Wednesday, August 12 2020
Even in retirement, Michael Jordan can still fire up a crowd.
• Rovell: Revenue streams abroad | Roster demographic
Is the NBA's international movement a veiled attempt to make the league "whiter"? The numbers say no, reports Richard Lapchick.
• Lapchick: A work in progress | Smith: Yao belongs
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|Kreidler: The subtle sizzle in the steak ad|
To the unaware, Esera Tuaolo is just a "retired athlete" in the TV ad. But to those who know, he's much more.
Kaz Sasaki made a huge impact in his brief MLB career, but the Mariners still aren't sorry to see him leave.
|Kreidler: Fumbling over what's offensive|
An unholy war brews over controversial nicknames chosen for teams in a flag football tournament.
|LPGA stars rebuff Stephenson|
South Korean native Grace Park took exception Friday to Jan Stephenson's comments that Asian players are killing the LPGA.
|Farrey: Beyond the grave|
Uday Hussein's reign of terror is over, but an exiled former Iraqi athlete fears the legacy of Saddam's son may live on.
Annika beat her to the first tee, but Michelle Wie wants to be the first female to earn a PGA Tour card.
|Farrey: The greater injustice|
Soon, the IOC will tell the world what the world already knows about Uday Hussein. It's about time.
|Ratto: It's all her fault|
Vijay Singh didn't take the easy way out when he blamed his wife for pulling out of the Colonial. Or did he?
|Schwarz: Ichiro on the decline|
Ichiro broke into the majors in 2001 with a bang. He's now facing an uphill battle to live up to his reputation.
|Whitlock: The double standard|
Jason Whitlock wonders why only African-American athletes are asked to speak out against injustices.
|Frei: Seems like old times|
The reunion of Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne could turn the Avs' into an '80s retro team.
|Whitlock: Don't be a PGA Tour Pig|
There's nothing more annoying to Page 2's Jason Whitlock than a black man of influence forgetting where he came from. Are you listening Vijay?