Sport


 

NHL rumors: Sharks 'front-runners' for Russian goalie Alexei Melnichuk

Melnichuk reportedly is in high demand, and it's easy to see why the Sharks would be very interested.
Tags: News, Sports, NHL, Sharks, Alexei Melnichuk, Melnichuk


Garcetti says he won’t lift ‘Safer at Home’ on May 15, but some things could open

By ERIC HEINZ, City News Service Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday, May 1, the COVID-19 Safer at Home orders Los Angeles is under won’t be completely lifted May 15 and limiting the orders could be a gradual process through the rest of the year. Garcetti said he would like to see a two-week trend of declining coronavirus-related deaths and hospital admissions before opting to relax the orders, but he said he also wants consensus on actions with the county’s and neighboring cities’ health agencies. ...
Tags: Business, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Pimco, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Southwest Airlines, University Of Southern California, City Hall, Los Angeles County, San Fernando Valley, Garcetti, Maddox, City News Service


Jalen Hill withdraws from NBA draft consideration and decides to return to UCLA

After declaring his intention to enter the NBA draft earlier this week, forward Jalen Hill changed his mind and decided to return to UCLA.
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, Ucla, Jalen Hill


Dennis McCarthy: Community newspapers were great place to start…and they didn’t meet their end

We all started someplace in the newspaper business, and it wasn’t the New York Times. It was at community newspapers, like the Glendale News Press, the Burbank Leader, and the La Cañada Sun, which all got death reprieves this week when Charlie Plowman, the owner of the Outlook Newspapers in La Canada Flintridge, acquired their assets from the parent company of the Los Angeles Times, which had ceased their publication. I don’t know the man, but I’d like to buy him a drink at a newspaper bar, if w...
Tags: New York, Washington, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Los Angeles Times, Mccarthy, Bernstein, Burbank, Charlie, Woodward, Studio City, Descanso Gardens, La Canada, News Press, Helms


Dennis McCarthy: Community newspapers were great place to start…and they didn’t meet their end, after all (but it was close)

We all started someplace in the newspaper business, and it wasn’t the New York Times. It was at community newspapers, like the Glendale News Press, the Burbank Leader, and the La Cañada Sun, which all got death reprieves this week when Charlie Plowman, the owner of the Outlook Newspapers in La Canada Flintridge, acquired their assets from the parent company of the Los Angeles Times, which had ceased their publication. I don’t know the man, but I’d like to buy him a drink at a newspaper bar, if w...
Tags: Business, New York, News, Washington, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Los Angeles Times, Mccarthy, Bernstein, Burbank, Charlie, Woodward, Descanso Gardens, La Canada, News Press


Dwayne Haskins hopes people gained appreciation for Alex Smith: 'He helped me tremendously'

Alex Smith's help and support resonated with Dwayne Haskins during his rookie season.
Tags: News, Sports, Alex Smith, Dwayne Haskins


49ers are 'objectively' worse after offseason moves, Jim Trotter says

Whether or not the 49ers are improved, they're still the class of the NFC.
Tags: News, Sports, Jim Trotter


Consistency in backhand moves

Hi Alois, I am a left-handed player. My backhand strokes are very unreliable. Almost every stroke puts the ball into the net or sends it outside the table. It has become very frustrating and has become the reason of my many defeats I am facing right now. Please teach me some tips and drills to improve my backhand moves. Cheers, Dhanvith
Tags: Sport, Alois


UCLA forward Jalen Hill withdraws his name from NBA Draft

Jalen Hill is returning to Westwood. The UCLA forward has withdrawn his name from the NBA Draft, a school spokesperson said, to return to the Bruins for his redshirt junior season. Hill’s name was on a list of players who declared early for the draft released by the NBA this week. Hill started in 25 of 30 games for UCLA as a sophomore, averaging nine points and 6.9 rebounds per contest, leading the Bruins in the latter category while also pacing the team with 1.1 blocks per game. He earned honor...
Tags: Kentucky, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Cbs, College sports, Ucla, Chris Smith, Bruins, Hill, Westwood, Jalen Hill, UCLA Basketball, Daishen Nix


LAX, Van Nuys airports braced for economic turbulence ahead

The financial outlook for Los Angeles World Airports remains gloomy, with a budget forecast for next year providing scenarios in which its revenues will continue to decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Commercial air traffic continues to be down about 95% compared to prior years at Los Angeles International Airport, according to Sean Burton, president of the Board of Airport Commissioners. LAWA, the umbrella of LAX and Van Nuys Airport, reported an average of 1,900 flights a day normally take p...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Burton, Los Angeles International Airport, LAWA, Commissioners, Sean Burton, Los Angeles World Airports, Board of Airport Commissioners, Justin Erbacci, Erbacci, Board of Airport Commissioners LAWA, Tatiana Starostina, Starostina


