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  • American Broadcasting School-Arlington
    Radio Broadcasting, present
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    Reporter, 1998 - present
  • The Shadow League
    Senior Contributing Editor, 2013 - present
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Future NBA Legends are Born in Little Ballers

Director Crystal McCrary discusses her film's theme of using basketball as discipline and a rite of passage.

Fans Forced to Yawn Their Way Through Bruno Mars Halftime Performance

Though most people were tuned in to see the Super Bowl XVLIII matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos, there were those

Peyton Manning Mangled In Super Bowl Boot-Stomp

The Mighty Denver Broncos look as if dropped from a mile high on to a bed of concrete and nails.

Against All Odds, DeMaryius Thomas Stands at the Precipice of Greatness

With his moms in prison and an absentee dad, Denver Bronco DeMaryius Thomas fought to reach the top.

Is Lee Daniel's The Butler Really Award Worthy?

With 7 SAG nods, not one win, and no Oscar or Golden Globe love, The Shadow League wonders if The Butler is really that good.

Beast Mode Is Too Cold For Saints to Hold

Marshawn Lynch stomps a mud-hole in New Orleans' run defense.

Black Film: Yesterday, Today & 2014

The ebb and flow of Black cinema makes us hope that 2014 builds on the depth of 2013.

The Incredible Life and Trying Basketball Times of Kobe Bryant (Pt. 1)

As Kobe heals from yet another injury, we lament the legacy of a true NBA legend.

Rodman the Worm Slithers His Way Back To North Korea

Former NBA All-star is treading on dangerous ground. And he's too stupid to know it.

Nick Foles: Sling That Funky Spiral, White Boy!

MVP talk may be a little premature, but it's hard to find a player in the league more valuable to his team than Foles.

Nothing Can Be Finer Than Cam and Carolina After Seventh Straight Win

Will win streak finally garner props for much-maligned quarterback?

Isaiah Washington Teams With Director Matt Cherry For "Game Time Decision"

Washington is hot on the trail of yet another quality film, this one about CTE in the NFL.

Thesis In Cool, Julius "Dr. J" Erving

A doctorate in humility, a PHD in class, the release of Dr. J's book is the blueprint of a phenomenon.

Dear Kanye: We Used to Love You

Simply calling out Kanye West's confederate flag love and media whore sell-out behavior is too kind.

Michael Carter-Williams: The Rebirth of Smooth

As one Philly legend retires, another is born.

Everybody Hates Tiger…or Someone

Tiger’s beef with Brandel Chamblee brings up questions of modern journalism and the rise of the chronic contrarian.

The Phantom Boycott: Barney's, Macy's, & the Rap Savior

In light of racism claims against Barney's and Macy's, Blacks want a hustler to be savior.

Is the 'KnicksTape' About to Be Erased?

The NBA Playoffs are the third or fourth most exciting time of the year for most rabid NBA fans, and it is that way for me as well. It was a