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December 16, 1993 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Promoter Joseph M. Cohen was asked Wednesday what needed to be obtained before the new sports arena proposed for the Kings and other professional franchises can be brought to fruition. "Decent land, entitlement, talent, sales, financing," Cohen responded in a succinct statement that seemed to mean: Everything. And that answer, if the recent past in the Los Angeles-Orange County area is any guide, indicates that the odds are against success in the venture, estimated to cost $125-150 million.
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January 9, 1998
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January 9, 1998
*--* Team Phone No. Ticket Range Lakers (310) 419-3100 $21-$125 Clippers (213) 745-0500 $15-$200 Kings (888) 546-4752 $15-$80 Mighty Ducks (714) 704-2500 $15-$150 Dodgers (213) 224-1HIT $8-$21 Angels (714) 663-9000 $4-$34.50 UCLA football (310) 825-2946 $4-$25 USC football (213) 740-4672 $23-$39 USC basketball (213) 740-4672 $6-$20 UCLA basketball (310) UCLA-WIN $5-$25 Galaxy (888) MLS-KICK $8-$30 Sparks (310) 412-5000 $7.
SPORTS
December 16, 1993 | KENNETH REICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Promoter Joseph M. Cohen was asked Wednesday what needed to be obtained before the new sports arena proposed for the Kings and other professional franchises can be brought to fruition. "Decent land, entitlement, talent, sales, financing," Cohen responded in a succinct statement that seemed to mean: Everything. And that answer, if the recent past in the Los Angeles-Orange County area is any guide, indicates that the odds are against success in the venture, estimated to cost $125-150 million.
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February 18, 2005 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
The ubiquitous LeBron James, on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated and sure to be featured during this weekend's NBA All-Star festivities, may soon be coming to a computer screen near you. A company based in Parsippany, N.J., is releasing a voice-activated software program in which a likeness of the star appears when summoned by the phrase, "Yo, LeBron."
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January 26, 2004 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
Dodger fans might have hailed Frank McCourt as their savior, the man who would rescue their team from the clutches of the increasingly indifferent and occasionally infuriating corporate ownership of Fox. But as McCourt awaits formal approval of his bid to buy the Dodgers, many of those fans have risen up against him. As the Angels and their dynamic new owner threaten to overshadow the Dodgers in a market they have long ruled, McCourt has yet to explain how he would meet that challenge.
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