LBS interviewed former UCLA basketball player Josiah Johnson about The Wooden Effect, a film he co-directed and co-produced.
Saturday marked a year since legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden died at the age of 99.
High school coaches joining college coaching staffs is nothing new — it’s a practice that’s been going on for a while, and it’s usually related to recruiting.
LBS attended a screening of The Wooden Effect Saturday, a documentary with never-before-seen interviews of John Wooden produced by former Bruin Marques Johnson’s Point Forward Productions.
Josh Pastner’s sister, Courtney Pastner, sent a tweet to high school recruit Rodney Purvis that could get Memphis in trouble (albeit in a minor way).
During his collegiate days with the Duke Blue Devils, J.J. Redick was constantly pestered by fans of opposing programs.
For several years President Barack Obama has been passing himself off as a sports fan. Folks in the sports world like it because they feel like Obama is a guy and “one of us,” so to speak.
A former Wake Forest student will appear on NBC’s Today Show Thursday to talk about a sexual assault incident she alleges took place on March 19th, 2009, Wake Forest fan site Blogger So Dear rep