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CBS To Air Final Rounds Of 2004 & 2019 The Masters Tournaments
04/02/2020 9:41am

With this years tournament postponed, CBS is looking to fill the void for golf fans by rewinding the clock to a pair of classic finishes.

Spectrum, AT&T Deal Brings Dodger Game Broadcasts To More TVs
04/02/2020 7:21am

Dodger fans will finally be able to watch their boys in blue on TV, after Spectrum announced an agreement with AT&T TV and DirecTV.

‘Top 50 Singles Is My Next Marker I Want To Hit’: Taylor Townsend On World Team Tennis All Star Event On CBS
04/01/2020 2:52pm

Townsend reflects on her tennis career so far and shares what it was like to be in the WTT All Star event that will be on CBS this Saturday.

‘I’m Preparing For No Season At All’: MLB Insider Jared Diamond Admits Grim Outlook For 2020 MLB Season
04/01/2020 2:05pm

With the continued spread of the coronavirus and extended stay at home guidelines in effect, the MLB season appears to be slipping away.

‘Things Are Going To Hurt More’ Without Fans For NXT Superstar Keith Lee
04/01/2020 12:25pm

Keith Lee will be defending his NXT North American championship without a live audience, which is strange for pro wrestling, which feeds off of its fans energy.


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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson set for charity rematch involving NFL stars, social distancing guidelines
04/02/2020 7:14am

Tiger WoodsandPhil Mickelsonare set to be joined by NFL legendsTom Bradyand Peyton Manning in a possible televised charity match. Negotiations are on-going to arrange a two-on-two spectacle which would see Mickelson team up withBradyto take on Woods and Manning, a source familiar to the negotiations confirmed to CNN Sport. Professional golf is on hold because

Spectrum deal puts SportsNet LA on AT&T platforms, including DirecTV; Dodgers games can be viewed
04/01/2020 12:20pm

Whenever the baseball season begins, Los Angeles Dodgers fans who subscribe to DirecTV and its subsidiaries will have access to the teams regional sports network after a deal ended a nearly seven-year stalemate. Spectrum Networks said it began delivering Spectrum SportsNet LA to AT&T video subscribers on Wednesday, the same day the deal was announced.

L.A. Sparks player Sydney Wiese tests positive for COVID-19, in 1st known case in WNBA
03/27/2020 7:12pm

Los Angeles Sparks guard Syndey Wiese tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the Sparks said in a statement Friday. Wiese is the first known WNBA player to test positive for the virus, the Los Angeles Times reported. The WNBA is currently not in season. Wiese, 24, was tested Wednesday in Arizona after returning from playing

New U.S. Soccer leadership says settling lawsuit filed by women’s national team is a priority
03/24/2020 10:29pm

The newly installed president and chief executive officer of the U.S. Soccer Federation used their first news conference to state that settling a lawsuit filed by womens national team players is a top priority. A lot of damage has been done, and I think we are going to have to rebuild that trust and rebuild

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer to buy the Forum, clearing way for new team arena blocks away
03/24/2020 7:02pm

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is buying the Forum for $400 million, ending the billionaires legal fight with the Madison Square Garden Company and clearing the way to build a new arena for his NBA team down the street in Inglewood, California. Ballmer announced his cash purchase of the venerated arena Tuesday. Ballmer, the


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Kobe Bryant’s Book ‘The Wizenard Series: Season One’ Released
04/01/2020 7:45pm

The latest installment in Kobe Bryants The Wizenard book series was released on Tuesday, the late NBA players widow revealed in an Instagram post, NBC News reports.Welcome back to Dren We hope you are all ready to catch up with the West Bottom Badgers for another magical basketball season, Vanessa Bryant wrote in the caption. The same post was shared on Kobe Bryants Instagram account.The Wizenard Series: Season One is a supernatural young adult novel that follows Reggie, a basketball player hoping to become the best. But the gym he trains at is working against him in magical ways, a description of the book reads on BryantsGranity Studioswebsite.The book is a follow-up to The Wizenard Series: Training Camp, which became a New York Times bestseller. Read the full story on NBCNews.com.This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Dodgers Games Will Now be Available in More SoCal Homes After Spectrum Networks Announces Deal With AT&T
04/01/2020 5:28pm

