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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.

Environmental Justice Advocates Say Climate Change isn’t a ‘White Thing’

"Far too often it is our communities – Black and Brown communities – that are not prepared enough, resilient enough, or adaptive enough when climate disasters hit," Mabson said. "We look at the devastating impacts from Hurricane Katrina, and more recently Hurricane's Maria, Harvey, and Dorian, and we see communities that look like ours, nearly destroyed," said Michelle Mabson, a staff scientist for the Healthy Communities Program at Earthjustice.

Chargers Training Camp Lessons Help Build Trust

The mark of any good and successful endeavor are those that force us to learn from our experiences. The same would be true for any team dynamic and their growth. This is no different for the Los Angeles Chargers. Learning for their past and implementing those shared learning experiences into game action leads to trust, playing time and big plays.

Clippers Open Up Camp for Their 2019- 2020 Season

With the 2019- 2020 National Basketball Association’s season quickly approaching, excitement for the LA Clippers has reached an all-time high. The addition of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George this offseason, to a playoff team from a season ago, makes the Clippers one of the favorites in the tough Western Conference. These Clippers seemingly have all that a team needs to be crowned Champions of this upcoming NBA Season.

Rams Rally Falls Short

The L.A. Rams fell in a hole big time vs. the Tampa Bay Bucs trailing 21-0 in the first half. Rams QB Jarred Goff threw for a career high 517 yards but they came along with 3 interceptions in a 55-40 setback to the Bucs (2-2).

Lakers Media Day 2019

A year ago there was a huge buzz surrounding Lakers Media Day with the arrive of LeBron James to Los Angeles being matched with a group of young up and coming and rather unproven Laker teammates. This year there was still a buzz, but that buzz was LeBron being matched with another superstar in 6’10” Anthony Davis to make one of the top (if not the top) duo in the NBA this year with a team full of established veterans.