May 25, 2011 - 2:07am
The NBA final four has kicked off, and although pro-basketball is a bit of a sore subject in the city of Louisville there is local connections to the two series that will lead to the championship games.
Without question the men’s college basketball final four is bigger than the NBA’s, maybe it has something to do with the fact that the only guys that are millionaires in college basketball are the coaches.There is something great about watching NBA games in which each team scores...
April 26, 2011 - 11:29am
We head back to the court for our next local sports legend.
For basketball hall of famer Wes Unseld, one place remains his home and the place where his legendary story begins.
April 20, 2011 - 10:52am
We continue to look at the local sports legends, now looking at the youngest athlete we've highlighted
Beginning his career at Eastern High School, basketball guard Rajon Rondo’s credentials certainly qualify him as a relatively young, but nonetheless deserving sports legend of the Ville.
Growing up in Louisville, Rondo was surrounded by women; by which I mean three sisters. So, in an attempt to...
April 19, 2011 - 10:04am
We go to the court to look at today's Sports legend of the Ville.
A high ranking Assistant NBA General Manager sits at his desk on a brisk New York day. It’s a position he’s settled into; a town he knows, perhaps not as well as another city that sits on a different river. His hometown is Louisville, and he is a Sports legend of the Ville.Alan Houston, known for...
April 18, 2011 - 10:00am
Last Monday the WNBA held their 2011 college draft, who's the local talent that we'll see in the pros next year though?
Last Monday the WNBA held their annual draft welcoming the big names of women’s college basketball to the pros, led by Connecticut’s Maya Moore several notable local talents were represented in the draft choices.
Kentucky’s Victoria Dunlap was one of the first to go, getting the eleventh pick of...