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  • Remembering Joe McDonnell, the one and only

    Remembering Joe McDonnell, the one and only
    I had a scoop. Man, I had a scoop. Little ol' me from the San Bernardino Sun. Found myself the only media member in the Dodgers clubhouse on that Sunday morning in the final game before the 1990 All-Star game when I heard the explosion. Manager Tommy...
  • Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments

     Middle school athletic director helped create City of Lights tournaments
    The City of Lights has reached the end of an era of sorts as Al Miller is now retired after almost 50 years of continuous service to students in all of our public school districts and private schools. If you have lived in the Aurora area for any...
  • Signs point to Northwestern's NCAA breakthrough in 2015-16

    Signs point to Northwestern's NCAA breakthrough in 2015-16
    Northwestern players celebrated Big Ten victories this season with locker-room eruptions, circling their coach and spraying him with water while jumping up and down. Chris Collins loved it. "At Duke, people got spoiled to the winning," he said. "You'...
  • Hassan Whiteside bringing glamour back to center position

    Hassan Whiteside bringing glamour back to center position
    When he was 10, Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was catching the beginning of Shaquille O'Neal and the Los Angeles winning three consecutive NBA titles. A few years before that, the league was dominated by centers such as Patrick Ewing, Hakeem...
  • In the Pipeline: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar stands tall as an author as well

    In the Pipeline: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar stands tall as an author as well
    He enters the room so silently that you don't notice until he's almost right next to you. He's dressed casually in jeans, a black warm-up jacket and a blue UCLA baseball cap. Quietly, he sits down at a small table. "Man, I'm so hungry," he says softly....
  • Russell Westbrook steals the show in NBA All-Star game

    Russell Westbrook steals the show in NBA All-Star game
    After all the strange things happening to the underwhelming Oklahoma City Thunder, their fans could finally pull their hands away from their eyes. Thunder guard Russell Westbrook scored the second-most points in All-Star game history as the Western...
  • More like sibling revelry as NBA All-Stars Pau and Marc Gasol face off

    More like sibling revelry as NBA All-Stars Pau and Marc Gasol face off
    Advantage: Older brother. The Gasol vs. Gasol story line ended in slight favor of Pau, who had 10 points and 12 rebounds while Marc had six points and 10 rebounds Sunday. They were the first brothers to start an NBA All-Star game; Sunday's...
  • Kings' DeMarcus Cousins replacing injured Kobe Bryant in All-Star Game

    Kings' DeMarcus Cousins replacing injured Kobe Bryant in All-Star Game
    Kobe Bryant will miss his second straight All-Star Game in February, out for the season with a torn rotator cuff. On Friday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver added Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins to the Western Conference All-Star roster as Bryant'...
  • On The Fly: Injury Could End Bryant's Season

    On The Fly: Injury Could End  Bryant's Season
    Have we seen the last of Kobe Bryant? The Lakers great could miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury, which could be career-threatening for a 36-year-old with lots of miles on his body. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports that the...
  • In Theory: In wake of Paris attacks, is an unfair burden placed on the Muslim community?

    In the wake of the attack on the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo and the deadly hostage crisis at a Paris kosher market last week, the Muslim community has once again been thrust into the public eye. This, of course, comes less than a month...
  • Bob Boyd dies at 84; coached USC basketball team during Wooden era

    Bob Boyd dies at 84; coached USC basketball team during Wooden era
    The only USC basketball team Bob Boyd led to the NCAA tournament, in 1979, was eliminated by DePaul in a West Regional game played at Pauley Pavilion. It was also Boyd's last game as the Trojans' coach after he had previously announced his intention to...