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LeBron James is officially a Laker

The Lakers just got measurably better. This will bring the team to the playoffs, and, they hope, bring a championship trophy home. Plus, LeBron brings a commitment to speak on social issues, without hesitation or fear. His influence on the young […]

LeBron James is officially a Laker

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The Lakers just got measurably better. This will bring the team to the playoffs, and, they hope, bring a championship trophy home. Plus, LeBron brings a commitment to speak on social issues, without hesitation or fear. His influence on the young […]

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Letters to the writer: in the same position as LeBron James

Good to know my fan club is not taking a summer break and still writing me letters.  Let's take a look and see what my fan has to ask

LAFC is ready for the Philadelphia Union at Banc of California Stadium

Today at 5 p.m. the Los Angeles Football Club will try to extend its unbeaten streak at home when they take the field against the Philadelphia Union FC. Winning

World Cup: Das Booted

For quite a while, the answer to the question, “Who is the second best soccer team in the world,” has been Germany's B squad because it seemed no national

LAFC hosts Columbus Crew FC today

Today at the Banc of California Stadium the Columbus Crew FC will face the Los Angeles FC in what should be an exciting match. new LAFC addition Midfielder Andre

LAFC will team up with bar partners for FIFA World Cup Russia watch parties

The Los Angeles Football Club will be teaming up with its bar partners for the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia It is the biggest sporting

LAFC scores win against San Jose Earthquakes

The Los Angeles Football Club goes into the FIFA World Cup break in third place in the Western Conference with a 7-4-3 record (24 points) after defeating the San

Stanley Cup on the line tonight for Vegas Golden Knights

The Washington Capitals have never been in this position before: one game away from winning the Stanley Cup. Because they have a history of fizzling out in the playoffs,

LAFC prepare for Borussia Dortmund

The Los Angeles Football Club suffered its first loss on Saturday to the Timbers in Portland. They played well possessing the ball for 59 percent of the match. But

LAFC remains unbeaten at home

The Los Angeles Football Club played the New York City Football Club to a draw on Sunday, bringing LAFC’s record at home to 2-0-2 and their season record to

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