#RestWell #Coach #JohnThompson! -xoxo #BrooklynGirlCode

Legendary Basketball Hall of Fame Coach John Thompson passed away surrounded by family at his Arlington, Virginia home on August 30th, 2020. In 1984, with the assistance of NBA legend Patrick Ewing, Coach Thompson became the first Black coach to lead an NCAA Division I basketball team to the national championship beating the Houston CougarsContinue reading “#RestWell #Coach #JohnThompson! -xoxo #BrooklynGirlCode”

#ThankYouVince: Vince Carter Retires from #NBA with Record-Breaking Career!

#ThankYouVince!

#JackieRobinson on Breaking the #ColorBarrier in Major League Sports

“Feels so good to be a Crooklyn Dodger!” – Masta Ace “Crooklyn Dodgers“ The day was April 15th, 1947. Seventy years ago today, to be exact. It was Opening Day for the Brooklyn Dodgers in the historic Ebbets Field stadium which was conveniently located in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York. However, this OpeningContinue reading “#JackieRobinson on Breaking the #ColorBarrier in Major League Sports”

#TigerTiger #TigerWoodsYall!

“Tiger Woods y’all! Tiger Woods y’all! Tiger-Tiger-Tiger-Tiger-Tiger-Woods y’all! Heeeey Tiger Woods y’all.” – Actor Chris Rock in Paramount Picture’s Down to Earth (2001) The man with the golden club is back! Golfing legend, Tiger Woods was back in his glory this week when he returned to the golf course at the Hero World Challenge¬†currently takingContinue reading “#TigerTiger #TigerWoodsYall!”

The #Trendsetter.

On this day in history, forty-eight years ago to be exact, the imcomparable Arthur Ashe won the first U.S. Open title as an amateur athlete. On this day, Arthur Ashe set the bar for all the tennis greats (both male and female) to come. What a brave athlete and man. Salute to a hero andContinue reading “The #Trendsetter.”