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.
Jackson State edged FAMU by one point as the HBCUs battled during a nationally televised game, but ESPN took home the loss after viewers sounded off because the network didn't show the bands perform at halftime, ignoring a cultural tradition.
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.
Jackson State University football Coach Deion Sanders walked out of a media event after a reporter refused to address him by anything other than his first name.
Aliyah Shipman, a teenage star Taekwondo fighter who used to compete with Team USA, says she is being blocked from fighting at the Tokyo Olympics because she represents Haiti now.
The Richardson and ESPN controversies were just two of the many-layered stories that emerged in the world of sports this week, where Black women are routinely targeted for their flair, athleticism, and ability.
Richardson was originally suspended for the 100-meter race in Tokyo over a failed drug test. Now America's fastest female sprinter won't run in Tokyo at all.
Hammer-thrower Gwen Berry is speaking out about her protest of the American flag and national anthem at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials in an unapologetic effort to clear up any misconceptions.
While Williams did not reveal what led to her decision to skip the Tokyo Olympics, the IOC's childcare policy could play a large role for working mothers like the superstar athlete.
The Olympics are weeks away, get familiar with the stars holding it down for the hometeam.