Monsters from the Id: The Old Heads’ Chronicles, Volume I By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN NEWSROOM (Editor’s Note: There are times when we as Black folks are our own worst enemies; with that we present this gem from our archives…) “Morbius was too close to the […]Read more "MONSTERS FROM THE ID!!!"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND — Remember most of us were once the younger fan. We remember our first MLB game, remember our first World Series, and remember meeting our first player. This will be lost if MLB does not change. “Baseball being baseball” does not get it. They have lost at least […]Read more "MLB JUST CAN’T HELP STEPPING OVER THEMSELVES (PART II)"
TO DEFINE EXCELLENCE – The Chuck Ealey Saga Continues By Michael – Louis Ingram, Editor – in – Chief BASN NEWSROOM (Editor’s Note: With the opening of the 2019 college football season, we at BASN NEWSROOM feel it is time to revisit an issue we first took on at BlackAthlete.com a decade […]Read more "TO DEFINE EXCELLENCE"
THE COST OF TAKING A STAND By Patrick Freeman The Mighty O’Ba Sports Report BUFFALO, NY : The year was 1993 and most NFL players were celebrating their victory in free agency; but Freeman McNeil, who was the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit against the NFL never benefited from his sacrifice. McNeil would have been […]Read more "THE COST OF TAKING A STAND"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND, CA.– If Major League Baseball wants to get back into the hearts and minds of the American people, it needs to take steps toward the future, not keep returning to the past. Baseball is sick, its problems are so great, that 20 different medicines as prescribed by this doctor […]Read more "MLB JUST CAN’T HELP STEPPING OVER THEMSELVES (PART I)"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter NEW YORK — Pushing Roger Federer in three tough Australian Open sets. Beating top American John Isner in Washington, D.C. Being the No. 1 ranked junior American in 2014. That’s Long Island’s own Noah Rubin. Rubin is currently playing in the Oracle Challenger in New Haven. A big fan favorite, […]Read more "The Book of Noah: Rubin Continues To Rise"
By Richard Kent, Staff Reporter NEW YORK — It isn’t going to happen. Not at the US Open at least. No less of a pundit than John McEnroe has proclaimed it. Fedal simply wasn’t meant to be in New York. That is Federer-Nadal. They have incredibly never played in the US Open and it seemed […]Read more "Upset: Another Non-Fedal Final In Flushing"