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Pac-12 Network Still Screwing Fans, Students and the Community

With college football now in full swing and with basketball coming soon, an amazingly little-discussed travesty continues to mar the otherwise great play of Pacific-12 schools – the inability of fans across the conference to watch their school’s teams play. … Continue reading

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Clippers Sizzle While Lakers Snore

The NBA off-season dance has been fascinating to watch as Cleveland and San Antonio stand out for their quick and aggressive actions and as the forest of tall tress of big men fall fast and furious, one after another. As … Continue reading

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Nash Gone: Lakers Can Move On and Work on Their Future

In July of 2012, the Los Angeles Lakers completed a Sign-and-Trade deal with the Phoenix Suns that was to cause more disarray and havoc, and long-range damage, than could ever have been estimated by the Lakers’ brain trust who negotiated … Continue reading

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Lakers Going All Out in Pursuit of Anthony

As NBA billionaire owners offer obscene piles of riches to over-rated free agent players, the LA Lakers are making an unprecedented effort to land Carmelo Anthony. They meet today, and the team has enlisted not just one of the organizations … Continue reading

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Absurd Donald Sterling Saga Takes Yet Another Turn for the Weird

Every aspect of the 2014 saga of Clippers “Owner” Donald Sterling has been, to say the least, bizarre. The world is well aware of V. Stiviano and her face visors, not to mention the other-worldly relationship Sterling has had with … Continue reading

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What SHOULD Be the Future of College Athletics?

Time was, back when I was in college, lo those many, many years ago, sports were extremely important to me. As a UCLA student when Lew Alcindor (later to become Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) was about to begin his varsity basketball career … Continue reading

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Arizona St. Gets a Gift from the Refs

Last night’s Pac-12/Big 10 game between the Arizona St. Sun Devils and the Wisconsin Badgers may have been decided on the field, but unfortunately not by the players, but rather by the officials. In one of the most bizarre finishes … Continue reading

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UCLA Football – Continuing Where We Left Off

Last year constituted major turning points in UCLA football, one good, one bad, one very obvious to everyone, the other, only obvious and/or vitally important to some. The hiring of Jim Mora as head coach, and some of the moves … Continue reading

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Lakers Return to Form as Deee-Wight Leads Surge to Oblivion

As the emotion following the death of Jerry Buss and of the fifteenth “New Start” of the Lakers‘ season diminish, the team returned to form in Denver last night, being thoroughly outplayed in every aspect of the game. The Nuggets … Continue reading

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