Clippers Patrick Beverly Partners with Honey to offer Clippers Fans Gameday Tickets for $10

This is easily the most anticipated season in the history of the Los Angeles Clippers organization. Their off-season acquisitions of last season’s NBA Finals MVP and 2-time Champion Kawhi Leonard in addition to 6 Time All Star and 4 Time All Defensive team member Paul George propels this team to the top of NBA’s Western Conference leaders. Clippers guard, tough, hard nose, defensive tone setter partners with sponsor to offer their diehard fans special ticket pricing for this upcoming season.Patrick Beverley and the Clippers’ newest partner, Honey has launched the “Honey’s Steal of a Deal” ticket campaign, which will give Clippers fans the opportunity to purchase $10 tickets for each home game during the 2019-20 NBA regular season.

Atatiana Jefferson, Killed by Police Officer in Her Own Home

“Nobody looked at this video and said there’s any doubt that this officer acted inappropriately,” Forth Worth Police Chief Ed Kraus noted. “I was going to fire [Dean] even before he quit. We had already taken his badge and weapon. There were violations in his use of force, and he didn’t follow de-escalation protocols. His conduct was unprofessional. There are times for officers to act as warriors and defenders, and there are times for them to act as public servants and humble servants.”

Rams Have Tough One at Home

The Los Angeles Rams started out like gangbusters against San Francisco. Rolling down the field with no passes on the drive. Malcolm Brown and Robert Woods were the only two Rams to rush on a 7 play 56 yards drive. Woods took it to the endzone on an end around.

Los Angeles Chargers fans outmanned at Their Home Stadium

In consecutive weeks the Los Angeles Chargers fans have been outnumbered in their stadium. As Dignity Health Spark Park has become a home away from home for most Chargers opponents this season. Whether the presence, or lack thereof, of a Chargers fan base during their “home” games is an indictment of NFL fans in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Chargers fans themselves or the Chargers management for not doing enough to develop a fan base in the competitive Los Angeles market.

Black News Channel (BNC) TV Launches in America

BNC, which officially launches at 6 a.m. on Friday, November 15, 2019 has agreements with Charter Communications, Comcast and DISH TV. The network already has commitments for carriage in major African American hubs like Atlanta, New York City, Chicago, New Orleans, Houston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Washington, DC, Baltimore and Los Angeles.

NBA Legend Michael Jordan Pledges $1 Million to Bahamas

The former Chicago Bulls great has pledged $1 million to help the Bahamas in its efforts to recover from Hurricane Dorian. “I am devastated to see the destruction that Hurricane Dorian has brought to the Bahamas, where I own property and visit frequently,” Jordan said in a statement. “My heart goes out to everyone who is suffering and to those who have lost loved ones,” he said.

Trojans Fight Hard

USC went into South Bend as 10 point underdogs against Notre Dame. They showed a lot of grit in fighting back from a 14 point halftime deficit before falling to the Irish 30-27.

Festival to Highlight Black ‘Films with a Purpose’

“It is critical for black filmmakers to share their talent,” says program founder, Sandra Evers-Manly.  “We must create avenues that allow people to express themselves through the arts. In my opinion, film is one of the most powerful mediums of art there is. The goal is to make sure that black artists are in an industry that is welcoming; an inclusive industry where they don’t have to fight to tell their stories. We have seen some breakthrough but still have a long way go.”

IN MEMORIAM: Legendary Morgan State and New York Knicks Assistant Coach: Nat Frazier Passes Away at 84

“My dad was a bigger believer in good basketball… basketball was basketball to him, and I think he recognized early the impact that women could make, before a lot of other people did,” said Nathaniel Frazier’s son, Kevin. “He loved and appreciated the contributions that women could make in basketball and even though his particular franchise didn’t exactly work out, he was still so supportive of the WNBA.”

Poll of Likely Voters Shows Rising Student Debt Problems: Weakened Borrower Protections, Blocked Debt Relief Cited

The Department of Education seems to be making it easier for for-profit colleges and servicers to take advantage of students,” said Debbie Goldstein, CRL Executive Vice President. “We need a Department of Education that holds for-profit institutions accountable for abusive practices and a CFPB with a division that protects borrowers from predatory student loan servicers

One-on-One with Judge Tammy Kemp

I Messenger Media (Texas Metro News/Garland Journal/I Messenger) sat down recently with Judge Tammy Kemp to discuss criticism she has received as a result of her actions following the conclusion of the Amber Guyger murder trial last week. On October 1, 2019, Ms. Guyger, a former Dallas police officer, was convicted by a Dallas County jury of murder for fatally shooting 26-year-old Botham Shem Jean, in his apartment at the Southside Flats on September 6, 2018. Ms. Guyger claimed self-defense as she said she thought she was in her apartment and that Mr. Jean was an intruder. Mr. Jean’s apartment, #1478, was located on the fourth floor and Guyger’s apartment, #1378, was located directly beneath his on the third floor.