John Wall has debuted custom Adidas sneakers designed to commemorate Black History Month. Fittingly, he wore the shoes on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day during the Wizards’ win over the 76ers.
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I have mixed emotions about Martin Luther King Jr. Day. For me, it’s a time of hopeful celebration — but also of cautionary vigilance. I celebrate an extraordinary man of courage and conviction and his remarkable achievements and hope that I can behave in a manner that honors his sacrifices. And while Dr. King still has his delusional detractors, who have a dream of dismissing his impact on history, it’s not them I worry about…
The NBA has traditionally celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. day in a big way, and this year is no exception.
Bill O’Reilly tonight sounded off on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Time Magazine column on Islam.
“NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wanted to talk basketball, but commented a bit on the tragic recent events in Paris.”
The NBA legend was one of the greatest centres ever to play basketball. The 67-year-old was a six-time NBA champion and 19-time All-Star. He has since become an actor, author and a US global cultural ambassador.
adidas and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar today unveiled a limited edition Black History Month Collection inspired by the NBA’s all-time leading scorer and one of the game’s most prominent philanthropists and ambassadors.
When the Ku Klux Klan burns a cross in a black family’s yard, Christians aren’t required to explain how these aren’t really Christian acts.
“Most Muslims do not become Muslims to indulge in murder and mayhem,” Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the leading point scorer in NBA history, told CNN’s World Sport on Wednesday. “It’s not what Islam is about.