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Culpepper Solidifies Spot As Frontrunner In QB Battle
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 23 August 2007
MAKING HIS CASE: Raiders quarterback Daunte Culpepper appears to be the frontrunner for the starting quarterback job after going 11-for-20 with 153 yards and two touchdowns in ... read more >>
KTLA Brings Raiders Back to Southland
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 23 August 2007
Los Angeles has been without a National Football League team since the Raiders departed some 13 years ago, but that did not prevent local television station KTLA from inking the Bay area team to a four-year ... read more >>
No Escape Route?
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 16 August 2007
Vick’s options narrowing, his career in jeopardyTwo more of Michael Vick’s co-defendants will reportedly reach a plea agreement in the federal dogfighting case.Michael Vick is all alone now. ... read more >>
Woods Wins Bridgestone Invitational for Record-Tying Sixth Time
Written by Associated Press 09 August 2007
Associated Press AKRON, Ohio— Firestone always seems the perfect place for Tiger Woods to show his best stuff. This year, the timing could not have been much better. In the final event before ... read more >>
Charity Starts At Home
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 09 August 2007
The LA STARS Celebrity/NBA All-Star Weekend drew to a close Sunday night at USC's Galen Center but there was no doubt who was at the center of attention.Baron Davis and Paul Pierce played gracious hosts ... read more >>
A Barry Blast into Baseball History
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 09 August 2007
The moment came just before nine o'clock Pacific Time on Tuesday, August 7, 2007.In the bottom of the fifth inning, on a three balls, two strike pitch from Washington's Mike Bacsik, it happened-Barry ... read more >>
Purses Average An Unprecedented $448,909 At Hollywood Park
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 19 July 2007
INGLEWOOD, Calif.- Handle soared by 8.9 percent to a record daily average of $11,335,575 as Hollywood Park closed its 63-day Spring/Summer Meet Sunday with impressive increases in on-track business over ... read more >>
NBA Vegas Summer League Wrap-Up
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 July 2007
For all of the rookies and undrafted free agents, summer school was in session last week in front of team executives and personnel. The NBA Las Vegas Summer League ended last weekend and amidst the hype ... read more >>
UCLA-USC Football Preview
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 July 2007
Football fans rejoice! A month and a half away from the first kickoff of the 2007 college football season and you can already feel the anticipation of greatness in Westwood and Exposition Park.USC is ... read more >>
Fisher Returns To The Lakers
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 19 July 2007
He signs reported three-year deal for $14 MillionThe Lakers have gone to their past in hopes that it will help solidify their immediate future in the backcourt.Point guard Derek Fisher, who played an ... read more >>
The Gulf's Favorite Son Rises Again
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 19 July 2007
Biloxi, Miss.  - Established boxing networks, its dot COM Internet scribes and sports journalists turned their back on Roy Jones. Jr. after the legendary fighter lost two consecutive fights ... read more >>
World Championship Boxing Returns to Carson
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 12 July 2007
Williams brings late fireworks to Home Depot CenterSoccer sensation David Beckham will have to wait as world championship boxing returns to the outdoor tennis stadium this weekend as undefeated Paul ... read more >>
Poly Wins Classic
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 06 July 2007
The boys’ basketball team at Long Beach Poly probably ranks fourth in importance behind their football, track and girls’ basketball programs, but after winning the Nike Fairfax Summer Basketball ... read more >>
Prep Players React to Kobe Fiasco
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 July 2007
With the Kobe Bryant fiasco dominating the summer sports scene in L.A., everybody has an opinion and even if you don't have a hidden camera, people definitely have things to tell the Lakers superstar.At ... read more >>
Jones And Hanshaw Meet the Press
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 05 July 2007
The anticipation is building for the fight of the summer as Roy Jones, Jr. and Anthony Hanshaw addressed the media in a national teleconference June 28 promoting their July 14 showdown at the Mississippi ... read more >>
Olympic Track Star Jones is Broke
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 05 July 2007
Seven years after winning a women’s record five Olympic track and field medals and snagging multimillion-dollar endorsement deals, Marion Jones is broke.The sprinter is heavily in debt, fighting ... read more >>
Theus hired as Sacramento Kings Coach
Written by Associated Press 27 June 2007
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Reggie Theus scored the first basket in the history of the Sacramento Kings nearly 22 years ago — and the club has put the ball back in his hands.Kings owners Joe and Gavin ... read more >>
Introducing Anthony "The Tyger" Hanshaw
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 27 June 2007
Wearing a South Pole T-shirt and casual blue jeans at one of the many press conferences promoting his showdown with the legendary Roy Jones Jr., Anthony ‘The Tyger’ Hanshaw’ entered the ... read more >>
Laila Ali
Written by Kam Williams, Sentinel Sports Writer 13 June 2007
Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee, Rumba Young Woman Rumba!Laila Ali was born in Miami Beach on December 30th, 1977 to Muhammad Ali and his third wife, Veronica Porche. The most famous of The ... read more >>
Champion Boxer Brings Fight Home
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 13 June 2007
If the nation’s Latinos can have Oscar de la Hoya, then African Americans can surely cling to a five-time world-boxing champion whose reputation outside the ring personifies character, dignity ... read more >>
Emery Is Ray Of Light For Senators
Written by Evan Barnes, Sentinel Staff Writer 07 June 2007
The Ottawa Senators advanced to this year’s Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in team history and goaltender Ray Emery is a big reason why.After splitting throughout early this season with ... read more >>
Lakers "Mess" Has Bryant "Furious"
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 31 May 2007
Saying the Lakers used him as a “scapegoat” for the Shaquille O’Neal saga and also declaring that he “now has some serious trust issues [with the organization]” superstar ... read more >>
Goodbye NFL, Hello ESPN
Written by Evan Barnes, Sentinel Staff Writer 31 May 2007
After an 11-year career, Keyshawn Johnson announced on May 23 that he would retire from the National Football League and will begin the next phase of his career working for ESPN.Johnson, who was born ... read more >>
Bonds Watch: 745 And Counting
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 16 May 2007
Barry Bonds is inching closer and closer to the most hallowed record in baseball and is now 10 shy of tying Hank Aaron’s record of 755 home runs.Bonds now stands at 745 and is continuing to hit ... read more >>
The Lakers Should Fire Phil Jackson
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 03 May 2007
As Kobe Bryant walked off the Staples Center court for the last time this season [assuming the Lakers lost in Phoenix on Wednesday] with his head bowed and uniform soaked and heading into the darkness ... read more >>

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