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Andrew D. Bernstein

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame photographer Andrew D. Bernstein discusses life behind the scenes with some of the biggest names in the world of sports. Covering the most memorable events of the past three decades, telling lively and personal stories, plus in-depth discussions about the serious issues affecting current and retired athletes. This podcast about the memories, business and culture of sport is a co-production of Legends of Sport and Los Angeles Times.

Classic: Candace Parker

Andy speaks with Candace Parker, of the Los Angeles Sparks. Parker’s long list of accomplishments includes WNBA Champion, WNBA Finals MVP, 2x WNBA MVP,...

LOS Classic: Jim Gray

One of the most distinguished voices in sports, Jim Gray, shares his insight on what it takes to be an Emmy award-winning broadcaster and...

Dream Team at 30 with P.J. Carlesimo

P.J. Carlesimo has led the best in the basketball world for decades. Carlesimo led Fordham University to their winningest season in history and upon...


Andy sits down with former Los Angeles Lakers Head Athletic Trainer – Gary Vitti – to discuss his book "32 years of Titles &...

Phil Weber

Veteran basketball coach Phil Weber shares his fondest memories and the lessons he learned working with some of the NBA’s top players and coaches....

LOS CLASSIC: Ann Meyers Drysdale

Ann Meyers Drysdale set herself apart by being the best and“the first” for four decades. Meyers Drysdale was the first high school player on...

Bubbleball with Ben Golliver

For the past 15 years, Ben Golliver has shared his love for basketball through his writing. First, Golliver ran a self-published blog titled “Draft Kevin...

Peter Vecsey

Sportswriting was Peter Vecsey's destiny. His father was a sports editor and his mother was a society editor for the Long Island Press. He...

LOS Classic: Magic Johnson

Our latest podcast is another LOS Classic and a favorite among our listeners. We’re bringing back our 2018 interview with the one and only...

Spencer Haywood

Before he ascended the podium as youngest member of the 1968 gold-medal winning U.S Olympic team, Spencer Haywood wasn’t a household name. He grew...