Michael Jordan Donates $2M 'The Last Dance' Proceeds to Feed America’s Hungry
The Emmy Award-winning documentary ' The Last Dance' showed the perfect recipe on how Michael Jordan and his teammates achieved their six titles and helped the community; as part of the documentary, proceeds will also be turned into ingredients for the nation's hunger.
Diego Maradona, Argentinian Football Legend, Dies at Age 60
After suffering a heart attack, Argentinian legendary football player, Diego Maradona, died at the age of 60, as confirmed by Matias Morla, the longtime agent of the legend, on Wednesday.
North Korean Gymnast Defector Hops Over Border Fence to South
After taking a 10-foot leap of faith earlier this month, a North Korean man who seeks to escape his homeland passed did a seemingly impossible jumped over the noses of the soldiers put him to safety in South Korea, where he revealed he wanted to defect.
Marc Gasol to Wear Purple and Gold, Joins Lakers for NBA 2020-2021
The Los Angeles Lakers are now cementing their defending championship run by putting an additional pillar in their roster as they added a versatile big man with championship experience and started his career as a member of the purple and gold squad.
Klay Thompson To Miss Second Consecutive NBA Season Following Achilles Injury
Golden State Warriors All-Star Klay Thompson will be missing action for the second consecutive season after he tore the Achilles tendon in his right leg while recovering from his previous injury.
James Harden Rejects Rockets’ $50M Extension Offer, Will He Join Durant and Kyrie in Brooklyn?
Houston Rockets’ main man James Harden denied the franchise's offer in becoming the first player in the league history to average a $50 million salary per year as he made it clear that he is now singularly looking at the Brooklyn Nets as his next destination.
Feds Charge Maryland CEO for Bribing Fencing Coach With $1.5m To Get His Sons Into Harvard
After discovering a conspiracy, federal authorities are now charging a CEO in Maryland with allegedly paying not less than $1.5 million to a former coach of fencing to get his two sons to Harvard University.
Terence Crawford Eyes Next Fight Against Iconic Boxer Manny Pacquiao
Terence Crawford, an unbeaten WBO welterweight champion, eyes facing legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao for his next bout. Crawford recently proved his boxing skills after a spectacular fourth-round TKO win against Kell Brook.
NBA 2020-21 Season To Tip-off in December Following Go Signal From the NBA Players Union
The NBA 2020-21 Season will tip off in December following the approval of the NBA Players Union with details being finalized.
New York City Marathon Canceled But Runners Stride On, Marathon Goes Virtual
For the Stories New York City Marathon, runners in Central Park or along the Hudson River ran but just not along the same course. The yearly race, originally slated for yesterday, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic but diehard runners were not missing their shot in the 50th year of the race.
Hamidou Diallo, NBA Standout for the Oklahoma City Thunder Guests on The Gamer Hour with Chris Puckett
Hamidou Diallo, a rising NBA basketball star for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was the featured guest this week on The Gamer Hour, Esportz Entertainment Corp./Esportz Network’s exciting new entertainment esports talk show, joining esports hall of fame broadcaster Chris Puckett.
U.S. Election: Sports' Biggest Names Offer Venues To Ensure Minorities Can Cast Their Votes
With the U.S. presidential election just days away, people flock to voting stations to cast their votes. But with the ongoing pandemic, a voting venue is one of the main problems.
Turner Returns To Field After Dodgers Win Despite COVID-19 Positive Result
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was removed from the field as it was announced after the game that Turner tested positive with coronavirus.
Father Runs Around Hospital for Son Battling with Cancer
In order to raise money for the treatment of his son and for other children suffering from cancer, a father from Ohio ran around the hospital that provides care for his son.
Dodgers to Start Rookie Tony Gonsolin in Game 2 of World Series
Right-hander rookie Tony Gonsolin will be starting for the Los Angeles Dodgers in game 2 of the World Series as they faced the Tampa Bay Rays.