Actress and liberal activist Ashley Judd lamented an encounter she had with a Donald Trump supporter who she said treated her with “open hostility” at a Saturday basketball game.
President Donald Trump will not be filling out ESPN’s March Madness bracket, breaking an annual tradition started by his predecessor President Barack Obama in 2009.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and professional ballerina Misty Copeland have criticized Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank’s recent comments praising President Donald Trump, joining NBA star Stephen Curry in their opposition to the remarks.
Basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal said on Wednesday that President-elect Donald Trump won the election “fair and square” and Americans need to give him a chance.
The singer for the first Sacramento Kings NBA pre-season home game took a knee as she was performing the national anthem on Monday.
The Indiana Pacers have signed Israeli point guard Gal Mekel.
From politics to professional sports, an endorsement from Hillary Clinton appears to be the kiss of death in 2014.
Last month, for example, former Representative Marjorie Margolis (D., Pa.) was handily defeated in her bid to return to Congress, despite endorsements and fundraising assists from both Hillary and Bill Clinton. Margolis, as it turns out, is the mother of Chelsea Clinton’s husband, Marc Mezvinsky.
Former U.S. Marine and freshman at Middle Tennessee State Steven Rhodes will be allowed to play immediately per a Monday ruling from the NCAA, ESPN reports.