This is NOT anApril Fools Joke. After six long years with most of Southern California unableto watch the Los Angeles Dodgers on television, Spectrum Networks announced onWendesday that they have reached a deal with AT&T to carry SportsNet LAstarting today. The deal, which was announced by the team early Wednesday morning, means that the Los Angeles Dodgers 24-hour channel SportsNetLA will now be carried by AT&T, U-Verse, DirectTV, DirectTV Now, and AT&T TV NOW customers across Southern California, Las Vegas, and Hawaii. Thats a great thing for Dodger fans in those parts of thecountry, as now live games and behind-the-scenes features will be available insidemillions of more homes than it has been for the past six seasons. In addition to live broadcasts of games throughout the season, SportsNet LAs programming includes original shows and studio programming. This agreement underscores our commitment to provide all Dodgers fans the opportunity to enjoy our award-winning programming and live game coverage, said Dan Finnerty, Senior Vice President, Spectrum Networks in a statement released by the Dodgers. Working together with AT&T, we were able to reach an agreement to offer the regions most popular teams to local fans across AT&Ts video platforms. The carriage agreement has been discussed many times before, but a deal was unable to be reached in previous talks. Originally, Time Warner held the broadcast rights to SportsNet LA, but they were purchased by Charter Communications in 2015. In 2016, after the deal was completed, Time Warner Cable was re-branded under the Charter owned, Spectrum brand.Coincidentally, DirectTV was purchased by AT&T in 2014, and with the recent launch of their new AT&T TV, the communications giant is excited to bring more live sports content to their viewers than ever before. In addition to the Dodgers and SportsNet LA, AT&T will also have a carriage agreement with Spectrum SportsNet airing live Lakers, Galaxy and Sparks games as well. Once the MLB and NBA seasons resume play, customers in those previously mentioned markets will be able to view the full slate of games across AT&Ts video platforms. If you currently have DirectTV, SportsNet LA is nowavailable on channel 690 for all customers within the Southern California, LasVegas, and Hawaii regions. U-verse television customers can find the channel instandard definition on 780 and in HD on channel 1780. The agreement also will likely have an impact on bars and restaurants that carry DirectTV or AT&T. Previously, Dodgers games werent even available on the televisions of most bars and restaurants across Los Angeles, but now they will be available in public places for those that have cut the cord on cable but still want to find a place to watch the games.Our city has the best sports fans in the world, and they want to enjoy all of the excitement and tradition that Dodger games bring to Los Angeles., said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in the statement. Im very pleased that Spectrum Sports and AT&T have reached this agreement, which will bring Dodger games into the homes of AT&T TV, DIRECTV, U-verse TV and AT&T TV NOW customers when the season begins and give more Angelenos the chance to cheer for our favorite team all the way to the World Series. The COVID-19 pandemichas currently stopped all major sports in the United States, and closed all non-essentialbusinesses in California. Once the sports world resumes, the impact of thisdeal will be felt more dramatically, but in the meantime, fans of both theDodgers and Lakers can continue to stay connected with their teams during themandatory stay at home orders. Historic games will even be aired onboth channels. As anxious as we all are for the ongoingpandemic to end and for the 2020 season to begin, we now have even more reasonto be excited because this agreement will make Dodger baseball games andprogramming available for our fans on Spectrum, AT&T TV, DIRECTV, U-verseTV, and AT&T TV NOW,stated Stan Kasten, President & CEO of theLos Angeles Dodgers. I want to thankAT&T and Spectrum Networks for coming together on this agreement. Weare eager to get this season started once it is deemed safe to do soeverywhere.

