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The Lakers are Going with LONZO

The Lakers are going with Lonzo. The Los Angeles Lakers will finally reveal the worst kept secret in Hollywood, when the Purple and Gold make it official by selecting Lonzo Ball No. 2 overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. The NBA Draft is Thursday, June 22, it will air on

A Letter from Steve Ballmer

The Golden State Warriors captured their second NBA Title in 3 years in front of their loyal fans at Oracle Arena, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game 5, 129-120 on Monday, June 12th. Kevin Durant earned Finals MVP, unanimously,  leading DUB Nation with 39 points on 14 of 20 shooting

Colin Kaepernick Needs a New Job

Colin Kaepernick’s career in the NFL is in serious jeopardy after the Seattle Seahawks, a roster full of fiery players and a coach who encourages his players to be vocal and supports freedom of speech has opted not to sign 29-yr. old Quarterback. Instead, the Seahawks signed Austin Davis to

Lakers Hit The Jackpot In NBA Draft Lottery

Father of UCLA phenom Lonzo Ball was right when he boldly claimed, “Oh he is going to be a Laker.” The now prophetic proclamation became a forgone conclusion, as the Lakers earned the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft Lottery on Tuesday, May 16. Lakers President of Basketball Operations, Magic

Yogis on the Move: Yoga On Demand

Starting a new yoga class can be intimidating for anyone, especially practicing next to experienced yogis. Answer: Yogis On The Move. YOTM was founded by Jessica Kang in 2014, who returned from a pilgrimage teaching in Hong Kong and India. Hearkening back to a different era where doctors would make house

Lakers Buzzer Beater

On Sunday, April 9, the Staples Center was rocking like it was 1999. And for good reason; Laker point guard D’Angelo Russell had just rattled in a 3-point shot at the buzzer to defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves 110-109. The crowd went nuts, and the story was straight out of a

Dodgers “Slam” The Padres On Opening Day

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers season started with a resounding win over the visiting San Diego Padres 14-3, as they flexed their muscles hitting four home runs.  The post-Vin Scully era started with a close game until the third inning. Then our Boys in Blue broke the game open

Los Angeles Biergarten: 100 Beers On Tap

With the temperatures rising, The Los Angeles Biergarten is the ideal spot to watch a game, grab some of Downtown’s favorite beers, and catch up with some old friends and make some new friends at the bar or at their main dining room. "For the most part the atmosphere at the

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS: Shaq Statue Suspended At Staples Center

Photo by Daniel Byun LOS ANGELES - L.A. Live was transformed into "Shaqtown", on Friday, March 24th as the Los Angeles Lakers unveiled a statue dedicated to Shaquille O'Neal. The 8th statue at Staples- this bronze statue isn't an average statue sitting on a plinth. Suspended 10 feet in the air,

THIS WEEK IN SPORTS: Dodger’s Dew This Spring

Dodgers Open Spring Training CAMELBACK, ARIZ - Boasting a $200 million dollar payroll, having twenty-one players returning from last season’s roster and the sting from last year’s loss to the Chicago Cubs in the 2016 NLCS is the fuel which will ignite the Boys in Blue in 2017 CamelBack Ranch, on the

Magic Returns to the Lakers

Magic Returns to the Lakers LOS ANGELES-In a stunning development, Earvin "Magic" Johnson was named President of Basketball Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday, February 21st. General Manager Mitch Kupchak was fired, while Executive Vice President and Co-owner, Jim Buss was relieved of all duties effective immediately. In this Shakespearean

Harlem Globetrotters Celebrate 91 Years

LOS ANGELES- The Harlem Globetrotters are celebrating their 91st anniversary at Staples Center on Sunday, February 19th, it's their final stop on the L.A. leg of the teams 2017 World Tour. A matinee tipoff is at 12:30 p.m., and the nightcap begins at 5:45 p.m. The Globetrotters will be debuting basketball's

Patriots Punish the Falcons in Biggest Come Back in Superbowl History

Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady was spectacular, besides throwing for yet another record, 466 yards, he past San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana and Pittsburgh Steelers Hall Of Famer Terry Bradshaw, by winning his fifth Super Bowl. Solidifying Brady as the greatest Quarterback of all-time. The four-time Super Bowl MVP set single-game