Author Archives: Perry Green and Stephen D. Riley

  • Who’s the Man in Miami? James or Wade?

    Nine seconds left, and the Miami Heat down by one. Miami’s point guard sets up to inbound the ball but who does he throw it to? His options are both plentiful and enviable. In one corner: a two-time MVP. A league scoring champion and hands down the most gifted athlete in the game. In the ...

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  • Lakers Cruise to Win in Game 1, 102-89

    Many expected it to be more of a fight, but the Los Angeles Lakers were able to cruise to a 102-89 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on June 3 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Los Angeles dominated on offense in the series opener, shooting 48 percent […]

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  • Faceoff: Sizing up the NBA Finals

    The Lakers and Celtics are set to tip off this Thursday for the 12th time in NBA Finals history. Boston owns the edge in the series with a 9-2 record and the Celtics fully expect to extend that mark by one more at the conclusion of the title round. But Kobe Bryant and the rest […]

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  • Face Off: Should LeBron Leave Cavaliers?

    The No. 1 team in the NBA – led by the man that many deem the top player in the league – has, again, fallen short of their goal to win a championship. The Cleveland Cavaliers may have won an impressive 60-plus games during the regular season, but after losing the Eastern ...

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  • Mayweather, Pacman Face Off

    If there’s one thing AFRO sports writers Perry Green and Stephen D. Riley enjoy more than reporting on sports, it’s arguing about them. These two sports addicts debate over just about every sports headline that comes across their desk, so AFRO.com decided to let its viewers in on ...

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  • Baltimore Unveils ‘Ray Lewis Way’

    Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis has been a stabilizing symbol throughout his tenure in the city since being drafted in 1996. After 14 years of dominating the NFL, Lewis is easily the most recognizable sports figure in all of “Cham City.” But even with a résumé that ...

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  • Is Kevin Durant Better than LeBron?

    Both the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers have survived the first round of NBA playoffs, keeping alive the opportunity for fans to witness perhaps the two best players in the game—LeBron James and Kobe Bryant—face off in the championship. But if LeBron and Kobe are ...

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