—In sports, it's a rare moment when you're able to see once in a lifetime talent play in their respected sport, during their prime. But seeing two exceptional athletes dominate the game of tennis like the Williams sisters have, is a historic moment for the game and fan alike.
If 20 years ago you were told that two black girls from Compton will transcend the sport of tennis, it's safe to say that the outcome would have been a stretch. However, Serena and Venus Williams has commanded respect from the best players in the game since they entered in the pro's. This documentary follows the rise of the two sisters dating back to their childhood years and it offers an intimate encounter of the two most influential players to step on the court.
That title makes sense if you knew LBJ's jersey number was six. (He's contemplating changing it back to 23 as I write.) Blown minds aside, Sports Illustrated has released this interesting infographic charting the far reaching impacts of The King's decision to return to Cleveland.
The 2013/2014 NBA season begins tonight. And like the seasons that preceded it, all eyes are on Lebron James. Except this time, they are stares from sneering and scowling haters, they're cheering and adulating onlookers.
The West may be a toss-up of teams, but in the East, it’s how the superstars play that will make all the difference. We take a look at which superstars performance is the key cog for their team. Beast mode anyone?
We know who you expect to come out of the East (ahem, Heat). And really, there’s no one to challenge them (sorry, Knicks fans). But in the West, the team that wins the right to tackle the juggernaut from Miami will certainly be battle-tested. This is just round one.
The Louisville-Michigan National Championship game was one for the ages. In a matchup of the number one player in the country, Trey Burke (Michigan), against the number one team in the country, an instant classic played out in front of our eyes.