Found January 27, 2012 on
Prospective ownership groups led by former Dodgers manager Joe Torre and former Los Angeles Lakers great and basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson are among at least eight finalists in the bidding to become the next owners of the Dodgers, according to a report by The Los Angeles Times on Friday.
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Not only is Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant currently leading the NBA in scoring (30.2 ppg as of 1/26), he also tops the League in player earnings according to a report by Forbes.com. According to Forbes, Bryant’s earnings from his NBA salary and endorsement deals is over $53 million for 2012. Unfortunately a large [...]
Michael Jordan recently said that Kobe Bryant is the only basketball player who deserves the MJ comparisons. Wait a second, did His Airness just make an arrogant comment? Did he pretend to praise a player when he was actually just reinforcing his love for himself? Duh…But that’s not even the part of this story I’m sick of hearing about.
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PBT: There is starting to be a real rivalry is Los Angeles. It showed up in a little end of game sequence from the Lakers win over the Clippers Wednesday night between Chris Paul and Pau Gasol.
Fresh off halting a three-game skid, the Los Angeles Lakers will begin a tough stretch tonight in Milwaukee in which they will play eight of nine games on the road.
Hedge fund head Steven Cohen and groups including Joe Torre and Magic Johnson have survived the first round of cuts in bidding for the Los Angeles Dodgers.