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Tracking the Trend: The Clippers are a mess

Tracking the Trend: The Clippers are a mess

Jordan Kim and Woojune Kim | October 27, 2020

Coming into the 2019-20 NBA season, as the reigning Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard moved to the Clippers with another superstar Paul George, many experts picked the Los Angeles Clippers to win the championship....

NFL season begins and faces COVID-19 outbreak

NFL season begins and faces COVID-19 outbreak

Woojune Kim, Managing Editor | October 6, 2020

On Sept. 10, the NFL kicked off its season with a match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans. Many protocols were implemented to protect the league from the coronavirus, such as allowing...

Endless drama ensues in the NBA playoffs

Endless drama ensues in the NBA playoffs

Jordan Kim, Managing Editor | October 6, 2020

Every facet of life has been affected by COVID-19, and the NBA has not been an exception. In March, as Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz was confirmed of the coronavirus, the NBA put the 2019-20 season on...

How far can Luka Magic take the Mavericks?

How far can Luka Magic take the Mavericks?

Jordan Kim and Woojune Kim | September 19, 2020

During this year’s first-round matchup against the heavily favored Clippers, Luka Doncic has shown flashes of brilliance that evoke images of legends such as Larry Bird and Lebron James. He has quickly...

SIS implements sports safety measures in light of pandemic

SIS implements sports safety measures in light of pandemic

Isabelle Lee, Reporter | September 17, 2020

Recently, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, SIS implemented a set of safety measures for athletic activities. The virus, despite the previously expected decrease in the number of infected...

Sports teams drop names, mascots in response to intensifying BLM Movement

Sports teams drop names, mascots in response to intensifying BLM Movement

Hugo Lee | September 17, 2020

The grinning red face of the Cleveland Indians’ Chief Wahoo, the iconic profile of the Washington Redskins’ Chief Zee, Chicago’s Chief Black Hawk, and the Atlanta Braves’ Chief Noc-A-Homa have...

Los Angeles Lakers receives and returns COVID-19 small business loan

Los Angeles Lakers receives and returns COVID-19 small business loan

Alice Lee | June 1, 2020

On April 27, the Los Angeles Lakers, one of the NBA’s richest franchises valued at $4.4 billion, received a small business loan of $4.6 million from coronavirus business relief funds. The Lakers applied...

NBA reopens facilities in locations with relaxed lockdowns

NBA reopens facilities in locations with relaxed lockdowns

Woojune Kim, Managing Editor | June 1, 2020

On March 11, when a player tested positive for the coronavirus, the NBA decided to suspend its season to a further date. But as states began to lift restrictions regarding social distancing, the association...

Pandemic paralyzes global sports leagues

Pandemic paralyzes global sports leagues

Eric Hwang | April 20, 2020

Following the NBA’s suspension of play on March 11, sports leagues across the world followed suit and indefinitely canceled sporting events. In Japan, Olympic organizers announced that the 2020 games...

Sports teams find other ways to entertain fans

Sports teams find other ways to entertain fans

Irene Kim | April 20, 2020

With the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, various well-known and significant sports events have been cancelled. Having multiple basketball players, like Rudy Gobert and Kevin Durant, tested positive...

Fans show concern over Son Heung-min’s injury

Fans show concern over Son Heung-min’s injury

Sally Lee | March 18, 2020

Son Heung-min, a winger for Tottenham Hotspur, is a global soccer player praised for his efforts and success with his accurate shootings and skilled footwork. He has greatly contributed to Tottenham’s...

Physical education classes go virtual

Physical education classes go virtual

Alice Jimin Lee | March 18, 2020

Amid the growing concerns regarding the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), SIS officially commenced online classes on Feb. 25. For the first two weeks of virtual learning, students enrolled...