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3 Sports Betting Secrets By Betting Experts

Who does not enjoy the thrill of betting and earning a few bucks? In the world of online betting, there is always something new happening. Sports betting has gone online, and people are playing bets like never seen before. To be a successful sports better, you must understand the basics of the games. You must always have a very strong strategy and understand a few secrets.
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How To Watch New 3-On-3 Basketball Event at Tokyo Olympics

The game of 3-on-3 basketball will be featured on the Olympic stage for the first time ever in 2021. Basketball fans will get a double dosage of hoops in Tokyo thanks to the beginning of this unique basketball style of competition. The game consists of three plays on a team...
Los Angeles,

CSUN Names Trent Johnson Interim Head Men’s Basketball Coach

CSUN has named Trent Johnson Interim Head Men’s Basketball Coach, the university announced Tuesday. As Johnson leads the Matadors on an interim basis during the 2021-22 season, the men’s basketball coaching staff will remain on paid administrative leave pending the completion of an internal review of potential rules violations. A...
Los Angeles,

Once in a lifetime

Sports brings people together. The Olympics, the greatest spectacle of athletics, amplify humanity’s yearning for a better world. Three people with deep roots in the local community—Zach Penprase, Scott Blatt, and Eric Blum—will make their Olympic debuts this summer in Tokyo. “This is really what we all strive for. It’s...
Los Angeles,

Shannon Sharpe reacts to the original “Space Jam” director slamming LeBron’s remake | UNDISPUTED

The director of the original Space Jam has spoken out against LeBron's new version. Joe Pytka told TMZ that it took him 5 different sittings to finish the new 2-hour version movie, in addition to ripping the soundtrack and its depiction of Bugs Bunny. But perhaps his biggest target was Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James himself, explaining that the King doesn't have the superstar je na sais quoi that MJ had, saying quote 'the truth is that LeBron ain't Michael.' Hear what Shannon Sharpe has to say about the original director's comments.
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Los Angeles County reports 2,550 new coronavirus cases, biggest one-day total since February

Los Angeles County Public Health officials reported 2,550 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday, July 21, the biggest single day of infections since February. The latest official daily tally was a 20-fold increase since June 21, when the county reported 124 cases, marking the influence of the Delta variant and the continuing challenge of vaccinating more of the county’s residents.
Los Angeles,

Lakers Launch Competitive Art Program to Support Minority Artists

The Los Angeles Lakers are launching a competitive art program to recognize and support a local community of minority artists, it was announced Friday. Artist Charly Palmer is partnering with the team on the In The Paint program to benefit BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists. Palmer and...
Bay Shore,

Bay Shore man finishes 15th in USA Paratriathlon National Championship

Robert Rodriguez of Bay Shore was a top 20 finisher of the USA Paratriathlon National Championship in Long Beach, California this past weekend. Rodriguez is a right leg below knee amputee who was amputated at 10 months old due to a condition called Fibular Hemimelia, where part or all of the fibular bone is missing at birth.
Laguna Beach,

Coaches Reflect on Gatorade Player of the Year and CVHS Graduate Mia Barnett

The last time a Crescenta Valley High School student was recognized as a Gatorade Player of the Year, Titanic had just won 11 Academy Awards and become the first film in history to gross $1 billion. But now, 23 years after future WNBA star Michelle Greco was named the Gatorade Girls Basketball Player of the Year and, for only the second time in school history, CVHS graduate and future University of Virginia track star Mia Barnett was named the Gatorade California Girls Track & Field Player of the Year.
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All-City Coaches of the Year: Carl Buggs, Torie Frapwell

This year was the hardest year we’ve ever had selecting Coaches of the Year, with six Moore League teams winning CIF Southern Section championships and a number of others pulling off dramatic turnaround. Every coach deserves a salute for bringing a team onto the playing field during such a turbulent year, but we’re choosing to recognize a coach who won her first CIF-SS championship, as well as a coach who’s won a boatload.