Bryan Fonseca, Latino Rebels

Bryan Fonseca

Latino Rebels

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Bryan:

Amanda Serrano, Women's Boxing Finally Cash In

Since The Ring magazine was established 100 years ago this year, no women have won the coveted Fight of the Year award. And until this past Saturday, no two female boxers ever combined to earn as much money from a single fight, banking seven figures each. → Read More

Latino Players to Watch During March Madness

here are some of the many standout Latino college basketball players to keep your eye on this month as their teams progress through the NCAA Tournament. Call it “Latino Madness.” → Read More

PURBASKET: Chronicling the Evolution of Puerto Rican Basketball

Launched in 2017, PURBASKET has tracked the growth of Puerto Rican basketball since then and now has an influence on the direction of the sport overall, especially by identifying talent in the future generation. → Read More

The Unlikely Success of Puerto Rico Ice Hockey

Latino Rebels’ Bryan Fonseca speaks with Jazmine Miley, team captain of Puerto Rico’s national women’s ice hockey team, which swept the 2021 Amerigol Latam Cup and took home the g… → Read More

‘Ahora o Nunca’: Dual-National Players Center in U.S.-Mexico Fútbol Rivalry

Battles for players will be an essential component of the historic rivalry between Team USA and the Mexican national team over the next five years, and it’s also why fútbol in North America could e… → Read More

OPINION: Can We Do Just a Little Bit More to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage?

It’s cool, but it’s limited. → Read More

We Haven’t Paid Much Attention to Jasmine Camacho-Quinn’s Amazing Statement on Identity

If you feel it, you feel it. Period. → Read More

OPINION: With the Death of Keishla Rodríguez, Boxer Félix Verdejo Is Failure of a Man

The need to do better as a society is a grand understatement. → Read More

The big change: Nets plan on going big-game hunting

A year ago, Sean Marks told reporters at the Nets annual post-season press conference that the organization had a "long, long way to go." On Thursday, he spoke of this season as "a step in the... → Read More

The complications of keeping D’Angelo Russell

The All-Star point guard has voiced his desire to stay in Brooklyn as recently as his exit interview on Wednesday. Nets general manager Sean Marks voiced his desire to keep the dynamic D’Lo in Brooklyn during his season-ending press conference 24 hours later. But it’s easier said than done. → Read More

Nets talk about the prize: Kevin Durant

Memo to Knick fans: Be afraid, be very afraid. The Nets are coming to steal your dream: Kevin Durant may be holding up an orange-and-blue jersey come July. Instead, it may be black-and-white. Y... → Read More

It’s nearly impossible for every Net to stay... but they all want to

Ed Davis said it best. "I’ve never been on a team where you brought back the same group," the nine-year veteran noted. "So that’s not going down. But that wasn’t stopping the Nets free agents... → Read More

Can 76ers shoot their way back into games?

After some nerves early in the first quarter, the Nets settled into a lead with 2:28 left, then taking their first double-digit lead 36 seconds into the second. The 76ers managed to get as close as... → Read More

Nets players and coaches excited —and ready— for playoff challenge

You can see the excitement on Kenny Atkinson’s face as he steps into the center of his second media scrum within 18 hours. And how could he not be? The Brooklyn Nets are in the playoffs – under... → Read More

Nets big farewell to the legendary Dwyane Wade

D’Angelo Russell cracked a smile when asked Dwyane Wade after practice Tuesday. The two-traded jerseys and publicly exchanged pleasantries earlier this season. And for someone like Russell, who... → Read More

Caris LeVert returns to form, but can he stay at that level for final playoff push?

Since making his return on February 8, Caris LeVert had (by far) his best showing in the Nets’ 131-121 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks Monday night. The third-year pro netted 24 points on 8-of-15... → Read More

For Kenny Atkinson, the stress and excitement are being rewarded

Even when trying to exude calm, Kenny Atkinson displays a distinct level of intensity. It’s who he is, what the Nets like enough to extend him and his coaching staff. It’s what prompted Jared... → Read More

Real recognize real, starring D’Angelo Russell and the NBA

Hey now, you’re an All-Star, get your game on, go play → Read More

NWO: NBA Draft notes from the Big East and Atlantic 10 Tournaments

Bryan Fonseca was back and forth between the Atlantic 10 and Big East Tournaments, gathering intel on potential NBA prospects, the Nets Work Out. There aren’t many, but there is a surprise. → Read More

Accepting analytics: Another reason the Nets have made the jump

The now (accelerated) Nets rebuild is often attributed to culture, character, and a list of other buzzwords that sound corny at first listen. But along with the performance team’s focus on the... → Read More