CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021: Vegas Baby! USA Stuns El Tri, 1-0 In Extra Time

LAS VEGAS, NV – To paraphrase the words of the late Raiders owner, Marc Davis, El Tri’s dreams of continuing their soccer dominance over their longtime rival, the United States died in The Death Star in a thrilling 1-0 win over Mexico. In front of a pro-Mexican crowd of 65,000 inside the Allegiant Stadium defender… Continue reading CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021: Vegas Baby! USA Stuns El Tri, 1-0 In Extra Time

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Interviews and Features: Q and A With Model and Influencer, Jarry Lee

They say that those who don’t learn from their history are born to repeat it. Sadly, the ugly chapter of Asian-American hate is being repeated in both the United States and the world. According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, hate crimes against Asian and Pacfifc Islanders rose 107 percent in California post-COVID.… Continue reading Interviews and Features: Q and A With Model and Influencer, Jarry Lee

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2021 NBA Draft: Biggest Draft Day Winners and Losers

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – With the 2021 NBA Draft now in the books, lottery teams such as the Detroit Pistons, Houston Rockets and the Cleveland Cavaliers helped themselves in various ways over draft weekend. Below are the biggest winners of the 2021 NBA Draft! Winners: Detroit Pistons – Without question, one of the the biggest winners… Continue reading 2021 NBA Draft: Biggest Draft Day Winners and Losers

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Russell Westbrook: Lakers Close To Landing Wizards PG For Kuzma, Caldwell-Pope, Harrell and 21’ First Round Pick

EL SEGUNDO, CA – According to ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, the Los Angeles Lakers are closing in on a deal to land Washington Wizards point guard Russell Westbrook Westbrook, the modern-day Oscar Robertson, has led the league in triple doubles since being drafted fourth overall by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 2008 NBA Draft… Continue reading Russell Westbrook: Lakers Close To Landing Wizards PG For Kuzma, Caldwell-Pope, Harrell and 21’ First Round Pick

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2021 NBA Draft: Could Australian PG Josh Giddey Be in Play For The Golden State Warriors at No.7?

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – With the 2021 NBA Draft hours away, 19-year-old Australian hoops phenom, Josh Giddey has quickly emerged into arguably the biggest wildcard on draft night. Giddey, a 6’8, 185-pound point guard from the Australian NBL club, Adelaide 36ers, led the NBL in assists with 7.4 per game while averaging 10.9 points a game.… Continue reading 2021 NBA Draft: Could Australian PG Josh Giddey Be in Play For The Golden State Warriors at No.7?

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Tornberg Headshots: How Model & Photographer Maria Tornberg Is Helping Actors and Models With Everything From Branding To Headshots And Talent Representation

“Just like a musician must learn to play her instrument, you must learn to play yours, and your instrument; is you” – Maria Tornberg A former international fashion model and actress with 30 years’ experience in front and behind the camera and credits like Super Troopers, Two and a Half Men and Days Of Our… Continue reading Tornberg Headshots: How Model & Photographer Maria Tornberg Is Helping Actors and Models With Everything From Branding To Headshots And Talent Representation

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2021 NBA Mock Draft: Cade Cunningham To Pistons A Done Deal?

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – With the 2021 NBA Draft roughly 72 hours away, the final draft looks to be coming into focus. Is projected top overall pick Cade Cunningham a lock to go first overall to the Detroit Pistons? Cunningham, a 6’8 guard out of Oklahoma State, with an early NBA comp to Paul George, averaged… Continue reading 2021 NBA Mock Draft: Cade Cunningham To Pistons A Done Deal?

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2021 NBA Draft: Can Evan Mobley Be The New Center of Attention for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – With the 2021 NBA Draft fast approaching, it appears that the Cleveland Cavaliers have their sights on USC big man, Evan Mobley. Mobley, a 7’0 215-pound center out of San Diego, averaged 16.4 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.9 blocks a game while shooting 57.8 percent from the floor in his lone year… Continue reading 2021 NBA Draft: Can Evan Mobley Be The New Center of Attention for the Cleveland Cavaliers?

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CFB Realignment: What A Texas Longhorns & Oklahoma Sooners Move To The SEC Means For College Football

DALLAS, TX – With reports of Big 12 powerhouses Oklahoma and Texas expressing interest in moving to the Southeastern Conference, college football could be changed the way fans know it forever. Fresh off of winning another college football title over longtime foil, Ohio State, the SEC looks to get potentially richer in adding two of… Continue reading CFB Realignment: What A Texas Longhorns & Oklahoma Sooners Move To The SEC Means For College Football

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Cleveland Guardians: Dropping Of ‘Indians’ Nickname Long Overdue

CLEVELAND, OH — In an announcement that was expected, the Cleveland Indians are no more, and will now be rebranded as the Guardians effective following the 2021 season. Long overdue, thanks to the MLB leveraging the 2019 All-Star Game, the removal and disassociation from Chief Wahoo and the “woke” culture that was awakened following the… Continue reading Cleveland Guardians: Dropping Of ‘Indians’ Nickname Long Overdue

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