If and when NBA play resumes, the Milwaukee Bucks will try and scratch a nearly half-century itch. The franchise’s first and only NBA title was in 1971 with a cast featuring two all-time greats, Oscar Robertson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, plus a lesser known but extraordinarily talented Richmonder.
If the Washington Nationals are to repeat as World Series champion, the team will need help in replacing the power of departed All-Star Anthony Rendon, who is now with the Los Angeles Angels.
Much to his own surprise, Philip Logan is back in the news.
Alabama State University, a public HBCU in Montgomery, is hopeful a former NBA All-Star will bring success to its basketball program.
Michael Jordan the basketball player is a global legend. His greatness is beyond debate. Meanwhile, Jordan the baseball player remains a bit of a mystery, his status open to discussion.
Seems like just about any college basketball story nowadays includes the word “transfer.”
A native Richmonder played at least a small role in the historic coaching legacy of the late Don Shula.
Coming from near and far, help is on the way for the Virginia Union University basketball team.
Woody Strode was among the first four African-Americans to play in the NFL, but that isn’t necessarily his top claim to fame.
James Wiseman offers new meaning to the basketball term “one and done.”