Lakers

23 May 19

14 teams enter; 1 team leaves…with Zion. This year’s NBA draft lottery had the kind of high stakes drama, excitement, and anguish that would be well-suited for the Thunderdome. The prize, Zion Williamson, is the most anticipated player since Lebron James in 2003. Drafted behind Zion will almost certainly be Ja Morant and RJ Barrett. […]

23 May 19
Bosnian Café

The 2018/2019 season is nearing its end and ever since the shocking trade between the Spurs and the Raptors fans have been fearing the decision of Kawhi Leonard’s future. Leonard, who has been having a superstar level season has been subject to rumours of going to the Los Angeles Lakers at the of his contract. […]

23 May 19
Sports and Stuff That Matters

If you are a NBA fan, by now you are aware that the Golden State Warriors are heading to the NBA Finals for the fifth straight season. This has not happened since the Boston Celtics accomplished this feat an unprecedented ten times from 1957-1966 (the Celtics lost to the 76ers in the Eastern Conference Finals […]

23 May 19
Celtics Wire

If Kyrie Irving leaves the Celtics in the offseason, the Cavaliers may very well have won the trade.

23 May 19
Eagle News Online

Even with a blemish at Christian Brothers Academy on May 15, the Cazenovia softball team still was in position to earn the Onondaga High School League Liberty American division regular-season championship. To get it, the Lakers would have to beat Marcellus last Tuesday afternoon at the Sean Googin Sports Complex, and the effort was first-rate, […]

23 May 19
Palace of Pistons

The 2018-19 campaign was one filled with ups and downs for Detroit Pistons guard Langston Galloway. The 6’2”, fifth-year guard out of St. Joseph’s played in 80 games for the Pistons last season, averaging 21.8 minutes per game. After going undrafted in the 2014 NBA Draft, Galloway bounced between the NBA D-League’s Westchester Knicks and […]

23 May 19
John Gasaway

Michigan hired Juwan Howard yesterday, and the first two hot takes I read asserted that the odds are stacked against the new Wolverine coach. Howard, of course, played in the NBA, and it is said that coaches that have tried to transition from playing at the highest level to running a Division I program have […]

23 May 19
My Sports Logic

Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors: Looks like strained calf injury, will keep him out of the Western Division Finals. No timetable at this time. The Warriors have made a few adjustments with Durant out of the lineup. Back to Curry Ball for all intents. Michigan’s coach John Beilein to the Cavs: Coach Beilein, 66, known […]

23 May 19
Eagle News Online

A league championship was at stake last Tuesday afternoon as the Marcellus softball team took on Cazenovia, first place in the OHSL Liberty National division at stake. And it was all Mustangs as the combination of freshman Aubrey Fraher’s pitching prowess and timely hits at the plate produced a 4-0 victory over the Lakers. Marcellus […]

23 May 19
weirdcelticsblog

For this thought exercise, forget that the NBA Draft Lottery ever existed. We are starting from scratch. How can we create the most fair, reasonable, exciting, non-slavery rookie job finding system? We let them sign wherever they want! Well, not wherever they want. We will keep the old lottery cut-off, so only non-playoff teams can […]

23 May 19
Daily Republic

May 23– May 23–Renne Morrow, a 19-year-old sousaphone player, stepped in front of a moving car on her way to a UC Davis marching band “bonding” party. Police would later say her blood-alcohol level was more than double the legal limit to drive. She died from her injuries three days later. Since the February 2012 […]

23 May 19
Eagle News Online

Just at the right time, the Skaneateles baseball team was showing its best form of the spring, winning nine in a row, securing the OHSL Liberty National division regular-season title and making itself a major contender for the Section III Class B playoffs that started late last week. The Lakers were playing its fourth game […]

23 May 19
Hollywood Life

Though he blamed the team’s general manager for ‘talking behind his back’ and the organization’s dysfunction for why he stepped down as president, Magic Johnson says he’s still a Los Angeles Laker for life.