NBA playoffs to resume after boycott over Jacob Blake police shooting
On Aug. 26, the Milwaukee Bucks boycotted Game 5 of their first-round series in the NBA playoffs against the Orlando…
The Black-Versus-White Basketball Game That Integrated the Sport Over 70 years ago
When the Harlem Globetrotters and the Minneapolis Lakers played an exhibition game in Chicago in 1948, critics dismissed the contest…
What Michael Jordan’s documentary ‘The Last Dance’ tells us about beating the coronavirus pandemic
With professional sports on hold indefinitely during the coronavirus pandemic, audiences worldwide have been riveted by “The Last Dance,” the…
This isn’t the first time sports teams have played in empty arenas
The NBA decided that it will suspend its season after a player on the Utah Jazz tested positive for the coronavirus, just…
Most Influential Latino Athletes in the United States
Dominican Horford has become one of the most dominant pivots in NBA and he is presently described as the most outstanding Latin American player in that league.
Six Highly-Influential Latin American Sports Executives in United States
Linda G. Alvarado is a co-owner of Colorado Rockies.
From Owners to Head Coaches: Influential Latin American People in U.S. Sports
Art Moreno This multimillionaire is the first Mexican-American businessman to own an MLB franchise. He bought the Anaheim Angels in 2003, which play in the West region of the American League, and he later renamed the team as the Anaheim Los Angeles Angels.
Outstanding Latin American Athletes in U.S. Professional Leagues
In terms of professional boxing, Mexican Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is perhaps the most successful and media-hyped figure in Latin America. At the age of 26, this Guanajuato-born fighter is ranked within the top ten of the world, pound by pound.
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