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John “Hennry” Harris: Is The NFL Mad That Beast Mode-Mania Is Sweeping The Country?


BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch has gone from enigmatic media pariah to the NFL’s most-adored personality seemingly overnight, largely due to his stance on not speaking to the media.  Marshawn Lynch is a very private person and like his former teammate now NFL analyst Michael Robinson said, “What I do know is he wants ... Read More »

Lakers Lose Kobe Bryant For The Rest Of The Season


By Victor Ochieng The Los Angeles Lakers has been struggling this season and is faced with another challenge – losing a key player for the rest of the season. Kobe Bryant, one of the best players in the NBA, is taking a hiatus from the league due to a shoulder injury. The injury requires surgery, and opting for surgery means ... Read More »

ESPN’s Chris Broussard brings athletes, entertainers together for the cause of black men


Many people know famed journalist Chris Broussard from his many appearances on ESPN and other sports networks.  He’s a staple in the sports world, and also respected among many athletes and entertainers for his sports savvy and commitment to principle.   His recent interview with BOSS Sports showed that he’s very serious about seeing black men rise above the rim ... Read More »

Kobe Bryant Wanted To Join Michael Jordan with the Wizards


BY:  John “Hennry” Harris It is no secret that Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant’s idol was and is Michael Jordan.  Kobe has all but mastered Air Jordan’s mannerisms on the court, whether it is the form on his jumper, low post moves, his celebratory fist pump and even the ferocity in which he plays to win. What a lot ... Read More »

BOSS Sports | Video Of LA Clippers’ Blake Griffin With Trainer’s Head in His “Privates” Goes Viral


By Victor Ochieng Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin was caught on camera teasing his trainer on the sideline during their game against the Brooklyn Nets. The 25-year-old grabbed his trainer’s head using his right hand and forced it towards his groin. The trainer resisted the action and hit Griffin with a few weak punches, but the player just grinned about ... Read More »

Former BET President Reviving The Comic Book Company


They introduced us to characters like Icon, Blood Syndicate and Static who lived in a fantasy land called The Dakota Universe. Milestone Media broke the comic book mold by bringing black superheroes onto the scene. But the true heroes of Milestone comic books were the visionaries who saw how a coalition of African-American artists and writers could bring a balance ... Read More »

Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks dead at 83


Ernie Banks, known simply as “Mr. Cub” after hitting 512 home runs over a 19-year career spent entirely in Chicago, died Friday night at 83. Best known for his effusive “Let’s Play Two” phrase that epitomized the joy he felt for the game and brought to Wrigley Field, Banks was an 11-time All-Star, a first-ballot Hall of Famer and won ... Read More »

Legendary WNBA Player Makes Headlines Again as Coach of College Team


Reported by Dr. Sinclair Grey III Dawn Staley is considered one of the greatest point guards in women’s basketball history. The Philadelphia native and Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer has had her University of South Carolina Women’s Basketball Team ranked number one. That’s right: The #1 team is not Baylor or Connecticut — it’s South Carolina. Transitioning from player to coach, Staley ... Read More »