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Look at the 2013 Los Angeles Angels

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With another big offseason splash in Anaheim and the mega-moves made in Chavez Ravine, Southern California just may be the new center of the baseball universe. The baseball arms race has left the Northeast and shifted west. A year removed from the massive Albert Pujols contract the Angels surprised many by doling out another massive contract, this time to the mega-talented but sometime troubled Josh Hamilton. By replacing Torii Hunter with Hamilton the Angels have gotten younger and scarier from an opposing pitcher perspective, with an outfield that now boasts two of the most naturally gifted players in the last twenty years in Mike Trout and Hamilton.

The move to sign Hamilton was coupled with the cost cutting dumping of Dan Haren, Ervin Santana and Hunter. It’s no question the Angels have gotten flashier, but have they gotten better? Here’s a rundown with some analysis of their offseason moves.

Josh Hamilton: There’s no question that if Josh Hamilton is healthy the Angels probably boast three of the top ten hitters in the game. From an outsiders perspective the gut reaction to the deal is that the Angels clearly upgraded over Torii Hunter. Although they clearly got younger, the performance of Hamilton from an advanced metrics perspective was comparable to Hunter’s performance last year. As David Schoenfeld at ESPN has pointed out via Baseball-Reference Hunter actually had a higher Wins Above Replacement (5.5) than Hamilton (3.4) last year. Hamilton clearly outpaced Hunter from a traditional baseball statistical perspective (HR’s, RBI’s, etc) but did so with a higher number of plate appearances and in a much more hitter friendly ballpark. Of course Hunter is an aging player and likely would not have repeated his performance of the previous year. Hamilton should also benefit from the presence of Albert Pujols in the lineup. Of course signing Josh Hamilton to such a big and lengthy contract is not without risk. Although he’s performed pretty consistently in Texas there is the always present risk of addiction, as well as a history of nagging injuries. From a win-now perspective it’s probably a good move.

Questionable back-end of the rotation: The Angels went after Zack Grienke but lost out to the cross-town Dodgers. Instead of using the Grienke money on pitching they used in on Hamilton. This combined with Dan Haren now being in a Nationals uniform has left some question marks in the rotation. Haren clearly regressed last year and it was probably wise to move him based on the sheer number of innings he’s pitched over the past decade. With Haren out as well as rotation fixture Ervin Santana the Angels rotation will have a different look. The big question is who’s the number three behind established aces Jered Weaver and CJ Wilson? They went out and added Joe Blanton and Tommy Hansen who both had ERA’s in the high fours in the National League. It’s questionable how those moves will transfer to the AL. Blanton is an innings eater but in most rotations is typically your fourth or fifth starter. Hansen has respectable career numbers but has a history of injuries. The bottom of the Angels rotation is a big question mark.

The Lineup: The starting pitching question marks may not be that important since the lineup is going to be ridiculous. What can you say about Mike Trout that hasn’t been already said, other than the fact he had one of the greatest seasons in baseball history as a rookie. The projected top six of Trout, Aybar, Pujols, Hamilton, Trumbo and Kendrick may be the top lineup in baseball. It’s difficult to find any weak spots and its likely Trumbo surpasses power numbers from last season.

Burnett and Madson: A traditional strength under Mike Scioscia the bullpen was a bit of a disaster last season and clearly in need of an upgrade. In Sean Burnett and Ryan Madson the Angels made a couple of nice moves, especially with the pickup of the underrated Burnett. Over the past few years in Pittsburgh and Washington Burnett has quietly been one of the more effective left set up men in the National League, pitching a solid number of innings with an ERA under three. Just thirty he’s still in his prime and the Angels were able to get him at a premium, just 8 million over 2 years. Even though Madson is coming off Tommy John surgery and may not be ready for opening day, he’s a compelling pickup who could provide some depth at the back of the pen. Madson and Burnett should provide depth, but there are still some question marks with closer Ernesto Frieri. Last season was a tale of two halves for Frieri, with his numbers regressing after the all-star break, contributing to the Angels total of 23 blown saves last season which tied Boston for first in the AL.

