• Updated
  • 0

It started in 1946 with 11 teams and 160 players. The shot clock was nearly a decade away, the 3-point line was a couple generations away. Buildings were smaller. So were the players. And it wasn’t even called the National Basketball Association.

  • Updated
  • 0

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Richard E. Lapchick shares some of the backlash his family felt that was directed at his father, former Knicks coach Joe Lapchick, for signing the first Black player to an NBA contract in 1950. The experience led him to his work today; Richard directs the Institute for Divers…

  • Updated
  • 0

The Los Angeles Rams’ offensive line bounced back in a major way this week after a rough week against the Arizona Cardinals, and right tackle Rob Havenstein was a major factor in that performance. Havenstein helped the offense gain 365 yards and quarterback Matthew Stafford throw four touchdowns in a 38-11 win over the New York Giants.