Agent-turned-producer Nick Reed will find out Sunday if he's an Oscar winner for his short documentary “The Lady in Number 6 — Music Saved My Life.” To market the film about Holocaust survivor Alice…
Time Warner Cable Sports Net has reportedly discussed giving Dwight Howard his own TV show if he re-signs with the Los Angeles Lakers. Why stop there?
Hollywood studios see their box office future in China, but the National Basketball Assn. has beat them there. The hoops-crazed country is the NBA's biggest overseas market. But the league is not…
The charity banquet season hits its peak at this time of year, and the crowded ballrooms remind us that there are people in town who worry less about making money than giving it away.
Sequins, bling, suits and high heels aplenty dazzled at the BevWilshire on May 2 for the EIF Women's Cancer Research Fund's 16th annual An Unforgettable Evening gala.
Even ESPN and ESPN.com seemed at odds over how to treat the NBA center's decision to out himself as gay.
Lakers star Kobe Bryant tore his Achilles tendon, not only casting a cloud over the current season (even if the team makes the playoffs) but, given the injury's nature and recovery time, darkening…
Jerry Buss, the Los Angeles Lakers' playboy owner who shepherded the NBA team to 10 championships from the Showtime dynasty of the 1980s to the Kobe Bryant era, died Monday at Cedars-Sinai Medical…
An example of long-term documentary filmmaking paying off in ways few could have anticipated, "Linsanity" energetically recounts Jeremy Lin's astonishing rise to NBA stardom.
Spike Lee has captured the essence of team sport.