Much DeSean About Nothing

DeSean Jackson is not Aaron Hernandez. Anyone making that comparison makes that assumption has not done their due diligence or speaks out of complete ignorance.  So the rumors are flying off the handle these days with buzz that Jackson, the talented wide receiver the Philadelphia Eagles just cut, is in over his head with his […]

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BYU Advances to Sweet 16

LOS ANGELES—It was a celebration for BYU when the buzzer sounded at Pauley Pavilion. Morgan Bailey and Jennifer Hamson used their athleticism to help eliminate Nebraska 80-76 on Monday night at Pauley Pavilion. Bailey lead all scorers with 18 points, Hamon added 15 points and 14 rebounds. After a 12-year drought, the Cougars are going dancing into another […]

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AFL – Football is Back in LA

Anaheim, CA – The LA KISS Arena Football League team has opened the season at 1-1. The AFL and its 14 team league have taken notice that the LA KISS are here.  They are competing in the National Conference – West Division with the Back 2 Back defending champions Arizona Rattlers. The LA KISS opened up their […]

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Nebraska Handles Fresno State

LOS ANGELES—It wasn’t a flawless performance by Nebraska, but a win is a win and the Cornhuskers played worthy enough to advance to the second round of the NCAA women’s tournament. Big Ten Player of the Year Jordan Hooper filled up the stat sheet scoring 23 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in Nebraska’s 74-55 win […]

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A King Win for Sacramento

Entering the time of year where college basketball produces more attention than the NBA because of the NCAA Final Four Tournament, fans were in for a show Tuesday night, brought on by two former college teammates. Former University of Kentucky stars John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins played opposite of each other in a head-to-head matchup, […]

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Etiwanda Clamps Down on Windward

LOS ANGELES, CA- The top girls’ team in the land was one game away from the regional finals before Windward hit an Eagle road block. Etiwanda slipped past Windward 49-48, with good defense and an attacking offense that wouldn’t back down. USC-bound power forward Amy Okonkwo lead Eitwanda with 21 strong points. The number one […]

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View Park Dominant in State Win

On a doubleheader night of View Park basketball, the boys took the victory over visiting Santa Clarita Christian School 63-48. The Saint Mary’s Gym was already buzzing from the first game that saw The Lady Knights destroy Polytechnic (Pasadena) 69-37. After winning the opening tip the View Park Knights tossed a lob to Chance Comanche […]

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Clippers Streaking at Right Time

LOS ANGELES-The Los Angeles Clippers-Cleveland Cavaliers game at STAPLES  Center on Sunday wasn’t something pretty to watch, but the home team will gladly take the win. Lob City turned into grind it out ball as the Clippers plowed their way to a 102-80 win in a game that was played much closer than the final […]

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Mayfair Clip Poly in State Tourney

LAKEWOOD, CA–The Mayfair High School boys’s basketball team proved to be too big, too fast and too much for the Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits in a CIF State Division I second round game played Saturday on the Monsoons’ homecourt. Mayfair High’s Kendall Small showed the Jackrabbits he was the biggest and baddest player on the […]

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NFL Scouts USC Pro Day

LOS ANGELES-Annually the NFL comes around to get a good look at the talent board across college campuses around the country. Wednesday, it was USC’s football program turn to impress the scouts. Wide receiver Marqise Lee, Demetrius Wright, Simon Redd, Kevin Greene and Morgan Breslin were among the USC football players to lace them and […]

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