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19 January 2009

I have an idea for tonight's game between the Lakers and the Cavs, instead of spending all night comparing Kobe and LeBron, let's just sit back and enjoy watching the two best players in the NBA play.

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30 October 2008

Phenom center Andrew Bynum has reportedly signed an extension for $58 million over the next four years. This should help to keep Kobe Bryant around as well as Bryant can opt out after this season. He

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8 June 2008

The Lakers struggled some in Game 1 in Boston. The Celtics are not as strong as I assumed before I saw them play last Thursday. They are definitely beatable, especially by the Lakers. The good news from what I've seen so far is, the Celtics didn't win Game 1, the Lakers just lost it.

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25 May 2008

The Dodgers seem to be stuck in the middle.  They are just over .500.  They are still in 2nd place in the NL West, but they cannot seem to make a move.  Of course Joe Torre managed a Yankee team last year who was in last place around this time of year, and ended up making the playoffs.  Luckily the Dodgers despite so many flaws are only 3.5 games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks.  The Dodgers hitting is extremely inconsistent.  They are trying to mix veterans with really young guys.  Their young guys seem to be developing well and Matt Kemp, James Loney, and Russell Martin look like future stars.

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21 May 2008

have looked old, however they have survived the first two rounds of the playoffs, and are coming to Los Angeles tonight on very little rest. While a lot has changed for the Lakers the Spurs hav

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19 May 2008

There's nothing like the feeling as you go through your day and co-workers, friends and family ask, "What do you got going tonight?" and you get to tell them, "I'm going to the Dodger Game." Everyone's immediate response is a smile with a response like, "Oh, that's cool" or "Sweet" or "How fun". "I'm going to the Dodger game," immediately sends peoples Thinking Blue as they envision: The Stadium. The Ravine. Philippe's. Vinnie. Nancy B. Hefley. Dodger Dogs. Ten Dollar Beers. The Pavillion bleachers. The traffic. The parking. The traffic. The parking. We can all, as Dodger fans, relate, reminisce and bond over past, present and future Dodger Stadium memories. Now one can argue that any fan, of any ball park, of any team has their own quirks, traditions, and specialness that they can lay claim as to what makes its park better than the rest. But Dodger Stadium is more special than anywhere else. More unique. More of an experience. And it's not the metal and concrete and the blue and the hills and the nice weather that make it that way, it's the people.

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24 April 2008

Hey, did you hear that? What you ask. That. The sound of the Denver Nuggets imploding. The sound of time passing by because it is only a matter of time before they are out of the playoffs. Heck, there is the chance that they will be swept out of the playoffs. That’s right, I said it.

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4 March 2008

The more things change, the more they stay the same.  I still hate the Sacramento Kings with every cell in my body.  But while the Kings languish near the bottom of the West, the Lakers are at the top of the conference  Suck it Kings fans!  With tonight's game against Sacramento as with EVERYTIME the Kings play, I remember the past.  And smile.

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15 December 2007

Some in Los Angeles may think this is just as important as steroids, but let’s face it – this only affects us natives and locals who have a serious passion for our Los Angeles

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