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    Zion Williamson Is A Tremendous Person, Says NBA 2K Body Double

    Zion Williamson has had a busy off-season, but it has it been productive one. He lost a significant amount of weight since we last saw him in Orlando, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. “I was told that Zion, and I don’t think they really wanted to publicize where he was physically when he came back […] More

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    Devin Booker Reminds Me Of B- Roy, Says EA Sports-Exec

    It has been 8 seasons since Portland Trailblazers legend, Brandon Roy last stepped foot on the court as a professional athlete. Roy had to retire for good just five games into the 2012 season due to a degenerative knee condition. Last season, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban revealed that they attempted to sign Roy. After […] More

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    Ro$$ Mac Discusses “A Dub” Landing on NBA 2K21

    We can always count on NBA 2k to put together a killer soundtrack each year and 2K21 is no different. This year’s 50 single Tracklist includes hits such as “Kobe” featuring Dame Dolla, Snoop Dogg, and Derrick Milano, The Weeknd’s smash hit “Blinding Lights, “and the late Juice WRLD’s “Let Me Know” to name a […] More

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    WNBA Insider Khristina Williams Reveals Early Career Challenges

    The WNBA has seen record-breaking numbers this season. In April, during the draft, there was a 123 percent increase, according to Heavy’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Per Robinson, the 2020 WNBA Draft amassed 6.5 million video views and 1.3 million minutes watched. Robinson sat down with WNBA Insider and CEO of Girls Talk Sports TV, […] More

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    Sports and Entertainment Journalist Terrell Thomas Interview

    Terrell Thomas is a sports and entertainment journalist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. The media veteran coverages Atlanta’s professional teams such as the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Dream, Braves, and Atlanta United FC. He has also covered some of the industries most significant events such as the Superbowl in the […] More

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    WNBA Community Sounds off-on Ex-Athletes Possibly Investing in WNBA

        On November 1st of 2018, the WNBA players decided to opt-out of their collective bargaining agreement. By choosing to opt-out of their deal at the time cut the arrangement short by two years. The labor agreement was scheduled to room from March 5, 2014, to October 2021 or until the playoffs have been completed. Since […] More

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    Cappie Pondexter Interview

    On April 16th, 2019, Cappie Pondexter announced her retirement on Instagram, according to ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel. The former Finals MVP won two championships as a member of the Phoenix Mercury alongside Diana Taurasi and won a gold model in 2008.  The Mercury drafted Pondexter with the second pick in the 2006 WNBA draft. During the […] More

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