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Football: A few thoughts on the sport

It’s that time of year when football replaces the recent lull in the sporting world.  Since the NBA tittle was decided, there simply has not been much of long term interest happening in sports. The MLB All Star break was […]

Football: A few thoughts on the sport

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It’s that time of year when football replaces the recent lull in the sporting world.  Since the NBA tittle was decided, there simply has not been much of long term interest happening in sports. The MLB All Star break was […]

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Clippers announce changes in management

The Los Angeles Clippers today announced a change in the management of the team. Doc Rivers, who had been head coach and president of basketball operations, will now just

Rich Hill named NL Pitcher of the Month

LOS ANGELES — It was announced early Wednesday  Los Angeles Dodgers left-handed starting pitcher Rich Hill was been voted the National League Pitcher of the Month for July. In his five

Rams begin training camp today

On the first day of Training Camp for the Los Angeles Rams both rookies and veterans are getting into the strenuous task of making the team. Both have prepared

Chargers acquire QB Cardale Jones in trade with Buffalo Bills

The Los Angeles Chargers announced they had acquired quarterback Cradle Jones from the Buffalo Bills in a trade for a conditional draft pick. Jones played in one game with

Clippers announce they signed All-Star Blake Griffin

In an announcement that wasn’t unexpected — but welcomed by the fans nonetheless — the Los Angeles Clippers announced they have resigned their All-Star power forward Blake Griffin. His contract

Lakers win Las Vegas Summer League Championship

On Monday Night the Los Angeles Lakers won the Las Vegas Summer League tournament, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 110-98. They got to the championship game largely by the

Los Angeles likely to host 2024 or 2028 Summer Olympics

In a ceremony attended by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Paris, France Mayor Anne Hidalgo, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the two cities would host the Summer Olympics

MLB All-Star Game: Alex Wood is going to Miami

In a turn of events that will have Dodger Nation jumping, Major League Baseball announced that seven All-Stars have been replaced for the Midsummer Classic on Tuesday. Sadly one

Justin Turner and Mike Moustakas win final MLB vote

Two third baseman, Mike Moustakas of the Kansas City Royals and Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, won the special vote to fill the final spots in the

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