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Michael Jordan, Not LeBron James, is Still the GOAT and it’s Not Even Close

So I’ll start off with the formalities by congratulations to the Los Angeles Lakers on their Bubble Championship. They were the best team in the postseason. Now that LeBron James won his fourth championship by leading the Lakers to the NBA Championship in his second season with the franchise, the comparisons to Michael Jordan, and who’s the G.O.A.T. conversations are only going to heat up. There are many that already
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Sports Media, NBA Silent on Rudy Gobert’s China Comments

It wasn’t much but Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert became the first NBA player to call out China. He tweeted ‘Wrong is wrong’ in response to an Instagram story about Uyghur Muslims in Chinese concentration camps. It’s a story that mainstream sports media doesn’t want to touch, especially NBA media. When LeBron James, Steve Kerr, Stephen Curry, or Gregg Popovich decide to call out the atrocities of the current President
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Bubba Wallace is Good For NASCAR, But Must Avoid Becoming LeBron James

The mega story of the week in NASCAR is the formation of a new team for 2021 owned by NBA G.O.A.T Michael Jordan and Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin. They named Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s only African American driver, to pilot the car. Wallace has become one of the most visible faces in the sport since George Floyd was killed earlier this year while police knelt on his neck for
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Despite Win Over Nuggets, LeBron James Finds a Way To Play the Victim

Following the Los Angeles Lakers victory over the Denver Nuggets in Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference finals, LeBron James couldn’t wait to air his grievances on missing out on the MVP award. It was awarded to Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks for the second consecutive year. He outpaced James in first-place votes 85 to 16. So how does James address this? “It pissed me off.” He wasn’t
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What Was Behind the Mocking of Kawhi Leonard?

When the Denver Nuggets stunned the Los Angeles Clippers the other night to advance to the Western Conference finals, Kawhi Leonard immediately became the target of intense ridicule by many in the media, and thousands of trolls on social media. The trolls on social media are just that, trolls. Memes surfaced all throughout social media mocking the two-time NBA finals MVP. But fans, well, some fans, actually take these sports
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NFL, NBA Silence on Police Ambush is Deafening

On August 26, the Milwaukee Bucks refused to play their playoff game against the Orlando Magic. The rest of the league followed suit. In fact, the NBA mulled protesting the rest of the 2020 season. Several Major League Baseball games were also postponed. Basically, the sports world was shut down after a video surfaced of police shooting Jacob Blake, a Black man, seven times as he reached into his vehicle.
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Stephen A., Nash Was Hired Because of Player Privilege, Not White Privilege

Last week, Max Kellerman made ridiculous, unfounded, stereotypical comments about a certain group of people he doesn’t like or agree with. I even wrote a piece on it. Today, another one of ESPN’s so-called finest, Stephen A. Smith, articulated another wildly divisive statement, like Kellerman’s, totally devoid of facts. It seems like these guys thrive on making baseless divisive remarks at a time when divisiveness is the last thing we
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Max Kellerman Is An Example Of What’s Wrong With Sports Media

ESPN First Take commentator Max Kellerman insulted the SEC fan base, and everyone else who watches FoxNews. “You made the argument a couple weeks ago, you thought if SEC football wasn’t played that could swing the general election because people in Trump’s base would be very upset that they didn’t have football, which is practically a religion down there,” Kellerman said, while speaking to Stephen A. Smith.  He continued. “I
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The NBA Is Self-Destructing And They Don’t Even Know It

There’s always that guy. You know, the guy who tries to help make things better, but ends up making the situation worse. Well, the NBA is that guy. When the Milwaukee Bucks decided to boycott their own game, and the rest of the league followed suit, I saw another sign that the NBA is trending downwards in American sports. NBA players are outraged over the shooting of Jacob Blake, an
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Lakers, Clippers, and Rockets Better Hurry, Mavericks Are Coming

The windows of the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers and Houston Rockets may close a little quicker than many anticipated. With no disrespect to the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz, the three before-mentioned teams are widely considered the most talented in the West, and boast four, if not five of the biggest names in the sport. For the Lakers, LeBron James is 35, and while he is unlike any other 35-year