Black Sports

BOSS Sports | White Sports Commentator Accuses NCAA of ‘Organized Theft of Black Wealth’


Reported by Victor Ochieng The issue of paying NCAA student athletes keeps popping up, with different personalities giving different opinions. Adding to the long list of those with opinions about the matter is Dave Zirin (pictured), a sports editor for The Nation, a weekly magazine. Zirin has joined in on the debate, specifically talking about March Madness. The well-known political sportswriter ...

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Olympic Gold Medalist’s Childhood Was So Traumatic That She Didn’t Talk Until She Was 5-Years-Old

Female boxer and Olympics hopeful Shields poses for a portrait in the F.W.C. Berston boxing gym in Flint

CELEBRITIESOlympic Gold Medalist’s Childhood Was So Traumatic That She Didn’t Talk Until She Was 5-Years-Old By staff | March 30, 2015 Claressa Shields is a demonstration of the American dream. In spite of the challenges she went through during her childhood, she managed to stay focused in life, rising to win a boxing gold medal in the Olympics. The 20-year-old overcame seχual abuse, ...

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Watch Serena Williams Smack It to Beyoncé’s 7/11


The woman named America’s greatest athlete by The New Yorker recently took time out to have some fun with one of Beyoncé’s many hits. A YouTube video shows Serena practicing and dancing to Beyoncé’s 7/11. “Our April cover star Serena Williams pulled a Beyoncé at the BallenIsles Country Club, practicing power shots and Bey-worthy dance moves to ‘7/11.’ Watch her ...

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Dr Roosevelt Mitchell III: Why would someone call Mone Davis a slut?


A college athlete recently received discipline for calling Mone Davis a slut. Davis is the young girl who wowed the nation with her baseball skills. She was in the news after the student made the remark on Twitter. Dr Roosevelt Mitchell III has a few things to say about this, and it’s not nice. Listen to what he has to ...

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Lousiville Coach Rick Pitino Advises Future Prospects to Skip College for Pro’s


By Brandon Simmons Louisville Cardinals’ men’s basketball coach rick Pitino has been around a great number of NBA superstars and hall-of-famers throughout his career. So when he advises that future prospects should jump right into the league after high school, then his opinion would hold a great deal of credence. According to ESPN, the hall-of-fame coach said that he would ...

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BOSS Sports | Jets cornerback signs one of the coldest contracts of all-time


By Victor Ochieng Football cornerback Darrelle Revis spent a good 6 years with the New York Jets from 2007 until 2012. As it turns out, the Jets aren’t finished him — they have signed the 28-year-old player once again. During Revis’ first tenure with the Jets, he was one of the leading NFL cornerbacks. He made it to the Super Bowl ...

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You’ll never believe how much money the NBA is making from black people

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Reported by Victor Ochieng If the NBA secures a huge international following in addition to its U.S. base, it will transform into a very big business with enormous global earnings. That’s why the franchise has been busy scouting for players from other countries to add to its fold. But even as more people appreciate the NBA, African-Americans in the U.S. ...

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BOSS Sports | Reggie Miller Says Michael Jordan called himself “Black Jesus”


BY:  John “Hennry” Harris Reggie Miller was known throughout his 18-year career in the NBA as one of the game’s fiercest competitors with a penchant for precision shooting, especially beyond the three-point arc in pressure situations.  When he retired in 2005, Miller held the record for most career 3-point field goals made until that record was broken by Ray Allen. ...

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