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Game 3 proves pivotal as Clippers advance to the second round

By Eric Lambkins Sports Reporter The Los Angeles Clippers found themselves waist-deep in quicksand in Game 3 against Dallas last week. Trailing 30-11 in the first quarter, already down 2-0 in the seri...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    May 27, 2021

Culver City's best boy's lacrosse team hopes to win a title

When someone says you are the best, that puts a lot of pressure on that team. Just ask the Lakers and Dodgers. The Culver City boys' lacrosse team hopes to prove everyone right when they start the...

 
 By Eric Lambkins II    Sports    May 6, 2021

Lakers find a way to win against the Nuggets

After Anthony Davis blocked Facundo Campazzo's 3-point attempt which sealed the win for the Los Angeles Lakers, Davis patted his chest and declared, "We're back! We're back!" Their 93-89 victory over...

 

AMCS to Honor Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital at Annual Spring Celebration for Mental Health

Airport Marina Counseling Service's (AMCS) 17th annual "Spring into Well-Being” Celebration will be held on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 5 p.m. via Zoom. The event will celebrate the success of our 2021 Champion of Mental Health Cedars-Sinai Marina...

 

Lakers find a silver lining in blowout loss

The Lakers did not give the sparse crowd inside Staples Center much to cheer about in their second game of consecutive tilts against the Utah Jazz last Monday, but they continued to see s star in the...

 

Local Briefs

Staples Center Reopens The Staples Center reopened Friday April 16, after a 13 month closure due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Just 2000 fans will be admitted to watch the Lakers play their traditional rival the Boston Celtics, in the 19,000 capacity...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    April 8, 2021

The Lakers and Clippers are fighting for position in the conference

The Lakers and the Clippers are in a dog fight in the Western Conference. With both teams fighting the injury bug they are just trying to stay in the top four of the conference. The Clippers appear...

 

LAKERS SIGN ANDRE DRUMMOND

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed center Andre Drummond, it was announced today by Vice President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Rob Pelinka. Per team policy, terms of the deal were...

 

ORL vs LAC IV

One of the main reasons the Clippers are in third place in the tough Western Conference is the play of reserve guard Terance Mann. After the Clippers traded Lou Williams to Atlanta Mann has become...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    March 25, 2021

Elgin Baylor invented hang time

Growing up in Los Angeles I remember the Lakers, Dodgers and Rams very well. There players were bigger than life but in the early years a few players always stood above the rest. Sandy Koufax and Don...

 

The Lakers Lose More Than a Game

By Eric Lambkins II Sports Reporter The Lakers suffered a more significant loss than the 99-94 score would indicate last Saturday March 20. In the second quarter, down 32-27, Lakers Center Montrezl...

 

Elgin Baylor Dead at 86

Elgin Baylor, the Lakers' 11-time NBA All-Star who soared through the 1960s with a high-scoring style of basketball that became the model for the modern player, died Monday. He was 86. The Lakers...

 

Jared Dudley Toughs It Out with Torn ACL

by Nick Hamilton Special to the Culver City Observer Lakers forward Jared Dudley spoke with the media on Tuesday before the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, and announced that he would not be seeking surgery for his torn MCL. Dudley hopes he...

 

Lebron James Continues Legacy with Lakers and Red Sox

by Nick Hamilton Sports Reporter After the Lakers destroyed the Minnesota Timberwolves 137-123 on Tuesday night, Lebron James recorded his 99th career triple-double as he finished with 25 points, 12 r...

 

Lakers rely on forged mettle to stay at the top

By Eric Lambkins II Sports Reporter Being a Laker epitomizes the allure, glitz and glamor of the City of Los Angeles. From Hollywood A-listers fashionably sitting courtside, to the blaring of Randy...

 

Lakers championship hopes rest on the shoulders of Davis

The health of the Lakers star forward, Anthony Davis is imperative if the lakers want to win another NBA title this season. Without Davis last season the Lakers would not have won the championship....

 

LAKERS WAIVE QUINN COOK

The Los Angeles Lakers have requested waivers on guard Quinn Cook, it was announced today. Cook appeared in 16 games for the Lakers this season, averaging 2.1 points in 3.9 minutes per game. A two-time NBA champion, he has played in 181 regular...

 

KIRSTEN WATSON JOINS DODGER BROADCAST TEAM

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced the addition of Kirsten Watson to their broadcast team. In her role as a reporter and host, Watson will contribute to the Dodgers' SportsNet LA game broadcasts...

 

LAKERS ANNOUNCE SPONSORSHIP WITH FIFTH THIRD BANK

The Los Angeles Lakers announced today that Fifth Third Bank has expanded its sponsorship with the team. "We are thrilled to have Fifth Third Bank as part of the Lakers’ family," said Lakers President of Business Operations, Tim Harris. "In...

 

Anderson's leadership can keep the Trojans on top

The USC men's basketball team moved into the top 25 nationally rankings at No. 20 after they beat UCLA 66-48 last Saturday. Although the Bruins were missing some key players the Trojans look like the...

 

Rivalries take on different meanings in college sports

There is nothing like rivalries in college sports. UCLA against USC and Ohio State versus Michigan are two of the most famous rivalries in college. In professional sports you can mention the Lakers...

 

Los Angeles Clippers Finding their Identity

Even with the LA Clippers off to a good start for the 2020-21 season they were still looking for their identity. It looks like they found it. With a record of 13-5, the third best record in the NBA,...

 

Local college and professional basketball teams look good

The season is still early but if the early returns are factual the UCLA men's basketball team, USC men's basketball team and the UCLA women's basketball team are moving in the right direction. Throw...

 
 By Steve Finley    Sports    January 7, 2021

Recruiting spotlight shines bight on Centaur student-athletes

The coronavirus has disrupted high school sports like the Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald creates havoc in an opponent's backfield. Every month good and bad information comes out of the CIF...

 

The Rams have one more chance to make the playoffs

The Rams have come to that fork in the road. If they beat Arizona on Sunday or if the Chicago Bears loose to the Green Bay Packers the Rams are in the playoffs as a wild card team. If they lose and...

 

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