THE NBA COACHING DILEMMA OF 2020

By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The National Basketball Association seems to be headed in the wrong direction with over 85% African American players on the floor and less than 10% African Americans in their executive’s offices. The League will be moving into it’s 73rd year in 2021, the NBA has had 73 Black head […]

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HEY, NBA!! IT’S TIME!!

By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter OAKLAND- The National Basketball Association has to do a better job with their hiring and firing procedures. There are thirty teams and FIVE African American head coaches, 73 Black head coaches in 73 years, that is one per year. Remember the first Black head coach did not get a […]

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Kobe Bryant: The Black Mamba

By Eric D. Graham, Staff Reporter The Most Hated, The Most Motivated He’s Jordan Updated. I know, it’s been Debated But, he was born with Killer Instinct And I don’t care, what you think Nobody is better than Kobe. If there is, then show me Cause I am about to SET IT OFF So, let’s […]

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BLACK HEAD COACHES: NBA 2018-19

  By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter    Earl Lloyd OAKLAND, CA – As the NBA moves into the 2018 holiday season, there are nine active Black head coaches. The Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers let go former head coach, Ty Lue following another departure by perennial All-Star LeBron James. Cleveland is currently 1-11, last place in […]

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NBA unveils 2018-19 national TV schedule for Opening Week, Christmas Day and Martin Luther King Jr. Day

NEW YORK — The NBA has announced its national television schedule for the opening week of the 2018-19 regular season as well as its lineup of five Christmas Day games on ESPN networks and three Martin Luther King Jr. Day games on TNT. The league’s 73rd season will tip off on Tuesday, Oct. 16. The complete […]

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NRG Conducts First Major Poll On Changing Attitudes Towards Legalized Sports Gambling In The U.S.

LOS ANGELES — National Research Group (NRG), a leading global entertainment strategy and polling firm providing data and insights to a wide range of FORTUNE 500 companies, conducted the first major poll on how attitudes are changing on the key issue of legalized gambling and how gambling could change the consumption of televised sports in the United States. […]

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