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  1. Lakers announce 2011-12 broadcast team

    Brian Kamenetzky

    ESPNLA's Arash Markazi has the story, here. In short, John Ireland, who has been the sideline reporter on KCAL broadcasts since 2002 will anchor the radio broadcasts beside Mychal Thompson on 710 ESPN, while on television Bill Macdonald replaces J...

    Blog | June 21, 2011
  2. Hornets 108, Lakers 100: One Moment

    Andy Kamenetzky

    With 8:42 remaining in the fourth quarter and the Lakers down by 87-72, KCAL sideline reporter/710 ESPN's John Ireland busted out a surprising sideline interview: Bruce Willis! That's right. John McClane himself, in the Big Easy to film a movie. Will...

    Blog | March 29, 2010
  3. Los Angeles Dodgers announce spring training TV schedule

    Tony Jackson

    The Dodgers announced their 2010 spring training television schedule and 14 games will be broadcast locally.

    Story | Conversation | February 09, 2010
  4. Dodgers owner Frank McCourt: 'Painful time' amid divorce

    Dodgers owner Frank McCourt, mired in a bitter divorce and team ownership dispute with his estranged wife Jamie, says it has been a "very painful and sad" time.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2010
  5. Injuries don't hurt Kobe Bryant's performance

    John Ireland

    Nobody can play hurt at the level Kobe Bryant does.

    Blog | Conversation | January 03, 2010
  6. Big Show broadcasts live from KCAL 9 Studios

    Check out the pictures from the Big Show's visit to the KCAL 9 Studios on Monday, June 11.

    Photo Gallery | Conversation | June 15, 2007
  7. Meyers replaces Sunderland in Lakerland

    Longtime broadcaster Joel Meyers, the play-by-play radio voice of the Los Angeles Lakers the past two seasons, is moving to television.

    Story | Conversation | June 16, 2005
  8. Frustrated Shaq vents after game

    Shaquille O'Neal blasted the officiating, using an obscenity, after the Lakers' victory over the Raptors.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | February 01, 2004