Great Book of Los Angeles Sports Lists

Great Book of Los Angeles Sports Lists

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by Steve Hartman, Matt "Money" Smith
     
 

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With multiple franchises in pro sports—Lakers and Clippers (NBA), Dodgers and Angels (MLB), and Kings and Ducks (NHL)—plus major interest in UCLA and USC athletics, LA’s fans are some of the most sports-crazed in the country. Matt “Money” Smith and Steve Hartman—two of the leading authorities on So-Cal sports—stir up the

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With multiple franchises in pro sports—Lakers and Clippers (NBA), Dodgers and Angels (MLB), and Kings and Ducks (NHL)—plus major interest in UCLA and USC athletics, LA’s fans are some of the most sports-crazed in the country. Matt “Money” Smith and Steve Hartman—two of the leading authorities on So-Cal sports—stir up the scene with this entertaining compilation, including guest lists from Kobe Bryant, Phil Jackson, Luc Robitaille, Jeanie Buss, Steve Garvey, and many more.

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KLAC-AM Los Angeles area sports personality Matt "Money" Smith and Fox Sports Radio commentator Steve Hartman preside over this rich collection of Southern California sports lists. Almost as much fun as a courtside seat at a Lakers game and a whole lot cheaper.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762435203
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date:
04/28/2009
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
8.96(w) x 6.02(h) x 0.49(d)

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Matt “Money” Smith is the afternoon drive host at KLAC AM570, LA’s top sports-talk radio station. He’s part of the Lakers Radio Broadcast team, and is the back-up play-by-play announcer and color analyst. He occasionally appears on the popular national program Jim Rome Is Burning, and does regular voice work on the NFL Network and for NFL Films. He lives in Los Angeles.

Steve Hartman is the host of “Loose Cannons” at KLAC AM570, the longest-running sports talk show in southern California. He has also been the weekend television sports anchor for KCBS/KCAL since 1998. The UCLA graduate was the media relations director for the Los Angeles Raiders from 1984-1988 before embarking on his 20-year broadcast career. He lives in Los Angeles.

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