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Lakers Fire GM Mitch Kupchak, Name Magic Johnson President of Basketball Operations

Lakers Fire GM Mitch Kupchak, Name Magic Johnson President of Basketball Operations

LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Lakers Governor Jeanie Buss announced today that the team has named Earvin "Magic" Johnson as President of Basketball Operations. In addition, General Manager Mitch Kupchak has been relieved of his duties, effective immediately. Furthermore, Jim Buss will no longer hold his role as Lakers Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations.

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Knicks Owner James Dolan Bans Charles Oakley from Madison Square Garden For Life

Knicks Owner James Dolan Bans Charles Oakley from Madison Square Garden For Life

In the days since the stunning altercation between Charles Oakley and multiple security guards at Madison Square Garden that resulted in the fan-favorite former New York Knicks power forward getting arrested and charged with three counts of assault and one count of trespassing — an incident that has led many NBA players and New York fans to question why the Knicks would treat one of their legends with such disrespect — many observers have suggested that the best way out of what has become a PR nightmare for the Knicks organization would be for owner James L. Dolan to make nice with the beloved enforcer and find a graceful way to welcome him back into the fold.

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Charles Oakley Arrested at Knicks Game After Altercation with MSG Security

Charles Oakley Arrested at Knicks Game After Altercation with MSG Security

Former Knicks star Charles Oakley was dragged from his courtside seat at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday and arrested during a game between New York and the Los Angeles Clippers. The burly ex-forward had reportedly gotten into a verbal altercation with Knicks owner James Dolan before engaging physically with members of the arena’s security staff.

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Watch Tom Brady, New England Patriots Win Super Bowl 51 in Thrilling Overtime Comeback

Watch Tom Brady & New England Patriots Win Super Bowl 51 in Thrilling Overtime Comeback

Atlanta dominated game until New England came back in the fourth quarter Super Bowl 51 had plenty of stories going into Sunday's culmination of the NFL season. People thought it could be the highest scoring game ever. The Atlanta Falcons were the upstarts and the New England Patriots were going for official G.O.A.T.

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