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Earlier this week Lenny DeFranco dared to imagine a new form of professional sports franchise ownership. Here Yago Colas offers an historical glimpse at a time when just such a form of ownership might still have been possible.
Joanna Schroeder looks at the legacy NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell could leave if he chose to lead against racism the way the NBA has.
B.O.L.D member Joshua Rivers has a change of heart on the Donald Sterling fiasco, calls for extermination!
When his father would cheer for him at his soccer and basketball games, Yago Colas understood that it was an expression of love and joy and acceptance.
Jim Jividen discusses the firing of Mark Jackson and the special kind of privilege that Jackson and other avowed Christians have.
Brandon Billinger is passionate about sports, but, once he became a father, he realized he had to show his son that being a fan means far more than just yelling and screaming
Give college athletes, those whose backs March Madness are built on for example, their 40 acres and a mule.
If there was ever a man who codified and successfully taught leadership to young men, it was John Wooden.
Chris Parisi has experienced all the ups and downs, the heart ache and redemption, the pain and exhilaration of love. The object of his affection? The Boston Celtics.
Michael Kasdan remembers Phillip Seymour Hoffman for that brilliant pickup basketball scene from Along Came Polly
Danny Baker knows recovering from a mental illness is hard work, but it is possible. He’s living proof that it can be done.
Dennis Rodman went ballistic in a CNN interview about his exhibition in North Korea. Here’s three reasons why some of what he said made sense.
Liam Day reflects on the comments made by Southern Illinois men’s basketball coach Barry Hinson, and points out that the younger generation is a lot better than we give them credit for.
We play for the camaraderie. We play for the competition. We play to feel good. We play to feel ourselves.
Sometimes men need to call out other men. Here, Keith Olbermann rails against the NFL.
What you don’t know — and what you think you know — can hurt you, says Dr. Brett Osborn.
The only way to get good at being human is to talk to more of them. But here are tricks to carry a conversation or end it whenever you want to.
This is anything but your average “365 days of … ” project.
Just imagine the number of things that have to go right in order for a hole-in-one to happen.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a feminist in possession of respect for women must spoil everything.
William Boyle discusses the true issues behind the flaws of the American school system, and who we have really failed.
Zach Rosenberg has seen some terrible ads about incompetent fathers. This Cheerios ad is the exact opposite. Prepare to behold greatness.
A summer cleaning project digs up a man’s painful, buried memories.
I’m giving my child to you. Please return him in the same or better condition in which you receive him.
Marcus Bright calls for action in educational reform.
So many little girls have been taught to be sweet at all costs. N.C. Harrison examines the life and times of a female wrestler who broke that rule…and plenty of others.
There you see several photos proudly displayed around the room. In every single one of them they are dressed as a clown.
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.