The Kings have reached agreement on a three-year contract with restricted free agent left wing Dwight King, avoiding an arbitration hearing that had been scheduled to take place in Toronto on Friday.
Byron Scott's first news conference as Lakers coach was so much like a class reunion it was natural for the guests of honor to call each other by their old nicknames.
Past met present on Monday, when Rafer Johnson carried the Olympic torch into a party that celebrated the 30th anniversary of the opening ceremony of the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics.
Nobody wanted the 1984 Summer Olympics except Los Angeles and nobody here wanted to pay for them with public money, so Peter Ueberroth and the organizing committee he led had to drum up private donations and work without the safety net of government guarantees.
Seattle closer Fernando Rodney shot an arrow in the air ? at least figuratively ? and when it came to Earth, he and everyone else at Angel Stadium knew exactly where it was: in the comeback-win column for the rally-happy Angels.
Where in the world is the Stanley Cup?
CBS already has "The Millers," but this fall it will shake things up with "The McCarthys," a multi-camera sitcom about a sports-mad Boston family. At the center of the series is Ronny (Tyler Ritter), the baby of the family, who is not only uninterested in sports but also is gay. In a refreshing twist, it's the former trait that truly puts him at odds with his siblings and parents. As for his sexuality, Ronny's family has embraced that -- mostly. "The McCarthys," which began at the network as a single-camera pilot and was repurposed to its current format, is based loosely on the experiences of creator and former "Happy Endings" writer...