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If early performances are any indication of how competitive HBCU basketball will be this season, then we should be in for a treat. The post Big Wins Earn HBCU Basketball Bigger Respect This Season appeared first on NewsOne.

The true essence of the CIAA tournament isn't the basketball or even the star musical performances; it’s in the camaraderie, tradition and legacy passed down from generation to generation in the HBCU community.

The Pacers are sending forward/center Domantas Sabonis and guards Jeremy Lamb, and Justin Holiday to the Sacramento Kings in for guards Tyrese Haliburton, Buddy Hield and forward/center Tristan Thompson.

LeBron James had a couple removed from the L.A. Lakers vs. Indiana Pacers game after a woman allegedly said to him, "I hope Bronny dies in a car wreck."

A rally for NBA player Kyrie Irving that also served as a protest against the vaccine mandate preventing him from playing this season drew comparisons to the Jan. 6 Capitol riots after turning violent in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon.

Unfortunately, some of those COVID-19 conspiracists happen to be stars we love and admire. Here's a list of NBA athletes who have shared their controversial opinions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Responding to the report of holdouts among NBA players who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar spoke in no uncertain terms about their "arrogance" and what he described as hypocrisy when it comes to following guidance from health professionals.

Carmelo Anthony gives an interesting hot take on what he believes to be FBI cooperation happening in the NBA.

The Milwaukee Bucks may have won the NBA championship on Tuesday night, but sideline reporter Malika Andrews emerged as the real MVP while ESPN analyst Rachel Nichols' streak of negative attention continued.

Fresh off of losing the NBA Finals to Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul is already answering questions about his future.

Minnesota sports teams postponed games Monday out of respect for Daunte Wright, the 20-year-old Brooklyn Center man killed by police during a traffic stop on Sunday.