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  • Are the Golden State Warriors really 'The New Showtime'?

    Are the Golden State Warriors worthy of the moniker "The New Showtime"? Sports Illustrated's NBA season preview features four different covers, one of which features Warriors guard Stephen Curry, that "Showtime" headline and the subheadline "Steph Curry...
  • Kobe Bryant nearly brought to tears by Staples Center Game 4 ovation

    Kobe Bryant nearly brought to tears by Staples Center Game 4 ovation
    The Lakers were swept out the playoffs last spring by the San Antonio Spurs as Dwight Howard was ejected in Game 4 while Kobe Bryant sat in the locker room because of a recently torn Achilles' tendon. Minutes after Howard stormed to the locker room,...
  • USC fans have reason to question NCAA; defending Fresno; overrating UCLA

    USC fans have reason to question NCAA; defending Fresno; overrating UCLA
    I don't know who's the bigger crybaby, you or Pat Haden. The bottom line is this: Southern Cal cheated. They got caught. Take your punishment like a man. Glenn M. Langdon Garden Grove Haden is definitely the older crybaby, but I'm not sure I get...
  • ESPN fires football analyst Hugh Douglas over racially-charged comments

    ESPN fires football analyst Hugh Douglas over racially-charged comments
    (TheWrap.com) - Former Eagles defensive lineman Hugh Douglas is now a former ESPN talent. An ESPN spokesperson confirmed to TheWrap on Tuesday that "Douglas no longer works at ESPN as of today." Douglas was fired from the station following a heated...
  • Shhh. Angels' Mike Trout is L.A. star to watch

    Shhh. Angels' Mike Trout is L.A. star to watch
    Mike Trout takes a vicious swing at a 91-mph fastball and an earsplitting crack echoes through the Tampa Bay Rays' domed stadium. The drive screams off his bat at 112 mph and travels 458 feet, the longest home run this season at Tropicana Field. Six...
  • Jamaica threatened with Olympics expulsion over failed drug tests

    Jamaica threatened with Olympics expulsion over failed drug tests
    In the wake of numerous failed drug tests, the World Anti-Doping Agency has threatened to expel Jamaica from the Olympics if the country does not strengthen its monitoring system. A handful of athletes from the island nation -- including marquee ...
  • Angels' C.J. Wilson critical of suspended players

    Pitcher C.J. Wilson had harsh words for the 13 players suspended in the wake of the Biogenesis investigation on Monday, especially New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, who got the stiffest penalty. "It's good for the game that they're...
  • Report: Penn State search committee plans to interview Hurricanes coach Al Golden

    Report: Penn State search committee plans to interview Hurricanes coach Al Golden
    A day after initial reports surfaced putting Miami coach Al Golden atop Penn State's wish list for its coaching vacancy, chatter linking Golden to his alma mater continued gaining steam on Friday.  The Pittsburgh-Tribune Review reported late Friday...
  • Hurricanes coach Al Golden: 'There's never been a better time to be at the University of Miami'

    Hurricanes coach Al Golden: 'There's never been a better time to be at the University of Miami'
    A day before his Hurricanes took the field for their first bowl game since 2010, Miami coach Al Golden faced the inevitable question about his name being linked to job openings around the country as a "hot commodity" coach. He started his answer by...
  • Baseball: All eyes will be on sophomore Chase Strumpf

    Tournament MVP @CStrumpf pic.twitter.com/fv3lHAnN5S — USA Baseball 15U (@USABaseball15U) August 4, 2013  It has been a little over a month since sophomore Chase Strumpf of JSerra returned from Colombia with a gold medal after helping the USA 15U...
  • Google+ rolls out features to help publishers build Web audience

    Google+ rolls out features to help publishers build Web audience
    SAN FRANCISCO — As part of its increasingly aggressive moves to get more people to use Google+ and to keep Facebook and Twitter from dominating the social networking business, Google is rolling out two new tools that it says will help authors and...