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The day after Super Bowl LI, on February 6, 2017, Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, current hosts of His & Hers, will be the new hosts of the 6 p.m. SportsCenter hour.

ESPN's Bomani Jones spoke with Roland Martin about the ongoing and escalating controversy surrounding NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Nykea Aldridge, the cousin of NBA star and Chicago native Dwyane Wade, was shot and killed by crossfire Friday afternoon in Chicago. According to reports Aldridge, 32, was shot in the head and arm. She was not the intended target. Aldridge was shot while pushing a stroller. The child was not harmed. Aldridge is Wade’s first cousin. Wade, […]

The late sports broadcaster, who would have been 51 years old today, passed away in January 2015 after a lengthy battle with cancer.

NBA Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to share his views on race, police, community relationships, and the Black Lives Matter movement. The controversial sports analyst also offered his thoughts about NBA players Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James’ ESPYS opening speech. “I thought it […]

The show was full of funny moments, mostly from the host, WWE's John Cena, who wasn't afraid to say anything about Tom Brady's infamous Deflategate scandal and Kevin Durant's big move to the Golden State Warriors.

Chance the Rapper Delivers a powerful tribute at the ESPYs, Honoring the Greatest of all Time! Related: NewsOne Now Remembers The Greatest Of All Time, Muhammad Ali  

Stephen A Smith Doesn’t like Kevin Durant’s move to Golden State At all!!

For the Miami Heat player, who is among the most well-paid and talented athletes in the world, his insecurities came in the form of one outie belly button.

The Being Mary Jane actress got ahold of Dwyane's cover for ESPN's Body Issue.

Although ESPN's annual Body Issue set to hit newsstands on July 8, we've finally got a sneak peek at the premiere athletes that are taking over the pages this year.

NewsOne Now panelist Lauren Victoria Burke took on the analysis of America's fascination with O.J. when she said, "This is the first in American history to get away with killing two White people and walk away -- it has never happened before."