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Sterling agrees to sell Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will sign off on the proposed $2 billion sale of the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and will drop the lawsuit he filed against the NBA alleging he was forced being forced ...

The NFL Draft is not the equivalent to a slave auction

Recently, 256 college football players realized their dreams of being drafted into the NFL. Years of grinding their way through youth, high school, and college football has brought them to their moment. But for some people who are trying to ...

Student Athlete of the Week: Crenshaw High School’s Clavacia Smith

Crenshaw High School’s Clavacia Smith doesn’t like idle time, which has led him to a 3.5 grade point average while playing offensive line on the football team, even though he is only 6’2”, 205 pounds.

Athlete’s Corner: Train like a champion

There is a lot of fitness variety in Los Angeles, as folks enjoy getting outside and running the Culver City stairs, traversing the trails at Kenneth Hahn Park, or getting in some tennis at Rancho Cienega Sports Complex. But some ...

Watts 5K run/walk hosted by Macedonia Baptist Church

Since becoming the pastor at Macedonia Baptist Church in Watts in 2011, Pastor Shane B. Scott has preached about a healthy lifestyle. That message is greatly needed, as cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and other illnesses that are associated ...

Pressure mounts on NBA team owner over racist comments attributed to him

Pressure is mounting on a National Basketball Association team owner who allegedly made racist comments.

Athlete’s Corner

One of the best forms of exercise is cycling, especially as people start to get up in age. It is known to build stamina while burning body fat, and most importantly, it doesn’t put much impact on the joints. For ...

NFL prospect De’Anthony Thomas paves the way for his siblings

Most of the sports world knows about De’Anthony Thomas, as the “Black Mamba” captured the nation’s attention with his blazing speed while playing for the University of Oregon. He is well known in Los Angeles for being a key member ...

Athlete’s Corner: Change the pace with parkour

With the evolution of action sports, young athletes are getting off of the football field and basketball court. They are picking up skateboards and rolling around on bikes seeking the next thrill. These kids are adrenaline junkies

Falcons Football and Cheer Program teaches youth valuable life lessons

Youth football and cheer programs have been a staple in Los Angeles’ African American community for decades, as boys learn the fundamentals of football and girls learn the dance movements and acrobatics associated with cheerleading. For the past 10 years ...

Taking the junior college route

Most of the top high school athletes are rewarded with full-ride scholarships at the top universities in the nation, but there are many who have the talent to play college sports, but for one reason or another, don’t receive a ...

Local Legend: Dorsey High School Baseball Coach Peter Dobson

Dorsey baseball coach Peter Dobson has a simple mantra: “Who’s going to do it, if you don’t?”

Wisconsin Defeats Arizona in Overtime for Berth in Final Four

ANAHEIM, Calif., - Frank Kaminsky scored six of his 28 points in overtime and pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds leading Wisconsin to a 64-63 victory over Arizona in the West Region final today at the Honda Center.

Hamilton High School’s Oshaela Gray

Oshaela Gray is known as “The Roadrunner.” That’s because she can get by defenders and to the basket with ease. The 5’5” senior point guard is quick, extremely skilled, and she plays with an aggression that opponents cannot stop. She ...

Student Athlete of the Week: View Park High School’s Mareshah Farmer

You know that you are big time when people just know you by one name…and it is not even your real name. That is how View Park High School senior guard Mareshah Farmer has it. When she shows up on ...