Over 20 million people worldwide play the game of netball. But have you even heard of it? Here is LA’s premier netball club, the LA Waves
Legends: Gail GoodrichIn high school, Gail Goodrich was considered "too small" to be a basketball star, but the L.A. native soared to unthinkable heights. Recruited by John Wooden, Goodrich led UCLA to two national titles. Then he turned pro, and in his second stint with the Lakers, he helped guide the team to the 1972 NBA championship along-side all-time greats like Jerry West and Wilt Chamberlain. Jim Hill caught up with the Hall of Famer for this week's edition of "Legends".
Boys in Blue: Steve SaxJim Hill catches up with former Dodgers second baseman Steve Sax on this edition of Boys in Blue.
Chargers Excited to Have Fans BackAfter a year without fans at training camp, the Chargers welcome back the Bolt Fam to their daily practices in Costa Mesa as they prepare for the upcoming preseason games on CBS2
Giltinis GM Adam Freier Previews MLR FinalMajor League Rugby's Final is Sunday at the LA Coliseum as Jaime Maggio and LA Giltinis GM Adam Freier discuss the impact it's had on LA sports as well as a prediction on who will come out on top
Pro Tips: Water BallRandy Chang's tee shot was awful. Landed in the water! But, since a part of the ball is above the water line, he can hit it without penalty. This week, our Pro Tip teaches you how to successfully "karate chop" the ball out of the drink & save a stroke
Rams WR DeSean Jackson Hosts F.A.S.T. CampNew Rams wide receiver DeSean Jackson is quickly making an impact in the community upon returning to his hometown. We mic'd up Desean at his recent F.A.S.T. Camp and went behind the scenes with him and the campers
Hometown Hero Jamal Hill Set for Success at Paralympic GamesDiagnosed with a rare condition, young Jamal Hill didn't stop pursuing his passion in the pool. Now, the accomplished swimmer is headed to Tokyo for a shot at world records. Kristin Smith sat down with the Paralympian gold medal hopeful
Boys in Blue: Jerry HairstonFormer Dodgers infielder, and current SNLA broadcaster, Jerry Hairston spends some time with Jaime Maggio talking about his time in LA, the family that inspired him and, of course, his Jordans
Former Bruin Holmes Hosts Free Football CampAfter being drafted by the New York Giants, former UCLA Bruin Darnay Holmes decided to give back to his local Pasadena community by hosting a free football camp for youngsters. Kristin Smith was there
Chargers Beat Writers Talk Training CampChargers beat writers Jeff Miller (L.A. Times), Gilbert Manzano (SoCal News Group/OC Register), & Daniel Popper (The Athletic) join Chris Hayre to cover all the big topics ahead of Chargers Training Camp in this full interview
Ohtani Super FanKaylee Link shares why she is such a big fan of Shohei Ohtani as she tries to get a date with the Angels' two-way star!
Pro Tips: Cart PathNo matter how hard you try to keep it in the fairway, the ball lands on the cart path from time to time. On this edition of Pro Tips, Randy Chang teaches us that it's possible to hit your ball off the path rather than take a penalty or move your ball back
Introducing the "Astroisk"When the Houston Astros visit Chavez Ravine on Aug. 3-4, the 2017 World Series will still be fresh in the minds of Dodger faithful. So, Chris Hayre caught up with one Dodger fan who’s planning to mark the occasion with an “Astroisk.”
Boys in Blue: Shawn GreenFormer Dodger slugger Shawn Green visits with Jaime Maggio to talk his 4 home run game, Tommy Lasorda and Vin Scully, plus his company Greenfly.
Manny Pacquiao Talks "Zeus" Film as Executive ProducerWriter, director, and actor Chris Soriano put together his new boxing film “Zeus” in response to the recent rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Now the movie packs an even bigger punch as boxing legend Manny Pacquiao joined the project as executive producer. Kristin Smith has the story.
Jake Paul Calls Out Conor, Canelo and brother Logan in Exclusive 1on1YouTuber-turned-pro boxer Jake Paul looks to a future of big-time fights as he discussed his skyrocketing career and more with Lisa Hillary in this full interview
Summer Sanders Previews Tokyo OlympicsAfter being pushed back a year, the 2020 Olympics are just days away. At the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Summer Sanders emerged as the most decorated U.S. swimmer with 2 gold medals, a silver and a bronze. She parlayed her success into a 25-year career on television. Our Jaime Maggio caught up with the California native who has a little advice for this year's Olympians.
Pro Tips: Different GripsPro golfers use many different grips both at the tee box and on the green. Randy Chang shows Jim Hill many ways to grip the club on this week's Pro Tip
Hometown Hero: Delaney SpauldingLast February, Delaney Spaulding was preparing to compete for the U.S. Olympic softball team, but her Olympic dream nearly died after tearing the ACL and meniscus in her right knee. But with the pandemic putting the Olympics on pause, the two-time world champion had the time needed to fully heal. Chris Hayre caught up with this week's "Hometown Hero" before she took off for Tokyo.
Meet Chargers Superfan Bolt PunisherCarlos Meza -- aka Bolt Punisher -- has been a die-hard supporter of the Chargers for nearly 30 years, and for him it's also a family affair.
Icons - Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik MoralesIn the sport of boxing, there are names indelibly linked forever after the battles two warriors put forth. Ali-Fazier, Holyfield-Bowe and Gatti-Ward will never be forgotten... but for many, the greatest rivalry may be between two of the greatest Mexican fighters of all time. We sat down with Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales as they got together. while also revealing some interesting developments in their relationship
Jesse Billauer: Life Rolls OnTwo-time World Adaptive Surfing Champion and five-time US National Adaptive Surfing Champion Jesse Billauer sits down with Jaime Maggio to talk about his journey and his foundation, Life Rolls On.
Pro Tips: Stay & PlayIt's summertime and pandemic restrictions have been lifted, so why not combine a nice family/friend trip with a couple rounds of golf?! Jim Hill seeks out how to do this and save a whole bunch in the process as this week's Pro Tip
Behind the Making of "Simone vs. Herself"Simone Biles is the most decorated American gymnast of all-time, and now the star of a new Facebook Watch docuseries "Simone vs. Herself." The series follows Biles as she prepares for the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics and is produced by the 2-time Emmy Award winning company Religion of Sports. Kristin Smith went behind the scenes with two of the nearly all-female executive crew.