USC Sunday Buzz: Price Gouging At Galen Center

Did you go to the Galen Center on Saturday for the high school extravaganza that included the Sierra Canyon and Mater Dei boys’ and girls’ teams?

Well, if you did, then you know parking was $45! Some lots were charging $60!

For high school games.

But hey, Caleb Williams, Malachi Nelson and Andy Enfield were all courtside so it didn’t matter. Scottie Pippen and Kenny Smith too.

In the featured game, Sierra Canyon’s boys’ team defeated Wheeler (Ga.), 66-55.

Wheeler featured future USC players Isaiah Collier and Arrington Page. Collier, the No. 1 point guard in the nation, scored 17 points on 5 for 16 shooting. Page added eight points.

“His ability to push the ball, I think, is going to be huge for USC,” Sierra Canyon coach Andre Chevalier said of Collier.

“He’s probably the most skilled player that we played all year long,” Chevalier said of Page.

Bronny James, the son of LeBron James, had 22 points for Sierra Canyon.

49 thoughts on “USC Sunday Buzz: Price Gouging At Galen Center

  1. THE OL DOG 🐶 WANTS FOOTBALL NEWS

    GRINCH

    RECRUITS FROM THE PORTAL—

    . PROSPECTS

    WHO ARE WE OFFERING AND WHO MAY COME

    CMON SCOTT!!!!!!!

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    1. If you want that info you’ll have to go to uscfootball.com, Wolf knows nothing, he gets his info from there. But, he does write a very nice Friday notes column.

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      1. And he doesn’t censor people nor BAN them the way that other guy did to LJ!

        As Elon Musk does, Wolf believes in free speech…unlike our current dictator.

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    2. Oh don’t worry, Lincoln Riley doesn’t have the balls to fire Grinch, otherwise he would’ve done it following the Tulane game. Riley’s just like Clay Helton in that sense, he’ll hold on to a horrible coordinator and an assistant too long. Good coaches get rid of bad assistants immediately.

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      1. Fredo: “I’m not dumb like everybody says — I’m smart!”
        Michael [Thought Balloon]: “Whatever….as soon as mama goes you’re SO outta here…”

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    1. This is the same guy who whines about USC getting a 3 star and then does a blog post about ” beware star rankings “. Notice he said nothing about the portal USC RB that USC got being the top rated RB in the portal and a 4 star in high school ? He did whine that USC didn’t need a RB, which I agree with.

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    1. I’m, kinda wondering what he’s going to do about the secret documents that he wasn’t supposed to take? Isn’t that scary?

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      1. …and… have us find out that the stories “his father told” him are actually stories Ed Wynn told Jerry Lewis in Cinderfella….

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      2. Funny that she was dumb enough to think no one would know that story and call her out.

        Then again, Biden-Harris supporters believe whatever they tell them. How else can you explain a 40% approval rating?

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      3. A lot of voters only know what they’ve heard on CNN, MSNBC or Fox within the last 5 months…. nothing else…
        #…CinderfellaCameOutIn1960…
        #It’sNotPartOfRecordedHistory…
        #Biden’sWritersKnowThey’reSafe

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      4. Yeah, I don’t know too many Biden supporters. But one I do know, refuses to read anything published by a conservative site. They enjoy being in the dark.

        Me? I watch, read & listen to it all (incl LA Times, ABC, NBC) and parse out the bs for myself. It’s the only way to form an informed opinion. Amazing that some people don’t get that!

        A storm is comin’.

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      5. Oh oh, So Cal. “A Storm is coming”? I think Ben Stiller said that line to the little keys stealing monkey in Night At The Museum: Battle of The Smithsonian…. a movie that ALMOST came out within recorded history (2011) ….I’m not sure we can quote from it or not…

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      6. A storm is comin’ alright!

        I’m 100% in on running it back with Trump, especially now that he had ”a very good week”.

        How about you guys, are you all in on Trump or are you just going to complain about Biden?

        We must be united on this!

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  2. Oh here’s a pearl of wisdom

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    1. WAY too much fucking nuance, Charles. There musta been 4 different good ideas in your post…
      Remember what Gore Vidal said “never talk about more than ONE idea in a speech —you can use up to three examples of that ONE idea — but keep the number of ideas down to ONE…”
      #ILikeUpOrDownVotes…
      #GrinchIsGood…Or…GrinchIsBad…

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    1. Newsome was the San Francisco Mayor who wisely stood up for the prostitutes and drug addicts congregating on the streets of San Francisco. He advocated for the San Francisco police to “leave them alone.” Only problem: his “compassion” drove multiple local business owners into bankruptcy.
      True story: Many holidays ago I saw a homeless man collapse on Market Street in front of Nordstrom’s. Out of the crowd of shoppers came a young man —immaculately dressed — to cradle the head of this poor old man and say “you’re gonna be okay” [which he obviously wasn’t cuz he was frothing at the mouth and shaking]. The old man’s saliva was getting all over the young man’s clothes —and yet he stayed with him, comforting him and dialing 911 with his free hand. It was one of the most beautiful gestures I’ve ever seen.
      Gavin Newsome would not have gone anywhere near that dying man.

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      1. MICHAEL OLD PAL

        WERE YOU THAT VERY SAME YOUNG MAN BRO ??????
        WOW

        A GOOD SAMARITAN

        BY THE WAY

        MANY PREVIOUS POSTERS SEEM TO HAVE BOT THE FARM BRO !!

        PS HEY MG. DID YOU SEE MY POST ON RITA HAYWORTH ON THE RECENT GARBO THREAD ?? ITS NEAR THE VERY END.

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      2. George — I looked for it [for like 5 minutes] but I couldn’t find it —could you re-post it? [And “like” this comment so I know where to look, okay]?
        P. S.
        I WISH I were that man. It was one of the two or three kindest deeds I ever witnessed. It inspired me to try to match it —but I don’t think I ever came close

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  3. One other thing about what Scott mentioned about the price gouging…

    According to one fool on this blog, if you complain about any costs, you must be on a limited income. The dimwits on the Left expect everyone to just bend over and take it without saying a word. Just because they enjoy taking it up the backside doesn’t mean we all do.

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