When the Rockets signed Dwight Howard in last summer’s biggest NBA free-agency move, Omer Asik was probably the least excited person in Houston. After starting every game at center for […]
At the Islamic Boarding School of Barid Al Munawwarah in Indonesia, when students are not memorizing the Quran, studying the religion and performing dawah to the public, they are training […]
During an era that some boxing fans consider the most competitive in the history of the light-heavyweight division, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad racked up a professional record of 50-8-1 (39 KOs) […]
This clip from TIME magazine highlights a handful of accomplished Musliminah athletes in tennis, figure skating, MMA, basketball, fencing and triathlon.
These have nothing to do with sports, but they made me smile. And it’s Friday, so why not?
The Toronto Maple Leafs were not able to secure an invite to the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoff party this year, finishing in 12th place in the Eastern Conference with a […]
Before you watch Chris Paul and Stephen Curry perform their ball-handling magic in tonight’s highly anticipated NBA playoff game between the L.A. Clippers and Golden State Warriors, take a few […]
The St. Louis Rams of the late-1990s and early-2000s hit the NFL suddenly like an unexpected right cross from Wladimir Klitschko and had opposing defenses on the ropes for three […]
The most intriguing story of the opening day of the NBA playoffs was the Eastern Conference’s No. 8 seed, the Atlanta Hawks — the worst team, record-wise, in the entire […]
Like I said before, Saturday night’s light-heavyweight unification match between Bernard Hopkins and Beibut Shumenov is, as far as I know, the most high-profile fight between two Muslim boxers since […]