Tag Archives: Klay Thompson
The Peterson Principle: 5/27/2017
By Tim Peterson There is still one high school head coaching job open locally. San Gabriel has yet to find a replacement for Joe Ledesma. There have been plenty of names thrown around but nobody has landed as of yet.
The TEN: 6/3/2015
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
Bruins, Trojans among PAC-10 Teams into Postseason Play
By Tony Solorzano UCLA and USC’s season will continue as they join Arizona and Washington as the final representatives of the PAC-10 conference into the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament starting Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio, while Cal and Washington State will represent the conference in the NIT Tournament.
Thomas Hits Buzzer-Beater; Huskies Repeat as PAC-10 Champs
By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – A spectacular buzzer-beater in overtime by Washington’s Isaiah Thomas propelled the Huskies to a 77-75 victory over Arizona Saturday afternoon to claim their second consecutive PAC-10 title at the Pacific Life Pac-10 Basketball Tournament at Staples Center.
Huskies Hold on as Cougar Comeback Falls Short
By Tony Solorzano (Los Angeles) – a 43-point output from Klay Thompson was not enough to get Washington State past their in-state rivals as Washington held on for a 89-87 victory to advance to the Semifinals of the Pacific Life PAC-10 Tournament Thursday night at Staples Center.
The Peterson Principle 3/8/11
It’s bad when an athlete gets in trouble. When you think about the missed opportunities, blown chances and spoiled dreams that come with bad decisions it’s tragic.