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In The Front Row Hosts Shereen Rayan, Chris Rodriguez and Devin White talk about the NBA, The Dodgers (Kershaw Injury and what the Dodgers should do), and The Drew League (heating up) as well as Kyrie Irving and the NBA
July 22, 2017
Now that Kyrie Irving wants to leave Cleveland, which of the four teams that Kyrie Irving is interested in would be a good fit? Just when we thought the Cleveland Cavaliers summer couldn’t get any worst, Kyrie Irving decides to announce to owner Dan Gilbert that he wants out of Cleveland. The second best team in the NBA has been taking steps backwards this summer. First it was the releaseing of General Manager David Griffin. Then the Cavaliers were not able to sign a marquee free agent, and now Kyrie Irving is saying he wants out of Cleveland. In the Last three years Cleveland has made it to the finals three times and has a record of 1-2 in those three finals appearances. Most players in the NBA dream of making it to the NBA finals at least once in their career, and Kyrie Irving has been three times at the age of only 25 while playing alongside the best player in the NBA LeBron James. Sure Kyrie Irving could continue to go to the NBA finals playing with LeBron, but it seems like Irving wants to do his own thing now. When the news was announced that Kryie Irving […]
July 20, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports USC Trojan Elijah Stewart plays on the same team as Warriors Nick Young and Lakers Julius Randle and he can ball, we find out what his plans are as well as what he’s working on
July 19, 2017
In the Front Row Podcast – NBA Summer League Edition 2017 – Shereen Rayan, Chris Rodriguez, and Devin White talk Drew League, Lakers, NBA Summer League, Lou Williams, Julius Randle, Elijah Stewart (USC)
July 18, 2017
Lakers 2017 Summer League championship win should give Lakers fans hope for the Future!   Last night the Lakers had the fans in Las Vegas rocking! every time the Lakers made a shot there was a roar that went through the crowd. There is no doubt about it that the Laker fans are ready for basketball season to start, so that they can cheer on their team in action. In a close finals match-up through out the whole game the Lakers gave the fans something to cheer about shooting lights out from the field, and ultimately defeating the Portland Trail Blazers 110-98 in the summer league finals. Last night started off great for the Lakers after hearing Lonzo Ball Lakers No. 2 pick and point guard was named MVP of the summer league. This was just the start of a good night for this young Lakers team. The Lakers last night couldn’t seem to miss shooting 61.5% from the field and 58.3% from three. Kyle Kuzma Lakers power forward had a great night recording a double-double scoring 30 points on 11-16 shooting, and also grabbing 10 rebounds. Kyle Kuzma was not the only one scoring the ball, he also had […]
July 17, 2017
No Lonzo, No Problem! Last night we saw the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Dallas Mavericks 108-98 in the semifinals. Lonzo Ball recorded another double-double scoring 16 points and dishing out ten assists but had to leave early due to a calf injury. The Lakers were able to finish the game and was led by another player by the name of Kyle Kuzma. If you do not know much about Kyle Kuzma do not feel embarrassed, because I’m pretty sure a lot of people do not know much about the first team All-Pac 12, 6-foot-9, power forward/small forward, who played his college ball at the University of Utah. So far in this years, summer league Kyle Kuzma has been averaging 19.8 ppg shooting 46.9% from the field, 6 RPG, and 3.2 APG. The Lakers selected Kyle Kuzma in the first round at No. 27, and so far he has been looking like a steal in the draft. When watching Kyle Kuzma play last night the first thing I noticed is that he has good size for a power forward/small-forward. Also, he’s very mobile for a big man, hustles, rebounds, and Kuzma can stretch the floor with his three point shooting. […]
July 15, 2017
The most surprising player in summer league in my eyes has been Bostons SF Jayson Tatum. Honestly when the Celtics drafted Tatum at #3 I thought they were making a mistake. I seen Tatum play a couple of times in college at Duke and he didn’t impress me, but he’s changed my opinion on him in this years summer league. Tatum woke me up after scoring the game winning shot against the 76ers and against the # 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz. Then I was convinced this kid was good after seeing him demonstrate Kobe like footwork hitting contested jump shots, and recording double-doubles. He’s making shots off the dribble, spot up jumpers, and scoring with his back to the basket at age 19! Not to mention he’s 6’8 and lengthy I’m interested to see how will Brad Stevens use him during the season. It’s funny because during the mock draft Tatum wasn’t even mentioned in the top 3, and then the Celtics end up taking him at # 3. So far Tatum is looking like a steal in the draft.
