By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter 155 miles is really not that far. It’s the distance from Bridgeport to Philadelphia and it is a pretty straight shot down I-95. That is the very route that Niele Ivey will be traveling as the second-year head coach makes the trek from Bridgeport to lead Notre Dame into the […]Read more "Love & Basketball: The Fighting Iveys"
AMERICA FIGHTING YOURSELF Gary Norris Gray- Staff Reporter In the year 2021 the United States of American finds the country fighting with itself and no end in sight. It is Liberal vs. Conservative, it is north vs. south, red states vs. blue states, it is suburb vs. city; it is migrant vs. citizen, and yes, […]Read more "AMERICA FIGHTING YOURSELF"
Turner Sports and CBS Sports’ exclusive coverage of the 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship will tip off with the NCAA First Four™ on truTV on Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20 (6 p.m. ET, both days). First round game coverage will be held on Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22 (Noon-Midnight, both days) […]Read more "NCAA Tourney Opening and First Round TV Coverage Tips Off Tuesday, March 19"
The Mighty O’Ba Sports Report By Patrick Freeman BUFFALO, NEW YORK (www.basnnewsroom.com) So many times, the stories that we read involve tragedy and misfortune in our community with regard to our families. This time, let us celebrate a feel-good story about the love and dedication of family to ensure the success of their child. Athletics is a […]Read more "Ahmad Caver: On The Rise"
I BET YOU! (A BASN Black Paper, continued) By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN Newsroom PHILADELPHIA (www.basnnewsroom.com) Over two years ago, rows of betting machines were lying dormant in parts of Central and Southern New Jersey. After much arm twisting, the road to legal sports betting outside of Las Vegas […]Read more "I BET YOU! (A BASN Black Paper, continued)"
PLAY FAIR Gary Norris Gray-BASN Newsroom-Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA.-As the yearly March Madness tournament comes to a close, cracks are surfacing all over the hardwood floor. In the men’s Final Four there will not be an African-American head coach. In this Final Four, the players are still not being paid for their countless hours of […]Read more "PLAY FAIR"
By Gary Norris Gray, BASN Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA. — As The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) begins its March Madness basketball tournament the first week of March, there is a growing concern about players, conferences, teams, and Mid-Majors. The Missouri Valley Conference is shrinking with each passing year as the conference begins to […]Read more "THE MVC: DEATH OF A CONFERENCE"