Swee’pea: The Story of Lloyd Daniels And Other Playground Basketball Legends

swee pea in harlem1In this updated edition of Swee’pea: The Story of Lloyd Daniels and Other Playground Basketball Legendsa lost classic of sports writing, authors John Valenti and Ron Naclerio chronicle the life of Lloyd Daniels, one of New York City’s most legendary basketball players. Continue Reading →

Amber Riley And MAJOR Sing For ‘Change’ In New Anthem At WNBA Sparks Game (Audio/Photos)

la21Last weekend, The WNBA’s L.A. Sparks invited mega-producer Harmony Samuels’ new artist MAJOR and Amber Riley GLEE to sing their latest single/anthem “Change Right Now,” in response to the recent tragedies that have taken place (i.e: Alton Sterling, Philander Castile, Orlando), that has affected us all from Harlem to Harare.  Continue Reading →

The Raz Report: Are the Cavaliers Waving the White Flag?

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We waited all year for this? That is a question not a statement. When the Cleveland Cavaliers limped off the court in last years NBA Finals, we all wanted to see what would have happened if they met in this year Finals and both teams were healthy. Continue Reading →

Harlem Building NBA Owned Snagged By L+M, Red Rooster

red rooster buidling in harlemL+M Development Partners and a co-owner of Red Rooster Harlem shelled out $21 million for the soul food restaurant’s home — a three-story office building owned by the National Basketball Players Association. Continue Reading →

Harlem Globetrotters Partner With Award-Winning Travel Company

Globetrotters1-500x437The world famous Harlem Globetrotters announced today a three-year agreement with Corporate Travel Management Solutions (ctms Travel), making the award-winning travel management company the Globetrotters’ preferred corporate travel partner. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Henry Lincoln “Hank” DeZonie 1922-2009

hank_dezonieHenry Lincoln “Hank” DeZonie, was born on February 12, 1922 in Harlem, he was an American professional basketball player. He was the fourth African American player in the National Basketball Association (NBA), following Earl Lloyd, Nathaniel Clifton, and Chuck Cooper. Continue Reading →

The Raz Report: To Triangle Or Not To Triangle

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By Marc Rasbury

When the news broke on Monday that the New York Knicks fired head coach Derek Fisher most people were shocked. However, there were some that saw this coming. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Melo Man Goes Schoolyard To Guard Curry

1987feaf126a1ddd902d60343c4a7cceThat’s what the referees like to call a foul. Can you really blame Harlem resident Carmelo Anthony? Continue Reading →

NY Knicks Top List Of Most Valuable NBA Teams

knicks4The New York Knicks are worth $3 billion, highest in the NBA, according to Forbes. Continue Reading →

Meadowlark Lemon, The Sweet Prince Of The Harlem Globetrotters

remember meadowlarkGeorge Lemon III (April 25, 1932 – December 27, 2015), known professionally as “Meadowlark” Lemon, was an American basketball player, actor, minister and Harlem ambassador. Continue Reading →