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It is like witnessing magic when you watch an athlete do what they do best. To see a mere human soar in the air over to the other side of a bar or to witness someone run at a speed quicker than a human thought. A basketball player defying gravity just to get a ball into a hoop. A ballerina turning their body into a top, spinning and spinning without fatigue.

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Some may see romantic comedies and dramas as a guilty pleasure. But author Bolu Babalola indulges in the genre with no apology.
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It’s been weeks since WNBA star and two-time Olympic gold medalist Brittney Griner was arrested in Russia, allegedly for having vape cartridges that contained hash oil (cannabis oil). But the world only found out recently when Russian media released her alleged mugshot. Brittney, one of the world’s best basketball players who’s been playing for Russia’s UMMC Ekaterinburg team during the WNBA off-season since 2015, faces a prison sentence of up to 10 years, if convicted.

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Although she has been working in showbiz since a pre-teen, Keke Palmer still makes self-care a priority. The Nope star has been busy as of late after starring in the new Jordan Peele film but she took a break to speak about how she still finds time to take care of her mind, body, and spirit. In the September issue ofWomen’s Health, the 28-year-old explained how saying no has helped her in her personal life and career and much more.

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Bey is back with her highly anticipated seventh studio album, Renaissance. The 16-track record is her first solo album in six years since Lemonade. And like with everything she does, she's raised the bar.

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It’s that time of the month again to check out what’s coming to a couple of our favorite streaming networks this August. Today, on the first day of August, Netflix is hitting us with some ‘90s classics such as Above the Rim and all three Men in Black films. For HBO Max, you can finally catch season two of the Issa Rae-produced reality series Sweet Life: Los Angelesand the exotic male dance flick Chocolate City. Love & Basketballwill be streamed on both Netflix and HBO Max.

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