FROM Jason Sklar
SPORTS! The Dodgers pulled it out against the Nationals in a 5-game thriller. Tomorrow they take on the best team in baseball, the Chicago Cubs, in the National League Championship. And the LA Rams, despite having the worst offense in the NFL is somehow three and two going into Sunday’s game against Buffalo… to be followed by a trip to London to play the New York Giants.
Sports: Vin Scully, Landon Donovan and The Rams In our sports roundup: Longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully will call his last game this month. Legendary soccer star Landon Donovan is coming out of retirement to rejoin the LA Galaxy. Tim Tebow is taking up baseball, and Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest is spreading to other sports.
Sports: Wimbledon, the Olympics, and Free-Agency Craziness in the NBA There’s a lot to talk about in sports news, with the Wimbledon Finals ahead, the Summer Olympics in Brazil just one month away, some big free agency moves causing a stir in the NBA. The Sklar Brothers join Press Play to talk about that and more.
Sports with Sklars: NBA Finals, US Open and more It’s a big week in sports news. Last night, Lebron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory against the favored Golden State Warriors in game 7 of the NBA finals in Oakland. Also yesterday, Dustin Johnson won the U.S. Open in golf, while two big international soccer competitions are going on right now. Tomorrow , the men’s U.S. soccer team plays Argentina, the top-ranked team in the world with arguably the greatest player in the world, ç. We round it all up with the sports-comedy duo the Sklar Brothers.
NBA/NHL Finals Update with the Sklar Brothers The Golden State Warriors have won the first two games of the NBA finals against Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Pittsburgh Penguins are one win away from lifting the Stanley Cup in the National Hockey League finals. We’ll have a NBA/NHL finals recap. Plus, the US men’s soccer team needs a win tonight in the Copa America tournament.
Sports with the Sklar Brothers Things were looking pretty good in L.A. sports for a while: the Ducks and the Kings were the top two seeds in the hockey playoffs, the Clippers got Blake Griffin back, rusty but ready. The Dodgers were looking good. But L.A. sports took a turn for the worse and had a very bad sports news week. That is, until the city’s new football team got a new quarterback on Thursday. We’ll talk about the NFL draft and others ports news with the Sklar Brothers.
Sports with Sklars: March Madness It’s the time of year we call March Madness, and it’s time to talk sports with the Sklar Brothers. We discuss the basketball frenzy and more in today’s sports news roundup.
Peyton Manning Retires and Other Sports News Peyton Manning announced his retirement Monday after 18 seasons in the NFL. That may have overshadowed another NFL retirement, that of the Detroit Lions wide receiver known as Megatron. Everybody thought Maria Sharapova was going to announce her retirement too when she called a press conference this week, only to admit that she had failed a doping test. Plus, the Golden State Warriors break the Chicago Bulls home game winning streak thanks, in part, to star Steph Curry. That and more with The Sklar Brothers.
Pro Football Is Returning to LA After two decades without a pro football team in LA, the Rams are coming back. And we might even get a bonus team in the deal. The Rams left LA in 1995. Yesterday, the NFL owners voted to let them move back – into a new $2 billion stadium to be built in Inglewood. AND they gave the Chargers a year to decide if they want in on that deal, too.
Biggest Sports Stories of 2015 The theme of sports this year? Oh how the mighty have fallen. From the "Deflategate" bust to a new frontier in fantasy sports, we look at the big sports stories of the year with the Sklar Brothers. Also in sports: Kobe Bryant may be on his way out, but the Warriors made records with the best start in NBA history. And there might even be an NFL team coming to LA.
Sports Roundup: L.A.’s Bid for the 2024 Olympics More news on the NFL possibly bringing a football team to Los Angeles. And an update on L.A.’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics. That and more in our sports roundup.
Sports Roundup: Beijing Olympics, Women in the NFL, and Tom Brady The Sklar Brothers join us to talk about the Olympics and whether Los Angeles will host again in the near future. They also talk about the first woman coach in the NFL, Jen Welter, and the challenges she faces. Also, the latest on Tom Brady, and big changes for the Dodgers.
Sports Roundup: NBA Draft and More Welcome to Los Angeles, D’Angelo Russell. Last night, the Lakers surprised some and drafted a point guard out of Ohio State with their coveted second pick. Fans are cautiously optimistic - cautiously because the Lakers are coming off the worst season in franchise history. Some have blamed part-owner, and man who never isn’t wearing a hat, Jim Buss. We get the lowdown on the draft and other sports news with the Sklar brothers.
Cardinals Investigated for Hacking Back in 2007, the New England Patriots got in trouble for stealing information from another team using video cameras. Now, we’re in the digital age. The St. Louis Cardinals are being accused of hacking into the computers of one of their rivals. According to the New York Times, the FBI and the Justice Department are looking into whether the Cardinals broke into computers of the Houston Astros. They may have stolen information about trades, statistics and scouting reports. What could the fallout be?
Understanding the conservative philosophy, and the fight over the NEA President Trump’s budget blueprint and the Obamacare replacement have revealed deep divisions with the Republican party. So what is the party’s philosophy now, and how does that line up with conservative voters? Also, Trump wants to get rid of the National Endowment for the Arts, which has long been a Republican target.
US Supreme Court considers when police can open fire When police enter someone’s home without a search warrant and then fear for their lives, do they have the right to open fire? That’s the question before the Supreme Court today in a case out of Los Angeles.