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  • Hitman convicted in Fountain Valley machete attack

     
    In the early morning of March 3, 2009, prosecutors said that Ortega attacked Frank Sharpski outside his Fountain Valley home. His skull was fractured, his thumbs and fingers were severed as was part of his nose, in addition to other wounds, prosecutors said.
  • Good Form: A half-step handstand

    Good Form: A half-step handstand
    If you've always wanted to do a handstand but can't get in the correct position and hold your balance, try practicing half a handstand at the wall. Over time, it will help you develop the necessary strength in your shoulders and core so you can do a...

    A wall exercise with flexibility

    A wall exercise with flexibility
    For a great stretch in your shoulders, chest and legs, practice this exercise at a wall. Start by doing just the first variation, with both feet on the floor. As you become comfortable with the move and want more of a challenge, progress to the more...

    Kobe Bryant's ability to play through pain jump starts Lakers in 108-95 victory over Clippers

     
    Biting into his jersey, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant headed over toward the sideline. It didn't appear he said anything to Lakers Coach Phil Jackson, but his body language told the whole story. Bryant limped toward Jackson and let out a simple hand gesture...

    Pre-season question of the day: How will Kobe Bryant's right index finger fare in 2010-11?

     
    Hopefully, you're not eating breakfast just yet. And if you are, keep the milk and cereal away from the computer in case the above photo freaks you out. Looks like Lakers guard Kobe Bryant's fingers are super bendable -- except for that bandaged digit,...