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If you stepped into something unexpected today, here's hoping it was related to St. Nicholas Day and not a irresponsible pet owner. Millions of children (and some freaky adults) are finding candy and other assorted junk stuffed into their shoes this...
If Phil Jackson is poised to take the Lakers' job the quick firing of Mike Brown created, that means the triangle offense isn't far behind. Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Metta World Peace have run the intricate offense. Dwight Howard and Steve Nash have...
Everybody wants to be remembered for something. There are two ways to accomplish that: By what you say or what you do. Just which of those options is more important all depends on your chosen profession, but in most circles, actions speak louder than...
Looks like L.A. is going to need a few more paparazzi. You can't stroll Venice Beach or sit down to bacon-wrapped monkfish at Spago without spotting a superstar Laker or Clipper in the nation's new basketball capital. Here comes Dwight Howard, the...
The Baltimore SunHe was a gritty 6-foot-3 guard from the Bronx with boundless energy and a long, sweet jumper that seemed to kiss the Civic Center's ceiling before finding its mark. "Bullseye!" Baltimore Bullets broadcaster Jim Karvellas would exclaim as Kevin Loughery...
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John Wooden is back. Not soon enough, in this me-first, Black Mamba world riddled with ego and hubris. Wooden's glory grows with each passing year, and every time Jonathan Vilma appeals his NFL case, or Lance Armstrong insists it's all a set-up. With...
He wore dark-rimmed glasses that made him look like Clark Kent and he played defense like Superman. Now, Kenny Heitz is gone, leaving UCLA basketball fans with fond memories and sorrow. He is a magical name from the 10-championship John Wooden era that...
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO - A Lakers legend was hands-on during an education conference in San Diego Monday, where science took center stage. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar took part in the California STEM Learning Network Conference that promotes science, technology,...
Tags: Science, Science and Technology
Los Angeles TimesA proposed $1.2-billion NFL stadium in downtown Los Angeles secured crucial approvals from the City Council on Friday, a major milestone in efforts to return pro football to the city after a 17-year absence. The action clears the path for developer...
Dwight Howard's theme music ought to be "I love L.A." His next move should be to ask the Magic to trade him to the Lakers for Andrew Bynum. His Brooklyn option gone, it's the best solution. 10 Reasons Dwight Needs To Be A Laker: 1. City of Angles....
Kenny Heitz, 65, who played on three NCAA basketball championship teams at UCLA in the 1960s, died Monday at his home in Pacific Palisades after a battle with cancer, the school announced. At a time when freshmen were not eligible to play varsity sports,...
Why not review them all? Ira Winderman Sun Sentinel Reviewing goaltending and restricted-area violations in the final two minutes of regulation and all of overtime is merely a start. Foremost, there is no reason not to review all goaltending calls,...
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