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Kevin Arnovitz

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NBA Editor for ESPN.com and founder of ClipperBlog

Kevin Arnovitz on KCRW

The National Basketball Association has  thrown Donald Sterling out of the game  – for life.

NBA Bans Donald Sterling for Life, Calls for Sale of Team

The National Basketball Association has thrown Donald Sterling out of the game – for life.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The Dodgers and Lakers have made LA a great sports town, but the Dodgers aren’t playing and the Lakers are losing. Last year, the Los Angeles Kings stunned the world of ice hockey by…

How About Them Clippers, Lakers, and Kings?

The Dodgers and Lakers have made LA a great sports town, but the Dodgers aren’t playing and the Lakers are losing. Last year, the Los Angeles Kings stunned the world of ice hockey by…

from Which Way, L.A.?

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On this Cesar Chavez Day, we have a special broadcast of a live event we recently held at the Annenberg Performance Studio at KCRW.

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