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Terrence Clemens inspires others to overcome obstacles

Terrence Clemens inspires others to overcome obstacles

Josselyne Rivas

February 24, 2017

The Africana Studies Department and Pride Center collaborated for Black History Month in order to showcase the intersection of race and sexuality. “Terrance reached out to the Pride Center and said he was talking at schools,” said Pride Center coordinator Sarina Loeb.Loeb said Terrance told a c...

Kobe fans celebrate at his final game

Kobe fans celebrate at his final game

Brenda Mendez

April 14, 2016

Bryant ended his 20th season with the Los Angeles Lakers after being drafted in 1996 NBA draft by the Charlotte Hornets who then traded with the Lakers and the rest was history. Fans from all over world walked towards Staples Center to witness the last game of #24. A pregame mini-parade was held in...

Reggie Theus on recruiting

Reggie Theus on recruiting

Contributor

November 4, 2015

Recruiting is an essential part of being a college basketball coach, and the bottom line is that our success is due to my solid, hard-working staff. My veteran assistant coaches outwork our peers. Coach Pompey has incredible connections on the East Coast and in the Midwest, Coach Levy has great SoCal...

BFF’s: Basketball Friends Forever

BFF’s: Basketball Friends Forever

Kenneth Berry

July 19, 2015

The NBA has entered an era where "Big Three's" and "Dream Teams" are king and that makes some purists sick to their stomachs; however, players have autonomy over the NBA landscape like never before. NBA players relationships nowadays embody the old elementary school adage known as the "buddy system."...

State of the NBA: The center position is obsolete in today’s NBA

State of the NBA: The center position is obsolete in today’s NBA

Kenneth Berry

July 5, 2015

In what was the highest-rated NBA Finals ever on ABC, the world was witness to one of the greatest performances in Finals history by forward Lebron James and regular season Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry. The world was also witness to the complete dismissal of the center position all series long...

Opinion: 2015 NBA Draft winners & losers

Opinion: 2015 NBA Draft winners & losers

Jordan Ball

June 26, 2015

Winners: D'Angelo Russell and Karl-Anthony Towns The two franchise changing players in the entire draft were selected first and second overall. Kentucky's big-man Karl-Anthony Towns was regarded as the consensus number one pick ahead of the draft and the Minnesota Timberwolves rightfully selec...

Who will be the next NBA 2k commentator?

Who will be the next NBA 2k commentator?

Lauren Holmes

April 13, 2015

NBA 2K15, a 2015 of installment of the second best-selling basketball video game franchise, makes Steve Kerr the only current NBA participant to have dual roles in the game as an analyst and a coach. Kerr accepted the Golden State Warriors head coaching job only months before NBA 2K15 finished game p...

The Steve Kerr Effect

The Steve Kerr Effect

Lauren Holmes

April 9, 2015

After laying the foundation during his two-season tenure from 2012-14, Golden State Warriors’ previous head coach Mark Jackson was one season away from being in his shoes. Jackson led the Warriors to their first back-to-back playoff appearance after being absent since 2007 – a big jump from four...

Indiana Pacers star Paul George returns

Indiana Pacers star Paul George returns

Jordan Ball

April 6, 2015

After a long road back from his horrific Team USA injury, Paul George finally returned to NBA action. He was showered with praise by the beloved Pacers crowd when he entered the game, but fans, analysts, and players around the league showed their support too. George came off of the bench and in ...

A perfect circle: a look back at Dirk Nowitzki’s legacy

A perfect circle: a look back at Dirk Nowitzki’s legacy

Lauren Holmes

March 26, 2015

The only player to earn 25,000 points, 10,000 rebounds, 1,000 3- pointers, 1,000 steals and 1,000 blocks in NBA history. Dirk Nowitzki’s circles are exclusive. The seven foot power forward welcomed that the moment he decided to spot up behind the arc instead of posting up on the block, something...

Former NBA MVP and current Los Angeles Laker Steve Nash calls it quits after 19 seasons

Former NBA MVP and current Los Angeles Laker Steve Nash calls it quits after 19 seasons

Lauren Holmes

March 23, 2015

One of the first things basketball players learn, whether from a coach or failure, is to never leave your feet when attempting a pass to team mates. The possibility of getting caught in the air with nowhere to go happens more often than not. Just don’t do it. Don’t pass the ball with one hand...

Tradition or Bust: “Storming the Court”

Tradition or Bust: “Storming the Court”

Thomas Gallegos

March 7, 2015

Have you ever "stormed a court" or "rushed a field?" My high school football team won their CIF Championship back in 2009 and following that final kneel down, all hell broke loose on the field. For the players, the rush of having family and friends greet them in droves must have been unforgettable, and fo...

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