Latest Appearances And Speaking Engagements By Sports Celebrities
Many professional athletes stuggle with what to do upon retirement. For ten-year basketball veteran, Lance Allred, one particular career route seemed like a natural fit.
Allred has defied the odds throughout his life and became the first legally deaf player in the NBA in 2008. He got... Read More
It has been a banner summer for the San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard. Leonard resigned with the Spurs for a reported five-year, $90 million deal and the franchise brought in reinforcements in the form of All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge.
Amid all the hoopla, Leonard found time last weekend... Read More
Marcus Trufant was a force to be reckoned with during his time as a cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks. With his watchful eye on the quarterback, Trufant wrapped up wide receivers and paved the way for the franchise’s “Legion of Boom” defense.
On Wednesday, Trufant was en... Read More
Whether they make the postseason or not, there is no question that this year has been a coming out party for the New York Mets. Ace pitcher Matt Harvey is back healthy and has been at the center of hoopla.
With a few years of name recognition in the country’s top TV market under... Read More
Despite losing her legs at the age of 19, Amy Purdy has accomplished a great deal. Purdy is a Paralympic bronze medalist, New York Times’ best-selling author, and Dancing With the Stars finalist.
With that impressive resume, she fields numerous speaking offers each year. O... Read More
Boris Diaw has been a revelation for the San Antonio Spurs, much like many of their important reserve pieces. Diaw’s most important life work however has occurred off the basketball court.
He was recently apart of a tour of NBA stars that made their way to South Africa for an exhibiti... Read More
This past Saturday, former Tennessee football coach Phillip Fulmer was reunited with one of his former players. Inky Johnson joined Fulmer at the Chapel Hill Baptist Church in Milan, Tennessee to speak about faith and Vols football.
Fulmer’s recruitment of Johnson helped uplift him ou... Read More
There have been a wave of Canadian basketball players in recent years. With basketball pride at an all-time high in the country, Canadian-based bank BMO inked three natives playing in the NBA and the Toronto Raptors top star to endorsement deals.
The Milwaukee Bucks’ Tyler Ennis... Read More