The Olympics held in Tokyo this summer will not permit any BLM protests or apparel. Some groups have said they will provide legal backing to activists.
“Your agenda can’t go before your acumen. You can’t pander before your principles, right now, even if you get all the likes and all the retweets.”
Former President Donald Trump criticized NBA star LeBron James for egregious comments likely to incite violence against a heroic police officer.
Staples and its affiliated arena in Los Angeles that hosts the Lakers have been silent on LeBron James’ outrageous tweets threatening a police officer.
Before the league was a political breeding ground for basketball players who had classmates do their homework in college so they could act like political pundits, the NBA was a beautiful thing.
Basketball star LeBron James continued to incite violence against the Columbus, Ohio police officer who became latest target of leftist fury this week.
LeBron James tweeted a picture of the alleged Columbus police officer involved in a fatal shooting captioned with the words “YOU’RE NEXT.”
“Something’s got to unite us. And the games or sport in the past has been some kind of unification,” Favre said. “Now, it’s almost like a division.”
After the MLB decided to move its All-Star Game from Atlanta because of a GOP Georgia election bill, Trump called out woke corporations for their role.
The recent effort by U.S. tech companies to censor the news is further proof that America’s outreach project with China has backfired spectacularly.
The NBA’s ratings have dropped significantly across different viewing platforms. Is it because of the infusion of politics in the league?
Humanity is entertained by competition of all kinds. The pandemic has shown sports fans will find a new way to cheer and chant and boo.
Reports suggested that after he walked out, LeBron James and other players were headed to Washington D.C. on a private jet to protest at the White House.
The NBA routinely fails to stand up for freedom, so don’t expect LeBron James to tweet about Agnes Chow’s arrest or push for ‘StandwithHK’ on NBA jerseys.
Despite John Daniel Davidson’s excellent case for Michael Jordan and David Marcus’ compelling argument in favor of LeBron James, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the greatest individual NBA player of all time.
Political Editor John Davidson and NYC Correspondent David Marcus join Ben Domenech to debate who the greatest basketball player of all time is.
Let’s dispense with the facile comparisons to LeBron James—or anyone else. It’s not even close.
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