Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, Jeremy Lin joins a new team, a new MMA organization visits Seattle, and there’s a possible rugby boycott.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. It’s been a big month for sports and we take a look at two local sports stars,and a dominant personality in tennis.
Katelyn Ohashi returned on Feb. 10 to her home state for a gymnastics meet at the University of Washington, where she performed the routine that earned her a perfect 10 at the Collegiate Challenge last month.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — NASCAR’s biggest stars have all moved on. Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. are television analysts while Tony Stewart is racing sprint cars again. Danica Patrick traded her firesuit for athleisure-wear while Carl Edwards just kind of disappeared.
DETROIT (AP) — The present and future of American figure skating were on display at last week’s national championships. Nathan Chen and Alysa Liu were captivating, but it remains to be seen how much they can help the U.S. rebound on the international stage.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Liberty have a new owner and get to keep their NBA ties. An investment group led by Brooklyn Nets minority owner Joseph Tsai has bought the Liberty, the WNBA announced on Jan. 23.
SEATTLE (AP) — The plan seems to be in place for Ichiro Suzuki to be on the Seattle Mariners’ expanded roster when they open the regular season with two games in his native Japan.
Manny Pacquiao showed on Jan. 19 night he’s still got plenty of fight for a fighter on the wrong side of 40.
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill.
By Jason CruzNorthwest Asian Weekly As we close out 2018, we take a look back at the year in sports and the many great performances. The Winter Olympics and World Cup provided some memorable moments worldwide. Also returning to national prominence was Tiger Woods, who won his first major golf tournament in 10 years. Locally, […]