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Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe WNBA sets the standard among sport leagues for providing opportunities regardless of race or gender, according to a study at the University of Central Florida. The league received an A+ for race and an A for gender for a......
The Hartford CourantNow that Jason Collins is out as the first active male athlete in major sports to declare that he is gay, we'll have to watch if the other shoe falls out of the professional sports closet. That would be the professional basketball general manager who...
Jaleesa Armstrong grew up with the sound of her three older brothers constantly bouncing their basketballs throughout the family's Englewood neighborhood home. The sound — which was different on the living room carpeting; different on the...
Tags: Malcolm X, College Sports, Kidney Infection, Basketball, Sports
Jason Collins did the right thing. He did the courageous thing. And he should be applauded and accepted for what he did this week. But do not for a second believe that the uniform message of approval flooding in about Collins being the first openly gay...
Tags: Kobe Bryant, Tim Tebow, Jameer Nelson, Basketball, Sports
Yes, it is time for the yearly one-word rant now that the NBA has bestowed all of its annual individual awards: Why? Actually, more to the point, the issue should be: When? As much as anything, it is the Coach of the Year balloting, or,...
Nearly 60 years after she first stood in front of a classroom, my mother will retire from teaching Tuesday. She began in 1954 with a freshman English section at Miami University in Ohio where she was a graduate student. She went on to teach nursery...
The injury issues began early for the DePaul women's basketball team. Senior forward Taylor Pikes, the Big East sixth man of the year in 2011, had not recovered enough from a knee injury in the NCAA tournament last March and subsequent surgery to be...
Sugar Rodgers set Georgetown career records for points and steals. She was the nation's No. 4 scorer this season and exited the college game with a 42-point epic in the Big East tournament. So it's no surprise to hear Mike Thibault, the Washington...
Men's College Basketball Rutgers offers Eddie Jordan head coach job Rutgers has offered its head coaching job to Eddie Jordan and the two sides are in negotiations, according to a report. The Scarlet Knights are looking to replace Mike Rice, who...
Horse racing Jockey McCarthy breaks tibia, out 8-10 weeks Apprentice rider Trevor McCarthy will miss eight to 10 weeks with a broken left tibia, according to his agent, Scott Silver. McCarthy was injured Thursday morning at Laurel Park during training...
Two weeks before official practice started in November, L.A. Windward first-year girls’ basketball Coach Vanessa Nygaard gave birth to twins. Talk about time-management issues. Nygaard not only balanced being a new mother with her coaching duties,...
Tags: Basketball, Sports
A number that jumps out from the coverage of Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert's death Thursday at age 70: 306. That's the number of movie reviews he wrote last year, according to what turned out to be the final entry on his blog Tuesday. "The most of...
Tags: Weaponry, Politics, Firearms, Interior Policy, Gun Control
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