OKC Defeat Clippers in Game 3

May 10 Tamara Latta 0

  Los Angeles—The Los Angeles Clippers missed out on a golden opportunity; a chance to control the series with a victory over Oklahoma City just went out the window.All season long Clippers coach Doc Rivers have preached defense, defense, defense. Well, on Friday night the Clippers fell victim to the Thunder simply because they did not […]


A Game 7 Worth Remembering

May 4 Tamara Latta 0

LOS ANGELES—In the end, the Los Angeles Clippers didn’t let the distractions stop them from prevailing to win the Western Conference first round series against the Golden State Warriors of the NBA playoffs. It has been a long week full of drama surrounded by the Clippers organization, but the team […]


Clippers Disrupt Warriors’ Strategy

April 22 Tamara Latta 1

  Los Angeles—After a disappointing loss against the Warriors in their first playoff game, the Clippers sent Golden State an abrupt message. It was all about the Clippers from start to finish. Blake Griffin had a monstrous performance against the Warriors; He scored a playoff-high 35 points in a 138-98 victory Monday night at the […]


BYU Advances to Sweet 16

March 26 Tamara Latta 0

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 […]


Nebraska Handles Fresno State

March 23 Tamara Latta 0

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 […]


Dodgers’ Gordon Competes for PT

March 10 Tamara Latta 0

Phoenix—Dee Gordon has turned his baseball game up a notch and is more than ready to take over the full-time job at second base. The Dodgers signed Alex Guerrero to a four-year, $28 million dollar contract with high hopes, but the Cuban native hasn’t been able to adapt to the big leagues, which has […]


Matt Kemp Won’t Rush Return to Baseball

March 7 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles—After missing half of the 2013 season, Matt Kemp awaits to show his worth to Los Angeles, but he won’t rush his debut. Kemp spoke to reporters at the Dodgers Fan Fest in February and said he might not be ready to return to the starting lineup this month […]

No Picture

Clippers Tire Against Spurs

February 19 Tamara Latta 0

LOS ANGELES—The Clippers weren’t quite ready to face the first place Southwest Division Spurs on Tuesday night at the Staples Center. Blake Griffin had his usual performance scoring 35 points and 12 rebounds, but the rest of the team looked jaded in the 103-113 loss against the San Antonio Spurs. […]


Clippers’ Paul a Happy Camper

February 13 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles—The Clippers point guard Chris Paul is all smiles heading into the All-Star break. It wasn’t an easy 122-117 victory Wednesday night against the Trailblazers, but Paul was deluged with happiness after his team tied Portland for the third seed in the West. “I’m happy,” Paul said. “I’m in […]


Clippers Keep it Rolling

February 11 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles—Blake Griffin continued his magnificent all around performance on the court. He finished the game with 26 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in the inhospitable 123-78 win over the Philadelphia 76ers Sunday. It was a good night for the Clippers. Chris Paul was inserted back in the starting […]


Clippers pull out win against Jazz

February 2 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles—Despite the slow start, the Los Angeles Clippers were able to pick up the momentum in the second half, and hand the Jazz their 31st loss of the season. It wasn’t an exquisite 102-87 victory over Utah, but winning feels much better than losing. Jamal Crawford led all scorers […]


Clippers Rising to Expectations

January 31 Tamara Latta 0

The Clippers are learning to play without Chris Paul. You never know how strong you are, until being strong is the only choice you have. Paul’s teammate has been beyond prolific in his absence. Who would have ever projected they would have a greater winning percentage without Paul’s services? ON A […]


Clippers Cope Without Paul

January 10 Tamara Latta 0

Los Angeles—Blake Griffin and teammates will have to find ways to adapt to life without Chris Paul. It’s never a good feeling when your best player is sidelined for six weeks due to a shoulder injury, but basketball never stops, and that’s why every professional player on the roster is […]


Doc Rivers Knows How to Overcome Adversity

January 8 Tamara Latta 0

Through all the ups and downs, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers remains cool, calm and collective.  On December 30th, the Clippers experienced one of their worst games thus far this season.  An atrocious (107-88) blowout loss to a solid Phoenix Suns team. But Rivers looked at it as just being […]


Texas Tech’s Keys to Knocking off ASU

January 1 Tamara Latta 0

San Diego—It was all about the Red Raiders at Qualcomm Stadium Monday night. Texas Tech snapped a five game losing streak dominating from start to finish defeating Arizona State 37-23. The Red Raiders were able to find their momentum early in the game and never looked back. They racked up […]