Maya Moore: Justice Prevails for Jonathan Irons

Day after day. Month after month. Year after year. I wrote an article two weeks ago that shined a vibrant light on Maya Moore’s sabbatical from her brilliant basketball career. Instead of burying jumpers and taking defenders to school off the bounce to the bucket, Maya decided to train for a journey of justice. The […]

Maya Moore: A Basketball Superstars’ Fight For Justice

Maya Moore has already reached the height of success in her basketball career. A two-time (back-to-back) national champion in 2009-10 as a member of head coach Geno Auriemma’s stellar UConn Huskies’ hoops program (2007-11), Moore’s dominating collegiate career illuminated her path to being selected No. 1-overall in the 2011 WNBA Draft by the Minnesota Lynx. […]

Be Free of the King, Kyrie Irving

Now that there’s a mini lull in the Kyrie Irving prose, this is the perfect time for NGSC Sports to interject some thoughts about Uncle Drew and LeBron “King” James. I’m not going to provide you with the same crap ESPN and other sports media outlets are dishing out. Instead, let’s go back in time […]