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LOS ANGELES — It rhymes with indeed, or friend in need.
The NBA has enough under-25 stars to fill up several red carpets. Maybe the league can loan Joel Embiid to the NFL, or some other distressed business that seeks a savior.
On Wednesday night, in a building that has celebrated two NBA championships, two Stanley Cups, Adele and Taylor Swift, Embiid stapled a new page in league history. He also punched a hole in the Lakers, or at least in their delusions that they’re anywhere close to catching up to the times.
Ordinarily you’d need a whole frontcourt to put together
By Jeong Park
Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer now boasts three Big West Conference championships and NCAA tournament bids in the last four years.
The team’s past four Big West championship games — including one loss — were all close.
A double overtime win in 2014. A 1-0 win in 2015. A double overtime loss in 2016. A penalty kick win in 2017.
“It’s nerve wrecking,” head coach George Kuntz said. “Everybody’s on the edge of their seat.”
CSUF (10-7-4, 5-4-2 in Big West) defeated UC Davis 4-3 in penalty kicks on Saturday to clinch the Big West Tournament Championship and an automatic bid
The past three seasons have seen USC enter its rivalry game against UCLA with its Pac-12 South championship aspirations also at stake.
Last season, the Trojans defeated the Bruins to stay in contention behind Colorado in the race, before entering the final weekend of the regular season. When they prevailed in 2015, their victory clinched the division.
Then there was 2014, when the Trojans were eliminated from contention by a Brett Hundley-led bunch.
This Saturday will differ.
USC has already wrapped up the Pac-12 South, following last weekend’s 38-24 victory at Colorado, and will appear in the conference championship next month. The 87th
var _informq = _informq || ; _informq.push([“embed”]); TORONTO — The seating arrangement for the Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony had Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne sitting next to each other in the front row and it couldn’t have been more appropriate.
They were together. As they should be. As they were across six wondrous seasons together with the then-Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. As they have been in the weeks and the days leading up to their enshrinement, their official entrance into the gates of hockey immortality.
The two biggest stars of an expansion-era franchise that’s now firmly into its