What's Trending: "Kobe Bryant to be Inducted into HOF"

Kobe Bryant, Pet Adoption, Justin Bieber, AHL

January 28, 2020
Kobe Bryant poses for a portrait inside of his office in Costa Mesa, California. Bryant, one of the greatest NBA players in history, is building an impressive resume in his post-basketball career,

What's Trending: Tuesday, January 28th, 2020


§     The late Lakers star will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame’s 2020 class.

§     He is a first-ballot enshrinement and will be placed without a vote.

§     He will be honored alongside fellow basketball stars Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett.

§     Other Kobe news, Nike has pulled Kobe-related products from its website.

§     This is to combat people buying and reselling merchandise in an effort to profit off of his death.



§     Study: Calling pets “cute” and “cuddly” can hurt their adoption chances.

§     Researchers found that using storytelling and personality-oriented words actually hurt a pet’s chances of finding a home.

§     People looking to adopt want the basics about an animal, like breed, size and health status.

§     They say the results suggest that words matter and if you throw up any kind of description about a pet online, you may be undermining a pet’s chances of finding a home.



§    Justin Bieber is coming to Las Vegas on June 2nd, 2020 for his “Changes Tour” to the T-Mobile Arena!

§    He will be with special guests Kehlani and Jaden Smith

§    The American Express Presale starts on Thursday, January 30th at 10AM – Thursday, February 13th at 10PM! 

§    Mix 94.1 will be giving away tickets all week long when you hear the Bieber Beat! First chance to win is at 7:40 AM!



§     Reports are that the Vegas Golden Knights are looking to buy an AHL franchise.

§     This team would serve as their minor league affiliate.

§     The Golden Knights are currently affiliated with the Chicago Wolves.

§     No word on which team the franchise is looking to purchase but talk has been for the past couple of years that the team would like to move their top affiliate closer to the west coast.

§     It’s unlikely that the Chicago Wolves would get approval from the AHL to change cities.

§     The Golden Knights released a statement saying they have had discussions and “While we remain interested in the opportunity, specific details related to an acquisition or the potential location of the acquired team are yet to be determined.”