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Covid-19 and its Effect on sports

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June 30 – A long overdue post for a virus that has lived longer in 2020 than it should… 668 more words


Lockdown: Developing the Coach-Self

Amidst the chaos and turmoil that has been and continues to be our pandemic experience, stories of who we are, our strength of mind and inner character present themselves across our preferred media outlets. 668 more words

Tuenti Movil Estudiantes agrees terms with D'Tigress Power Forward Atonye

Tuenti Movil Estudiantes Madrid of Spain agreed terms with 29-year-old D’Tigress of Nigeria Power Forward, Atonye Nyingifa.

Atonye who scored 31 points at the 2019 AFROBasket Championship has agreed terms with the Spanish outfit and a move to the side is imminent. 130 more words


Today in Sports History: July 3

The Vancouver Grizzlies moved to Memphis with the approval of the NBA Board of Governors in 2001. This was the first time since the 1985-86 season when the Kansas City Kings made a move to Sacramento. 34 more words

Today In Sports History

An emotional NBA2k21 cover, Kobe & Gigi ❤

I’d like to share a short post regarding the most interesting and emotionally driven NBA2k21 official cover. It’s Kobe and his daughter Gigi ❤. 192 more words


Allen Iverson, My Favorite.

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Allen Iverson was born in 1975 in Hampton, Virginia. He grew up without knowing his father. 1,284 more words


A Interview with comedian Ryan Niemiller! The Cripple Threat


He’s a Hoosier, I’m a Hoosier, he’s a Indiana State University Sycamore, I’m a Indiana State University Sycamore, He’s hilarious, I’m not…Ladies and Gentlemen Ryan spends time with us talking about his upbringing, his incredible shot to stardom on AGT and what’s happening in the world today! 79 more words