It’s hard to get a feel on what these moves will mean in the end. Although Hamilton brings a big bat to the lineup they signed him in lieu of going after pitching. With Haren gone and Grienke with the Dodgers the starting rotation really has some question marks. The bullpen has added depth and Frieri is a year older. Will the Angels simply outscore teams? With one of the best managers in the game they’re always going to be a contender, but it’s hard to see the Angels running away with things in a pretty competitive division. .

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Fans get to watch the LA Kings practice at the Staples Center

LA Kings Staples Center Practice

LA Kings Staples Center Practice

Last night the Stanley Cup Champions welcomed the Los Angeles Fans to watch them practice at the LA Staples Center.

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“It was really cool to watch them practice” said Michele B “I have never seen it before and got me really pumped for this upcoming season, to bad its so short”.

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The Kings open up the 2013 NHL Season against the Blackhawks on Jan 19th at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

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Look at the 2013 Anaheim Ducks Roster

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Anaheim Ducks

Lost in the Kings improbably Stanley Cup run last year was the second half resurgence of the Anaheim Ducks. Under new coach Bruce Boudreau the Ducks went on a decent run that provided a little redemption from the brutal start under Randy Carlyle, but still left them in past place in the Pacific Division. The competitive form under Boudreau, combined with his offensive-minded coaching style, does provide a little bit of excitement for Orange County hockey fans. Still, the club has missed the playoffs two of the past three years and most “experts” agree that they’re a fringe playoff contender at best. So the upcoming strike-shortened season will be an important gauge of the direction and future of the club.

The talent is there, unfortunately the on-paper talent didn’t equate to production this past season. For all the big names on the roster the club heads into this season with a whole bunch of “ifs”.

Some keys to the upcoming Ducks season:
Getzlaf, Perry and Bobby Ryan:
With the new collective bargaining agreement in place NHL clubs will need maximum performance from their top paid players. With tighter salary cap limitations the pressure on the high paid stars to perform will only increase. In Ryan Getzlaf, Corey Perry and Bobby Ryan the Ducks have a young trio that virtually every other team in the league would take in a heartbeat—if production would only match up with promise.
There are few players more talented than Ryan Getzlaf. When at this best he’s a big and physical two-way center. Unfortunately, at least over the past two seasons, his promise and potential hasn’t lived up to his actual performance and contract. After averaging more than a point per game in his previous four seasons, Getzlaf managed only .69 points per game last year, with only eleven goals in 82 games. He has the ability to be a transcendent, top five-center NHL center and the Ducks need a lot more from their captain.
It would have been hard for Corey Perry to top his Hart Trophy winning fifty-goal scoring season, but near forty-point drop in overall production was indicative of the Ducks overall season. You can’t expect your top goal-scorer to light the lamp fifty times ever year, but perhaps more concerning was Perry netting twenty-five fewer assists than his MVP year.

Bobby Ryan’s production didn’t dip as much as the aforementioned Getzlaf/Perry duo, but it did dip a bit. The American-born power forward scored thirty-goals for the fourth straight season, but did see a fifteen point drop in points from the season before. Part of this lack of production was a failed move to center for Ryan, who’ll be back at and more comfortable in the forward spot. In all there was a near point a game reduction in scoring from the teams big three, a major factor in the slow start and disappointing season.

In the Net:
When healthy Jonas Hiller is one of the top talents in the league and after his struggles with vertigo he was healthy most of last season and provided a respectable 2.57 goals against average. Of course goaltending is only part of the defensive equation, but the Ducks have every right to feel confident about Hiller and his backup Viktor Fasth. The veteran Fasth, who’s played his entire career to date in the Sweden, received the Honken Award as the top goaltender in the Swedish league each of the past two seasons. He’s also the goaltender for the Swedish National Team. The acquisition of Fasth should provide competition for Hiller and give the Ducks comfortable depth behind Hiller, or a capable starter should Hiller get injured or struggle.
Sheldon Souray and Bryan Allen

The pickup of veteran puck-moving defenseman Sheldon Souray should help the Ducks defensively and be a boon for the power play. The Ducks were in the bottom half of the league last year in power play efficiency and really lacked what Souray can potentially provide. His puck moving abilities and strong shot from the point should help Getzlaf and Perry and improve the power play. In spending over twenty million in offseason contracts the Ducks are committed to improving their defense. In additional to Souray they signed defensive defenseman Bryan Allen to further shore up the defense. On paper the defensive group should be much improved, with Souray and Allen providing assistance for the Ducks top tandem of Francois Bouchemin and Cam Fowler.

