Tag Archives: Magic Johnson
By Tim Peterson The Final Four was announced this week with Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama making the cut. Cajon got screwed.
So Temple City isn’t folding its football program. Great news. By hiring an on campus teacher as the head coach the administration has at least shown that they are interested in creating some consistency and some interest in a program that desperately needs it.
By Tim Peterson It’s a different game now. Boston’s Kevin McHale clothes lined the Lakers’ Kurt Rambis in the 1984 NBA Finals and all he received was a personal foul.
By Tim Peterson I said it on draft day and I’ll say it again. The Lakers missed it when they passed on Jahlil Okafor. They drafted D’Angelo Russell not only because they liked his game but also with the thought that something else was coming – namely a big man.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
And the Clippers thought it was hard to get free agents to sign before. They may never get another one after Donald Sterling’s latest comments. In fact they might have trouble signing draft picks. If nothing else this proves without a doubt that they are cursed. In the midst of potentially their greatest season ever, […]
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
When I see those guys peddling tickets on Stadium Way while I’m driving into the Dodger game a thought always enters my head. It might not be cool but it would be funny and it might teach these guys to get real jobs.
Magic Johnson, in my humble opinion, is the best basketball player ever. As a 6’9” point guard he literally changed the game. He’s only the only player I’ve ever seen that could score only two points and still dominate a game. He had the ability to make everybody around him great. He won five championships […]
There are a lot of surprising things that have happened on the sporting scene in the last week. The Lakers have gone 4-1 without Kobe Bryant, the Kings have jumped out to a 3-0 series lead on Vancouver and the Dodgers are off to a 9-1 start to open the 2012 season.