It’s time: A plea for Dusty B.

By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus Dear baseball gods. I know y’all are a bit busy this week getting ready for the usual October festivities. But I’m just asking for a couple of minutes of your time. I’m not one to be asking for public favors, but in this case, I’ll make an exception. It’s about […]

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BASN’s NFL Field Generals Report: First Quarter Review

By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus For the second time in the last three seasons since we debuted the Field Generals Report, at least a dozen (13 in fact) black/minority quarterbacks started on Opening Day. Unfortunately, many have already been dealt with injury setbacks, questionable play calling, and the all too familiar double-standard of media scrutiny […]

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Kyrgios upsets No. 1 Medvedev 

By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter FLUSHING, NY — Many say that he has never lived up to his raw potential. John McEnroe says that “the guy has got one of the greatest serves in the history of tennis.” That’s Australian Nick Kyrgios in a nutshell. Kyrgios knocked off No. 1 seed Daniil Medvedev 7-6, 3-6, […]

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On The Rise: Nico Godsick

By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter Father: Tony Godsick, Roger Federer’s long-time agent and the most powerful agent in tennis. Check. Mother: Mary Jo Fernandez, Australian Open and French Open Finalist and 7 WTA titles. Check. Good friend and mentor: Roger Federer. Check. Webster’s defines destiny as a “predetermined course of events.” If that is the […]

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