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LeBron James has long been a lightning rod in the sports world. The basketball marvel inspires fan adoration and disgust in almost equal quantities. The perennial NBA superstar will undoubtedly incite more social media debates, especially after he surpassed fellow legend Kobe Bryant for the number of triple-doubles in the history of the Los Angeles…

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New Year’s Eve is a time of celebration and hope. But it is also a time of quiet introspection and mourning for the invaluable treasures we lost in the past 12 months. As we thankfully close the book on the year 2020, we also commemorate the ones we lost. Congressman John Lewis: The venerated civil…

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We are mercifully concluding what has been undoubtedly the most tumultuous year in America in more than a century, if not all time. Adversity can cripple the weak and unstable, but it also tends to bring out the best in others. Below were 10 of the best athletes and teams who managed to thrive despite…

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Vanessa Bryant conveyed her excruciating emotional pain as she deals with her mother suing her even as Bryant continues to mourn the passing of her husband, Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. Bryant says her mother, Sofia Laine, is lying when she claims in court documents that she worked as a personal assistant and nanny…

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1. Kobe Bryant The world was stunned by the deaths of Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. Many children lost their hero, idol, and favorite player. Kobe Bryant left a massive legacy for the world always to know the “Black Mamba.” 2. Chadwick Boseman Anybody, young or old, felt the pain and sadness of losing…

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In the words of Kendrick Lamar, “But if God got us then we gon’ be alright.” We lost another hero: Chadwick Boseman, the epitome of Black excellence. The bombshell news of his death sent shockwaves around the world. Our Black Panther, who made us believe in Wakanda forever is no longer on this earth. As…

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