miami was the team to be and with Lebron gone, his Cavs are back on top.

The Cavs won their round (4-2) and will play the winner out of the Hawks and the Wizards.

As for the West, Golden State and Memphis will face […]

A True Fanatchick, Lauren Hill Died Today From Her Brain Tumor

#RIPLaurenHill
You aren’t human if you were not moved by the courage Lauren Hill displayed living – not surviving – but living with an inoperable tumor in her brain.  She is the epitome of an athlete. She pushed through the pain and medicated herself with her passion for basketball, and love for her teammates.  She played […]

Victory for Daisha Simmons and Hopefully for Future Star Student-Athletes

We always hear about the student-athletes doing wrong. Here’s a story to SHARE about a victory for a student-athlete doing RIGHT!

Daisha Simmons was a member of the women’s basketball team who graduated from the University of Alabama in December 2013, but still retains another year of eligibility to play. She wants to keep playing basketball […]