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Is LeBron James, the Next Great African-American Leader?

“If you don’t stand for something, then you’ll fall for anything.” I remember growing up and sitting in my room, watching sports, having my father barge in the door, and begin to tell me those words. He would go on for minutes about how there was so much injustice in the country and how African-American civilians were treated much negatively than other races. He would frequently teach me about African-Ameri ...

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More than 100 teams attend Miami Dolphins third annual high school media day at Nova Southeastern University

On Saturday, the Miami Dolphins held their third annual South Florida High School Media Day in-side the Don Taft Arena on the campus of Nova Southeastern University. The event was open to all high schools in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County featured more than 100 teams. ...

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Roy Jones Jr., Another Punch Closer to History

Picture growing up and watching one of your idols on television over and over again. Picture working hard and training religiously to become just like, or even better, than your favorite idol. Picture yourself eventually becoming the best at your craft and staying atop of the food chain for nearly two decades. After you accomplished all of your goals, what would continue to motivate you to continue to achie ...

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Congratulations to the Inductees of the Coconut Grove Sports Hall of Fame

To find the most talented premier athletes in the country then look no place further than South Florida. It’s not a secret to the rest of the country anymore because when it comes to athletics South Florida is king. There are so many talented athletes from the Tri-County area (Dade, Broward & Palm Beach) that have gone on to have professional careers that it’s commonplace. Each draft night is a local at ...

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Handy’s Timothy Andrews wins Gold Medal at 2015 junior U.S. open International Judo Championships in Fort Lauderdale

Timothy, age 19, defied the odds and won the gold medal in the 90 kg. IJF Junior Division. ...

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The First Annual International Sports Festival

It’s not a secret about how good the athletes here are in South Florida. College coaches from all over the nation scour the streets of Miami-Dade & Broward county looking for new recruits to play for their respective programs. Even though the South Florida area is predominantly known for the incredible local football talent that emerges each year, basketball isn’t too far behind either. The sport has be ...

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Black Woman Climbs Flagpole, Snatches Confederate Flag Down From South Carolina Statehouse

They say if you want something done, get a (black) woman to do it. Just after dawn this morning, activist and North Carolina educator Bree Newsome climbed a 30-foot flag pole and snatched the Confederate flag down from the South Carolina Statehouse grounds. As officers repeatedly asked, “Ma’am, please come down off the pole,” Newsome quoted scripture on her descent, including verses from Psalms: “The Lord i ...

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5 Things To Take Away From Miami Dolphins Mini Camp

Have you ever woken up and knew that it would be a good day? Miami has been waiting 2356 days for another playoff appearance from their beloved Miami Dolphins and it looks like they won’t have to wait much longer. The Dolphins held their minicamp June 16, 2015 and everyone was upbeat, joyful and energetic. Linebackers Kelvin Sheppard and Chris McCain helped set the cheerful tone with their dancing after mak ...

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NBA Finals predictions

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