Take Two for September 25, 2013

Sports Roundup: Lakers drama, 'Shaqamento', and more

Los Angeles Lakers Introduce Dwight Howard

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Jim Buss and his sister Jeanie Buss of the Los Angeles lakers attend a news conference where Dwight Howard was introduced as the newest member of the team at the Toyota Sports Center on August 10, 2012 in El Segundo, California.

A Purple and Gold family drama, 1-2-3-4 I declare a Twitter war and exit Sandman. All that can only mean one thing, it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.

Jeanie Buss co-owns the Lakers with her brother Jim. With the passing of her father Dr. Jerry Buss, the two work hand in hand in running arguably one of the most popular and successful teams in professional sports history. But their relationship might be strained. 

Might the Lakers family drama turn into the basis of a fictional drama? 

Moving to the our state capitol: SHAQAMENTO!   

One more NBA story as a Twitter war is happening between a pair of superstars, Dwayne Wade and Kevin Durant. 

The NCAA says they're going to start rebuilding the Penn State athletic program.

The SF 49ers are having a tough start to their season on the field and now Andy off the field as well? 

Tomorrow could be the last time Enter Sandman will ever play in the 9th inning at Yankee Stadium. 

Mariano Rivera is retiring as the all-time career saves leader, 13-time All Star, 5-time champion, and with never a hint of scandal. Could Rivera be the last of a dying breed, a professional athlete above reproach?


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