Clippers Are Ready To Contend

The Los Angeles Clippers are as good as they have ever been. With a trio of healthy superstars in Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and Deandre Jordan, the Clippers boast enough fire power to take on any team in the NBA. Head coach and basketball president Doc Rivers resigned Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford […]

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Lakers excitement has returned

Being a Lakers fan has lost quite a bit of luster over the past five years or so. Since Kobe Bryant led the Lakers to back to-back-championships during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 NBA seasons, Los Angeles has become a hotbed for poor decisions and mediocrity. There was the 2011 implosion that led to a shameful […]

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Film ‘Loving’ shows us what love is

Director Jeff Nichol’s “Loving” is a rare film that depicts the injustice and brutality of racism without resorting to outwardly physical violence or attacks. “Loving” tells the true story of a hardworking white bricklayer Richard Loving (Joel Edgerton), and his pregnant African American girlfriend, Mildred (Ruth Negga). Richard loves Ruth, and he purchases an acre […]

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The Resurgence Of Nick Young

Nick Young wasn’t supposed to be on the Lakers at the start of the 2016-17 NBA season. After a few years of sub-par play and silly antics, Young was labeled a distraction by many around the league. Following a media blown fallout with prized rookie D’Angelo Russell, the USC standout lost more than the support […]

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Candace Parker answers title bell

For the Los Angeles Sparks, the road to the WNBA championship would begin and end with Candace Parker. It started with Parker making the full-time commitment to attend training camp and seeing this season all the way through. For Parker, that meant making sure her routine overseas, offseason basketball commitment that usually interrupts the beginning of […]

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Celebrating the best in Latino Heritage

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a big deal. Recognition of the achievements and accomplishments of prominent Latinos, as well as those contributing to a better America under the radar as the Average Joe, has become something of a phenomenon recently. However, what Hispanic Americans have contributed to the makeup of America is not anything new. […]

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Win does Chargers’ hearts good

SAN DIEGO-Maybe the San Diego Chargers should play the Denver Broncos more often. Judging by their 21-13 win at home last week against their AFC West wolfpack rivals, the Chargers looked like more of the role of the pitbull going for the death grip on the throats of the Super Bowl 50 champions. You can […]

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Clippers Still Lack A Key Piece

The Los Angeles Clippers boast a starting lineup that most NBA GM’s would kill for. With perennial All-Stars Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and Deandre Jordan, along with perhaps the NBA’s best shooter in J.J. Redick, the Clippers have been considered legitimate contenders to win the title for several years now. It’s hard to believe then, […]

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