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We Salute Veterans Day to David Grace – “Retired Veteran Now A Rising Star In The College Coaching Ranks”


By Chris Ramirez,

Today UCLA Assistant Coach David Grace will be celebrating Veterans day by getting for his Bruins season opener as they play Paciffic. Grace spend 20 years in the Air Force in which he served our country; currently is currently serving as an Assistant Coach for one of the most historical basketball programs of all time. A native of Aberdeen, Maryland and a graduate from Park University, David Grace is one of the top assistant coaches in college basketball.

Lynx Even The Series of the WNBA Finals

Maya Moore - Credit USA Today

Maya Moore – Credit USA Today

By Larry Sanderson,

Lead by their leader Maya Moore the Minnesota Lynx’s force a fifth and deciding game Thursday at the Target Center where the LA Sparks have already won twice this season including game one of this series.

The Sparks are One Game Close To the WNBA Title

Candace Parker; Credit - Getty Images

Candace Parker; Credit – Getty Images

By Larry Sanderson,

The Los Angeles Sparks are one game away from the title with 92 to 75 win over the defending champion Minnesota Lynx’s to take a two games to one lead in the series. They could wrap up their first title since 2002 and the first in Candice Parker era on Sunday back at Staple Center.

Sparks Take Game Two!

By Larry Sanderson,

The LA Sparks race out a 27 to 11 second quarter outburst to lead 55 to 38 at the half and the Chicago Sky was never able to recover as the Sparks take a two game to none lead with a 99 to 84 win over the Sky in game 2 at the Staples Center Friday night.

Five Celebrity Artists/Actors That Could Play in the NBA

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart

By Reuven Gonzales,

Athletes want to be rappers, and rappers want to be athletes. Time and time again, we see this to be true. Most recently, players like J.R. Smith, Iman Shumpert, and Damian Lillard have released rap tracks that have made their way around the internet. Even the Los Angeles Lakers’ dynamic duo of the early 2000’s, Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant, each tried their hand in the music industry at one point. So athletes have proven that they can’t rap, but can rappers play ball? Here are 5 celebrities that might have a shot in the NBA.