More than 2,000 people were on hand Tuesday for Orange Coast College’s season opener against Chula Vista Southwestern.
The Lakers gathered Tuesday for the first time since Sunday’s helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant.
Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski yelled at Blue Devils fans to “Shut up!” and came across the court to scold them at the end of the first half for their “Jeff Capel sit with us” chant.
Federal officials on Tuesday said the helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and eight others didn’t have a warning system to alert the pilot if the aircraft was too close to terrain.
As part of an emotional pregame show on TNT, Shaquille O’Neal called the death of Kobe Bryant something he “never could have imagined,” and Jerry West called it the “saddest day of my life.”
Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry shared a conversation he had with Michael Jordan in Paris, where the NBA legend advised him not to focus on beating the Bulls’ record, just “winning a championship.” But Lasry thinks this Bucks team “should do everything.”
Before Tuesday’s home game, the 76ers honored the memory of Kobe Bryant, who went to nearby Lower Merion High School, with a video tribute and a moment of silence. Worldwide, fans continued to honor the former NBA great.
The Astros have focused their managerial search on veteran Dusty Baker, a source told ESPN. A deal hasn’t been finalized.
Ash Barty’s skill set and passion for tennis, not to mention her indigenous roots, are comparable to her friend and compatriot, Australian legend Evonne Goolagong Cawley.
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said he senses “a heightened level of maturity” from receiver Tyreek Hill since signing an extension before the season after officials declined to press charges against him in April.