Charlie Sheen just reminded the world that the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV is still very real and incredulous to race, gender or even sexual orientation.
Donald Trump and his narrow opinion of Mexicans led to his ouster from his cushy job as host of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, but the network is eyeing a possible replacement. It appears that Magic Johnson might get the nod as the network wants to place a successful minority businessman in the hosting chair.
Earlier this week, Donald Sterling flew off the handle once again with demeaning comments towards Magic Johnson and other racist remarks during an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. But Johnson isn’t taking this slander lying down, as he spoke with Cooper in response to Sterling’s so-called “apology.”
Brand new NBA Commissioner Adam Silver was faced with career-defining task on what to do with outed racist Donald Sterling in the midst of his Los Angeles Clippers scandal.
While the L.A. Clippers — that NBA team comprised of mostly Black players (like all of the other teams in the league) — are busy trying to knock the Golden State Warriors out of the playoffs, team owner Donald Sterling is busy trying to keep Black people away from his entire existence. The irony of […]
Yesterday (Oct. 10), NBA legend turned business mogul Earvin “Magic” Johnson has announced that he is exiting his post on ESPN effective immediately. Since 2008 Johnson has served as a basketball analyst for the sports network’s NBA Countdown program alongside the likes of Jalen Rose and Jon Barry, making his unexpected resignation raise plenty of questions.
Whether you’re a casual fan, life-long advocate or just a plain obsessed about all things sports, when your favorite player calls it quits it can be quite shocking. You remember what you were doing and where you were at when news broke about Sandy Koufax‘s abrupt withdrawal from the game of baseball. Or, even when […]
With so many businesses in Magic Johnson‘s portfolio, there is bound to be a disgruntled partner or two. A pre-paid credit card company is suing the NBA legend for allegedly breaking a deal to create the Magic Cash Card.
Dwight Howard may have sealed his fate as a single-season Lakers player, or offered his team a cold hard dose of reality. Following Sundays (April 28) first-round playoffs sweep, courtesy of the San Antonio Spurs (103-82), Howard was brutally honest about the season.
Earlier this week NBA Hall Of Famer Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Jr.’s son, Earvin III (also known as EJ), came out to the world as a gay man. Although the reaction on the Internets was mixed at times, the former Los Angeles Lakers standout is standing firm in support of his son. Johnson also expressed thoughts […]