(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)
1. “It’s not my job to tell a club to renegotiate its television agreements.” – MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred when asked about the Dodgers TV agreement with Spectrum that leaves 70 percent of fans in Los Angeles blacked out.
2. The Lakers sign guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to a one-year, $18 million deal. Caldwell-Pope, 24, spent the first four years of his career with the Detroit Pistons.
3. Michael Jordan has joined the investment group led by Derek Jeter that is trying to purchase the Miami Marlins.
4. Former MLB pitcher Livian Hernandez has filed for bankruptcy in Florida.
5. The Cleveland Cavaliers signed forward Jeff Green, who averaged 9.2 points last year with the Orlando Magic.
6. “Stephens is no longer with Arcadia. He’s back with Muir.” – MVS Commenter “Anonymous.”
7. Pomona 2017 non-league schedule: @Sunny Hills, Arlington, @El Rancho, @Claremont, @Northview (Covina District Field), @Azusa (Citrus College).
8. El Rancho LB Robert Gomez 2016 stats, junior year: 59 total tackles, (31 solo).
9. Happy Birthday to former NBA guard Anthony “Spud” Webb who turns 54 today. Webb, 5’7″, won the Slam Dunk contest in 1986.
10. “I don’t play small. You have to go out and play with what you have. I admit I used to want to be tall. But I made it in high school, college, and now the pros. So it doesn’t matter.” – Spud Webb.