Athlete activists generally don’t get the respect and credit that they deserve. In fact, they’re often ridiculed, taken advantage of, not taken seriously, or completely ignored.
Winning doesn’t come easy in any sport, so it takes a special and talented team to put together the longest winning streak in sports history.
You Have To See This Story Of How Sabrina Ionescu’s Dad Was Uber Driving And Told A Passenger ‘She Is Not Good. She Is The BEST’ Before Sabrina Went To Oregon Then Turned Pro
“He (Sabrina’s dad) told me his daughter was going to play college basketball,” Luka Dukich, Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox director of content who tweeted out this story of getting an Uber ride from Sabrina’s dad, said. “’She must be good!’ I said. “He turned to me and raised a finger and said ‘No. She is not good. She is THE BEST.'”
Russell Wilson A Proud Brother Of His Sister Who Won National Championship with Stanford Women’s Basketball Team: ‘Your Journey Is Inspiring…The Doctors Said No. God Said YES!…#FinalFour’
Russell Wilson knows how to win. A Super Bowl win, a seven-time Pro Bowl selection, the 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year, Wilson’s had a well-above .500 winning percentage every season with the Seahawks in his NFL career.
And all that winning, it runs in the family.
Anna Wilson, Russell’s sister, is now a national champion after Stanford won the title on Sunday.
Find out which NBA MVP also has a family connection to Stanford’s team, as well!
While many were anticipating all the madness and excitement that comes with March Madness on the court, there was also talk amongst the NCAA student-athletes playing in both the women’s and men’s tournament who were upset about some actual madness when it comes to inequality off the court.
Women’s College Basketball Player Of The Year Awards Given To UConn Freshman Guard Paige Bueckers And Baylor Forward NaLyssa Smith
Shout out to these two women’s college basketball student-athletes who recently received some of the biggest college athletics honors.
Even though Women’s History Month has ended, that doesn’t mean learning about women’s history all of a sudden stops. It should continue as women should continue to be celebrated, respected, and be given equal rights as men. Bleacher Report wanted to end the month and start the next on a high note, recapping the month and sharing their perspective on fighting for women’s equality in society through the platforms of sports. Candace Parker and Bleacher Report teamed up to release a video on this.
Following their loss to UConn, Baylor Women’s Basketball coach Kim Mulkey made some interesting comments about COVID-19 testing.