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If the National Basketball Association‘s season does not restart this year, the league could crown a champion without the benefits of a playoff system to determine the winner. Nothing in the NBA bylaws prevents the league and its owners from voting on a league champ for the 2019-2020 season, The New York Times reports. The…

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Since the beginning of Trump’s run for office, there were sellout Negroes clamoring to claim the shadiest part of the cotton field. Arguably one of the most well known Black conservative commentators of the political “buck dance” was CNN political contributor Paris Dennard. But now there is trouble for Dennard that has put him smack…

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Since the death of Freddie Gray, police in the city of Baltimore have been under the microscope for a series of alleged injustices. Now, once again, there is evidence that Baltimore has a serious problem with dirty cops. The Baltimore public defender’s office released body cam footage from an arrest that occurred in January by…

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  Network giant NBC has recently announced action on what has become a creditability crisis for the network. “NBC Nightly News” anchorman Brian Williams was caught in a significant lie, over his coverage of the war in Iraq. Williams falsely claimed that a helicopter he was riding in came under attack, a fact which has…

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The show “Sorority Sisters” on VH1 has been the subject of wide controversy. Because of the over-the-top demeanor of the cast who are members of prominent Black Greek letter organizations, there have been calls to boycott the show and press for removal from the airwaves. Now at least one sorority has taken action against a member…

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Former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice breaks his silence for the first time since his indefinite suspension from the NFL. During a phone interview with ESPN, the disgraced athlete said… “‘I have to be strong for my wife,’ said Rice. ‘[Janay] is so strong. We are in good spirits.’ ‘We have a lot of people praying…

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It was reported two weeks ago that a middle school teacher from a Boynton Beach, FL charter school was suspended after distributing uncensored Lil Wayne lyrics to his students. The sharing of the lyrics, from the Wayne song “Six Foot Seven Foot,” was explained by the school’s headmaster as the teacher trying to be creative in reaching his students. Of course, parents were shocked and outraged by the exercise. During his recent appearance on ESPN’s First Take, Lil Wayne was asked about the incident and shared his perspective on the teacher’s judgment.

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Celebrities took aim at embattled and reviled baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez, who was just suspended by Major League Baseball for a record 211 games, but is allowed to continue playing while he appeals the decision. A-Rod and 12 other players were banned from baseball for at least 50 games for their connection to illicit performance-enhancing…

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