AP source: MLB owners to discuss draft length next week

Major League Baseball owners will discuss a length for the amateur draft next week and are likely to start the selections on the original date of June 10, a person familiar with the deliberations told The Associated Press. Teams and the players' association agreed March 26 to a deal that allowed MLB to cut the draft from 40 rounds to as few as five this year and 20 next year, part of a plan to deal with the new coronavirus pandemic that delayed the start of the season and slashed revenue....
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Mlb, Major League Baseball, The Associated Press Teams


49ers give unexpected $279 bonus to undrafted QB

When undrafted free agent Broc Rutter signed with the San Francisco 49ers last weekend, the Division III quarterback didn't even receive a signing bonus. According to NFL Network, the 49ers completed their signings of undrafted free agents and had $279 left over, so they gave the remaining funds to Rutter, who was a record-setting signal-caller at North Central College in Napierville, Ill.
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, San Francisco, Rutter, North Central College, Broc Rutter


AP sources: MLB replay could vanish, monastery setup viable

Replay reviews could vanish in Major League Baseball in 2020 as part of a deal with umpires that contemplates a possible “monastery setup” in which off-the-field movement is restricted because of the coronavirus pandemic. The agreement, struck late Thursday night, covers how umpires would be paid for a season shortened or wiped out by the virus outbreak, two people told The Associated Press. The start of the season has been postponed because of the virus outbreak and there is no timetable for ...
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Mlb, Associated Press, Major League Baseball


New plan NHL is reportedly considering for restarting season and how Rangers could be impacted

As the NHL discusses scenarios for a potential resumption of the 2019-20 season amid the coronavirus pandemic, there was an initial report on Friday that the league seemed to be "pivoting" away from a plan that would've had teams play in four centralized locations.But now, Larry Brooks of the New York Post (who also authored that initial story) is reporting that the league is now focused "squarely" on that four-arena hub idea. The latest New York Post report states that teams raised concern...
Tags: New York Post, News, Sports, NHL, Larry Brooks


USWNT's Equal Pay Lawsuit Is Dealt a Blow

The players’ claims about unequal working conditions can continue, but the ruling was a serious blow to a yearslong campaign by the women.
Tags: News, Soccer, Discrimination, United States Soccer Federation, Decisions and Verdicts, United States Women's National Soccer Team


Drew Lock on Broncos’ draft: We got some stallions

Quarterback Drew Lock expected the Broncos to get him a receiver in the first round of last weekend's draft. So he wasn't surprised when Jerry Jeudy was the choice at No. 15. Then, the next night, the Broncos took Penn State receiver KJ Hamler in the second round. "I kind of expected the receiver in [more]
Tags: News, Sports, Broncos, Penn State, Jerry Jeudy, KJ Hamler


Eric Lindros discusses rebuilding relationship with Flyers

Eric Lindros and the Flyers have rebuilt their relationship and here's how it happened. By Joe Fordyce
Tags: News, Sports, Flyers, Eric Lindros


Broadway’s original ‘Belle’ lists her modern Temecula farmhouse on 20 acres for $2 million

The entryway to the main house. (Photo by Bowman Media) A view of the kitchen and dining areas. Glass doors open to the expansive deck that runs the length of the house. (Photo by Bowman Media) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds The living area of the main house. (Photo by Bowman Media) The deck runs the full length of the main house. (Photo by Bowman Media) The master bedroom in the main house. (Photo by Bowman Media) The master bathroom. (Photo by Bowman Me...
Tags: Business, Housing, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Broadway, Anthony Davis, Belle, Palm Springs, Southern California, Jodie Foster, Tony, Susan Egan, Bowman, Temecula, Stubbs


Your quarantine playlist: 23 essential albums for music lovers

Stuck at home? Classic music can help provide solace and relief. With that in mind, here’s a subjective list of 23 essential albums worth revisiting. To enjoy, dig through your stacks of CDs and LPs in the corner or just cue the titles on your preferred streaming platform. CLASSIC POP/ROCK “Darkness on the Edge of Town” (1978): Filled with characters at a crossroads, Bruce Springsteen’s songs were influenced by film noir. “Exile on Main St.” (1972): Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and company cast a...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Sport, Neil Young, Radiohead, Things To Do, Soccer, David Bowie, Elton John, Brian Wilson, Fleetwood Mac, Glasgow, Elvis Costello, Mars, Bob Marley, Win Butler


