Clippers’ Amir Coffey inspired by Sparks’ Nia Coffey

LOS ANGELES — From Minnetonka, Minnesota, to Los Angeles, California – oh, the places that orange ball has taken the Coffey kids. Amir Coffey – an athletic wing on a two-way contract – has spent his first season-plus working to gain a foothold with the Clippers. Last week, another of L.A.’s other professional basketball teams announced that it brought aboard a member of the Coffey family: The Sparks signed his older sister, Nia Coffey, to a training camp deal. Like her 23-year-old brother, Nia i...
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UC Irvine rides Brad Greene’s defense past Cal Poly, into Big West semis

UC Irvine’s DJ Davis drives on Cal Poly’s Keith Smith during their Big West Tournament quarterfinal on Thursday night at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. UCI won, 58-51, and will play in a semifinal Friday at 9 p.m. (Photo courtesy of Big West Conference) UC Irvine’s Collin Welp takes a shot over a Cal Poly defender during their Big West Tournament quarterfinal on Thursday night at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Welp had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the Anteaters’ 58-51 win. (Photo courtesy of Big West...
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Leafs Report Cards: Toronto sticks with it, overcomes Hellebuyck in thrilling OT win

Holy Hellebuyck. That was one of the most entertaining Leafs games I’ve covered. After two periods, the scoring chances were 30-13 Toronto, yet the score was 2-1 Winnipeg. Connor Hellebuyck was again having one of Those Nights. The Leafs ended up finally scoring again in the third period, took the lead, lost it, then a […] The post Leafs Report Cards: Toronto sticks with it, overcomes Hellebuyck in thrilling OT win appeared first on Maple Leafs Hotstove.
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Report cites multiple problems with LAPD’s response to last summer’s George Floyd unrest

Los Angeles Police Department officers deployed to manage civil unrest sparked last summer by the death of George Floyd lacked sufficient training in less-lethal weapons used and arrested people for infractions even though they should have been cited and released instead, according to a report prepared by a team of former LAPD officers and other law enforcement officials. The 101-page report, released Wednesday, March 10, found that many officers were not properly trained in crowd-control tactic...
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Videos- After Beating Tampa 6-4 Tonight

First in line is Dyaln Larkin followed by the game highlights below.  I will update this post with more videos soon.   Let's hear from the captain, Dylan Larkin, after the Red Wings defeat the Lightning 6-4 at Little Caesars Arena. #LGRW — FOX Sports Detroit (@FOXSportsDet) March 12, 2021 Continue reading "Videos- After Beating Tampa 6-4 Tonight"
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Quick Recap- Detroit Red Wings/Tampa Bay Lightning

What's going on?  Three goals in the 1st for Detroit, two goals in the 2nd and Detroit lead 5-2 after forty minutes. The Lightning made it 5-3 with a little more than four minutes left and added another goal with 2:55 left in regulation. With 19. seconds left, Detroit adds an empty-net goal to make the final 6-4. Detroit goals, a Bernier key save and an Adam Erne fight can be watched below. Continue reading "Quick Recap- Detroit Red Wings/Tampa Bay Lightning"
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South Africa Women opt to bowl against unchanged India, Luus misses out because of illness

Laura Wolvaardt leads South Africa in Luus' absence as the visitors make four changes in all with Trisha Chetty also injured
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Tasmania race to double bonus-point win as South Australia misery continues

The Redbacks were bundled out for 104 with the entire match lasting less than 50 overs
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Van Noy Release A Reminder Free Agency Is Buyer Beware

We are less than a week away from free agency. Teams are releasing players and readjusting contracts to get under the NFL salary cap and create more room to spend by next week. With the salary cap shrinking to $182.5 million due to the pand
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Dodgers rally in the rain to tie Mariners

THE GAME: The Dodgers scored twice in the fifth inning to tie the Seattle Mariners, 4-4, in a game cut to seven innings on Thursday night at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz. PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Trevor Bauer stumbled through his first two innings, retiring just three of the first 11 batters he faced. The first inning was rolled over after Bauer hit a batter and issued three walks (forcing in a run) while retiring just one. Through two innings, he had thrown 48 pitches while walking fo...
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Japan’s Kobayashi apologises for saying referee threatened to kill him

Tokyo (AFP) – Japan midfielder Yuki Kobayashi has apologised to Qatar officials for a “misunderstanding”, after he accused a referee of threatening to kill him. Kobayashi, who plays for Qatar Stars League side Al-Khor, said... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Joe Cruz | Ride for more #RideforMore #Karoo2 @profJoeCruz @hammerheadrides

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Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Leafs 4 vs. Jets 3 (OT): “I thought William Nylander had his best game of the season today… He was outstanding”

Sheldon Keefe addressed the media after his team’s come-from-behind overtime win over the Winnipeg Jets, improving the Leafs’ record to 19-7-2 on the season. On the team sticking with it despite Hellebuyck’s outstanding performance: I would say it was just staying with it and continuing to work for our opportunities. We had talked about it. […] The post Sheldon Keefe Post Game, Leafs 4 vs. Jets 3 (OT): “I thought William Nylander had his best game of the season today… He was outstanding” appeare...
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Jiangsu captain bids emotional farewell to fallen China champions

Shanghai (AFP) – Jiangsu FC captain Wu Xi said he had “thousands of emotions” as he left the collapsed champions to join Chinese Super League rivals Shanghai Shenhua. The 32-year-old Chinese international returns to his... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Australia have an eye on pace to stay ahead of the pack as Tayla Vlaeminck returns

