There’s the old saying: defense wins championships. And while Crenshaw certainly isn’t favored this year to win a third consecutive City title, they certainly acted like it.
Yahoo! Sports is reporting that the NFL is unhappy with the Farmers Field downtown stadium plan.
Mike Brown is making the the rounds. The Basketball lifer born in Columbus, Ohio, 41-years ago who spent part of his childhood overseas and graduated from a High School in Germany, and got on the NBA map by way of Cleveland, is getting acclimated to California. Or, re-acclimated… having played at the University of Sand Diego.
In an interview with CBS 2/KCAL 9 Sports Director Jim Hill, Dodgers owner Frank McCourt for the first time expressed some regrets and talked about his first meeting with Major League Baseball-appointed monitor Tom Schieffer.
The man appointed to oversee the Los Angeles Dodgers’ daily operations says he has yet to be fully briefed on the team’s finances and is looking forward to meeting with owner Frank McCourt.
To those of you who know me, this story will not come as a huge surprise. At the start of the recently concluded 13 day, seven game, Lakers road trip I said something that turned out to be pretty stupid
Not even this weekend’s rain could put a damper on the NBA’sall star weekend. Saturday the league and specifically, Kobe Bryant, officially went Hollywood.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant Saturday will become the first athlete ever to have his hands and footprints cast in concrete in the forecourt of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
The Southern California Sports Broadcast awarded KCAL/CBS2’s Jaime Maggio, Gary Miller and Jim Hill as the Best Sports Anchor Team for the fourth year in a row at the SCSB Awards Luncheon at the Lakeside Golf Club in Toluca Lake
Not even 35 games into his NBA career, Clippers PF Blake Griffin is already being mentioned as one of the best players in the league.
A year ago at this time the Lakers had a big question to answer, how would Ron Artest handle the triangle offense?
Jim Hill caught up with the Don Mattingly, Joe Torre and Frank McCourt after Torre making his decision of leaving as the Dodgers manager.
LOS ANGELES (CBS2/KCAL9) – Former Los Angeles Laker and basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is throwing his support behind the “Stand Up 2 Cancer” telethon. The man affectionately known as “Cap” has a more intimate knowledge […]