For Chicks Who Dig Hoops…Professional, College, Men, Women
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 […]
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 […]
I’ve been a big fan of Kevin Love since the 2012 NBA All-Star Weekend. It’s going to be interesting to see how this next season shapes up for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Can they make the playoffs in 2015? Can they make the championship series in 2016? We shall see.
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In 2030 Allen Iverson will become a very rich man. He apparently has a trust from Reebok worth $30 million that cannot be claimed till he’s 55 years old. So will he make it to then? Iverson was spotted last week begging for change by several shoppers at Lenox Mall in Atlanta. $154 million burned through […]
If you haven’t already heard, another historic night took place within the WNBA, this time at the Target Center in Minneapolis. The Minnesota Lynx took on the Atlanta Dream on Tuesday night, and Lynx star Maya Moore did not disappointment. In a double overtime thriller, Moore scored a career-high 48pts, securing a 112-108 win over […]