World Journal, News Report, Posted: Jul 30, 2010
The first Taiwanese American NBA player Jeremy Lin received a rousing welcome from fans at a charity basketball game in Taipei.
Washington Afro, News Report, Posted: Jul 21, 2010
Building through the draft is the "ideal way" of doing things in most professional sports. It's cheaper, easier to manage.
New America Media, Video, Posted: Jul 21, 2010
The verdict in the Oscar Grant case and the end of the World Cup in South Africa had audiences waiting with bated breath for the final outcome.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 13, 2010
It’s not the game of soccer that means so much to people around the world. It’s the way soccer connects them.
Washington Afro, News Report, Posted: Jul 12, 2010
For several seasons, LeBron James has been Cleveland’s cash cow, paving the way for sold out home games and merchandise sales.
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Jul 09, 2010
Ten lucky Filipino kids will be playing alongside an MVP and five-time World Champion Los Angeles Laker this summer.
Final Call, News Report, Posted: Jul 08, 2010
Black athletes generate billions when they play. But when their playing days are over too many are broke
Arab Detroit, News Report, Posted: Jul 07, 2010
Arab Americans will always celebrate soccer as the deep rooted Middle Eastern tradition it is.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 07, 2010
with almost 80 percent of the world’s population watching every match, is soccer fever good or bad for global productivity?
Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: Jul 07, 2010
Fil-Am Ana "The Hurricane" Julaton captured the World Boxing Organization female super bantamweight title with a 10-round split decision victory over Mexican Maria Elena Villalobos at "Rumble at the Rama XII" in Ontario, Canada.
La Prensa-San Diego, News Report, Posted: Jul 06, 2010
While some are looking to buy tickets for a soccer match, others are lurking to find a good deal on ‘renting’ a sex slave.
Alianza Metropolitan News, Commentary, Posted: Jul 03, 2010
All across San Jose, soccer fans are rooting for their home country's team in the World Cup. But the tournament also tells the story of immigration.