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SPORTS COLUMN: NBA All-Star Game put profits over people

By Paul Quick The NBA All-Star Game is an annual gathering of the league’s best players. It typically comes during the mid-season break and, under normal circumstances, it is considered a high point of the season and a great honor to be selected to play in. During the age of COVID-19, however, nothing is normal.

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Los Angeles Lakers win first title in 10 years

After an almost year-long season, the death of a legend and life in the NBA bubble, the Los Angeles Lakers have finally won their first championship since 2010. The moves the team made to get to this very moment have paid off. Trading away four first-round draft picks and several players for Anthony Davis was

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Sports Column: LeBron James should be MVP

By Jesus Coronel After the 2020 NBA season restarted in the Orlando bubble, fans anticipated the results of various awards, especially the Most Valuable Player. There were plenty of players that deserved to win the award. Notable people included Kawhi Leonard, Luka Doncic, James Harden and Damian Lillard. But there were two people that stood

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Sports Column: Professional athletes make important statement

By Daniela Ramirez The Kansas City Chiefs’ big win against the Houston Texans was not only a win for the team, but a win for America before the ball was even kicked off.   Two of the best teams in the NFL took a leap of faith Sept. 10 and showed their support of the Black

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Should NCAA pay their employees?

Travis West | Sports Editor If your last name was being sold in stores, your likeness being used in video games and your athletic performance was bringing in millions of viewers wouldn’t you expect to see a little bit of money? Thats the question that the National Collegiate Athletic Association or the NCAA has been

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