I was born and raised in Los Angeles, born and raised a USC fan (don’t worry, not anymore — my past columns can corroborate that),… Continue Reading »
As a die-hard Lakers fan and fourth-generation Los Angeles native this is really painful for me to admit, but it seems that a new era of Los Angeles dominance in the NBA might be about to peak — and sadly, I’m not referring to the Lakers.
As former Stanford basketball star Jason Collins ’01’s announcement that he is gay continues to reverberate around the nation, Stanford community members reacted with surprise and pride to the news that the first openly gay active male athlete in a major U.S. professional sport was a Stanford graduate.
As Game 5 — the crucial tiebreaker — rolled around Tuesday night, I was thinking the game would come down to the final possession. What did I get? One of the worst performances of James’ career, leading to the worst home loss in Cleveland history by a score of 120-88.