NBA D-League vs. European Basketball: Why don’t more players go to Europe?

sportNBA D-League vs. European Basketball: Why don’t more players go to Europe?
The following article is a guest contribution by Benjamin Haynes, Esq. Haynes is a former Division 1 Basketball Player at Oral Roberts University and currently practices law in the State of Florida. Many current and former college basketball players …

What was the best Decade of NBA Basketball?
80s we’re the best decade, even as a rockets fan. Young Hakeem, Sampson, Mccray, Robert Reid, Moses Malone, Calvin, Rudy. For me as a Rockets fans, it’s the 90s. No contest. Two Rockets championships sandwiched by MJ’s greatness. Nothing since has been close.

Fun Friday: NBA Basketball
I watched the President talk to Bill Simmons about the Chicago Bulls (and Jeremy Lin) just now. I hope Obama gets his wish to welcome the Bulls to the White House as NBA Champions. But I don’t root for the Bulls. They killed the Knicks too many times in …


Rio 2016, Day One Report: Samba, Speedos and Sexy Water Polo Players

sportRio 2016, Day One Report: Samba, Speedos and Sexy Water Polo Players
Twenty-four hours ago, the world didn’t really know what to expect from this year’s Olympic games in Rio. But once the Olympic torch was lit at the world-famous Maracanã stadium, there was no turning back for Brazil. The 2016 Olympic Games got …
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Immigrants of the Day: Rio Olympics Edition: The Water Polo Team
The US Men’s Water Polo Team has gotten off to a tough 0-2 start, but, hopefully, things will pick up. Two members of Team USA are immigrants. Tony Azevedo is a native of Rio de Janeiro and is captain of Team USA. That’s well deserved considering …

Rio 2016 USA vs Spain Water Polo Li-ve St-ream
Water polo isn’t a sport that gets Americans on their feet, but they definitely should consider giving it a watch during the 2016 Olympics. Believe it or not, water polo is the oldest team sport in the Olympics, having been a part of the Games since 1900.


Olympic team players confident ahead of Algeria clash

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Olympic team players confident ahead of Algeria clash
Zamalek winger Mahmoud Kahraba expressed his optimism in the team’s ability to win the tournament, which acts as the CAF qualifier for the Olympic football tournament. “Our focus is to win the Cup and not just qualify for the Olympics,” Kahraba said in …
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Nonviolent activism around the Olympic Games: History and lessons learned
A Tiananmen Square-themed Olympic logo. Creative Commons. Some rights reserved.Bringing the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to act on human rights has been the product of decades of international and local resistance, from boycotting South …
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For Rio de Janiero 2016 Olympics, Brazil’s auditor worried about border security
RIO DE JANEIRO – A government watchdog said Wednesday that “flaws” in Brazil’s border security are a “big concern” heading toward next year’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Augusto Nardes, a government auditor, told a news conference organized by …
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Australian Open Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players

sportAustralian Open Intent on Leading the World in Pampering Players
MELBOURNE, Australia — For decades, professional tennis players struggled with tournament organizers to get more money and better services, and while that battle is far from over, the level of player pampering at the Australian Open suggests a …
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Tennis supporters enjoy Oh WATA Night in Margaritaville
Hosted at Fianna Hills Country Club in Fort Smith, the Western Arkansas Tennis Association’s (WATA) Jimmy Buffett-song inspired fundraiser featured all things beach including dinner, drinks, decor, and more. Upon arrival, guests were greeted at the …
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No. 15 Aggie men’s tennis upsets fifth-ranked Ohio State
15 Texas A&M men’s tennis team pulled an upset of fifth-ranked Ohio State, beating the Buckeyes 4-3 over two days of action and a trio of rain delays at Mitchell Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. The Aggies won the doubles point on Saturday on a pair …
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