We always want The Next Big Thing, an athlete who can dominate over years, not just a weekend or a stretch of midseason games. Is it Bubba Watson? Jeremy Lin? Does it matter?
Her column on the connection between Cam Newton's lack of tattoos and Jerry Richardson's good graces has Jemele Hill's readers wondering about the race card.
The NBA did the right thing when Kobe Bryant used a gay slur. But why does the league seem to ignore its players' frequent use of the N-word?
Can Lakers forward Pau Gasol win the NBA MVP award? He should be in the early conversation despite Kobe Bryant's shadow and past prejudices about his game.
Here's what to expect from Tiger Woods on Friday: Games, a public service announcement and a colossal waste of our time. Shall we play along?
Kobe has three rings. The Celtics' stars have none. But it's Kobe who's facing the most pressure now. Why? Because his legacy is on the line.
The NBA MVP award has become as warped as the Academy Awards -- which is why Kobe Bryant will win this year over Chris Paul.
Randy Moss was right to quit on the Oakland Raiders, because the Raiders quit on him, writes Jemele Hill.
Kobe Bryant and Alex Rodriguez -- the best players in their respective sports -- both appear on the move. But Jemele Hill will take Kobe over A-Rod any day.
Jemele Hill's column calling Kobe Bryant a better player than Michael Jordan ruffled some feathers.
All things considered, says Jemele Hill, No. 24 is a better player than No. 23.