Adrian Bascope
Adrian Bascope Pronunciation (he/him)
Sports Reporter, Los Angeles

Adrian Bascope expects to graduate in summer 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Bascope is working for the L.A. sports bureau.

Latest from Adrian Bascope

Arizona recruit Dylan Andrews eager to join UCLA basketball this fall

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles native Dylan Andrews played his final year of high school basketball at AZ Compass Prep in Chandler and is committed to playing for the resurgent UCLA Bruins this fall.

Los Angeles residents step up to help displaced Ukrainians and fighters at the front

LOS ANGELES – Ukrainian volunteers and L.A.-area firefighters loaded much needed relief supplies to the people of war-torn Ukraine on Monday at St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

Fans are thrilled as Angel City FC makes its debut in women’s pro soccer

There’s a brand new team in Los Angeles – Angel City FC. It is the first professional women's soccer team for LA, and the Southwest.

Quidditch casts its spell on muggles beyond Hogwarts

LOS ANGELES – How did UCLA come to dominate the world of collegiate quidditch, a sport that fuses elements of dodgeball, tag and rugby?

Arizona already getting ready to host the 2023 Super Bowl

LOS ANGELES – Preparations already are underway for the NFL’s big game next year. The Arizona host committee was in Los Angeles for the 2022 Super Bowl and provided some insight into plans for next year.

Arizona has eyes on March Madness after clinching Pac-12 regular season title

LOS ANGELES – The Arizona Wildcats clinched the Pac-12 regular season title but have much bigger aspirations as the conference tournament and March Madness approach.

Turnaround tandem: Kupp and McVay instrumental in returning the Lombardi Trophy to LA

LOS ANGELES – Super Bowl MVP Cooper Kupp and Rams coach Sean McVay got together back in 2017, and they haven’t taken their foot off the gas pedal since.

After 31-year playoff victory drought, Bengals fans giddy about team’s Super Bowl appearance

LOS ANGELES – Not winning a playoff game for 31 years hasn't deterred a Bengals fan base from showing up at postseason games. Will the Super Bowl be more of the same?

Legalized sports betting could be a step toward reducing homelessness

LOS ANGELES – A sports betting initiative that could be on the November ballot for California could help alleviate the crisis of people experiencing homelessness.

Arizona’s hot start puts men’s college basketball world on notice

LOS ANGELES – The Arizona Wildcats went from a troubled team in 2021 to a No. 3 spot in the AP rankings and a lead in the Pac-12 in 2022. Who and what brought this dramatic change to the program?