NBA center Jason Collins comes out as black and gay, but it's even more shocking that he came out as a player for the Washington Wizards.
'I think there's no defense for using that kind of language' -- Jason Collins on Rajon Rondo.
Retired NBA player discusses LGBT-centric sports doc 'Out to Win' at SXSW
NBA center Jason Collins, the first openly gay active athlete in the U.S., has announced his retirement from the NBA. 'It has been 18 exhilarating mon (more…)
An openly gay professional basketball player and two survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing will be among those sitting with the first lady during T (more…)
Jason Collins who debuted with the Nets on Sunday became NBA's first openly gay player. He received a warm welcome.
Former NBA player Jason Collins says RFRA changes don't go far enough
Players and commissioners of the NYC Gay Basketball League talk about Jason Collins coming out while competing in a tournament at Chelsea Piers Sunday (more…)
It's on! Openly gay NBA star Jason Collins signed a 10-day deal with the Nets and made history.
00:26 — At the State of the Union address, first lady Michelle Obama will sit with two survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing and former NBA player Jason Co (more…)
01:29 — Bob Schieffer reflects on how Jason Collins' coming out as gay highlights one of the best parts of America.
01:33 — On his 100th day into his second term, President Obama fielded questions from reporters during a press conference discussing the sequester, Syria, and (more…)
00:38 — The White House views Jason Collins' coming out as "another example of the progress that has been made and the evolution that has been taking place in (more…)
1:30:01 — A half-century after President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the landmark Civil Rights Act, CBS News' chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer hosted a (more…)
02:39 — New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the reaction to the news of NBA center Jason Collins coming (more…)
06:56 — Brendon Ayanbadejo, an LGBT ally and NFL free agent, and Esera Tuaolo, an openly gay former NFL player who did not come out while he was still playing (more…)