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Jackson sent off the wrong way

Brandon Henson May 10, 2011

After five NBA championships, including a three-peat in 10 years in Los Angeles, how would the Lakers send their farewells to the Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson in his last year? Well it was not...

Matador Sports Desk

Brandon Henson May 2, 2011

Track and Field Gearing up for the Big West Championships, the CSUN men’s and women’s track and field teams participated in the UC Irvine Asics/Steve Scott Invitational over the weekend. CSUN has...

Questions on Knicks’ future loom after playoff exit

Brandon Henson April 27, 2011

Now that the short-handed New York Knicks have lost a playoff series against the Boston Celtics and succumbed to a sweeping first-round defeat, fans are wondering what is next for the high-profile...

Matador Sports Desk

Brandon Henson April 18, 2011

Track and Field The Cal State Northridge track and field squad participated in the Mt. SAC Relays and had a great showing for both the men and women. On the men’s side, it was all about junior Michael...

Kings, Ducks finally make playoffs in same year

Brandon Henson April 12, 2011

Once again one more piece of history is written in the rich Southern California sports world. No, the Los Angeles Lakers did not win three consecutive titles for a second time in the last 10 years,...

Sundial Sports Desk

Brandon Henson March 28, 2011

Softball The Cal State Northridge softball team (12-18) dealt with a long weekend as the team went 0-3 against No. 9 Arizona. The Wildcats slaughtered the Matadors 8-0 to open the three-game series on...

Bonds, McGwire should be in the Hall of Fame

Brandon Henson March 22, 2011

Barry Bonds and Mark McGwire. What can I say about the two? Lets see… legends, leaders and phenomenal players? It’s funny to even say these words because both are the two most scrutinized...

‘Crygate’ blame falls on the coach and the Heat organization

Brandon Henson March 8, 2011

Imagine this scenario. Your team is considered one of the top teams in the league and in your most recent game at home, the team leads for the majority of the game, outscoring your opponent by as...

All-Star game delivers star play from top stars

Brandon Henson February 22, 2011

Kobe Bryant and Blake Griffin were the brightest stars atop the rest of the NBA’s best at the 2011 All-Star weekend.  Fittingly, as the festivities took place on their home floor, in the heart of...

Matador sports desk

Brandon Henson February 14, 2011

Softball In junior Hannah Fraijo’s pitching debut this season, the Cal State Northridge softball team defeated Portland State, 4-3, at the Kajikawa Classic Tournament in Arizona on Sunday. The Matadors...

Lakers will achieve a three-peat despite struggles

Brandon Henson February 8, 2011

As the NBA All-Star weekend approaches with the conclusion of the first half of the season, critics are skeptical as to whether the Los Angeles Lakers will capture a three-peat this season since the...

Seahawks’ Carroll proves he belongs in NFL

Brandon Henson January 26, 2011

Amid scrutiny and speculation of improper conduct as head coach of USC’s football program, Pete Carroll decided to give the National Football League another try. Last January marked the time Carroll...

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