A Bunch of “If’s”
With a huge part of their salary cap tied up in a handful of players the Ducks are not alone in today’s NHL. The moves up upgrade the defense will surely help and the Ducks don’t lack in top line talent. As pointed out by several pundits the Ducks still have the talented core capable to being a contender, but there’s a lot that has to go right to get back into playoff contention. It’s hard to imagine that Perry, Getzlaf and Ryan will repeat the down season of last year, on sure talent alone. Souray and Allen will shore up the defense and the goaltending situation is a good one. Daniel Winnik and Brad Staubitz should provide veteran grit, as will the ageless Teemu Selanne. If young players such as Kyle Palmieri and Devante Smith-Pelly can step up and provide production on the second and third lines the Ducks shouldn’t be as top heavy as they’ve been the past couple of years.

So What Gives?
For all the talent there’s still a bunch of question marks, especially regarding the long-term future of Getzlaf, Perry and Ryan. Bruce Boudreau has had a prolonged offseason to institute his system and he’s a proven commodity. They’ve made some good defensive pickups in the offseason that should help the overall product. Unfortunately they need to make more than marginal improvement. In a division that includes the Kings, Coyotes, Stars and Sharks it’s difficult to imagine the Ducks finishing higher than fourth and a fringe playoff spot at best.

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Can the LA Lakers make it to the playoffs this season?

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Lakers Playoffs

It may be a weird question for every Lakers fans, but it’s the reality we all have to face. We may be used to ask whether or not we are going to win the Pacific Division, the Western conference or even the championship. However this season, things have changed. What we’ll have to fight for is to secure the 8th spot in the conference and enter the playoffs. Can we do that? Of course we can. Will we manage to achieve that? Let’s hope so.

After 37 games the Lakers now are 16-21 and rank 11th in the Western Conference. The 8th seed is taken currently by the Portland Trailblazers, who have a 20-17 record. They are 4 games ahead of the Lakers. Houston is 7th with 21-7 and the Nuggets are now 6th with 23-16. So the first target for us at this point is to achieve as many wins as possible in order to secure at least the 8th seed. We might have a tough schedule up ahead, with lots of games against above 0.500 teams, like the Heat, Memphis and the Thunder, but with Howard back on the team after an unspecified injury and with Nash already back, we can be pretty confident that we can win any game. Gasol is also expected to return the next few days and that will allow us to see the full potential of our team finally. We have yet to see how the entire team can play all together since the very beginning of the season. Due to our misfortunes and the constant injuries of our best players, we are in a tough position right now. But in the end I think we will manage to get what we want and believe me, as soon as we enter the playoffs, things will change drastically. We are champions, we have the heart of a champion plus a bunch of superstars in our team and we will not be easy prey for any predator in our Conference.

If we manage to get our entire team back and keep them healthy so we can get some rhythm, I am sure wins will come. Perhaps some tweaks during till the transfer deadline could help in that direction. Chemistry is not built overnight and that has to be made clear to all of us. We can play like a contender and I am sure we will when we have everybody up and rolling once again. Not only can we enter the playoffs, but we can take over many of our playoff opponents.

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Chris Paul as the No1 MVP candidate

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Chris Paul LA Clippers NO 1 MVP Candiate

Chris Paul is currently leading the race to the 2013 season MVP title and it’s no surprise. It’s not only about the stats and the scores he provides. It’s bigger. It’s about the impact he had and continues to have in the Clippers organization. It’s about him providing solutions each night and playing like an on-court coach, making his teammates better. Team success comes through individual effort and each member of the Clippers team knows that well. This great performance and the winning record our team has, exposes Paul’s impact even further. Let’s take a look at what he has achieved up to now this season.

Number wise, the five-time all-star point guard has had an excellent season, averaging almost 17 PPG, 9.7 assists and 2.6 steals. In fact he ranks first in the league in steals and trails only Rajon Rondo in assists. He is the only player in the entire league to average at least 15 points, nine assists and two steals per game. His numbers went up during the historic 17-game winning streak of LA, but even after that he continued to deliver huge games. In fact he dished a season-high 16 assist during last week’s win against the Mavs.

