The Chicago Cubs on Wednesday will pay a second visit to the White House, less than six months after originally doing so to celebrate the team’s World Series title.
The Golden State Warriors are still contemplating whether or not to visit the White House to celebrate their NBA title should an invitation be extended.
A petition has been launched urging the Pittsburgh Penguins to decline a trip, if offered, to the White House to celebrate its second straight championship in protest of the presidency of Donald Trum
Pittsburgh Penguins president David Morehouse issued a statement this week saying the organization “would never turn down” an invite to the White House should one be extended.
The NBA champion Golden State Warriors will decline an invite to visit the White House and President Donald Trump should one be extended, according to several tweeted reports.
The New England Patriots on Wednesday paid a visit to the White House, as is the custom for reigning Super Bowl champions.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell attempted to keep the league above the political fray by indicating he’s fine with Donald Trump’s recent comments about Colin Kaepernick.
Colin Kaepernick recently donated $50,000 to Meals on Wheels as part of a $500,000 payout in a continuation of his many charitable endeavors, per a tweet from NFL media’s Ian Rapoport.
Charles Barkley not surprisingly has some strong opinions on Donald Trump, as is often the case with most everything when it comes to the outspoken NBA analyst.
President Donald Trump will not continue the tradition started by Barack Obama of filling out an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket on ESPN airwaves, reports The Washington Post.
There seems to be no end to the war of words — or tweets, more appropriately — between Mark Cuban and President Donald Trump.
Richard Sherman used his weekly column for The Players’ Tribune to discuss the outcome of the presidential election.
Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle peppered his postgame analysis of the team’s “abominable” start to its preseason game against the Houston Rockets with some political comme
Count Brandon Marshall among the rapidly growing number of athletes expressing criticism over Donald Trump’s “locker room talk” excuse for his boorish comments caught on tape.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump toned down the rhetoricwhen again weighing in on the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s decision to protest against social injustice by kneeling