Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, I've spent my life in the gold and purple valleys of Lakerland, and how sweet it is to have tasted 16 championships!
Although I've cheered for the likes of Magic Johnson, Nick Van Exel, and Kobe Bryant, in middle school, I was sensitive and sympathetic to the fan deprived LA Clippers. So in the sixth grade, I decided to hand my loyalties to the Elton Brand, Andre Miller, and Lamar Odom led Clippers. Through the years, my hopes and aspirations for the Clips have been beaten to a pulp, but - thankfully - patience and a little good luck charm in the name of Blake Griffin came along the way. With Chris Paul (hopefully he'll resign) running the helm, Clipper Nation is finally in the mix for a title run.
Although I watch football and baseball on the off season, I live and die by fantasy basketball. If you have any questions, leave me a message and I'll be more than happy to give you my thoughts! Please leave comments! I'm always happy to hear different opinions!
Thank you very much for the edits and helpful feedback
Thanks for the edits
Thanks for the editing, Philip. One editor to another, it's appreciated.
Thanks for the editing help and feedback.
Thanks for the edits and the time you took to explain the writing tips, it is much appreciated. Thanks again.
Thanks lot for the appreciation and the edits mate
Phillip, you really need to get with Tim and see if words like "it" truly need to be capitalized in headlines. For ex., I capitalized it but the last person who edited the piece before you changed it and chastized me for it (in a nice way).
Thank you for the edits and your valuable inputs.
Philip, you really f*cked up my article friend. Hak-Ju Lee is a minor laegue SS for the Cubs, and you changed it to Derrek Lee which made me look bad. You should NOT be editing baseball articles.
Can you also clarify which Aramis Ramirez you are referring to? The old one or the most recently required one?
I don't know what you mean Philip. There is only one Aramis Ramirez. Who is the "recently required (think you mean 'acquired') one"?