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  • Troy Williams' transfer to Oak Hill removes him from comfort zone

    Troy Williams' transfer to Oak Hill removes him from comfort zone
    Troy Williams' transfer from Phoebus High, the hometown school where his Aunt Terri and Uncle Boo excelled, to Oak Hill Academy was more than a basketball decision. Of course, Oak Hill's renowned team is the foremost reason. Were Williams a scholarship...
  • Virginia Tech's Green natural fit for high-scoring Nuggets

    Virginia Tech's Green natural fit for high-scoring Nuggets
    Erick Green was not a prototype point guard at Virginia Tech. Surrounded by young, marginal talent, he had to create offense first for himself and then others. But at 6-foot-3, Green is small by NBA shooting guard specs, which prompted questions about...
  • Amid Donald Sterling turmoil, Clippers succumb to distractions

    Amid Donald Sterling turmoil, Clippers succumb to distractions
    OAKLANDĀ — They began the game huddled in a concrete hallway, arms locked, bodies swaying, desperately begging each other to stay united through the storm. "It's just us . . . only us . . . we're all we got!" -------------------- FOR THE RECORD:...
  • Donald Sterling scandal merits an over-the-top reaction

    The opinion that Donald Sterling can no longer be an owner is incorrect. He would make an excellent plantation owner. What a story. Just when you think you have seen it all . . . The late Bill Thomas, as fine an editor as the Los Angeles Times ever...
  • What's a Clippers fan to do? A tough call, thanks to Donald Sterling

    What's a Clippers fan to do? A tough call, thanks to Donald Sterling
    The tugging and twisting began Saturday morning, friends texting, acquaintances calling, everyone wondering. What was JoLai Draper going to do? She's a 42-year-old procurement agent at Boeing, a lifetime Inglewood resident with strong ties...
  • A night of rebirth for the Clippers and their fans

    A night of rebirth for the Clippers and their fans
    They played as if children again, on a playground with friends, unburdened and unafraid. Blake Griffin palmed the ball into the back of the basket and screamed. DeAndre Jordan threw down a dunk and laughed. Jamal Crawford hit a jump shot and posed....
  • Clippers show power and poise in charging back into the playoffs

     Clippers show power and poise in charging back into the playoffs
    The Clippers needed an answer, and quick. They gave one, and wow. Their response Monday night to a playoff-opening debacle against the Golden State Warriors was powerful enough to temporarily subdue thoughts of the historic Clippers jinx while...
  • Donald Sterling and the problem of pro sports ownership

    So Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, stands accused of having made remarks of unbelievable crassness and flavored with a racism that would bring a tear to the eye of Cliven Bundy. Are you surprised? Me neither. Sterling's record of...
  • Such a great Lakers team; it stings that Jackson and Fisher are Knicks

    The NBA's greatest frontman and his favorite backup singer stood together on a crowded hardwood floor, cameras whirring and lights flashing, their hands gently placed on the same basketball for a pose they have been practicing for years. Phil Jackson...
  • Clippers are gone from the postseason, but it all won't be forgotten

    Clippers are gone from the postseason, but it all won't be forgotten
    They were only a dozen minutes from survival, a dozen minutes from playing one more game, a dozen minutes from keeping the magic alive and the season in play. But it was, finally, a journey too far, a hill too steep, a dozen minutes too many. The...
  • Clippers are not riven by distraction

    Clippers are not riven by distraction
    Their owner was thrown out of the league, their organization is buried in chaos, yet the Clippers play on. They were humiliated by hate, distracted by protests, exhausted by stress, yet the Clippers play on. It was a series that could have finished...