The Reason Jae’Sean Tate Has Defied the Naysayers

Cody Pearson There aren’t too many 25-year-old rookies in the NBA. Nor are there many people who have had to overcome as much adversity as Jae’Sean Tate. “A lot of people don’t know that part of my life because I’m always smiling … but it took a lot for me to get that way.” Every
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Mississippi State’s Morgan William looks back on the shot that changed women’s college basketball

There are buzzer-beaters, and there are buzzer-beaters which take down UConn in the Final Four. “It was just like the shot heard round the planet,” Morgan William says. She’s reminiscing in the car from Orlando, Florida, where she’s been searching for Pepsi in sales for the year. She ’s coming back at the American Airlines
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Michael Porter Jr. May Be the Future in Denver, but First He Needs to Earn His Spot

AP Images/Ringer Example Following two missing seasons to harm, the Nuggets newcomer has snapped the scoring art that made him the top high-school recruit. But until Porter comes of age, the Nuggets are caught between also making a push for its title and developing a potential celebrity. The fans at the Pepsi Center stood Michael
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Hello, My Name Is Marijuana Pepsi! (Ep. 387)

Marijuana Pepsi Vandyck was a failing student at age 15. Thirty-one years later she earned her Ph.D., analyzing the impact of distinctively black names on students’ classroom experiences. (Photo: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater) Research shows that having a distinctively black name doesn’t affect your economic future. But what is the day-to-day reality of living with such
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Long-Term Thinking in a Start-Up Town (Ep. 381)

The average American family spends $9,000 per year owning and operating a car that is parked 96 percent of the time. John Zimmer — the president of Lyft — wants to free us from our cars. We talked to him in San Francisco. (Photo: Pxhere) Recorded live in San Francisco. Guests include the keeper of
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