Steven Loung
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A contributor since 2013, Steven Loung has an unparalleled passion for sports that manifests in his work as both a writer and editor. With one of the most eclectic sports tastes in the newsroom, Steve can be found talking and writing about anything from as common as the NBA, MLB and NHL to anything as niche as boxing, IndyCar and even eSports.
Nuggets' Murray, Thunder's Westbrook get heated at end of Friday game
Steven Loung
Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray may just be in the midst of his third NBA season, but he's already earning himself a reputation as one of the league's great antagonists and on Friday he only added to his growing legacy.
Reported three-team swap between Wizards, Suns, Grizzlies falls through
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Canadian boxer Arthur Biyarslanov's pro debut has been a long time coming
Steven Loung
Canadian boxer Arthur Biyarslanov will make his pro debut this Saturday after a brilliant amateur career that didn't end the way he would've wanted.
Bernard Hopkins adding to boxing legacy with life as a promoter
Steven Loung
Retired boxing great Bernard Hopkins is adding to his legacy with lessons he learned while in the ring now as a full-time promoter.
Raptors' Valanciunas leaves game vs. Warriors with thumb dislocation
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Raptors' Kawhi Leonard doesn't want to talk about Christmas right now
Steven Loung
The holiday season is upon us, and one reporter in L.A. Tuesday thought it wise to ask Raptors star Kawhi Leonard what his favourite Christmas memory was.
Conor McGregor's coach: 'He doesn't feel apologetic' about rogue image
Steven Loung
John Kavanagh, Conor McGregor’s longtime mixed martial arts coach, is among the few people in the world who know the real McGregor. He opened up about his famous fighter in an interview over the weekend.
Why Kawhi Leonard, other stars could choose Clippers in free agency
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Before World Cup, Canada Basketball says it has unfinished business
Steven Loung
Despite qualifying for the 2019 FIBA World Cup Monday, the Canadian men’s national basketball team isn’t looking too far ahead to next summer’s big event.