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Joel Embiid leads Sixers past Lebron-led Lakers, 143-120

Magic Johnson and LeBron James have captured eight NBA titles between them. With Johnson in the stands and James on the court, the Philadelphia 76ers showed off their own championship potential. Read More

Jimmie Johnson triggers wreck, then wins Clash at Daytona

Jimmie Johnson’s youngest daughter prays every night for Daddy to win a race. When Johnson scuffled through the worst season of his career, he felt the strain of not reaching victory lane. Read More
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‘Iolani girls basketball, Punahou boys soccer among state championship winners

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A busy Saturday night of state high school tournaments wrapped up with championships going to the ‘Iolani and Hawaii Baptist girls basketball, Punahou and Kapaa boys soccer and Punahou boys and girls swim teams. Read More

No. 2 Hawaii sweeps Queens in men’s volleyball

Senior hitter Brett Rosenmeier and freshman opposite Filip Humler each put down eight kills as No. 2 Hawaii rolled past host Queen’s 25-7, 25-16, 25-10 in today’s nonconference men’s volleyball match in Charlotte, N.C. Read More

Rainbow Wahine basketball team loses at Long Beach State

The Hawaii women’s basketball team could not make it four straight Big West road victories, as the Rainbow Wahine offense sputtered in a 56-40 loss at Long Beach State today. Read More
 

Hawaii basketball falls at UC Irvine

UC Irvine used superior interior play to hold off Hawaii 67-56 in a Big West basketball game today in the Bren Center in Irvine, Calif. Read More

Former All-State lineman Michael Eletise transferring from Arizona to Hawaii

Michael Eletise, a former All-State offensive lineman from Kaiser High and 4-star prospect, is transferring from Arizona to the University of Hawaii football team. Read More

No. 2 Hawaii sweeps Saint Francis in men’s volleyball

Junior opposite Rado Parapunov put down 11 kills with one error and senior middle Patrick Gasman was in on all eight of Hawaii’s blocks as the second-ranked Rainbow Warriors swept Saint Francis 25-15, 25-20, 25-12 in today’s nonconference men’s volleyball match in Charlotte, N.C. Read More
 
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Boston Marathon bombing survivor struck by car won’t run this year

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Adrianne Haslet, 38, was struck on Jan. 5 as she walked in a crosswalk near her home in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, just blocks from the marathon finish line. Read More

For Chloe Kim, another title, and taste of things to come

18-year-old Chloe Kim added a world championship to her overflowing collection of halfpipe titles, outdistancing second-place finisher Xuetong Cam of China by 9.5 points on a frigid afternoon in Park City, Utah. Read More

Sixers unveil Moses Malone sculpture, to retire No. 2 jersey

The Philadelphia 76ers are paying tribute to the late Moses Malone, a three-time NBA MVP and one of basketball’s most ferocious rebounders, with a sculpture and a jersey retirement ceremony. Read More

Long-suffering Padres fans can’t wait to see Fernando Tatis Jr.

With a mighty bat flip and joyous home run trot in winter ball, Fernando Tatis Jr. stirred a frenzy among long-suffering San Diego Padres fans eager to see the hotshot shortstop prospect make it to the big leagues. Read More

Hawaii basketball team wins at Long Beach State

Brocke Stepteau scored 23 points to boost the University of Hawaii basketball team to a 77-70 road victory over Long Beach State tonight for their first Big West victory at the Walter Pyramid. Read More

Wahine basketball team wins third straight road game

Amy Atwell scored 19 points off the bench to lead the Hawaii women’s basketball team to its third straight Big West road victory, 70-68 at UC Irvine today. Read More

Hawaii men’s volleyball team sweeps Queens

It was the first road match for the Rainbow Warriors (6-0), who have not dropped a set this season. Read More
 

Teen snowboarder soaring under tutelage of Shaun White

As the hand-picked successor to snowboarding icon Shaun White, teenager Toby Miller received a behind-the-scenes look at what White went through in capturing a third Olympic gold medal last year. Read More

New UCF quarterback Brandon Wimbush will get his shot to earn starting job

New UCF quarterback Brandon Wimbush will get an opportunity to earn the starting job when the Knights begin spring practice in March, according to head coach Josh Heupel. Read More

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