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 By Eric Lambkins II    Sports    May 2, 2024

UCLA's DeShaun Foster reaches back for old traditions

We keep memories alive and go on vibrant voyages through unique customs and timeless rituals with our traditions; through them, we pay homage and respect to the past. Traditions are the keys that...

 

Leonard's return is not enough in Game 2 loss

The Los Angeles Clippers, already up 1-0 in a series that could be their best chance at a title run, showed remarkable resilience in Game 2. Despite the setback of Kawhi Leonard's 23-day battle with...

 

USC's secondary stands out in the Spring game

Trojan fans, there's no need to panic. There will be life after Caleb Williams. This rendition of the USC offense should improve under their new quarterbacks, Miller Moss and Jayden Maiava and the...

 

Clippers have new wind in their sails

The defense has put new life into the Los Angeles Clippers' sails, revitalizing their performance on the court. Despite facing challenges during March, they secured victories in seven out of their...

 

Rusted idols: Unearthing lessons in the legacy of O.J. Simpson

We build idols to celebrate their destruction; we worship the demise of giants. Last Wednesday, the final piece of a larger-than-life statue finally came to rubble. Few figures in American culture have traversed the spectrum of adoration and disdain...

 

Clippers have new wind in their sails

B The defense has put new life into the Los Angeles Clippers' sails, revitalizing their performance on the court. Despite facing challenges during March, they secured victories in seven out of their l...

 

Bigger lineups help Lakers stay competitive

In a time where the NBA courts echo with the rhythm of small ball and three-pointers, the Los Angeles Lakers stand as a defiant testament, asserting that there's more than one way to win. The Lakers...

 

The Rams have a 99 problem

The Los Angeles Rams have a defensive line problem, and fans across the league will feel bad for them––some. For 10 years, the NFL had a 99 problem. And now, the Los Angeles Rams have one. Los Angeles...

 

Gloomy skies rain in Westwood in loss to Arizona

As the rain cascaded down on Pauley Pavilion before tip-off last Thursday, it felt like more than just a weather pattern; it was as if the heavens were mirroring the state of the UCLA Bruins'...

 

Gloomy skies rain in Westwood in loss to Arizona

As the rain cascaded down on Pauley Pavilion before tip-off last Thursday, it felt like more than just a weather pattern; it was as if the heavens were mirroring the state of the UCLA Bruins'...

 

Shooting woes doom Trojans against crosstown rivals

In one of the most important women's basketball games in history between the UCLA Bruins and the USC Trojans Juju Watkins and McKenzie Forbes fought out of jams and dug their team out of holes. Yet,...

 

Small things paying big dividends for the Clippers

The little things, they say, make all the difference in winning or losing in sports. Those nitty-gritty details, the stuff that rarely finds its way onto the box score, that's where champions carve th...

 

Muasau provides spark as Garbers saves the day in LA Bowl for Bruins

In the heart of Inglewood, where the final chapter of the Pac-12 Bruins unfolded, it ended a tale of a season wrapped in peaks and valleys. UCLA stumbled into the LA Bowl, carrying the weight of a...

 

Muasau provides spark as Garbers saves the day in LA Bowl for Bruins

In the heart of Inglewood, where the final chapter of the Pac-12 Bruins unfolded, it ended a tale of a season wrapped in peaks and valleys. UCLA stumbled into the LA Bowl, carrying the weight of a...

 

Watkins continues to lead the USC women's basketball team

In the heart of Los Angeles there was a player born with more than just skills. Juju Watkins was raised on grit and purpose. That same unwavering determination shone bright last Sunday, catching the...

 

Watkins continues to lead the USC women's basketball team

In the heart of Los Angeles there was a player born with more than just skills. Juju Watkins was raised on grit and purpose. That same unwavering determination shone bright last Sunday, catching the...

 

Watkins continues to lead the USC women's basketball team

In the heart of Los Angeles there was a player born with more than just skills. Juju Watkins was raised on grit and purpose. That same unwavering determination shone bright last Sunday, catching the attention of LeBron James and his daughter, Zhuri,...

 

Juju Watkins nets fifth 30-point game in win over San Diego

LOS ANGELES - She is a modern-day Rembrandt painting in vivid hues through a remarkable streak at the start of this season. JuJu Watkins is weaving a narrative that's turning heads. For the fifth...

 

USC football fires Grinch, faces Oregon Saturday

It was like a heavyweight bout, with both teams slugging while staggering and stumbling while slugging. It was a tale of the reigning Heisman, Southern California's Caleb Williams elusive, evasive...

 

No restrictions for James in win over the Clippers

Lakers coach Darvin Ham stands on the sideline with his hands in his pocket, resolute, resolved and relaxed, yet he is sandwiched by a dilemma. Ham must manage LeBron James' minutes restriction while...

 

Trojans suffer heartbreaking loss to Utah, face Cal on Saturday

No longer is USC's offense, led by Caleb Williams able to stave off having an execrable defense. For the third time in two years, the Utah Utes defeated the Southern California Trojans, this time...

 

LeBron James is more than a great basketball player, he's a father

"Nothing else matters besides my family," he said, his voice carrying the weight of years of triumphs and tribulations. "No matter what's going on in your life, the only thing that matters is your...

 

USC Trojans Shine, Win Possible Farewell to Classic Rivalry

After over a century of fierce competition, the future of the classic rivalry between the USC Trojans and the Stanford Cardinal remains uncertain. In the final scheduled meeting between these two...

 

Trojan defense leaves much to be revealed

The heart and soul of USC came alive as students, alumni, and passionate fans gathered at the iconic Los Angeles Coliseum. An air of anticipation permeated the atmosphere, a collective hope that the...

 

Defense leads the way for the Centaurs

The Culver City Centaurs have held their passing league invitational for the past four years, but this year was different. Last week they entered the tournament expecting to win it all. And win they did, as the Culver City Centaurs emerged victorious...

 

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