Tuesday, May 26, 2015
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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 >>
Black Power Ball! The NBA and NBPA are Second to None
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 26 February 2015
CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH Sports & Labor NBPA Director Michele Roberts There is clear reason why millions of young Black kids in urban communities decide to pick up a basketball before a ... read more >>
THREE NFL TEAMS IN LOS ANGELES? NOT VIABLE, EXPERTS SAY
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 21 February 2015
 Los Angeles is the hottest market for new stadiums in the country - and the NFL teams that could come with them - but the possibility that three teams will kick off one Sunday in the region is a football ... read more >>
IT'S ON: MAYWEATHER SAYS HE AND PACQUIAO TO FIGHT MAY 2
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 21 February 2015
 The Fight is finally on. Floyd Mayweather Jr. will meet Manny Pacquiao on May 2 in a welterweight showdown that will be boxing's richest fight ever. Mayweather himself announced the bout Friday after ... read more >>
Sports & Health Our Greatest Athletes and their Health Challenges
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 19 February 2015
When we fall in love with our sports heroes we often forget they are also human. The eat, sleep, breath and bleed like all of us, but then they are challenged with a potentially fatal health complication ... read more >>
City Boys Seeds Open for Debate
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 14 February 2015
The first ever Open Division for the Los Angeles City Section was designed for good reason, but the 8 teams selected and the order in which they were seeded left more questions than answers. The purpose ... read more >>
Bishop Montgomery Earns Top Seed in CIF Open Division
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 14 February 2015
SHELTON DIGGS/LONG BEACH POLY COACH The wait is over for CIF-Southern Section basketball powers as Bishop Montgomery of Torrance was selected as the top seed in the Open division which was released ... read more >>
NBA Coaches Host Health And Wellness
Written by Sentinel News Wire 13 February 2015
  In conjunction with two top NBA head coaches and Corporate Wellness International, Inc., the National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) will co-host “Heal the Community 2015” Health and Wellness ... read more >>
SHOCKER at WESTCHESTER Ellis Sallahudin has Senior Moment in Comets 50-49 win over Fairfax
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 12 February 2015
  Senior guard Ellis Sallahudin score a team high 18 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter to lead Westchester to a shocking 50-49 victory over nationally ranked Fairfax on Wednesday Feb. 11 at ... read more >>
MICHAEL JORDAN Joins the Billionaire Club
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 11 February 2015
Celebrating Black History Month Sports & Finance Air Jordan has long since earned the title of the greatest basketball player of all time after winning six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls. However, ... read more >>
SWEET 16 BASKETBALL RANKINGS (FEB. 10)
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 10 February 2015
Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings ALONZO BALL, Chino Hills    1.   BISHOP MONTGOMERY [25-1]…sure fire top seed in Open Division may also have the best player in Stephen Thompson Jr.   2. ... read more >>
MEET THE MOST POWERFUL MEN IN SPORTS
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 05 February 2015
Celebrating Black History Month   SPORTS BUSINESS   Meet the Most POWERFUL MEN in Sports     The landscape of professional sports rarely offers a glimpse at its most influential and powerful ... read more >>
Seven Burning Basketball Questions
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 29 January 2015
      -“We need winners”- Mike Singletary     The basketball seasons on the professional and collegiate landscapes have reached critical mass in Southern California. In a region that has ... read more >>
Westchester still dangerous despite Fairfax setback; City Championships tell the whole story
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 27 January 2015
  Coach Harvey Kitani and his Fairfax boys basketball team improved to 20-0 on Monday with a victory over rival Westchester with a 54-59 victory before a jammed gymnasium at Fairfax.  The victory continued ... read more >>
CHICAGO CUBS HALL OF FAMER ERNIE BANKS DIES AT 83
Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 24 January 2015
Even as the Chicago Cubs lost one game after another, Ernie Banks never lost hope. That was the charm of "Mr. Cub." Banks, the Hall of Fame slugger and two-time MVP who always maintained his boundless ... read more >>
Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings (JAN. 23)
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 23 January 2015
  Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings   1.   SIERRA CANYON [12-1]…Open Division will be determining factor 2.   BISHOP MONTGOMERY [19-1]…close not good enough as opponents are discovering. ... read more >>
Still Out of the Box Bernard Hopkins turns 50
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 22 January 2015
In 2004 in a much-anticipated match for the middleweight championship, Bernard Hopkins knocked out Oscar De La Hoya at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Last week Hopkins celebrated his 50th birthday with ... read more >>
Dylan Crawford Transfers to Santa Margarita Catholic High School
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 15 January 2015
Dylan Crawford has transferred to Santa Margarita Catholic High School from St. Francis High School in La Canada.  The decision was made to accommodate academic options that would allow him to graduate ... read more >>
High School Spotlight Basketball Has Another Holiday
Written by Lauren Jones 14 January 2015
“Aaron Holiday” his name echoes and resounds throughout the Jordan brand gym installation. The last name called in the Campbell Hall High School starting lineup with a spotlight following his every ... read more >>
History Revisited in WBC Title Tilt Promoter Don King has been the KING of the Heavy’s
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 14 January 2015
His spike hair is symbolic of how legendary boxing promoter Don King rose from the abyss of the Cleveland ghetto to the height of international fame and acclaim as an American success story. How poetic ... read more >>
SENTINEL PREP BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
    Sentinel’s SWEET 16 Basketball Rankings   1.   SIERRA CANYON [10-1]…no question about who the best team is right now   2.   BISHOP MONTGOMERY [14-1]…easily handled Redondo Union behind ... read more >>
DUCKS RUN WILD
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
RUNNING  WILD: Oregon running back Thomas Tyner rushed 13 times for 124 yards in Oregon’s 59-20 shellacking of Florida State in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. ... read more >>
Holla! C u on da other side… Our #1 Sports Soul Brother—Stuart Scott is Gone!
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 08 January 2015
Stuart Scott wasn’t the Jackie Robinson of sports television, but he was the Jackie Robinson of Black sports culture on television. The ESPN anchor, who lost his bout to the dreaded cancer disease, ... read more >>
Billy Preston Leaves Redondo Union
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 06 January 2015
     Six-foot-eight inch sophomore Billy Preston will be transferring to another school after he was checked out of Redondo Union on Monday Jan. 5.    Preston is considered among the elite underclass ... read more >>
Saluting Our Top Moments of ‘14
Written by Kenneth D. Miller, Sports Editor 01 January 2015
14. Long Beach Poly Football—The dynamic football program stepped out of the box and made an untraditional hire in luring former New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce to become their head coach, ... read more >>

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