The TEN: 03/14/2017



(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN) LATE EDITION

  1. The Los Angeles Chargers cut offensive tackle King Dunlap who became expendable after they signed free agent Russell Okung.
  2. The Cleveland Cavaliers sign center Larry Sanders who has not played in the NBA for two years.
  3. United States faces Venezuela, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico in Pool 2 of WBC.
  4. Former Crescenta Valley slugger Hannah Cookson is currently batting .333 with no homers and 4 RBIs for Long Beach State 49er’s softball.
  5. Kings are currently five points out in the Western Conference playoff race.
  6. Los Angeles Clippers currently are in fifth place in the Western Conference, the Lakers are in last.
  7. Eight games kick off NIT games tonight.
  8. San Felipe Stakes winner Mastery had successful surgery on a condylar fracture in his left front.
  9. 50-years ago today, Bubba Smith became the No.1 pick of the first combined AFL-NFL draft.
  10. “Lavar Ball, you have to understand you averaged a whole 2 points per game at Washington State…You know darn well Jordan would TORCH you!” – Le’veon Bell tweeting about Lavar Ball’s comment that he could beat Michael Jordan in a game of 1-on-1 in his prime.

1 Comment to "The TEN: 03/14/2017"

  1. Family Man's Gravatar Family Man
    March 14, 2017 - 11:30 pm | Permalink

    Those Ball brothers need to wake up and smell the deceit and larceny of their father, who is trying to swipe a good portion of any endorsement money the three might earn in the league. Knowing he can’t very well seize any part of the kids’ NBA salaries, he is using the cozy notion of a “family business” to hide his demands on their future earnings.

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