Monthly Archives: January 2018

Clippers Should Look At 2019, Not LeBron

  Shocked. Apalled. Shellacked. Disgusted. Dissapointed. Heartbroken. Nasueated. All of those emotions came to mind when I first found out the Los Angeles Clippers had traded the most iconic player in the franchises history (at least in L.A.). Those feelings … Continue reading

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NBA 2018 Mock Draft 1.0

A draft thought to be top heavy with franchise prospects is just around the corner for the NBA, as teams are going to be gearing up for a late season tankathon to try to secure one of these bright, young … Continue reading

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Westchester Challenge Recap: Highland Outlasts North 65-57

Making the trip from the desert, the Highland (Palmdale) Bulldogs were aiming to hold off a rebuilding North (Torrance) Saxon side to build some momentum heading into Tuesday’s clash against rivals, Quartz Hill.

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Westchester Challenge Preview: Can the Knights Keep It Going?

Trevor Ariza Tip-Off Classic was hosted beautifully, as always, by Westchester High School, but the Comets quite aren’t done, as the Westchester Challenge tips off in just a few hours. Featuring twelve teams, the Challenge culminates with a marquee match-up, … Continue reading

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