• Father Who Shamed Son With Signs at NBA Games Defends the Stunt
    Inside Edition

    Father Who Shamed Son With Signs at NBA Games Defends the Stunt

    The father, attended a series of professional basketball games across the country, holding up signs with messages for his son, scolding him for a bad academic performance. Tommy, who asked that his last name not to be used, came front and center at Friday’s Cleveland Cavaliers/Charlotte Hornets game: "Thomas get your grades back up and next time you'll be here. “My signs were dedicated to an audience of one! Just my son," the father told Inside Edition.

  • Here's why the Spurs' loss to the Warriors will keep them from the No. 1 seed
    SB Nation

    Here's why the Spurs' loss to the Warriors will keep them from the No. 1 seed

    Golden State’s win vs. Spurs was enormous, especially after a horrid start. The Spurs won’t be the No. 1 seed. The Spurs have the tiebreaker, but even if they won out, the Warriors would have to lose at least three of their final seven outings.

  • Adam Silver 'definitely' thinks the NBA will have a female head coach, maybe 'sooner rather than later'
    Ball Don't Lie

    Adam Silver 'definitely' thinks the NBA will have a female head coach, maybe 'sooner rather than later'

    Adam Silver raises the bar when it comes to female coaches in men’s professional sports. As part of the NBA’s partnership with LeanIn.org to promote gender equality, Silver spoke with ESPN.com’s Ohm Youngmisuk candidly about the future of women in the league. In addition to taking steps toward increasing the number of females “in the pipeline” for both coaching and officiating jobs, the commissioner didn’t mince words when asked about the potential of a woman head coach.