“It could have been the secret to my success or the secret to my demise,” a wistful Serena Williams says of her 2013 season.
Three LA Galaxy players have been called for international competition and will represent their countries in the upcoming FIFA International games, the team announced today.
Former Dodgers Steve Garvey and Tommy John were among the 12 finalists announced today from the Expansion Era for the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Former Los Angeles Lakers forward Luke Walton was named today as a player development coach of the Los Angeles D-Fenders, the Los Angeles Lakers’ NBA Development League team.
It’s one win for Darrell Wallace Jr., but what will it mean for other African American race car drivers—present and future? The answer to that question might not come for years. Nonetheless, NASCAR wasted no time Saturday hailing Wallace’s on-track ...
Tiger Woods has been clubbed into the long grass by EA Sports after the games manufacturer ended its association with the world’s most famous golfer.
Bill Sharman, who coached the Los Angeles Lakers to the team’s first NBA title and later served as the team’s general manager and president, died today in Redondo Beach.
The Los Angeles Kings will help fight cancer at tonight’s home game against the Phoenix Coyotes with a blood and marrow drive.
It’s supposed to be known as the “Beautiful Game” but the ugly face of racism returned to haunt European football once again Wednesday. Manchester City’s Yaya Toure, the Ivory Coast midfielder, was subjected to “monkey chants.”
The LA Galaxy will return to the MLS Cup Playoffs for the fifth consecutive season and an MLS record 15th time in club history.
Tickets for potential World Series games at Dodger Stadium will go on sale Saturday on the Los Angeles Dodgers’ website.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are scheduled to fly to St. Louis today and hope to return Saturday with their first National League pennant and World Series berth since 1988.
The Los Angeles Dodgers avoided elimination, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-4, in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series today at Dodger Stadium, as Adrian Gonzalez hit two solo home runs and Carl Crawford and A.J. Ellis hit ...
The Los Angeles Dodgers will try to avoid elimination today when they play host to the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium.
The westbound bus lane on Sunset Boulevard between Figueroa Street and Elysian Park Avenue will be open to vehicles with four or more passengers from 2-8 p.m. today in an attempt to encourage people to carpool to Dodger Stadium.