July 12, 2017
Shereen Rayan talks to Marcus Bell about The Drew League and his aspirations to be an NBA star or play in the G-League, “All I need is a chance!” Someone, please give this baller a chance, he is the real deal. Akili Tate Made this Flick
July 11, 2017
In The Front Row caught up with Brandon Williams, the future of Arizona Basketball, who plans to go undefeated. We got a chance to speak to him about his skills in 2k, playing with Shareef O’Neal, his recruiting skills and taking his team to the CIF Championship. GET DISCOUNTED ARIZONA WILDCATS GEAR HERE: http://go.magik.ly/ml/3x9t/ Follow the crew members on Social media: Twitter and Instagram: @akilitate – Akili Tate @sportscrazee – Shereen Rayan @inthefrontrowLA – OUR SHOW
June 28, 2017
By: Danny Kohan After being selected by the Los Angeles Lakers with the second overall pick in the NBA Draft, D’Angelo Russell Brandon Ingram Lonzo Ball is being proclaimed the savior of La La Land. Laker fans have suffered these past 28 years (Dog years, but feels like human) at the bottom of the NBA standings. But now, the father of L.A.’s prodigal son, Lavar Ball, is speaking playoffs into existence for the Lakers next season. Playoffs?!? Yes, Playoffs. Apparently, a new age is upon us and our very own Magic Curry-Westbrook Kidd will be running the show. Now, I don’t think even Lavar is expecting a Magic Johnson type rookie campaign from his son (you know NBA title, Finals MVP), but many ARE expecting three letters that Magic never accomplished…R.O.Y. (Rookie of the Year). In fact, Las Vegas oddsmakers currently have Ball as a 5-2 favorite to win the award. Both Lonzo’s statistics and a jump in the Lakers season win total will determine if he does in fact come away with the prize. Below is a look at the last twenty-seven #2 picks in NBA history (since 1990) and the points/rebounds/assists/shooting percentage they had their rookie year (all stats ending in 0.5 or […]
June 22, 2017
Metta World Peace, a Queensbridge New York Native took on Skylar Astin, an actor, and singer who is known for his role on Pitch Perfect one and two, on Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle show and it was fantastic! You I go nuts for anything that happens in this world with my FLOAT, favorite Laker of all time. So I could not resist writing about this latest appearance on Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle. In round one, the first song Metta chose was Insane in the Membrane, because, “I’m kinda crazy, you know what I mean?” said Peace. In round two, the two contestants step it up a notch…both were worried about crapping their pants, haha. There is choreography, costumes, make-up, and pressure, “It’s going to be on point, just like Michael Jackson, ” said Peace, “It’s like all about the fourth quarter, game seven, I hope that I don’t crap my pants when I get out there,” Peace performed to Katy Perry’s Roar! “This is definitely a miniskirt, they trying to say it’s not, it’s a miniskirt!” Astin dressed up in drag like Fergie and sang Milk Money. It wasn’t pretty but he won, probably because it took more guts? Who knows. But Metta […]
June 21, 2017
In the Front Row – The Best Views in Sports caught up with Devon Dotson, a Point Guard out of North Carolina to talk about his interest in Arizona Basketball
June 21, 2017
On the eve of one the biggest trades in the offseason, Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka traded D’Angelos Russell to the Brooklyn Nets for Brook Lopez and pick No. 27 in the first round – we talk about who we want for the No. 2 pick and lots more…some things you didn’t know about Jordan Bell…
June 20, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports. We had a chance to watch Class of 2019 Cassius Stanley a Shooting guard from Harvard-Westlake and talk to him after the Pangos All-American Camp.
June 16, 2017
In the Front Row – The Best Views in Sports were fortunate to be front and center to enjoy Arizona Basketball Wildcat Ira Lee in the Ballislife AAG and The Drew League (Thank you to Sam and The Drew League for their footage) Ira also played alongside Oregon State Beaver Ethan Thompson
June 16, 2017
In The Front Row – The Best Views in Sports. We got a chance to watch Charles Bassey at the Pangos All American Camp. After his game Shereen Rayan spoke with him about his scholarship offers and who he mirrors his game after. Akili Tate Made this Flick
June 16, 2017
On this week’s episode, hosts Chris Rodriguez and Devin White talk about the circus that is Mayweather Vs. McGregor and the negative impact it will have on boxing. We also dive in NBA rivalries, new and old; as well as the NBA draft. #BlueCollarSports is available on Soundcloud, iHeartRadio and iTunes. Find them Twitter @BlueCollarSprts <iframe width=”100%” height=”450″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” src=”https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/328315897&amp;auto_play=false&amp;hide_related=false&amp;show_comments=true&amp;show_user=true&amp;show_reposts=false&amp;visual=true”></iframe>
June 16, 2017
By Danny Kohan They say the third time’s the charm. Not the second, not the fourth, but the third. Why? I have no freaking clue. They just do. The Los Angeles Lakers are hoping that this random old adage holds true, as they prepare to make the number two pick in the NBA Daft for the third consecutive season on Thursday, June 22nd at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Yes, the Barclays Center, the saddest venue possible for such an event. Where fans of the home team Nets will get to up close and personally experience the awkward gut-wrenching vomit-inducing feeling of being present at their long-time ex-girlfriend’s wedding. Consensus number one overall pick, Markelle Fultz, should have been there’s. To have and to hold from that day forward, to love and to cherish till free agency do them part. Instead, as Fultz’ name is announced by the Warlock of Qarth Commissioner Adam Silver, they’ll be sitting there silently fidgeting, at that weird singles table next to Lil Dicky, a single tear rolling their cheek, while Danny Ainge caresses Fultz’ back and glances back at them with that evil patronizing shit-eating Danny Ainge grin. A top two selection in the […]
June 16, 2017
In The Front Row – Where you get the Best Views in Sports – DISCOUNTED ARIZONA WILDCATS GEAR CLICK HERE We went to the 2017 BallisLife All-American Game and interviewed two of the Arizona Basketball 2017 class, Ira Lee & Brandon Randolph, and boy did they dominate the game. Look forward to some dunks Wildcats fans!
June 16, 2017
In the Front Row, The Best Views in Sports went to The Ballislife All-American Game to catch all the action with Arizona Wildcats Ira Lee and Brandon Randolph, and we were NOT DISSAPOINTED! Bear Down!