Welcome to another roundup, where we gather all of LA sports’ biggest stories of the day!
The day opened up with Los Angeles being named the Best Sports City of 2020 by the Sports Business Journal. LA is home to many professional teams that vary from hockey all the way to soccer. However, it may have been the success of the Dodgers and Lakers during the year. Each organization went above and beyond to achieve greatness in their respective leagues. Both are also in a great position to repeat again in 2021.
Speaking of the Dodgers, the team announced today that it will be hosting a Holiday Zoom Party for all to enjoy this week. The Holiday season is a time for joy. What better way to accomplish that than to see your favorite Boys in Blue while continuing the World Series celebrations. Spots are limited so make sure to sign in on time to enjoy the party.
We end today with some words from Rams’ head coach Sean McVay. The Rams are 9-4 and are on the cusp of making the playoffs. All they have to do is take down the 0-13 New York Jets. Sounds like an easy task. However, McVay expressed that reaching the playoffs is not the ultimate goal that he envisions for the team. They have a lot to work towards before they take a break.
For additional info on any of the stories mentioned or any other news from around LA, click on the links below for the full article!
- Lakers: Los Angeles Named Best Sports City of 2020
- Dodgers: Boys in Blue Set to Host Holiday Party Via Zoom
- Rams: LA Focused on Securing Playoff Spot
More Stories from Around LA
- New Dodgers Catching Prospect Ryan January Happy to be in Blue
- Dodgers Linked to Free Agent Shortstop Marcus Semien
- LeBron James, Anthony Davis to make preseason debuts Wednesday for Los Angeles Lakers
- Wesley Matthews Adjusting To Fit Lakers’ Defensive Schemes
- Why the Rams won’t be able to afford to keep John Johnson
- Rams have a decision to make ILB when Micah Kiser returns
- Chargers list Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa as limited particpants in practice
- Justin Herbert needs three touchdown passes in last three games to break rookie record
- Ivica Zubac learning role as Clippers’ backup center
- Clippers seek better finish under new coach Tyronn Lue
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— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) December 15, 2020
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— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) December 15, 2020
#Chargers QB Justin Herbert says winning the last three games of the season would mean a lot more to him than breaking the rookie TD and yards records. “It would mean more for our team to finish strong.”
— Fernando Ramirez (@RealFRamirez) December 15, 2020
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