A Santa Barbara-inspired Home In Manhattan Beach offered by Giovanni Altamura of Altamura Real Estate Group. Plus a Entertaining Enclave In Beverly Hills, formerly home to Jack Kent Cooke—owner of the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings, and Washington Redskins
Pao Gasol Recently Sold in Redondo Beach Six-time NBA All-Star Los Angeles Lakers Pao Gasol has sold the…
This edition marks a milestone achievement for DIGS, our marketing partners, our readers and the local community—it’s our 5th Anniversary and 120th issue published! 120 Editions published. 3,000,000+ Magazines delivered.
As a coach, Scott’s leadership style is embedded with the experience of a having been one of the guys lacing up his sneakers and heading onto the court each night. The difference between being a player and a coach? Shifting from a singular perspective to a collective one.
Byron Scott describes, “as a player, you only have to worry about you, but as a coach, you’ve got to worry about the whole team. You’ve got to somehow convince them that the ultimate goal and the agenda should only be to win.”
Former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni listing their South Bay Manhattan Beach for $9.8 million—40% more than what they bought it for in 2013. Ed Kaminsky of the Kaminsky Real Estate Group & SportStar Relocation was the Listing Agent.
In this issue, we had the chance to sit down with Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach and local Manhattan Beach resident Jim Cleamons to discuss ‘Teachable Moments on the Basketball Court.’ Coach Cleamons is an amazing person, who uses basketball as a muse to teach others about life.