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Play ball, sort of: Sports are back in a COVID-19 world

Now that baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and football are all set to return, Las Vegas can start taking over/under bets on how long before their seasons come to a crashing halt. Are we to believe there is actually a safe […]

Play ball, sort of: Sports are back in a COVID-19 world

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Now that baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey and football are all set to return, Las Vegas can start taking over/under bets on how long before their seasons come to a crashing halt. Are we to believe there is actually a safe […]

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COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in

Jared Kushner leading the COVID-19 response has been a disaster

One thing that has slipped my mind the past two weeks, when writing about the novel coronavirus is the decision by Trump to put his son-in-law Jared Kushner in

Don’t touch that dial

Don’t touch that dial. Or anything. Please stay tuned, while comms are still up. Now would be a good time for someone to roll out the androids. Weren’t the Sauds working on that?

Kobe Bryant’s global impact

Kobe Bryant's death sent shockwaves across the United States. However, the Los Angeles sports icon’s death reaches around the world from Kenya to China. Brand Kobe Bryant was globally known

Kobe Bryant and his daughter die in helicopter crash

Breaking news reports confirm Lakers and NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a Sunday morning helicopter crash in Calabasas with four others. TMZ first reported it and then

LeBron James tops list of NBA All-Star selections

The United Center in Chicago, Illinois will be site of the 2020 NBA All-Star Game, February 16. The starters for both the East and West rosters have been names.

Lou Williams is awarded 6th Man of the Year for third time

Los Angeles Clippers fans who have listened to coach Doc Rivers talk about the importance of the bench players, the record-setting duo of Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams is

Spring thoughts for the sports world

It’s almost that time of year where we hit a pre-NFL season lull in the sporting world, so I thought I would look at some of the comings and

Clippers are well represented at this year’s NBA Awards

The Los Angeles Clippers announced that head coach Glenn “Doc” Rivers, guard Lou Williams and forward Montrezl Harrell have been named as finalists for NBA Awards. Coach Rivers is

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