USC grad turns passion into a career

Design by Alyssa Shao; Photo courtesy of Aron Cohen Growing up, everyone becomes a fan of something. Whether it’s an artist or a band or an athlete, the bubbly energy of watching them often results in passion. That passion evolves into an obsession, and obsession into a determination to know every single thing about the […]

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With Anthony Davis’ health in question The Lakers are in trouble

During Game 4 of the series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns Sunday, you could feel the tide turning.  After a horrid Game 1 loss, the Lakers, and most importantly forward Anthony Davis, found their rhythm. They bounced back with two victories against the Suns that highlighted their size and depth on […]

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Anthony on LA: Lakers falling into play in tournament is what they need

What’s been more up and down since my last column — the Los Angeles Lakers or Dogecoin? It’s been a little over a month since I wrote about Los Angeles sports and things have been shaky, to say the least. The Lakers have really stunk, holding a record of 8-9 during that time and losing […]

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Road to Repeat: Vogel deserves more credit for keeping Lakers afloat despite injuries

LeBron James carries a certain aura of invincibility. Yes, he can be beaten, but his body has seemed indestructible since the moment he stepped foot onto an NBA court. In his first nine seasons, he missed just 32 regular season games — a mere 3.6 games per season. Very rarely do we see “The King” […]

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Road to Repeat: Lakers shouldn’t be worrying about life after Lebron

LeBron James is 36 years old and has evaded “Father Time” thus far. But every game he plays, every 38-minute night James takes command of his team, feels like it adds another mile onto his odometer. Eventually, the tank that has spurred LeBron on through 18 arduous seasons will run out of gas. “The King” […]

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