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Healing Plants of TWHC: Warming Herbs from High Places

The journey to the upcoming Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference & Celebration is one of the most amazing drives in the American Southwest, starting in the colorful desert elevations and winding upwards through oak and piñon covered hills, dramatic rock filled canyons, and into the lush aspen and fir forests at cloud height.  The plant life in [...]

"Western Central Banks Have Set Us Up; You'll Hear The Printing Presses From Mars"

As Marc Faber said at SocGen's January conference, if he could short central banks directly he would do so, but gold is the next best thing; and despite it being sucked into the general commodity malaise, Albert Edwards says "Gold is...Show More Summary

Mark Cuban explains the risk of tanking in the NBA

After missing out on DeAndre Jordan and losing most of their starting lineup from last season, the Dallas Mavericks don't figure to be very good this season, especially in the loaded Western Conference. Mark Cuban said at the start of...Show More Summary

The Biggest Question Mark for the Houston Rockets Entering Next Season

The Houston Rockets surprised many skeptics when they advanced to the 2015 Western Conference Finals. This offseason, the Rockets traded for explosive point guard Ty Lawson. Lawson gives the Rockets another superb ball-handler and facilitator. Show More Summary

TWHC Meals Package Deadline: Aug 17th

Excitement continues to grow for the upcoming Traditions in Western Herbalism Conference & Celebration, over 50 in-depth classes for the students and enthusiasts of herbal medicine – Sept 17th through the 20th high atop New Mexico’s picturesque Sky-Island. The Lodge is offering attendees a special discounted meals package, but these packages must be purchased in [...]

Are Houston Rockets Ready for the Even-Better Western Conference?

The good news for the Houston Rockets is they got better in the offseason. The bad news is their rivals did too. Did the runner-up in the Western Conference last year do enough to get over the hump, or did the rest of the pack catch up to them? The San Antonio Spurs added LaMarcus Aldridge. Show More Summary

Stacked Roster Presents Questions for Los Angeles Clippers' Second Unit

The Los Angeles Clippers may not be done adding pieces. There's no debating the Clippers roster is deeper and objectively better now than it was a few months ago when the team was in the midst of giving away a 3-1 Western Conference Semifinals lead to the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary

MLS Power Rankings: Sporting Kansas City Still No. 1, New York Red Bulls Rise

The MLS standings are a logjam after Week 20. The first to sixth-placed teams in the Western Conference are separated by just three points. The Eastern Conference is just as tight, with six points dividing second to sixth. However, with...Show More Summary

NBA Free-Agent Rumors: Latest Info on Jason Terry and Other Buzz Around League

The Houston Rockets are putting together a team that could compete with the best in the Western Conference. Translation: There's a legit NBA title contender forming in H-Town. The team has agreed to terms on a trade with the Denver Nuggets for troubled but talented point guard Ty Lawson, per Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Show More Summary

The NBA's Western Conference will be a blood bath next season

The NBA's superior conference has gotten even stronger this offseason. Last year, the NBA world was robbed of what was supposed to be an intense, entertaining playoff duel in the Western Conference when injuries took out star players and rotation players alike, giving the Golden State Warriors a fairly uncontested path to the Finals. Show More Summary

Lakers Rumors: Hottest News, Trade Buzz Regarding Ty Lawson, Nick Young and More

This offseason has already been a busy one for the Los Angeles Lakers as they look to get themselves back in contention in the Western Conference, but their transformation may not be complete quite yet. L.A. has already brought in the likes of Roy Hibbert, Louis Williams, Brandon Bass, D'Angelo Russell and Larry Nance Jr. Show More Summary

Crowded NBA Western Conference Is Just a 4-Team Race

Apologies are in order for 11 of the NBA's Western Conference teams. Try as they might to keep up with the hustle and bustle of another brutally built title chase in 2015-16, they just won't. Because they can't. The West, which is as...Show More Summary

Reloaded Los Angeles Clippers Ready to Shake Up the Western Conference

By now, the Los Angeles Clippers' 11th-hour pursuit of incumbent free agent DeAndre Jordan has become the stuff of NBA lore. With team representatives (including officials and several teammates) remaining at Jordan's side on the eveShow More Summary

Josh Smith to Clippers: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

From transformative centerpiece to scourge of a locker room who was paid to go away to integral bench cog on a Western Conference finalist, Josh Smith's last 24 months have been quite the up-and-down affair. Smith decided Thursday to...Show More Summary

Mark Cuban Wants NBA to Expand Playoffs to 10 Teams Per Conference

NBA playoff basketball is so much fun that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wants more of it. And who could blame him, considering his organization plays in the tough Western Conference? The strength of that 15-team grouping makes it...Show More Summary

Ryan Kesler signs six-year, $41.25-million Ducks contract extension

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Ryan Kesler, one of the centerpieces behind the Ducks' finish at the top of the Western Conference last season, signed a six-year, $41.25-million contract extension with the team Wednesday.

MLS Power Rankings: Sporting Kansas City Reclaims No. 1 Spot

MLS team rosters were depleted this week thanks to the Gold Cup, and that helped several sides upset the top clubs. The Chicago Fire and Philadelphia Union defeated two of the Western Conference's best teams in the Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers. Show More Summary

The most important NBA free agent signings, visualized

With NBA free agency pretty much in the books, the NBA’s Western Conference looks like it will be in for a wild ride next season.

Western Conference remains just as tough as last season

You have got to wear your big boy pants if you want to compete in the West.

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