Oakland, CA – It took only thirty-nine years for the Golden State Warriors to clinch the Pacific Division. Not to negate their back-to-back playoff appearances in the last two years. But the 122-108 victory over [...]
Oh, how you hate to lose! You hate it so much, in fact, that it’s not really an option: you’ll do anything and work hardest to make sure that you’re not finishing last. It’s [...]
Mayor Tom Butt led dozens of young baseball and softball players last Saturday as they marched through Richmond streets in the annual 2015 Richmond Little League Opening Day Parade.
Sacramento, CA – After a grueling road trip the Kings returned home for another disappointing defeat. The Hawks who hold the best record in the East were without two of their All-Stars. Yet, they beat [...]
Las Vegas, the mecca for boxing, hosted the first series of fights in the Premier Boxing Championship (PBC) boxing series this past weekend at the MGM’s Grand Garden Arena.
Santa Clara, CA – His last words after the final game of the season wasn’t I’m thinking about retirement. The day the Forty-Niners cleaned out their lockers, Willis again stated that he had about five [...]
By Dr. Larry E. Moore Ralph Walker has been a dedicated coach for over a decade with his program, the Don Grant Alameda Point Youth Track Club. He has coached and motivated youth around [...]
Sacramento, CA – DeMarcus Cousins sat out with a sprained left ankle and bruised left hip. Without him in the lineup the Kings were unable to contain the San Antonio Spurs who ended their four-game [...]
Sacramento, CA – Its been a tumultuous year. After firing two coaches this season the Kings finally found their man. Sacramento introduced their third head coach, George Karl yesterday. With thirty games remaining in the [...]
Sacramento, CA – Another disappointing night and the frustration continues to mount. After a strong start, the Kings had no answer to the best team in the Western Conference. The Warriors swept the season series [...]