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Shareef O'Neal Reacts To Signing With Lakers

Being a Los Angeles Laker officially runs in the O'Neal family. Shareef, Shaq's son, signed with the storied NBA franchise on Thursday night. Shareef will start out playing for the Lakers' Summer League squad. There, he'll get a chance to impress the organization's front office. Shaq's son is incredibly grateful...
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Jennifer Lopez Looks So Elegant in a Backless Low-Cut Sundress

Jennifer Lopez is back with another summer mood board-worthy street style look. Yesterday, the singer stepped out in Los Angeles wearing a backless black sundress with an airy skirt and a tight bodice, which also featured a halter neckline and a deep-V cut. She paired the dress with minimal accessories, opting for black heels, stud earrings, and a brown tote bag.
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Jodie Sweetin shoved to the ground by LAPD at Roe v. Wade protest

Los Angeles Police Department officers shoved Jodie Sweetin to the ground Saturday as she protested the Supreme Court overturning its landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade. Photojournalist Michael Ade shared a video on Instagram of the “Full House” alum approaching the cops when one of the men pushed her off the side of a road in LA and another threw her down on the concrete. Sweetin, 40, immediately stood back up, put her baseball cap back on and continued screaming, “No justice, no peace” with the rest of the crowd. “What the f–k is wrong with you guys?” one fellow protester screamed as...
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Kanye West References Kim Kardashian Divorce During Surprise BET Awards Appearance

Kanye West made a surprise appearance at last night's BET Awards in Los Angeles. The star—who now goes by "Ye"—showed up to the event to honor longtime friend and fellow rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs as he received the Lifetime Achievement Award. But during his speech, the "All of the Lights" rapper also made a subtle reference to his divorce from Kim Kardashian.
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Skip Bayless Crushes Lakers' Draft Decision: Fans React

Skip Bayless absolutely went after the Los Angeles Lakers for their 2022 draft decision on Thursday night. The controversial sports analyst blasted the Lakers for their second-round selection of Michigan State guard Max Christie, suggesting he doesn't fit the team's glaring need for perimeter shooting. "Lakers acquire a 2nd-round pick,...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Tyler Sanders, 'The Rookie' and '9-1-1: Lone Star' Actor, Dies at 18

Tyler Sanders, a young actor best known for roles on ABC's The Rookie alongside Nathan Fillion and 9-1-1: Lone Star with Rob Lowe, has died at 18. According to the New York Post, Sanders passed away at his home in Los Angeles and reps for the young actor confirmed his death in a statement on Friday. No cause of death has been determined yet. A funeral service is scheduled for June 27 in Houston, Texas.
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Angels pitcher Raisel Iglesias launches sunflower seeds to end insane Mariners brawl

Things got all kinds of weird during Sunday’s game between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels. After Mariners outfielder Jesse Winker was plunked on the rear end by Angels pitcher Andrew Wantz, the benches cleared in Anaheim, resulting in a wild brawl that saw several punches thrown. The Angels didn’t appear to be thrilled that Mariners pitcher Erik Swanson threw at Mike Trout the night before, and the apparent retaliation set both benches off. After the fight ended and both sides had retreated to their dugouts, Angels reliever Raisel Iglesias was not ready to let sleeping dogs lie. He grabbed an...
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Mariners-Angels brawl: Punches thrown, eight ejections made as Jesse Winker hit by pitch leads to heated fight

A brawl -- an actual brawl, not one where a bunch of players stand around kind of shoving -- erupted between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels Sunday in Anaheim. There were a decent number of punches thrown and lots of drama that meant baseball didn't resume for quite a while. Eventually, there were eight ejections -- six players and both managers.
SEATTLE, WA
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MLB weekend recap: Astros only get split in wild series vs. Yankees; Alejandro Kirk looks like an All-Star

A jam-packed weekend of MLB action says let's skip the meaty intro and just dive right in. Freddie Freeman returned to Truist Park to face the Braves for the first time as a player for an opposing team this weekend. In this case, the same team the Braves knocked out in the NLCS last season, the Dodgers. It was a nice ovation on Friday night and Freeman was clearly emotional.
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