But believe me his value goes well beyond just numbers and stats. Some things in basketball can’t be counted by numbers, but those who watch and know about fundamentals, can understand the difference between a good player and a great player. Paul is surely one great player. The way he sets up his team, making plays for his teammates and easing up things for the rest of his team is a unique charisma that only a few players in the entire NBA possess. His Basketball IQ and his awareness on offense and on D is what complete the picture of a true superstar and team leader. Most of his teammates express their admiration to Paul’s performance and presence on the court. Some even compare him to Jason Kidd during his legendary days.

One thing is for certain. The LA Clippers are not the joke they used to be, even after the acquisition of Blake Griffin. Our entire organization has done a terrific job and our team has all the potential to drive us to the NBA finals and even perhaps celebrate our first Championship. Things might go even better and Chris Paul is the one who can lead us all the way to the top. He well deserves the MVP award, judging from his up to now performance and impact to our team.

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Jamal Crawford and his GQ interview

Jamal Crawford LA Clippers

Jamal Crawford Los Angeles Clippers

It’s no secret that Jamal Crawford had a roller coaster career up to this point. He has changed 5 teams before landing to LA and has been coached by 16 different ones. Is LA his final destination? Well, depending on what he confessed at an interview for GQ magazine, the Clippers are surely the best team he has ever played in. Now, with a 28-8, he can surely be happy about his choice to join the Clippers and seems to have found the perfect role in the rotation. That at least how he sounded during his interview, stating that he playing with the Clips is the most fun since high school. He pointed out how well bonded the whole team is with each other and they prove it every day with their performance. Despite the newcomers this season, the Clips, with the assistance of Head Coach Vinny Del Negro, have managed to find the perfect role for each member of their roster. In fact they let everyone do what he does best, even if that is coming off the bench to provide 5 vital minutes or starting and carrying the team on his shoulders.

Asked about how it is to play alongside Chris Paul, Crawford really glorified him. He stated that Paul is a true playmaker and has the unique ability to make everyone else on the floor better, because of his panoramic vision and understanding of the game. Also, when asked about the upcoming return of Grant Hill and Chauncey Billups and the possibility of the chemistry to break, he stated that he believes exactly the opposite, meaning that those additions will make the team lethal.

Crawford was never a true starter. In fact he looks like he is born to be a sixth man and that’s when he reaches his best performance, off the bench. That’s what he does also this year and he has managed to be the team’s third leader in scoring. The most important thing is that the coaching stuff has understood his ideal role –and not only his- and can get the most out of him. That, along with many other key factors keep the Clippers on winning track and really put their names on the championship contention this season.

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David Bowie new song new album and concert in Los Angeles?

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David Bowie New Single

We are excited to discover that David Bowie has released his first song in over a decade! The sixty-six year old pop star has let the press know that a follow up album to his song is to be expected in March. Fans of David Bowie are shocked and enthralled by the comeback of David Bowie. The song, Where We Are Now, is sad. David Bowie tackles his age and the span of his career in this stunning video. It echoes the message of facing death. The pain in David Bowie’s video tells a story of aging, of regret, of the toll the music world and fame can and most definitely will take on aging celebrities. The end of this exquisite song has a Bjork look alike leaning on Bowie. The tease that perhaps she will sing lingers over our heads but alas, just as she opens her mouth to utter a sound, the video and song end.

There are rumors that as a part of David Bowie’s upcoming album release, he will be performing at the Los Angeles Staples Center. David Bowie is from Brixton, London and his career impacted the music world in a major way. His work is innovative, his branding distinctive with his metrosexual, bisexual, and eclectic personal style. Bowie is considered 39th on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and 23rd on their list of Best Singers of All Time. He has been married to Supermodel Iman since 1992and they have a daughter. Bowie has won fifteen awards out of forty-five nominations in his career. His 1969 Space Oddity song earned Bowie an Ivor Novello Special Award for Originality. He has also won a Saturn Award for Best Actor after starring in the film The Man Who Fell To Earth. Bowie’s acting career spans nearly thirty projects as an actor alone. He also produces, writes music for film sores, and has cone dozens of documentaries. Bowie has over twenty-five albums to his name. Now you can stay on top of David Bowie’s latest achievements by visiting www.BarrysTickets.com 24 hours a day. Check out our exclusive inventory of concert tickets and order your David Bowie Tickets in celebration of his long overdue comeback!

