1. Ervin Santana Returns to All-Star Form Against Oakland A's

    The Los Angeles Angels finally got the pitching performance they have been waiting for this season. Ervin Santana who struggled mightily through the first half came out guns blazing Thursday night...

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  2. Angels' Young Stars Shine Bright before All-Star Break

    It's no secret that the Los Angeles Angels have been riddled with more injuries this year than any other team in baseball...

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  3. The Lakers Will Get the Absolute Most Out of Ron Artest

    All the pieces are in the right place for the Lakers to get the best out of Ron Artest.Ron Artest took a pay cut to come to L.A. for one reason—he knows this is his best chance to get a ring...

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  4. Three Reasons Why Torii Hunter Is the A.L. MVP of the First Half

    No player has been more valuable to his team this year than Torii Hunter. Hunter has always been a great player and a great leader; these are facts. This season, however, he has taken his game to the next level when his team desperately needed it...

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  5. The Lakers Need Trevor Ariza, and Trevor Ariza Needs the Lakers

    For the past two days, I have been hearing reports about Trevor Ariza leaving the Lakers. The reason he is about to leave is because the Lakers are refusing to give him more than the mid-level exception, which is $5...

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  6. Los Angeles Angels Looking To Turn Things Around

    The Los Angeles Angels have not been very fortunate through the first half of the MLB season. No team has had to deal with the same amount of key injuries or the tragic death of a young star on the rise...

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  7. Angels/Dodgers: What I Learned About The Freeway Series

    This weekend I attended my first Dodgers and Angels game. It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Anaheim, and the stadium was sold out...

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  8. Hedo Turkoglu: Why the Magic Can Let Him Go

    I know Magic fans are kind of worried about the fact that Hedo Turkoglu is going to opt out of his contract. I'm here to tell those fans it might not be such a bad thing. The Magic have a lot of shooting...

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  9. Congratulations To The 2009 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers

    Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers haven't silenced their critics, but they sure have made them look pretty stupid. Even after Kobe won the title no one said he would get people are still looking for ways to put him down...

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  10. Lakers-Magic: The NBA Finals, Where Kryptonite Happens

    Well, it's safe to say the Lakers stole another game from the Magic. Superman Dwight Howard had some kryptonite thrown his way in the form of free-throws with 10.6 seconds left...

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  11. Lakers-Magic: What Los Angeles Must Do in Game Four

    Game Three was exactly what Orlando wanted. Yes the Lakers shot the ball well, but I think it's pretty clear the Lakers don’t want to get into a shoot-out with the Magic...

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  12. Taking Another Look at the NBA Finals From an Orlando Perspective

    Tonight is Orlando's last chance to get into this series. They had their chance Sunday night, but could not capitalize. By the way, no one should blame Courtney Lee. That was an extremely tough shot and to hit it would have been incredible...

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  13. The Great Debate Still Inconclusive

    According to the Association's front office, the NBA playoffs are where amazing happens. Since the start of the playoffs, we've had images of Kobe and LeBron burned into our eye balls...

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  14. Why I Love The San Diego Chargers

    Growing up in Orange County i had the Rams in Anaheim and the Raiders in Los Angeles. I really didn't like either of those teams and when they moved i really did not care...

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  15. How Much Confidence Do The Chargers Have In Norv Turner?

    It's no secret that Charger fans are very skeptical of Norv Turner and the San Diego coaching staff. Since the departure of Marty Schottenheimer after a 14-2 season the Chargers have been struggling to find an identity...

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  16. The Return Of Shawne Merriman

    The most devastating injury the Chargers had to endure in 2009 was the loss of Shawne Merriman. After watching the defense get torched time and time again last season it was easy to see how much Merriman was missed...

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  17. San Diego Chargers Looking for Better Execution in 2009

    The struggles the Chargers had in 2008 were well publicized throughout the NFL. In 2009, the Chargers come out with mostly the same strategy, while hoping for better execution...

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  18. 2009 Chargers Look To Take Advantage of Weak AFC West

    The AFC West was one of the two worst divisions in football last year. The San Diego Chargers were able to recover from a dismal 4-8 start to win the division with an 8-8 record...

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  19. San Diego Chargers Look to 2009 for Much Needed Defensive Improvement.

    After the 2008 season the biggest question facing the San Diego Chargers is: Can they create a successful pass rush? The Chargers had an extremely up-and-down season in 2008...

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