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Lakers Are Setting The Tone Early In 2022

The Lakers are starting 2022 off the right way with back-to-back wins. As LeBron James sealed the win against the Kings, he told their bench “I’m a motherf***in problem.” However, Arena was full of energy after the 122-114 victory.

UCLA Women’s Basketball Has Championship Aspirations

This UCLA Women’s team is holding each other to high standards throughout this process and will focus on championship reps. They have a lot to be excited about with this new roster, but Close strives for them to be winners on and off the court.

Dodgers Look To Continue Hot Streak In Game 2

The streaking hot Dodgers went off for four runs and won 5-3 over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night. Holding the second best record in the major leagues, the Dodgers are 11 games ahead of the Braves.

Sparks Look To Finish Road Trip Strong

The Sparks are fighting for a playoff spot, and they lose to the hot Connecticut Sun, who won their eighth straight game. They could not contain Brionna Jones, and she dropped 16 points with a career-high 15 rebounds.

The Rams Young Players Display Potential In Loss

The Los Angeles Rams are now 0-2 as they lose to the Las Vegas Raiders in a preseason game at So-Fi Stadium on Saturday. Fans were excited to attend the arena and over 50,000 people were in the building.

L.A. Sparks and Divas In Defense Collaborate On Self-Defense Class for Young Girls

The Divas in Defense and the Los Angeles Sparks teamed up to teach young girls how to defend themselves from predators. This past weekend, Cole Parker, the founder and CEO of Divas in Defense, taught a self-defense class for women and girls in the community. Parker says the benefits of Divas in Defense are multifaceted, they empower women and girls, and help build their self-esteem and confidence. Most importantly, the organization strives to change the statistics of women and girls being victims. According to Parker, his methods have prevented his clients from getting attacked.  “That’s been the most impactful for

The Sparks Will Focus On Nneka’s Greatness

Sparks superstar Nneka Ogwumike is once again snubbed from playing in the Olympics. Most say it’s politics, but there has to be deeper reasoning because Nneka is undoubtedly one of the best players in the WNBA. Fans all over the world were shocked to witness the USA Women’s Basketball team disrespect Nneka. As the Sparks prepare for their upcoming games, it is difficult for them not to acknowledge the terrible decision. Without a solution or long-term goal, Sparks head coach and GM Derek Fisher believes the Olympic situation with Nneka shouldn’t be actively discussed.  The awareness should be focused on