My Note To Allen Iverson

Posted in 76ers, Allen Iverson, Black Athlete, Black Athletes, Blogroll, Philadelphia, Philadelphia 76ers, race and politics, Race and Sports Culture, Race in Sports, racism and sports on March 10th, 2010 by Ron Glover

Why should I be concerned about Allen Iverson’s personal life spiraling out of control – after all we knew this was how it was going to end right? All the late night drinking and gambling slowly ate away at his game, his career and his marriage. I’ve got my own problems, Allen hopefully has several millions left to make it – several million more than myself. So why am I even concerning myself with A.I.?

Because even in his darkest hour, I won’t stop pulling for him.

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Floyd Mayweather: An Appraisal

Posted in Black Athletes, Blogroll, Boxing on January 29th, 2010 by Okori Wadsworth

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

This was not necessarily a hard article to write. Some of them have been, but this one wasn’t. You see… Floyd Mayweather is a polarizing figure on our little corner of the sports information superhighway. You mention his name and there are a whole bunch of people who freak out one way or the other. Some people think he can do no wrong, and others think that he is the biggest fraud in boxing today. I have watched most of, if not all of, Floyd’s fights and I’ve come up with a few things both positive and negative.

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Ron Glover Speaks Out On LeBron, Al Sharpton and the NFL and Black Athletes Taking a Stand

Posted in Al Sharpton, Black Athletes, Ed Berliner, LeBron James, NFL, Ron Glover, Speeding Bullett Network on April 14th, 2008 by Michael Tillery


Click on the above logo to access Ron’s conversation with Ed Berliner. In the headings click on The Ticket and scroll down and also check under the NFL heading. Ron does his thing TSF style.