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  • Report: Chargers Will Exercise Option to Relocate to Los Angeles

    Report: Chargers Will Exercise Option to Relocate to Los Angeles

    It’s unofficially official. The Chargers are moving to Los Angeles. Probably. At the NFL owners meeting in January the Chargers were granted the option to relocate to L.A., with a deadline of January 15, 2017. According to sources who spoke to ESPN’s Jim Trotter, “barring a miracle,” the team is expected to exercise that option […]

  • Here Nine Name Suggestions for Relocated Los Angeles NFL Team (Pics)

    Here Nine Name Suggestions for Relocated Los Angeles NFL Team (Pics)

    On Monday the Rams, Raiders, and Chargers all filed applications for relocation to Los Angeles. Now we just have to sit around and wait for the other NFL owners to make their decision. Of course, whichever team gets to move to La-la-land, they almost certainly will NOT be changing their name. The Rams and Raiders […]

  • Corey Brewer Gets Nothing But Rim on His Dunk Attempt (Video)

    Corey Brewer Gets Nothing But Rim on His Dunk Attempt (Video)

    While the Clippers-Rockets series was shaping up to be a good one at 2-1 in favor of the Clippers, it looks like a hard dose of reality set in for the Rockets last night as they lost to Los Angeles by 33 points, 128-95. If you’re looking for a metaphor for last night’s outing, look no […]

  • Inglewood Approves $2 Billion Development Plan for LA Football Stadium

    Inglewood Approves $2 Billion Development Plan for LA Football Stadium

    You might only know Inglewood as a city name-checked in Tupac’s “California Love.” If you’re old enough, you may even remember it as the LA neighborhood that housed the Lakers and the Forum prior to their move to Staples Center downtown. But now, thanks to a few parties, we could begin to know it as […]

  • LA Graffiti Artists Honor Stuart Scott With Mural (Pic)

    LA Graffiti Artists Honor Stuart Scott With Mural (Pic)

    Stuart Scott is gone at the much-too-early age of 49, but we continue to remember him.  The latest to do so is a group of LA graffiti artists, who painted an awesome mural with Scott’s portrait and his popular phrase “Boo Ya,” somewhere on a wall in Los Angeles. Jonas Never was the one who tweeted […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 5/2/12 — Jered Weaver

    Stat Line Of The Night — 5/2/12 — Jered Weaver

    We are just about one month into the 2012 MLB season and already we have been treated to two no-hitters.  The first was of the perfect-game variety, as Phil Humber was flawless against the Seattle Mariners on April 21st.  The second came last night, as the Angels’ Jered Weaver came just short of a perfect […]

  • Gene Simmons Was On The Los Angeles Kings’ Kiss Cam (Video)

    Gene Simmons Was On The Los Angeles Kings’ Kiss Cam (Video)

    The Los Angeles Kings turned their “Kiss Cam” into the “KISS Cam” on Monday night, as KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons made an appearance on the screen during the popular jumbotron segment.  He would go on to respect the rules of the game, sticking his unusually long tongue down the throat of his wife, Shannon Tweed. […]

  • Introducing The Lingerie Basketball League (Videos)

    Introducing The Lingerie Basketball League (Videos)

    A few years back someone came up with the brilliant idea of having gorgeous women dress up in skimpy lingerie and play football.  The Lingerie Football League has been quite the success ever since.  Now it appears as though someone is taking a similar approach with the game of basketball, and with the 2011-12 NBA […]

  • Could Shaq Have Saved Notorious B.I.G.’s Life? (Video)

    Could Shaq Have Saved Notorious B.I.G.’s Life? (Video)

    Fourteen years ago yesterday, the rap game was dealt a vicious blow when Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. The Notorious B.I.G., was murdered in Los Angeles following the Soul Train Music Awards.  It will forever be remembered as the day the music industry lost one of its brightest young stars, but could it all have been avoided? […]

  • Maybe Next Year: The 9 Worst Sports Cities in America (To Visit)

    Maybe Next Year: The 9 Worst Sports Cities in America (To Visit)

    Without the sour, you can’t appreciate the sweet. Or some-such horseshit. Actually, I think we can all agree that our sports appetites would be just fine if these cities would know their role and just shut their mouths for a mad minute, as they’re not hanging banners and frankly, with a couple of exceptions, aren’t […]