Kevin Modesti, Daily Bulletin

Kevin Modesti

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Daily Bulletin
  • O.C. Register
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
  • The Sun
Past:
  • Daily Breeze
  • SGV Tribune
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Whittier Daily News
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • ChicoER

Recent articles by Kevin:

Game Day: February Madness for UCLA, USC men’s basketball

How far the UCLA and USC men’s basketball teams go in March could be determined by what they do in February. → Read More

Game Day: Rules need review after Lakers fiasco

Egregious non-call sparks conversation on how to make replay rules better in the NBA. → Read More

Game Day: A glimpse of the 2026 World Cup

It’s too early to know what the U.S. team will look like in 2026, but it’s not too early to wonder. → Read More

Game Day: Big night for LeBron, another L for Lakers

The bittersweet scenario of breaking the record on a mediocre team is looking both more bitter and more sweet than imagined. → Read More

Game Day: Is there hope for Arte Moreno’s Angels?

Moreno’s problem hasn’t really been spending money; it’s how he has spent it. → Read More

Game Day: How our Baseball Hall of Fame voters decided

SCNG writers don’t agree on a lot, which is as it should be in a complex process to figure out which players belong. → Read More

Game Day: Chargers and Brandon Staley can win the blame game

Staley appears to be keeping his job. He’d be wise to accept responsibility for Chargers’ playoff loss. → Read More

Game Day: Lakers need a new Mr. Clutch

Lakers pulled out a win against lowly Houston, but still have concerns about closing games. → Read More

Game Day: Lakers, Clippers at a turning point

Both teams could use additions to the roster in order to make any kind of playoff impact. → Read More

Game Day: For Chargers, it’s note fate, it’s failure

Historic collapse against Jacksonville didn’t have to happen, but the Chargers didn’t execute. → Read More

Game Day: A fresh start for the Chargers

A back-of-an-envelope analysis of overachieving and underachieving teams and their NFL playoff success. → Read More

Game Day. Rams’ Sean McVay isn’t first to face doubts about coaching

MLB manager Sparky Anderson took a break from his Hall of Fame career seeking a healthy perspective. → Read More

Game Day: Lots of late drama for Chargers, Rams, NFL

The climactic weekend of the NFL’s regular season is like no other league’s, with playoff berths or seedings on the line for 18 of its 32 teams on the final weekend. → Read More

Game Day: Time for UCLA, USC men’s basketball talk

Reporters Tarek Fattal and Adam Grosbard discuss Thursday night’s matchup and the future of both teams. → Read More

Game Day: On USC and UCLA bowl-game losses and lessons

This is the first year since 2013 that both USC and UCLA had improved, winning records and (let’s assume) top-25 finishes in the AP poll. → Read More

Game Day with Kevin Modesti – Damar Hamlin: What we know – San Bernardino Sun

It had been an enjoyable weekend of football and sports, but all of that seems secondary as Hamlin remains in a Cincinnati hospital. → Read More

Game Day with Kevin Modesti – Damar Hamlin: What we know

It had been an enjoyable weekend of football and sports, but all of that seems secondary as Hamlin remains in a Cincinnati hospital. → Read More

Game Day: A happier new year in Los Angeles football

The Chargers, USC, UCLA and maybe even the Rams are better off today than they were on January 1, 2022. → Read More

Game Day: College football’s big finish

The next five days will bring 16 bowl games featuring eight clashes between ranked teams, including USC and UCLA and the Rose Bowl. → Read More

Game Day: Have Lakers earned a chance to win?

The Lakers’ first win in five games, leaving them 14-20 and out of the playoff picture at this point, still felt notable. → Read More