Aug 15, 2017 | by Aaron Falk, The Salt Lake Tribune
Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker took the stage at Monday night’s anti-racism rally at Salt Lake City Hall, speaking briefly to the crowd of nearly 2,000 people about the importance of diversity and love in the wake of the violent white-supremacist gatherings over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va.
“I want to set the record straight: we all came here to build, not to destroy. ...
Jabari Parker is making a positive impact in his hometown.
The Milwaukee Bucks forward returned to Chicago last week to put on a free basketball camp for kids, drawing hundreds of young hoopers. The former Simeon star teamed up with his dad, Sonny, and the Jordan brand to make a difference in Chicago communities.
"It's about the culture," Parker said. "Chicago has ...
Taj Gibson’s been blessed with good fortune as an NBA player and has reportedly decided to share some of that wealth with a family in need.
21-year-old Chynna Battle was one of two women killed in a Brooklyn-area shooting earlier this month, leaving behind three-year-old daughter, Amelia. Battle’s family set up a GoFundMe page to help take care of the young girl.
It's always fun when you come across things that you wrote when you were a kid.
On Saturday, Larry Nance Jr. was reminded of a string of letters he wrote to a U.S. soldier when he was just 10 years old. The letter exchange was part of a pen pal program that matched students with soldiers overseas.
It's one of those things that Reno is a second home for me, a place that did a lot for me, and a place that I've still got roots here, so it's only right to come back here to put this camp on for the community," said former Wolf Pack standout Ramon Sessions.
Sessions' annual basketball camp is this week in Reno ...
Jun 29, 2017 | by Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee visited Texoma Medical Center Thursday afternoon to meet with patients and fans. The appearance was the first time a professional athlete had come to visit patients at the hospital, officials said.
The appearance came ahead of the All-Texomaland Banquet presented by the Herald Democrat and Texoma Medical Center and sponsored by Bonham Chrysler where Lee served ...