ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — Floyd County school officials say a 13-year-old basketball player died after collapsing on court. School officials say in a statement released to media outlets that attempts to revive 13-year-old Leah Goff…
WASHINGTON — Anyone who has ever owned a pair of Chuck Taylors knows the truth — you buy them for what they look like, not how they feel. In accordance, Converse’s reimagining of its classic…
A middle school basketball team had a big surprise Wednesday night for a high-functioning special needs student who had tried to join them.
WASHINGTON — The NBA on Christmas Day is an annual tradition on the sports calendar and the Wizards are a part of it again for the just the second time in 26 years.…
The Maryland Men\’s Basketball team could be without senior forward/guard Dez Wells for up to four weeks due to a broken bone in his right wrist.
The Niagara University women\’s basketball team, including a player who grew up in Fairfax County, finally got off the bus.
Students and cops get it together on the basketball court, and learn they have more in common than hoops.
The University of Maryland women\’s basketball team was sent off to the Final Four in style.
What a 4-year-old lacks in college basketball coaching experience,
he makes up for in cuteness.
At American University, there\’s little buzz on campus surrounding the men\’s basketball team\’s big win in Boston. But it\’s still hoping for a Cinderella story.
\”The use of the \’R-word,\’ which is \’retarded,\’ is a derogatory word, a dehumanizing word,\” says Steve Hocker, president of
Special Olympics District of Columbia.
It\’s a tough job for teachers to make science fun, so when a teacher at St. Johns College High School drew his kids attention by spinning a basketball on a pen — one of them took a video and shared it online.
The Harlem Globetrotters are trying to help the nation\’s youngsters beat the battle of the bulge one push-up and basketball trick at a time.
Fans who have attended sporting events at
American, Georgetown and Howard universities have
likely heard Shellie Bowers\’ voice. It\’s the one
blaring on the speakers, calling the shots,
penalties and halftime announcements.