Tayla Vlaeminck is back from injury and the uncapped Darcie Brown is generating plenty of excitement
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Marcus Harris fulfills county cricket ambition by joining Leicestershire

The opener will be available for the County Championship and one-day tournament
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 1,378 new cases, 101 new deaths and 23 fewer hospitalizations as of March 11

Los Angeles public health officials reported 1,378 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,208,024 as of Thursday, March 11. Officials said there were 101 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 22,304 deaths since tracking began. According to official counts, there were 1,1056 hospitalizations as of Thursday. That’s a 87% decrease from the Jan. 7 high of 8,098 people hospitalized. A total of 2,670,855 vaccinations have been administered in the county as o...
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Coaches say spring football is about mental wellness, not wins and losses

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Friday night, when local lights turn bright, it will be 454 days since St. John Bosco defeated De La Salle in the CIF State Open Division title game on Dec. 14, 2019, which became the last glimpse of CIF-sanctioned football in the state for a long time. One year, two months and 26 days later, here we are embarking on a spring football season. Some local teams will play six games, most will play five or fou...
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As Lakers prepare to start second half, LeBron James says, ‘It’s go time’

By the end of an exhausting first half of the season, even LeBron James finally agreed to take a night off. The second half of the slate is only tougher, with 35 games stuffed into 65 days, including eight back-to-backs. But with the All-Star break behind him, the All-Star captain scoffed again when asked if that schedule – which is also graded as one of the toughest remaining for any NBA team – will force him to consider taking additional rest. “No, not for me,” he said, setting his shoulders. ...
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Restaurateurs’ response to LA County red-tier reopening rules: ‘Oh Happy Day!’

For Los Angeles County restaurant owners who have struggled for a year as health guidelines bounced them from full closures to limited outdoor dining only, the news that they could reopen indoor dining as soon as Monday — providing coronavirus metrics turn out as expected — set off celebrations. “Oh Happy Day!” said Donna Duperron, president and CEO of the Torrance Area Chamber of Commerce. County public health officials confirmed Thursday, March 11, that they will permit restaurants to again we...
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Llorente the driving force as Atletico create breathing space in La Liga

Madrid (AFP) – A year since Marcos Llorente launched his career at Anfield, he might be launching Atletico Madrid towards the title.  Two goals against Liverpool in the Champions League was as many as Llorente... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Could PSG really be beaten to Ligue 1 title?

Paris (AFP) – Paris Saint-Germain have won seven of the last eight Ligue 1 titles but there is a real chance this season that the Qatar-owned club could miss out on a prize that usually... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Game 26: Leafs 4 Jets 3 in OT post-game recap

Post-game recap and interviews with Jets players as well as from Coach Maurice. The post Game 26: Leafs 4 Jets 3 in OT post-game recap first appeared on Illegal Curve Hockey.
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Australia have an eye on pace to stay ahead of the pack

Tayla Vlaeminck is back from injury and the uncapped Darcie Brown is generating plenty of excitement
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Lewandowski on brink of next goal-scoring milestone

Berlin (AFP) – Robert Lewandowski can reach another milestone Saturday in his quest to better Gerd Mueller’s all-time record of 40 goals in a Bundesliga season. The Bayern Munich striker bagged a hat-trick in last... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Catholic Church’s direction on Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine raises questions

Despite statements from the Vatican and U.S. bishops that the unprecedented global coronavirus pandemic would make it “morally acceptable” for Roman Catholics to take the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the moral implications of using cell lines derived from an aborted fetus to test and produce the vaccine are being debated with some fearing that it might send a mixed message to the nearly 5 million Catholics in Southern California. Johnson & Johnson, which got the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s...
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UCLA blows double-digit lead, loses to Oregon State in OT in Pac-12 Tournament

LAS VEGAS — Jules Bernard grabbed the rebound with nine seconds to play in overtime, UCLA down by one in its Pac-12 quarterfinal against Oregon State. He ran the length of the court, one defender between him and the basket. The junior guard could driven right at the defender and tried to finish through contact or draw a foul. There had already been 45 fouls called in the game to that point. Instead, Bernard tried to find a teammate on the wing for an open jumper. The pass never found its intende...
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Inglewood mayor hospitalized following ‘cardiac event,’ city confirms

Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. is recovering following a “cardiac event” Monday that required emergency surgery and days of hospitalization, according to city officials. City Manager Artie Fields confirmed the medical emergency Thursday after it was first reported by the blog 2UrbanGirls. “On March 8, Monday evening at approximately 5:30 p.m., Mayor James T. Butts Jr. experienced a cardiac event while in his office at city hall,” Fields said in a statement. “He was transported to UCLA Medica...
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Mount Everest set to reopen to climbers next month

By Gopal Sharma | Reuters Hundreds of climbers are set to return to Mount Everest for the first time next month under strict conditions, government officials and mountaineers said, as the world’s tallest peak reopens after a year closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. More than 300 foreign climbers were likely to attempt to scale the 8,849-meter (29,031-foot) mountain in the peak climbing season beginning in April, tourism department official Mira Acharya said, compared with a record 381 climbe...
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Video Evening Line- Stephen A Smith

Aaawwwwwww Sugar Crackers! Your Boy’s about to get into Hockey. Yes! HOCKEY!!! Check me out! — Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) March 11, 2021
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