Damian Lillard remains one of the few superstars in the NBA that remains loyal to the team that drafted him. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains that while Lillard’s loyalty is appreciated, he should leave the Blazers for his and the team’s sake.
Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving’s selfishness has already driven James Harden out of Brooklyn. Sports Assistant Editor Jerry Jiang explains if Irving doesn’t clean up his act, he will never win a ring again.
Many people agree that Michael Jordan is the GOAT of basketball. Staff Writer Austin LeDe’ presents his case on why he thinks LeBron James is the best player of all time.
Senior Jessica Campbell shares about using her Pepperdine and internship networks to meet sports industry professionals and become one.
If you think sports are all physical, think again. Numbers are at the center of how all athletes are perceived, evaluated and classified.
SportsWaves’s original host, Arthur Puu, returns to the show to talk shop with the new hosts. Now at ESPN, Puu talks about where he’s been, where he’s at today, and the state of L.A. sports.
Michael Wexler joins to talk the NBA finals, his own experiences with NBA players, and remembering Kobe Bryant, plus more analysis from Paxton Ritchey and Karl Winter on the NFL and MLB.
PGM Staff Writer Austin Hall joins the full episode to discuss an NFL COVID-19 outbreak, the NBA Finals and the college football season.
Racial and social justice movements persist in professional sports, and athletes and leagues are hoping to be leaders in this movement using their platforms.
Due to COVID-19, different levels of sports, from amateur to professional, have had to adjust with new plans and protocols to have a season.