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David Stern, the NBA commissioner has wielded unquestioned power over his sport in a way rarely seen over the last 30 years. He will retire in February of 2014, handing power over to his longtime deputy, Adam Silver. It is unlikely that any...
Southern California caught NHL fever earlier this year. It was the first time that I've seen car flags, viewing parties, television news focus and large-scale excitement for hockey. Had the Stanley Cup drive been a movie, it would have faded to black and...
The NBA lockout drags on with games canceled this week. On Tuesday a federal mediator will meet with the sides in New York. A mediator is not someone empowered to force the sides to compromise — as in binding arbitration. Good mediators are skilled...
Turns out Austin Daye has a little more time on his hands these days than he expected. The former Woodbridge High basketball star is now an NBA player locked out by the league along with all the league's players because of a labor dispute. But Daye,...
No sooner had I written a column for last week's Daily Pilot analyzing why soccer is the first sport that every youngster in this country plays yet it doesn't translate toward a high level of interest in pro soccer, then the U.S. women's team goes out and...
It remains unclear if Kobe Bryant will actually play competitively overseas, but there's at least one additional venture he'll partake in to enhance his footwork. The Los Angeles Lakers star, a Newport Coast resident, is listed as one of the participants...
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It is a subject Erik Spoelstra would rather avoid. Ever since he was put in this situation, he's run from the topic of his abilities as a coach. The everlasting smile disappears the moment Spoelstra, now in his fifth season with the Miami Heat, is asked...
addCustomPlayer('ftvyjjff0ewr1m2zvopdk5r12', '', '', 600, 418, 'perfftvyjjff0ewr1m2zvopdk5r12', 'eplayer15'); Keegan Bradley had no thoughts about a course record, or the possibility of a 59, after consecutive bogeys in the middle of his opening round...
Jason Collins had long been keeping a secret. As a standout high school player at Harvard-Westlake School, as a star at Stanford and through a 12-year NBA career, he had hidden something fundamental about himself from his family, friends and teammates....
Jason Collins was a journeyman NBA center, all but unknown to anyone but the sport's dedicated followers. That was before Collins revealed he is gay in a first-person account for Sports Illustrated posted to the magazine's website Monday. In doing so,...
Jason Collins, a 34-year-old center who has played for six teams in 12 seasons in the NBA, disclosed in the May 6 issue of Sports Illustrated, that he is gay, becoming the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American sport. Collins, writing a...
During the second period of the Blackhawks' 3-2 victory Wednesday night over the Avalanche at the United Center, my phone buzzed. "Hawks on their way to 24 straight unbeaten?'' the text from fan Steven Schucker read. Schucker wasn't the only person in...
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