By: Brett Fauntroy Kenneth Blakeney has managed to succeed at all levels. That hasn’t stopped at Howard University. In just his fourth year as men’s head basketball coach at Howard, […]
Irving is seen as the villain of the NBA.
The Washington Nationals’ improved play through one-third of baseball’s regular season has spawned realistic expectations of their first postseason berth, and much of that can be credited to their use of the sport’s economics.
Researchers at the Sports Legacy Institute (SLI) say young athletes are particularly vulnerable to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative disease brought on by repetitive head trauma, specifically concussions. Lasting affects of the disease are memory loss, impaired judgment, and progressive dementia.