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Posts from — September 2015

What Are The Odds?

Los Angeles Dodgers during game against the San Francisco Giants Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles,California.   Photo by Jon SooHoo/ ©Los Angeles Dodgers,LLC 2014

    Kershaw with the Martinellis? We get it now. #Soft
    Frontrunners to win the World Series: Blue Jays 4-1; Royals 9-2; Mets 11-2 (careful Dodgers’ fans); and the Dodgers and Cards at 6-1. The Angels are 30-1. Good luck with that.
    This could change real quick, no?
    Image Courtesy of Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

September 30, 2015   No Comments

Los Angeles Lakers Media Day

Kobe Media Day 9-28-15

    Hibbert Media Day 9-28-15

Kobe Bryant wouldn’t say if this season will be his last despite injuries forcing him to miss the majority of the past two campaigns. “Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t,” Bryant said. “Hell if I know.”
Just another Media Day in El Segundo.
L.A. Times

    Nick Young Media Day 9-28-15

September 29, 2015   No Comments

Media Day With The Los Angeles Clippers

Blak4rest-Clippers Media Day 2015

    The DeAndre Jordan summer rescue mission in Dallas was the main topic of discussion at the club’s media day Friday. That and how much friction exists (or used to) with this Clippers’ trio.
    Oh, and there was that Doc Rivers-Mark Cuban feud. “Mark’s an owner, I’m a coach,” Rivers said. “Unless we’re going to play one on one or something or get in a cage match, which you guys can all sponsor — I’m good with either one of those — I don’t think it really matters. I think more him talking and me talking, and we’re both wasting time.”
    Folks are already gathering money for the cage fight. Chris Paul is leading the way.
    L.A. Times

September 25, 2015   No Comments

Yogi Berra: 1925-2015


    The legendary former player and manager, who led both the New York Yankees and Mets to the World Series, died Tuesday. He was 90.
    N.Y. Times

September 23, 2015   No Comments

RIP: Milo Hamilton


    Hamilton had plenty of claims to fame but nothing topped Hank Aaron’s home run call for No. 715.
    N.Y. Times

September 18, 2015   No Comments

Barkley: Malone Was ‘Dad’


    Charles Barkley spoke Sunday about the huge impact Hall of Famer Moses Malone had on his career. “I’m crushed he’s gone.” So are we.

September 13, 2015   1 Comment

Moses Malone: 1955-2015


    One of the most underrated centers in NBA history, Malone was found dead earlier today in a hotel room in a Norfolk, Va. The cause of death hasn’t been announced but it is believed to be a heart attack. Malone was only 60.
    His death comes just weeks after the passing of Darryl Dawkins, who also played with the Philadelphia 76ers during his NBA career.
    N.Y. Times

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September 13, 2015   No Comments