The Wait is OVER!: Mayweather vs. Pacquiao
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 30 April 2015
Five years later, one Academy Awards like Los Angeles presser, hidden economic agendas, a defamation lawsuit, a two-month prison stay, rhetoric over Olympic Style drug testing, the most expensive Pay ... read more >>
Spurs edge Clippers 111-107 in pivotal Game 5 on late call
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 29 April 2015
Tim Duncan scored 12 of his 21 points in the second half, and DeAndre Jordan was called for basket interference with 4.3 seconds left as the San Antonio Spurs moved to the brink of the second round with ... read more >>
The Arrival of the King! FLOYD “ MONEY’ MAYWEATHER
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 29 April 2015
LAS VEGAS– The countdown to Floyd “Money” Mayweather vs. Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao continued today as both fighters held individual Grand Arrivals with Mayweather arriving at MGM Grand and Pacquiao ... read more >>
Spurs' Leonard selected NBA Defensive Player of the Year
Written by RAUL DOMINGUEZ Associated Press 24 April 2015
San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard holds his trophy during a news conference after he was named the NBA defensive player of the year, Thursday, April 23, 2015, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) San ... read more >>
Basketball diplomacy: NBA greats teach Cubans basketball
Written by ANNE-MARIE GARCIA Associated Press 24 April 2015
NBA Orlando Magic interim coach James Borrego, left, and former NBA player Dikembe Mutombo conduct their first clinic for Cuban basketball players in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, April 23, 2015. Mutombo, ... read more >>
Proposed Los Angeles-area NFL stadium boasts lightning bolts
Written by Associated Press 24 April 2015
An artist's rendering provided by Carson2gether shows the exterior of a proposed stadium that would house both the Chargers and the Raiders NFL football teams, shown here in Raiders home game configuration, ... read more >>
NFL suspends DE Greg Hardy for 10 games
Written by Associated Press By BARRY WILNER 23 April 2015
In this Feb. 9, 2015, file photo, Carolina Panthers' defensive end Greg Hardy arrives at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse on the first day of his domestic violence appeal trial in Charlotte, N.C. The ... read more >>
WNBA's Griner, fiancee Glory Johnson arrested after fight
Written by John Marshall, Associated Press 23 April 2015
  This combo of booking photos released by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, show WNBA players Brittney Griner, left, and her fiancee Glory Johnson. The couple were arrested Wednesday, April 22, ... read more >>
Rondo finished with Mavs, knee bumps Parsons from playoffs
Written by SCHUYLER DIXON Associated Press 23 April 2015
In this photo taken Tuesday, April 21, 2015, Dallas Mavericks' Rajon Rondo makes his way to bench after being called for a foul against the Houston Rockets during the third quarter of Game 2 in the first ... read more >>
MAYWEATHER vs. PACQUIAO Murad Muhammad: The Man Who Lost Manny Pacquiao
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 22 April 2015
Some where near the coast of the New Jersey Shore former Manny Pacquiao promoter Murad Muhammad is preaching the gospel of Islam and inspiring.    In his customary personality he’s positive and ... read more >>
Collision XVII All Games: City Girls Put Best Foot Forward with Smith and Effa; UCLA Bound Kennedy Burke Leads SS Girls
Written by Sentinel News Service 15 April 2015
Kennedy Burke City Open Division Player of the Year Latecia Smith of Narbonne and USC bound Margurite Effa of Fairfax will team with three other All City First team players against UCLA bound Kennedy ... read more >>
Collision XVII : Southern Section Boys Loaded with D-I Recruits; USC Bound Chemezie Metu leads the star power
Written by Sentinel News Service 09 April 2015
Lawndale High’s spectacular dunking machine the 6’10 Chemezie Metu who will be playing for USC this fall will lead a star studded boys Southern Section roster at the 17th annual Collision All Star ... read more >>
Al Haymon Correcting the Wrongs in Boxing
Written by Fred Hawthorne, Contributing Writer 02 April 2015
When success turns black, the haters turn white. There can be no greater example than that of boxing advisor Al Haymon.  Haymon, who in my opinion is the most powerful man in boxing, has over 150 current ... read more >>
Finally, Matt Kemp Can Smile Again; Former Dodgers Star at Home with Padres
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 02 April 2015
The Dodgers will see an old friend when they open the 2015 Major League Baseball season on April 6 against divisional rival San Diego Padres. Star outfielder Matt Kemp was once considered the face of ... read more >>
Stanley Johnson Helps Arizona Cancel Xavier! No. 2 Seed Wildcats will play No. 1 Badgers in Elite 8
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 27 March 2015
Arizona freshman guard Stanley Johnson is one of the most decorated players in Southern California history, and on Saturday March 28 he will have a chance to add more prestige basketball resume. Johnson ... read more >>
LAKERS WATCH : Wisconsin Beat North Carolina 79-72
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 27 March 2015
WISCONSIN'S SAM DEKKER As the NCAA Sweet 16 unfolded on the Lakers Staples Center home court and No.1 Seed Wisconsin held off North Carolina 79-72, two Badgers made their audition for the NBA. Senior ... read more >>
Staples to Host NCAA West Regional
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 26 March 2015
Staples center will play host to games in Sweet 16 and Elite Eight of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament on Thursday March 26 and Saturday March 28. The West Regional at STAPLES Center will feature ... read more >>
Profile: Lawrence Taylor Walker Taking His Game beyond The Court
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 26 March 2015
There will be many student/athletes playing in the NCAA tournament this week with aspirations of playing in the NBA. Most will be disappointed when they discover they are not aptly qualified as one ... read more >>
Locke Football Powers up with Mike Williams
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 26 March 2015
The Locke High Saints football program has been playing third fiddle in the Coliseum League behind City power Crenshaw and rival Dorsey, but that may soon change. After having lights installed for night ... read more >>
Is There Another Kevin Ollie in the Dance Cards? Four Black Coaches with best chance of reaching Final Four
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 18 March 2015
MIKE ANDERSON-Arkansas 2014 NCAA men’s basketball champion Connecticut and coach Kevin Ollie did not make the 68-team field and will not be defending their title, but with the most spectacular sporting ... read more >>
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sports Editor 12 March 2015
Animo South L.A. Girls Berstein City D-III Boys Champions Fairfax Lions Crowning Achievement and Celebrating Culture Winning Moments for Treasure of Lifetime An exhausting and exhilarating bevy ... read more >>
AEG Will No Longer Build NFL Stadium Downtown
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 10 March 2015
One week after commissioning a report that undermined Inglewood stadium plans, sports and entertainment conglomerate AEG is now abandoning their own plan to build and NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles. AEG ... read more >>
Narbonne Girls Reinstated for Title Game City Section will instead suspend coach for team wearing Pink
Written by By Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 05 March 2015
 MOVING FORWARD: Narbonne girls basketball star Latecia Smith will get to play in the championship game after a three person panel overturned City Commissioner John Aguirre’s ruling that would have ... read more >>
THE SPIT BUCKET: Money in May, Spring Blues & Hoop Clues
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 05 March 2015
The wait is over for Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather who will finally be fighting Manny Pacquaio on the first Saturday in May. I have long since insisted that the two long time rivals would be fighting on ... read more >>
EARL LLOYD, FIRST BLACK PLAYER IN NBA, DIES AT 86
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 27 February 2015
Earl Lloyd, the first black player in NBA history, died Thursday. He was 86. Lloyd's alma mater, West Virginia State, confirmed the death. It did not provide details. Lloyd made his NBA debut in 1950 ... read more >>

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