Senior Living: The do’s and dont’s to prevent the spread of coronavirus

By Dr. Nicole Z. Lawrence, M.D. Contributing writer I had a telemedicine appointment with one of my patients that started off with relatively benign discussions on medication refills, blood pressure monitoring and arthritis — but it led to tears of frustration around acquiring groceries. She has trouble putting on a mask because of a lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. She has a hard time cleaning a cart, or putting gloves on and taking them off, because of her arthritis. Online grocer...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Torrance, Centers for Disease Control, Senior Living, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories WDN, Top Stories SGVT


Becoming Ruby | Inclusion, Bikes and Hand-Drawn Heroes @patagonia

[Author: [email protected] (Columbus Rides Bikes)]
Tags: Sport, Cycling


Alex Smith: It’s ‘so absurd’ that Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have a job in the NFL

"It still is [hard to imagine], a guy with his ability and his trajectory that all of a sudden wasn't playing."
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Alex Smith


North Korea’s Kim Jong Un appears in public amid health rumors

By KIM TONG-HYUNG SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made his first public appearance in 20 days as he celebrated the completion of a fertilizer factory near Pyongyang, state media said Saturday, ending an absence that had triggered global rumors that he may be seriously ill. The North’s official Korean Central News Agency reported that Kim attended the ceremony Friday in Sunchon with other senior officials, including his sister Kim Yo Jong, who many analysts predict would take...
Tags: Health, South Korea, Business, News, Washington, North Korea, China, Uncategorized, Sport, World news, Soccer, South Africa, Kim Jong Un, Tokyo, Kim, Donald Trump


Steph Curry's new Curry 7 colorway is a tribute to Warriors fans

"This colorway honors the excitement, the energy, and the passion of the Dub Nation."
Tags: News, Sports, Steph Curry


Signing of Jaroslav Halak shows Bruins believe Cup window goes beyond this season

The Boston Bruins signing backup goaltender Jaroslav Halak to a one-year contract extension shows the organization is confident in their Stanley Cup chances beyond this season.
Tags: News, Sports, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Jaroslav Halak


Judge rules against US women’s soccer team in equal pay case

Los Angeles (AFP) – A federal judge dismissed the United States women’s soccer team’s bid for equal pay on Friday, rejecting claims the players had been underpaid in a crushing defeat for the reigning world... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: US, Sport, Soccer, United States, Afp, Los Angeles AFP


USC picks up commitment of 4-star WR Quaydarius Davis

USC continued its recent roll on the recruiting trail with the addition of another four-star prospect. Skyline (Texas) wide receiver Quaydarius Davis committed to the Trojans on Friday evening, making his decision official with a graphic he shared on Instagram. Davis, a 6-foot, 193-pound prospect, picked the Trojans over offers from Texas, Florida, LSU and SMU. He is rated as the No. 21 prospect in the country according to Rivals.com. Davis is the 10th member of USC’s 2021 recruiting class. The ...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, College sports, Usc, SMU, Trojans, Clay Helton, Austin Jackson, USC Football, Michael Pittman Jr, College-football


JJ Watt Talks Hosting ‘Ultimate Tag’ in the Era of Social Distancing, Reveals the Show’s Professional Taggers

NFL star JJ Watt is no stranger to competition — and with hosting Fox’s new competition series “Ultimate Tag,” he’s taking that competitive spirit and the childhood game the show’s based on to the next level. Hosting the show alongside his brothers (and fellow NFL players) Derek and TJ, Watt watches from the sidelines and […]
Tags: News, NFL, Fox, Derek, JJ Watt, TJ Watt, Ultimate Tag


Megan Rapinoe, USWNT vow to move forward after losing equal pay ruling: 'We will never stop fighting'

Members of the USWNT vowed to not let a judge's ruling halt their fight for equal pay.
Tags: News, Sports, Megan Rapinoe


U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s Equal Pay Demands Are Dismissed by Judge

The players’ claims about unequal working conditions can continue, but the ruling was a serious blow to a yearslong campaign for equal pay by the women.
Tags: News, Soccer, Discrimination, United States Soccer Federation, Decisions and Verdicts, United States Women's National Soccer Team, U S Women 's Soccer Team



Filters
show more filters
July - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
  12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  
August - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31      
September - 2020
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930