Tarik Black

Houston Rockets #28 - Center

  • Born: 11/22/91
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 6'9"
  • Weight: 250
  • Seasons: 2014

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Report: Texas HC Steve Sarkisian says Texas isn’t hiring Mike Stoops


Plus: Texas basketball reschedules Iowa State matchup

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas LB Juwan Mitchell will reportedly return in 2021


Plus: Tom Herman on the Alamo Bowl, per 247Sports

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Big Ten football announcement is reportedly imminent


Plus: Sam Ehlinger named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Oklahoma leapfrogs Texas in latest recruiting rankings


Plus: Hype surrounds Texas’ new Leverage program

An inside look at top 2020 NBA Draft prospect Deni Avdija


Could his playmaking skills make him a good fit with the Warriors?

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas governor predicts college football will start on time


Plus: Will Kevin Durant hit court again this season?

Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas school officials shooting for late June to announce fall semester plans


Plus: Texas athletes may benefit big under NCAA’s potential new image, likeness rules

Hot Links: Samaje Perine joins Joe Mixon and Rodney Anderson in Cincinnati


Also, The Athletic’s Jason Kersey wrote a great piece on the impact and greatness of gymnast Maggie Nichols.

Let’s appreciate a Laker: Larry Nance Jr., and his emphatic dunks


Los Angeles had their own Larry Legend for two and a half glorious seasons, and his name was Larry Nance Jr.

Tarik Black says he still watches highlights of Kobe Bryant’s last game to pump himself up, calls it ‘the most invigorating game’ he’s ever played in


Tarik Black had a pretty incredible story about the final game Kobe Bryant played in for the Lakers.

HQ Roundtable: On Jeremy Lin, Toronto’s roster moves, taking a break, and more


Toronto keeps plugging away as we head towards the dog days of the regular season. With the return of the HQ Roundtable, we’re talking about what the Raptors (and other teams) need to do to before...

The Lakers’ problems at center date back further than you might expect


Since the Lakers traded Andrew Bynum for Dwight Howard, the team has had difficulty finding effective players at what was historically their marquee position.