The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers voted to boycott the remaining few games of the NBA season Wednesday night, in their strongest statement yet against racial injustice following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Big sports news. A major disappointment for football fans.
The legacy of Kobe Bryant continues to live on through his latest young adult novel that addresses mental health in sports. An athlete who had an opportunity to meet Bryant shares how meaningful this project meant to the late NBA legend.
We hope you enjoy this video tribute as we open the baseball season in 2020. Our thanks to Vin Scully for voicing FOX 11’s original composition, Home.
Doc Rivers shares his thoughts on police reform as The Clippers return to practice to gear up for the restart of the NBA season.
We’ve seen protests across the country calling for racial justice, but where do we begin? LA Rams defensive lineman Sebastian Joseph-Day says we have to start with our schools. He wrote a op-ed piece talking about how education is the key to stopping systemic racism. Read the op-ed here: https://bit.ly/3ettTUz
Liz Habib has been sharing some of her conversation with LA Chargers lineman Isaac Rochell about the Black Lives Matter movement. He is taking a leading role in raising money for causes like the United Negro College Fund and the National Fair Housing Alliance.