Brooklyn Nets star guard Kyrie Irving will not be allowed to play or practice with the team anywhere until he is "eligible to be a full participant," announced General Manager Sean Marks.
"I guess to do certain stuff, to work and all that, I guess you don’t own your body," Warriors' Andrew Wiggins said. "That’s what it comes down to."
Former Laker small forward Cedric Ceballos announced Monday that he has overcome COVID-19, but continues to fight through post-COVID conditions, writing he still cannot “breathe, walk or function” on his own.
He spent three days in the hospital after contracting the virus, despite being fully vaccinated.
The 48-year-old boxer said he was fully vaccinated
The Los Angeles Rams placed punters Johnny Hekker and Corey Bojorquez on the Reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday.
The Torrance Little League won big in the team's Little League World Series debut Thursday.
Football is finally back!
The NFL outlined in its June training camp and preseason COVID-19 protocols that unvaccinated players can get fined $14,650 for violating preventative health measures.
According to event organizers, the Olympic Games will ban alcohol at venues and ask fans to refrain from cheering in a bid to prevent another surge of coronavirus infections in Japan.
Officials announced later in the evening that the attendance of the Dodgers-Phillies game was 52,078.
The Yankees have "Bleacher Creatures" and the Mariners have had their moments with "King's Court" and "Maple Grove" fan sections. Here in LA, the Dodgers will soon have the "Fully Vaccinated Fan Section."
Fans returned to Staples Center for the first time in more than a year.
The NBA on Wednesday announced a new partnership that will make COVID-19 health screening technology available to all 30 teams and their arenas.
Exciting times for Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Ducks fans as California will soon give teams the green light to have fans in the stands at indoor arenas.
Major League Baseball and its teams said Thursday they will distribute $1.5 million in free tickets this regular season to essential workers of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Play ball! The Los Angeles Angels opened the 2021 season Thursday night with fans at Angel Stadium for the first time since Sept. 29, 2019.
Card games, car pools and eating at restaurants may be back in the major leagues later this season. Trips to church and sponsor events may return, too.
The Los Angeles Angels have announced that single-game tickets for April home games will go on sale to the general public starting March 26th.
The California Department of Public Health has quietly updated its youth sports rules to include guidance that only one parent can be allowed to observe their child’s game.