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Ice Cube’s eldest son O’Shea Jackson Jr. scored a verbal knockout against UFC fighter Colby Covington on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, after Covington took shots at LeBron James for his political stances. Covington had just defeated Tyron Woodley in the UFC Fight Night on Saturday evening. During the post-game press conference, Covington dedicated his victory…

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Lebron James is universally considered the best player in basketball by most pundits and a legion of hardcore hoop fans. Truth be told, James has been the focal point for every team he’s played on since high school. So when former Duke standout and Chicago Bulls point guard, Jay Williams, compared James to Scottie Pippen,…

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Jemele Hill and Cari Champion are two of the most prolific voices in media today. Besides being veteran journalists and boasting stellar careers at ESPN, the self-proclaimed BFFs have consistently refused to mute their voices when the conversation around sports spilled over into racial equality and politics. Currently, the besties are co-hosting an all-new late-night…

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NBA superstar Kyrie Irving has developed a reputation as an iconoclast, a fierce individualist and a free thinker who has frequently challenged NBA traditions that are considered sacrosanct. Subsequently, it comes as no surprise that the 28-year-old Brooklyn Nets sharpshooter proffered the idea that players seriously consider starting their own pro league, according to the…

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NFL superstar and New Orleans legend Drew Brees ignited a firestorm of controversy when he said he opposes kneeling during the national anthem, inciting an onslaught of bare-knuckled criticism from current and former athletes. Without saying his name, Brees is referencing exiled quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who began sitting and then started kneeling during the playing…

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No one is calling LeBron James the second coming of two-sport king Bo Jackson. But King James gave very real consideration to playing in the National Football League about a decade ago. The media voted James to the All-State wide receiver team when he played for St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio in…

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