The Los Angeles Lakers select Chino Hills product Lonzo Ball at No. 2 overall in the 2017 NBA Draft. There are four California products chosen in the first round on Thursday in Brooklyn and there were some notable second round selections as well.
In getting out all of our content for other sports, we never did get to doing an updated final ranking for the Class of 2015 football players. As these young men get ready to start their freshman seasons at some of the top colleges in the country, here’s one last look at a group that...
Want a great example of how setting goals, writing them down and looking at them every day can help someone attain success? Look no further than UCLA Hall of Famer Ed O’Bannon, who is now in the news for his landmark case against the NCAA.
Former Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Basketball Baron Davis unveils Reading and Learning Center during Wednesday ceremony at his old elementary school in South Los Angeles. Ceremony emceed by women’s basketball great Cheryl Miller.
After highly-touted sophomore point guard Lonzo Ball from Chino Hills commits to UCLA is a somewhat surprising move because of its timing, the dominoes fell with regards to another highly-regarded guard prospect committing to a Pac-12 school.
Jordan McLaughlin, Hoop Scoop’s No. 41 overall ranked player, will play college basketball at USC, the all-state guard announced Wednesday afternoon at a press conference at Etiwanda High School. As a junior, the 6-foot-1 point guard led Etiwanda to the coveted CIF Southern Section Division I-AA title, its first since 2005, and was a first […]
Hours after preseason All-State DB Adarius Pickett of El Cerrito chose UCLA, 6-foot-1, 165-pound defensive back Denzel Fisher of Compton Centennial also chose the Bruins. Fisher (@DenzelFish) Tweeted the news earlier this evening: “Just committed to Ucla !! Lets gooooo #Bruinnation”