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Lisa Dillman

Writer

Lisa Dillman is a sports reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She has covered the Kings, the Ducks, the Clippers, professional tennis, soccer and Olympic sports at five Summer Games and two Winter Games for the newspaper since 1992. With business reporter Jim Bates, she was honored by APSE, finishing second in the investigative category with a series of reports detailing the rise and fall of Kings owner Bruce McNall into bankruptcy and the subsequent federal investigation. More recently, she covered the Kings' run to the Stanley Cup in 2012. She plays tennis much better than she skates.

Recent Articles

  • Madison Keys survives long and early U.S. Open test

    Madison Keys survives long and early U.S. Open test

    Madison Keys became a spokesperson for an organization before the U.S. Open and promptly gave its name an honest test run in her first match, coming within two points of elimination. Fearlessly Girl. Now the premise of the organization, Fearlessly Girl, is not tennis-based -- it works with young...

  • U.S. Open can keep out the rain but can't escape the injuries

    U.S. Open can keep out the rain but can't escape the injuries

    First off, there was Roger Federer’s left knee. Next, the injury ante was raised in a big way by the time the Olympics ended with Novak Djokovic’s left wrist and, finally and dramatically, the right shoulder of Serena Williams. The way things are going, the portable ultrasounds better be poised...

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