Wimbledon Canceled for 1st Time Since World War II
04/01/2020 3:09pm

Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament wont be played.The All England Club announced after an emergency meeting that the event it refers to simply as The Championships is being scrapped for 2020.Wimbledon was scheduled to be played on the clubs grass courts on the outskirts of London from June 29 to July 12.Instead, the next edition of the tournament will be June 28 to July 11, 2021.The tournament was first held in 1877 and has been contested every year since, with the exception of two stretches: from 1915-18 because of World War I, and from 1940-45 because of World War II.Coronavirus Pandemic CoveragecoronavirusMar 10List of Global Sporting Events Affected by the CoronaviruscoronavirusMar 10Festivals, Concerts and Other Events Canceled or Postponed Due to Coronavirus FearsIt now joins the growing list of sports events scrapped completely in 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak.That includes the Tokyo Olympics which have been pushed back 12 months and the NCAA mens and womens college basketball tournaments.Wimbledon is the first major tennis championship completely wiped out this year because of the coronavirus. The start of the French Open was postponed from late May to late September.As of now, the U.S. Open is still scheduled to be played in New York from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13.Coronavirus Pandemic CoverageTokyo OlympicsMar 30Tokyo Olympics Rescheduled for July 23-Aug. 8 in 2021NFLMar 31NFL Team Owners Vote to Expand Playoffs to 14 TeamscoronavirusMar 13Your Guide to the COVID-19 Coronavirus PandemiccoronavirusFeb 26Map: Watch the Coronavirus Cases Spread Across the WorldThis story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Lakers’ Players That Tested Positive For Coronavirus Are Now Symptom-Free
04/01/2020 6:11am

The two Los Angeles Lakers players that tested positive for COVID-19 on March 19, have both recovered and are symptom-free after a 14-day quarantine the team announced on Tuesday.The Lakers hired a private company to test players after it was announced that four members of the Brooklyn Nets had tested positive following a game against the Lakers on March 10 at Staples Center. Once the results of the tests were complete, the team announced that two players had tested positive and would remain anonymous. The players that tested positive each completed a 14-dayhome quarantine prescribed by doctors, and are currently free of symptoms. Therest of the team, coaches, and staff has remained at home in self-isolation. The entire Lakers organization continues to follow thehealth and safety guidelines set by the CDC.The two Lakers players were among dozens of other NBA players who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last few weeks. Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert is the first known positive test in the NBA, and his diagnosis prompted the postponement of the NBA season. Goberts positive test led to the shut down of almost all sports as we know it, as the other professional sports leagues all followed the NBAs lead 24 hours later. Following Goberts positive test, it was announced that teammate Donovan Mitchell had also tested positive, as did Detroit Pistons center Christian Wood, who played against Gobert in a game just days earlier. Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant was among four playerson the team that tested positive, as were three members on the Philadelphia76ers, and one on the Denver Nuggets. All those members remained anonymous.Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart also tested positive forCOVID-19 on the same day as the Lakers results were announced. Shams Charaniaof The Athletic, reported on Tuesdaythat Smart had recovered from the disease and would be donating his bloodplasma to the National COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Project for research.This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell, Who Both Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Highlight Players-only NBA 2K Tournament
04/01/2020 5:41am

Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell will lead a 16-player field of NBA players in an NBA 2K20 tournament airing on ESPN.The NBA, the players association and 2K announced the NBA 2K Players Tournament on Tuesday. Play begins Friday, and the winner of the week-long competition will receive a $100,000 donation to a coronavirus-related relief effort of their choice.Player have been seeded according to their NBA 2K player rating from Durants 96 down to Derrick Jones Jr.s 78 and tenure. Durant, the Brooklyn Nets star who sat out this NBA season due to injury, will face Jones in the first game Friday night. Other matches will air on ESPN2. The championship is set for April 11.Participants will each select a pool of eight teams prior to the tournament and can only play with each club once throughout the tournament. Rounds one and two will be single elimination, and the semifinals and finals will be best-of-three.The other matchups include Young vs. Harrison Barnes, Hassan Whiteside vs. Pat Beverley, Donovan Mitchel vs. Rui Hachimura, Devin Booker vs. Michael Porter Jr., Andre Drummond vs. DeMarcus Cousins, Zach LaVine vs. Deandre Ayton and Montrezl Harrell vs. Domantas Sabonis.The full bracket is below:The NBA has been shut down since March 11, the night that Utah center Rudy Gobert became the first player in the league to have a positive diagnosis for the virus revealed. The league is still discussing scenarios for resuming play once allowed.

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