One of the greatest to ever step on the court is getting a special designation from an area that he brought so much joy too. Black Mamba will live forever on the west coast. As spotted on Hype Beast Kobe Bryant’s iconic legacy will have it’s own 24 hours in California. On Wednesday, August 12 the town […]

Yesterday Nike announced that in one week it will be kicking off "Mamba Week" which will entail of a week of programing and retail releases of merch which will honor and celebrate Kobe Bryant's illustrious 20-year career in the NBA.

The NBA and its superstars get a large chunk of the attention when it comes to speaking on social justice issues and addressing them on the court. BUT the ladies of the WNBA have always been about that life.

The NBA is set to officially restart it on Thursday (Jul.30), and if you have been watching the tune-up games, it's a bit weird without fans. The league is looking to tackle that issue by partnering with Microsoft.

Though many NBA players are looking forward to making a political statement for the world to see come the end of the month, LeBron James and Anthony Davis have said they decided to keep their names on their backs while Jimmy Butler has decided to go with a blank jersey for the remainder of the season.