Lou Williams

Celtics get a front row ticket to the Lou Williams Show

LOS ANGELES, CA-The Boston Celtics ran into the wrong Los Angeles team this time around. After defeating the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday, the Celtics and their star guard Kyrie Irving had an extra day to prepare to face off against the Los Angeles Clippers. Turns out that extra day didn’t help Boston at all […]

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LeBron rises up against Boston, but Celtics prevail with win

LOS ANGELES, CA-LeBron James did what he was supposed to do when Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics came to down to play an NBA matchup at Staples Center. In just 27 minutes of action, James managed to pull off an efficient evening, going for 30 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds against the Celtics. […]

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Williams, Clippers deny OKC stars Westbrook and George

LOS ANGELES, CA-There’s not too many times that a player will come off the bench and upstage two superstars on the other team. Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams managed to do just that in a playoff-life theater basketball game played at Staples Center against Russell Westbrook, Paul George and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Outshining […]

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Jerald Vincent talks ‘Aladdin’ and theatre’s diversity growth

Multiculturalism is something we have seen grace across heralded Broadway productions in recent years. It used to be that people of color would be considered to be an abbreviation to the distinguished theatrical world if they were fortunate enough to be part of a production. That’s not the case today. When you see Broadway shows […]

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Knicks look to overcome the past and present for the future

LOS ANGELES, CA-The New York Knicks don’t have Carmelo Anthony to bail them out anymore. As a matter of fact, the Knicks don’t have much of anything these days, thanks to some questionable decisions by the team’s management. But in the eyes of fairness, the Knicks could be waiting for a summer of re-birth via […]

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The uninvited guest: Brad Pye Jr.’s fight for black press equality

Brad Pye Jr. has had a history of firsts during his illustrious sports journalism career. The Hollywood Walk of Fame may not call Pye’s name, but they should. The “Switch Reels” guy made radio sports talk cool to listen to before it became customary barbershop gossip. The beneficiaries of all this coolness have been urban […]

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Director Gregg T. Daniel explores Dr. King in ‘The Mountaintop’

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. brought hope with him when he became the face and the public mouthpiece of the freedom movement across the country better known as the American Civil Rights Movement. King inspired and was that glimmer of sunshine to millions of people who otherwise found themselves trampled under the ragged death throes […]

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women's college basketball

Trojans’ upset bid of No. 10 Stanford bid comes up short

LOS ANGELES, CA-Defense matters. For three of the four quarters that the USC women’s basketball team engaged in with No. 10 Stanford, the Trojans were at their best, limiting the Cardinal to 11, 15, and 13 points, respectively. USC was able to hold Stanford to just 39 points in those periods because of the Cardinal sloppy play. […]

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college basketball

Gonzaga keeps it pushing in win against Loyola Marymount

LOS ANGELES, CA-Out of the 10 teams that make up the West Coast Conference, Loyola Marymount University’s men’s basketball team currently resides in the eighth seat. But that didn’t stop the Lions from getting under the skin of No. 3 Gonzaga in a home game played at Gersten Pavilion on Valentine’s Day. Yeah, this was […]

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NAACP Image Awards

TV One puts spotlight on NAACP Image Awards and new shows

PASADENA, CA-Valentine’s Day came a day early for TV One. Holding a spot at the Television Critics Association 2019 Winter Tour press event at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, California, TV One presented an assortment of panel discussions as well introduce to media members several shows expected to garner high ratings for the network. […]

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Black College Expo reflects the culture of the HBCU experience

LOS ANGELES, CA-If she had her choice of where she wanted to attend college, Ashley Joseph would have picked Spelman College, the historically black college in Atlanta, Georgia, with a dominant female student-body. However, Joseph said she was not able to get into the revered institution. So she settled on attending UCLA to obtain her […]

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The ECM Music Group salute the troops in song and praise

NEWPORT BEACH, CA – While some chose to boycott the Super Bowl (Super Bowl LIII), the Experience Christian Ministries in Los Angeles refused to pass up the opportunity to minister in song to the troops at the 10thAnnual Crisp Family Super Bowl Sunday party for more than 500 invited military guest including active duty Marines […]

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