The Biden Administration Made a ‘Substantial Proposal’ to Russia for Brittney Griner’s Release
Apparently the offer was made “weeks ago.”
By Ana Escalante
Kendra and Malika Andrews, Sisters and ESPN Reporters, Are Thriving
They’re only in their 20s, but the Andrews siblings have already risen in the competitive world of sports media.
By Jenny Singer
Naomi Osaka Won’t Play Her Upcoming Match in Protest of the Police Shooting of Jacob Blake
“Before I am an athlete, I am a Black woman.”
By Abby Gardner
Someone Actually Body-Shamed Ayesha Curry’s 10-Month-Old Son—and Her Response Is Perfect
This came after she already responded to someone asking if she's pregnant again.
By Abby Gardner
NBA Star Dwyane Wade Fell on Chrissy Teigen During a Game, and It’s Becoming a Meme
The photo is already a Teigen classic.
By Abby Gardner
Derrick Rose Says the NBA Teaches Players to Get Rid of Their Used Condoms
Derrick Rose—the NBA star-player on trial in a civil rape case—testified yesterday that the NBA teaches its athletes how to dispose of used as part of its official rookie transition program.
By Jillian Kramer
Slam Dunk: The NBA's First Female Coach Is Killing It
She shoots, she scores! Becky Hammon has been breaking ground over the past year with the San Antonio Spurs as the first female assistant coach in the NBA, and a few weeks ago, she was named as the first female NBA head coach for the Spurs' summer league. Basically, this six-time all-star, former WNBA champion of the San Antonio Stars, has been killing it. Her coaching skills have the Spurs looking at a prospective summer league championship on Monday when they face the Phoenix Suns in the finals. In just two weeks, Hammon's had to make choices and create plays that teams normally work on over the course of an entire season, and she's found immense success. "I mean I've learned a lot," Hammon said in a press conference on Sunday. "I wouldn't say there is any one thing. Your mind is just constantly moving, thinking of different scenarios, not only on your team but their team too, trying to figure out things they are doing. I learned it's a lot more challenging than being a player on multiple levels. That's an eye-opening thing for me." Hammon, who was widely considered one of the smartest players in the WNBA at
By Jennifer Memmolo
Stuff My Husband Says About Fashion: "These NBA Guys In Fake Glasses? Um, Not Cool."
My husband, Eric, is pretty sure he speaks for near-sighted non-hipsters everywhere when he says, "These NBA guys in fake glasses? Um, not cool." Especially when they're not even wearing lenses...
By Tracey Lomrantz Lester
In Honor of March Madness, 5 Celebrity Ladies Who Scored Basketball Player Beaus
In our new interview with Ashley Judd, the Missing star gets chatty about March Madness. The University of Kentucky alumna loves her Wildcats and, as the top seed in the NCAA tournament, her team is primed to go far if not all the way. She isn't the only celebrity leading lady who hearts hoops. There are many famous fans of the game--and fans of the players, especially the guys who make it beyond college ball to the NBA. In honor of all things basketball, let's look at some of the most memorable teams of Hollywood stars and the vertically-gifted NBA giants they've loved...
By Suzy Byrne
Watch Will Ferrell Make Fun of Some NBA Players...All In Good Fun, Of Course
Not just anyone would get away with poking fun of hulking NBA basketball stars, so score one for Will Ferrell.
Dating: Low-Key Date Ideas to Steal from NBA All-Star Weekend
For the past few days, athletes and celebrities have descended on Los Angeles to celebrate NBA All-Star weekend. I'm tickled pink that the western conference all-stars took the title in yesterday's big game, but the events leading up to the Sunday's festivities were just as exciting.
By Rosemary Brennan