Regardless to what happens and when the games get back underway, this week's NBA boycott sparked a movement for professional athletes with the WNBA, MLB, and even Naomi Osaka taking part in the sports boycott to stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and justice for Jacob Blake.
The NBA playoffs just got extra dramatic, even while no games are being played. After multiples teams canceled tonight's post-season games, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers have reportedly voted not to continue the NBA season.
The NBA is down with us. In solidarity with the family of Jacob Blake, the Black shot in the back multiple times by Wisconsin police, the NBA has postponed its playoffs games.
While this racist administration continues to steal mailboxes from our streets to prevent mail-in ballots from being cast and requiring voter I.D.'s just to let people exercise their right to vote, people like LeBron give us a glimmer of hope and hopefully the masses will walk through the door he's opening up for us.
One of the most heralded animated movies in history is about to get revisited in a major way. LeBron James has just given the world a sneak peak of the vibes for Space Jam 2.
Last night (Aug.18) before LeBron James first-round playoff matchup, he made his loudest statement yet, and it is sparking a lot of reactions.
LeBron James, who doesn't bite his tongue when it comes to calling out the nonsense he sees or hears, had the perfect response to Donald Trump not watching him and his NBA brethren play.
There were worries that when the NBA officially returns, it would be a distraction and take the focus away from social justice efforts and matters. During the first two official games of the restart, that was definitely not the case.
When the NBA first announced that it was coming back, some players were worried resumed play would take away the focus from social justice matters. LeBron James and other players are making sure that is not the case.
The Nike LeBron 17 is still currently dropping sick colorways, but when LeBron James finally touches the court in Orlando, he will probably be wearing his new signature sneaker.
Here's the full list of winners at the 2020 BET Awards, which was hosted by Amanda Seales and aired virtually on Sunday (June 28) on CBS & BET.
James & Carter's company signed a two-year deal with ABC Studios to develop scripted series for the Disney-owned property.