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Dodgers are linked to Edwin Diaz

Levon Satamian  | July 24th, 2019

The Dodgers could trade for Edwin Diaz prior to the trade deadline, per Buster Olney. Continue reading

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NBA Rumors: New Orleans Pelicans could trade Brandon Ingram for ‘All-Star type player’

Levon Satamian| July 16th, 2019

Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, and Josh Hart were traded to the New Orleans Pelicans a few months ago for Anthony Davis.

Brandon Ingram is the best talent out of those three players, and he’s proven it with the Lakers. In the last six games before getting injured, post-All-Star break, Ingram averaged 28.9 points per game, as a second option on the offensive end. If the Pelicans utilize Ingram correctly, he could be a special player, and one they would regret trading. Continue reading

USWNT Trumps the White House by Declining Invite

Levon Satamian | June 28th, 2019

The USWNT defeated Spain 2-1, advancing to the quarterfinals against France. 

On Tuesday, a reporter asked Megan Rapinoe, if she was excited about going to the White House, she immediately said, “I’m not going to the f*cking White House,” adding that she hardly expects to even be invited.   Continue reading

Lakers Free Agency Targets

Levon Satamian | June 26th, 2019

Free agency is less than a week away, and the Lakers will look to make a splash, after acquiring Anthony Davis.

The Lakers can possibly sign a player such as Kawhi Leonard, Jimmy Butler, or Kyrie Irving. Kawhi Leonard should be the only player that the Lakers give a max contract to if they have enough money to offer a max contract. But, the Lakers have another option as well. They can aim to sign D’Angelo Russell, and significant role players such as Patrick Beverley, and Brook Lopez. Continue reading

Dodgers Top Ten Second Baseman of All-Time

Levon Satamian| June 21st, 2019

The Los Angeles Dodgers have had many great talents over the years. I am going to take a look back at the top ten Dodgers of All-Time in each position, starting with the second basemen. Continue reading