Long before Memphian Cameron Payne – the Oklahoma City Thunder’s first round pick in the 2015 NBA Draft – was dropping dimes on a professional-level basketball court, the hip-hop world had already foretold how such “blessings” begin.
Rooting for the bad guy is fun when the villainy is make-believe and the stakes aren’t real. But when we root for guys who are actually bad, our choices get complicated.
Memphian and Chicago Bulls player Cameron Payne hosting his 2nd Annual Celebrity Weekend.
Dominique Wilkins’ injury, Jordan sticking to his word and Shaq over Laettner. What if?
Quarterback should be a model, Edwards says, not a martyr.
The city suffers from a perfect storm of energy inefficiencies and racial disparities.
The transition from a high school football star to a division one college program has tripped up many players. Add in the challenge of the high-powered offensive scheme employed by University of Memphis head coach Mike Norvell and the difficulty ...
JaVonii Merritt has become the first African-American female rugby player in Memphis to earn a college rugby scholarship. The achievement helped her choose a college – Life University in Marietta, Ga. – and has changed her life plans a bit.
Rocks in the road challenge Melrose’s return to glory.
Beyoncé wants to move into the world of sports by buying an ownership share of the Houston Rockets, reports the Bleacher Report.
Last summer, Manuel became the first African-American woman to win an individual swimming gold at the Olympics when she tied Canada’s Penny Oleksiak for the gold in Rio de Janeiro.
Last year’s success and lofty predictions notwithstanding, this year’s team is being coached to view success as a journey of daily moves.
An ESPN commentator is raising some brows for comparing cops to the “slave patrols” that enforced discipline on pre-Civil War plantations.
Kings add Brandon D. Williams as assistant general manager.
When the team you coach is the defending Tennessee Class 6A football champion after winning the school’s second state championship in the last five years, the way forward is to focus on title number three.