Colin Kaepernick Just Started A Black Panther Inspired Youth Camp.

Any critics who thought Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem as a protest against racism and police brutality wasn’t enough to drive social change, well, how about now? During the San Francisco 49ers‘ bye week this past weekend, the team’s woke quarterback held his “I Know My Rights Camp” in Oakland for hundreds of young Black and […]

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The NBA Will Become the First Major Pro League to Broadcast in Virtual Reality

  Imagine watching LeBron James‘ block on Andre Iguodala in Game 7 of this year’s NBA Finals in virtual reality. The next time such a striking NBA moment happens, your viewing experience could put you a lot closer to the action. The NBA is once again at the forefront of cutting-edge technology. This season, the […]

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Raiders owner says Las Vegas will be team’s home.

CARSON CITY — Nevada made a bold play Friday for the Oakland Raiders, officially offering $750 million in taxpayer funds to help build a Las Vegas football stadium that team owner Mark Davis said will be a “proud new home for the Raider Nation.” Legislation to provide public funding for a 65,000-seat, $1.9 billion domed […]

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LAPD Detective Investigating Derrick Rose’s Rape Case Found Shot Dead

  One of the investigators exploring allegations made in the civil suit against Knicks star Derrick Rose died after having been found shot in the chest on Tuesday, October 11. Nadine Hernandez of the Los Angeles Police Department was one of two detectives on the case. She was 44-years-old. Police in the outer suburban town of […]

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Michael Jordan Makes Plea for Calm Amid Charlotte Unrest

  Michael Jordan has called for cooler heads to prevail, following consecutive nights of protests that gave way to violence and destruction in downtown Charlotte. Through a statement put out on Thursday afternoon [September 22], Jordan expressed condolences to the family of Keith Lamont Scott, and sent regards to those who who’ve been injured amid […]

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Las Vegas NFL Raiders Stadium is a 1.9 Billion Dollar Project.

Questions raised by two Clark County commissioners about a proposed NFL stadium prevented the body from taking a stance Tuesday on the $1.9 billion project. Commissioners discussed the stadium and other recommendations from the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee for more than an hour before deciding to reconvene if Gov. Brian Sandoval calls a special […]

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Colin Kaepernick Addresses Terence Crutcher Police Shooting, Says He’s Received Death Threats

Colin Kaepernick spoke with reporters Tuesday on the Terence Crutcher shooting, gave some details about his planned $1 million donation to charity, and revealed that he has received death threats. “They shot and killed a man and walked around like it wasn’t a human being,” Kaepernick said when talking about how Tulsa police failed to provide immediate medical attention to Crutcher. […]

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Floyd Mayweather Speaks on Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem Protest

Floyd Mayweather shared his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick’s protest over the weekend, in a short response shared by FightHype.com. A Fight Hype reporter caught up to the boxing great while walking through a public area flanked by bodyguards, and asked if he could give his input on his fellow American athlete’s stance during the National […]

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Derrick Rose Demands His Rape Accuser be Revealed

Derrick Rose wants the identity of his rape accuser to be revealed to the public.  Rose says he’s tired of his accuser bashing him to the media and he’s now asking a judge to force her to use her real name. A woman using the pseudonym “Jane Doe” is suing Rose for $21.5 million, claiming […]

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Broncos’ Brandon Marshall Loses Endorsement After Kneeling for Anthem

  Thanks to Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, the 2016 NFL games officially kicked off with a social justice agenda lingering over the league, with him sticking out as the lone player to take a knee while the National Anthem played for the season opener. It was a decision that might have crossed Marshall’s mind […]

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