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LA Kings shortend 2013 season preview

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Los Angeles Kings

Gary Bettman and Donald Fehr have made their peace, the embarrassing lockout is over and hockey is finally back. The NHL will now squeeze a forty-eight games season and a complete playoffs into the next six months. The Kings, who barely squeaked into the postseason and then went on a dominant run to win their first Stanley Cup are uniquely positioned for a quick start. This truncated season will reward teams that can start quickly. They’ll be no preseason games so teams that return the core of their roster from the previous year should be strongly positioned to get out of the gates quickly.
Of course repeating as Stanley Cup Champion is harder than winning it in the first place, at least in the modern and more parity-filled NHL. The days of the Edmonton Oilers and Pittsburgh Penguins winning multiple titles in a row are long gone, with the Detroit Red Wings being the last to repeat nearly fifteen years ago. The Kings will also have the clichéd target on their back as they go from plucky eighth seed getting hot at the right time to defending champion. Still the entire core returns from last season save the retirement of role player Ethan Moreau, so the Kings should be primed for a quick start.

Here’s a rundown of the roster.

Goaltending: In Jonathon Quick the Kings have one of the youngest and most talented netminders in the NHL. The team smartly rewarded last year’s Conn Smythe winner with a ten-year $58 million dollar contract. Quick gives the club great stability and a player who should be a perennial Vezina Trophy candidate. For insurance they have the very talented former first round draft pick Jonathan Bernier to back up Quick. If the team chooses to keep the talented Bernier they have an outstanding backup with a career 2.50 Goals Against. If they choose to trade Bernier they have a tremendous chip to bring instant help in others areas or talented prospects. It’s an excellent position to be in. Considering the quick start to the season and the potential for back to backs due to the shortened schedule the Kings may be smart to hold onto Bernier as an option at the trade deadline.

Defense: Although seen as risky at the time the Jack Johnson trade turned out to be the right move and didn’t have an adverse effect on the club’s defensive core. Drew Doughty started slow following his contract dispute but still played a heavy volume of minutes and had a strong regular season. Doughty’s commanding playoff performance cemented his position as one of the top defensemen in the league and a future perennial Norris Trophy candidate. Rob Scuderi is a capable veteran and a sold partner for Doughty. In Willie Mitchell the Kings have a steady veteran along the lines of Scuderi. Mitchell teamed up well with Slava Voynov last year and they should again be a consistent second unit behind Doughty/Scuderi. With everyone back there’s no reason Quick and the defensive corps shouldn’t continue to lead a club near the top of the NHL in goals against.

Forwards: Make no mistake the defense and goaltending carried the Kings to the 8th playoff spot with the offense kicking in during the playoffs. After a fairly pedestrian regular season the line of Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown and Justin Williams exploded in the postseason with Williams scoring twenty points in twenty games. Due to injury the club will be without Kopitar for three to four weeks to start the season. The more high profile but less productive line of Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and Dustin Penner could be in for a big season. Richards had an up and down regular season but has been a consistent 75 to 80 point scorer during his career. He flourished in tandem with Carter in the playoffs and there’s no reason that can’t continue. For all his talent and sheer size and athleticism Dustin Penner has been an enigma during the regular season. If his strong playoff performance can carry on into the regular season the Richards line has the ability to be elite. The third line Jarrett Stoll, Trevor Lewis and Simon Gagne is a nice mix of young talent and veteran leadership.

Prediction: Typically a championship team with every player back is the bonafide preseason favorite to repeat. So the big question: are the Kings a legitimate power that will continue their ascent or did they capture lightning in a bottle? A lot of things went right for the club in the postseason. Quick is an elite goaltender but it’s hard to imagine him repeating his utter dominance of last season. And can the Kopitar line continue to produce like they did in the playoffs? The rapid fire season will be a test of the Kings depth and resolve. They are equipped for the long haul and should be a contender for a top three spot in the west. Come playoff time, anything can happen.

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