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Longtime San Diego Sportscaster Jim Laslavic Hosts His Final NBC 7 SportsWrap

NBC 7’s Jim "Laz" Laslavic has officially retired after reporting on San Diego sports for more than 30 years.

In a heartfelt final NBC 7 SportsWrap, Laz reminisced on his transition from on the field to in front of the camera, memorable moments spent with his "teammates" and what he's looking forward to next. 

NBC 7's Derek Togerson penned a heartfelt goodbye to his colleague ahead of Laz's final show Sunday night.

Laz was joined on air by former anchors Susan Taylor and Marty Levin for his final send-off.

Watch some of Laz's final show below: 

San Diego Sports Legends Say Goodbye to Laz

Cy Young Winner Randy Jones, Padres Owner Ron Fowler and Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman say goodbye to NBC 7 SportsWrap's Jim Laslavic.

Laz's 'Teammates' Say Farewell

NBC 7 says goodbye to a man who's been a member of the family for more than 30 years. To help send off SportsWrap's Jim Laslavic are former and current NBC 7 anchors Susan Taylor, Marty Levin and Catherine Garcia.

SportsWrap Team Thanks Laz

The SportsWrap team behind the camera says goodbye to local sports icon Jim Laslavic on his last night.

Reminiscing on Laz 30 Years of Sports Stories

For NBC 7 Sportswrap Jim Laslavic's last show, U-T columnist Nick Canepa reflects on some of the stories they've both worked on.

Laz has traveled to Super Bowls, the World Series and the Olympics in his role as Sports Director for KNSD.

Most recently, he has been the host of NBC 7’s SportsWrap Sundays following the late news.

Jim Laslavic Through the Years

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my 30 years at NBC 7. I got to work with an amazing group of professionals,” Laz said.

A graduate of Penn State University, Laslavic played for coach Joe Paterno and was inducted in the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

Missing Attachment For the last week, 100 challenged athletes, along with some celebrity supporters — including our own Jim Laslavic — have biked from San Francisco all the way down the coast to San Diego as part of The Dodge Million Dollar Challenge. The ride is an annual fundraiser benefitting the Challenged Athletes Foundation.

He moved to San Diego in 1978 and played as a linebacker for the San Diego Chargers.

Always a good sport, he has been willing to do almost anything for charity from hosting his annual golf tournament to completing a 620-mile charity bike race or twirling on the dance floor with his daughter in a ballroom dancing event. 

Missing Attachment NBC 7 Sports Director Jim Laslavic is going out of his comfort zone for his latest endeavor: Ballroom dancing! Jim and his daughter will hit the dance floor at the Hotel Del for a charity event to benefit Sacred Heart School. Watch his smooth moves above.
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