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  • Kobe Bryant under contract to sell Newport Coast home

    Kobe Bryant under contract to sell Newport Coast home
    Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is under contract to sell his home in Newport Coast, according to the Multiple Listing Service. The pending sale is expected to set a price record for the Pelican Ridge community. The current high water mark for the...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye coming back

    Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye coming back
    UC Irvine's Mamadou Ndiaye, a 7-foot-6 sophomore during the recently completed men's basketball season, has announced he will not declare himself eligible for the 2015 NBA Draft. "After thinking things over and talking with the people closest to me, I...
  • Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future

    Men's Basketball: UCI's Ndiaye mulls pro future
    At 7-foot-6, UC Irvine sophomore Mamadou Ndiaye is the tallest player in NCAA men's college basketball. He has less than a month, however, to decide whether he has already hit his ceiling at the amateur level. Ndiaye, who averaged 10.5 points, 5.1...
  • Boys' Basketball: Hague delivers for Sage Hill

    Boys' Basketball: Hague delivers for Sage Hill
    The reputation with the Sage Hill School boys' basketball team the past two seasons was it couldn't finish games. Every time the contest was close in the fourth quarter, Sage Hill seemed to wilt. Tyler Hague was there, he started on the team those two...
  • Girls' Basketball: Anderson standing tall for CdM

    Girls' Basketball: Anderson standing tall for CdM
    Corona del Mar High junior Krista Anderson sees a lot of Mark Decker these days. On the basketball court, Decker is her coach. In the classroom, Decker is her AP Psychology teacher. "It's kind of weird, because like I see him a lot," Anderson said....
  • Football party benefits Marines, vets

    Football party benefits Marines, vets
    Owners of a Costa Mesa-based business hosted their seventh Super Bowl party on Sunday for Camp Pendleton Marines and veterans. Gary and Julie Crisp, owners of C2, hosted the event at the American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach for 400 guests,...
  • Ringing win for Eagles

    Ringing win for Eagles
    Mike Molina has experienced winning the Battle for the Bell basketball rivalry as a player and as a coach at Costa Mesa High. Xavier Castellano has as well as a player and a coach at Estancia. While Molina's success against the Eagles has come with...
  • Sage Hill's streak grows

    SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — One win is all Sage Hill School has to show against archrival St. Margaret's in boys' basketball. On Tuesday, the two programs opened Academy League play at St. Margaret's, the site where Sage Hill last beat the Tartans...
  • Boys' Basketball: McKnight picks up win No. 1,000

    The sons of two former NBA players took the court at Corona del Mar High on Friday. One of the two kids went to CdM Middle School. Michael Cage Jr. decided to go to Mater Dei, and not CdM, for high school. Cage's father, who played for the Clippers,...
  • Skyforce drafts McNealy

    Chris McNealy, the lone senior on the 2013-14 UC Irvine men's basketball team, was chosen in the sixth round by the Sioux Falls (S.D.) Skyforce in Saturday's NBA Development League Draft. The 6-foot-4 McNealy was a first-team All-Big West Conference...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters aim to dance

    Men's Basketball: 'Eaters aim to dance
    Russell Turner believes the question stands no more. Providing an unprecedented answer, however, is the daily intention that fuels his ample competitive nature. Turner's UC Irvine men's basketball team enters the program's 50th season Friday, hoping...
  • Letters from the Editor: Clippers' controversy hits close to home

    Letters from the Editor: Clippers' controversy hits close to home
    My family became Clippers' fans last year. I know what you're thinking, but we didn't hop on the bandwagon. The nephew of one of the players is in my daughter's second-grade class. When school started in September, he told her about his uncle, whom...