Following The Money! Floyd Mayweather fighting for cash and legacy, but who wins?
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 03 May 2014
  JUST FOLLOW THE MONEY: Floyd ‘Money Mayweather is shown here with his security guard during a promotional tour in New York. The 37-year old undefeated boxer carries around wads of cash in a backpack ... read more >>
Famous bidders already lining up for LA Clippers
Written by Greg Beacham Associated Press 01 May 2014
In this Nov. 24, 2013, file photo, Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. watches the Los Angeles Lakers play the Sacramento Kings during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles. If Donald Sterling ... read more >>
Banned for Life!
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 01 May 2014
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver listened and swiftly responded By Banning Clippers Owner Donald T. Sterling for Life The National Basketball Association, an American institution steeped in 68-years of ... read more >>
PUSHING FORWARD: Clippers Coach Doc Rivers Speaks
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 30 April 2014
After the surreal events that had unfolded just hours earlier, Clippers coach Doc Rivers spoke to the media for the first time since NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned his team owner for life before ... read more >>
St. John Bosco’s Derrick Taylor Sentinel COY
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 18 April 2014
The next debate for Stanley Johnson will be how he measures up to the best collegiate basketball players in the nation, because there is no question as to where the 6’6 Mater Die ranks among all-time ... read more >>
Bishop Montgomery's Justin Bibbins Leads Southern Boys at Collision XVI Bishop Montgomery’s POY Janelle Odionu is Joined by Three POY on Girls
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 13 April 2014
  The Southern Section boys team is banking on Bishop Montgomery's Justin Bibbins and McDonalds All American Thomas Welsh of Loyola and four other D-1 recruits to draw even against the City Section ... read more >>
Timothy Bradley has another shot at stardom
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 10 April 2014
STARE DOWN FOR STARDOM: Undefeated Timothy Bradley (31-0) will have another shot to carve his own legacy when he faces Manny Pacquaio in a rematch of their controversial showdown on Saturday April 12 ... read more >>
Crenshaw’s Kevin Ollie is Now A Cut Above
Written by Kenneth D. MillerAssistant Managing Editor 09 April 2014
MAKING THE FINAL CUT: Crenshaw High School alum Kevin Ollie takes the cut of net from the men’s NCAA Division I basketball championship and waves to the crowd at Texas Stadium. Ollie was released by ... read more >>
Gang Bang Excuse Just Don’t Fly
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 03 April 2014
NOTHING GANGTSA ABOUT IT: DeSean Jackson was born in Los Angeles and attended high school football powerhouse Long Beach Poly before he signed a scholarship to attend the University of California Berkley. ... read more >>
Clippers Fortunes Rest with Jamal Crawford
Written by Tamara Latta Sentinel Contributing Writer 27 March 2014
QUICK AND IN A HURRY: Clipper reserve Jamal Crawford averages 19 points per game coming off the bench, but has also proven he can carry the team to victory if necessary. File Photo L.A.’s Now Team ... read more >>
HBO to televise Bradley/Pacquiao 24/7 March 29
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 27 March 2014
KEEPING IT CLEAN: Nevada boxing regulators say Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley will be subject stepped up drug test for their confrontation on April 12 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. (Associated Press) Filipino ... read more >>
Obama Teams up with Pro Athletes to Meet ACA Deadline
Written by Freddie Allen NNPA Washington Correspondent 27 March 2014
In the final, frenzied push to boost health insurance enrollment numbers under the Affordable Care Act, President Obama turned to sports figures to promote the health care law on television and online. Riding ... read more >>
Crenshaw Alum Kevin Ollie is the Perfect Choice to Lead
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Assistant Managing Editor 27 March 2014
PRIME CHOICE: Former Crenshaw High basketball standout Kevin Ollie will be leading his Huskies into the Sweet Sixteen on Friday March 28 in New York. Ollie got his start in basketball under legendary ... read more >>
Former NFL Star to remain in L.A. Jail on Sex Charges
Written by Associated Press 20 March 2014
Former NFL safety Darren Sharper sits in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday, March 13, 2014. Sharper must remain in a Los Angeles jail without bail after he was indicted in Arizona on charges ... read more >>
BRADLEY-PACQUIAO: Trainer Let Words Fly
Written by Sentinel Wire Services 20 March 2014
HARD WORK: Tim Bradley is already in shape for Manny Pacquiao for their rematch on April 12 at the MGM Grand, and his trainer Joel Diaz says his fighter will have to be knocked out to lose.  ... read more >>
Tim Bradley Jr.: It’s Time to get to Know Me
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 14 March 2014
Boxing is seldom been a sport that popularized it’s good guys. As great as Muhammad Ali was, it was his draft dodging, religion and threats of prison that propelled him into an international and global ... read more >>
Written by Sentinel News Service 13 March 2014
The USC Lady Trojans won their first ever PAC 10 championship under the leadership of  Locke High and USC alumn Cynthia Cooper Dyke Former Locke High star Cynthia Dyke-Cooper and the Women of Troy ... read more >>
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 05 March 2014
Sacking the ‘N’ Word is not your business  I have watched and listened to all of the so-called experts (people who used to be Black) and those who aspire to become Black again respond to and comment ... read more >>
Collision XVI Coaches Finalized Sectional All Star Game Set April 19
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 05 March 2014
     MCKINSEY HADLEY, SERRA HIGH SCHOOL  The final coaches for the 16th annual Collision All Star Basketball games featuring the top high school senior boys and girls representing the LA City Section ... read more >>
Never Under Radar ! Comets Orbit Always Highest Point
Written by Kenneth D. Miller-Sentinel Sports Editor 27 February 2014
The high school basketball season will reach a tipping point this week when game in the Southern Section and the Los Angeles City Section will determine more than who plays for a divisional championship. Last ... read more >>
It’s All Up for Grabs Now
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 20 February 2014
UP FOR GRABS: Lawndale High junior standout, Broderick Jones leaps for a rebound during a game this season for the highly touted Cardinals and his team will be a No. 5 seed in CIFSS Division 1A when post ... read more >>
Great Athletes Who We Could Learn From
Written by Kenneth Miller, Sentinel Sports Editor 20 February 2014
Olympic Track Great JESSE OWENS “Friendships born on the field of athletic strife are the real gold of competition. Awards become corroded, friends gather no dust.” The man who broke baseball ... read more >>
The Forgotten Black Superstar Athlete
Written by Isaac B. Murphy, Special to the NNPA from The Atlanta Voice 20 February 2014
Pellom McDaniels III, author of “The Prince of Jockeys: The Life of Isaac Burns Murphy” (Photo by Titus Falodun) ATLANTA – Muhammad Ali ruled the boxing ring. Michael Jordan ruled the basketball ... read more >>
Magic and Cookie: The GREATEST LOVE OF ALL
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Sentinel Sports Editor 13 February 2014
  Magic and Cookie met at a party in 1977 as Michigan State college freshmen In honor of Cookie Johnson’s 51st birthday, her husband Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson surprised his loving wife with a blow-out ... read more >>
What NFL Team Will Draft an Openly Gay Player? All American Sam Michael Will Soon Find Out
Written by Kenneth D. Miller Asst. Managing Editor 12 February 2014
In this Jan. 1, 2014, file photo, Missouri senior defensive lineman Michael Sam speaks to the media during an NCAA college football news conference in Irving, Texas. Sam says he is gay, and he could ... read more >>