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Short-handed Lakers fall short against Suns in feisty game
The Lakers were without Marc Gasol and Anthony Davis in the 114-104 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday at Staples Center.
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Walker Buehler, Dustin May pitch Dodgers to spring training tie against Giants
The Dodgers and San Francisco Giants played to a 1-1 tie in seven innings on Tuesday in a spring training game.
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Andrew Heaney makes spring training debut in Angels' loss to Reds
Top pitching prospects Chris Rodriguez and Reid Detmers looked sharp, but the Angels lost for the first time this spring, 7-5 to the Cincinnati Reds.
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With Kawhi Leonard out, a surprise star steps up, but can't save Clippers in Boston
The Clippers fell short against the Celtics 117-112 on Tuesday in Boston, despite Reggie Jackson's 25-point night in the absence of Kawhi Leonard because of back spasms.
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Planning a trip to see Dodgers or Angels spring training games? Here's what to expect
Health and safety precautions are enforced, so attending a Dodgers or Angels Cactus League game this spring looks to be an enjoyable experience.
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Lakers' Marc Gasol out against Phoenix because of health and safety protocols
Lakers center Marc Gasol will not play against the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday because of the NBA's health and safety protocols.
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Back spasms knock out Clippers' Kawhi Leonard for Boston game
Kawhi Leonard was ruled out right before the Clippers' game against the Boston Celtics on Tuesday because of back spasms.
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NBA All-Star game 2021: Fields for slam dunk, 3-point shooting and skills contests
Participants for the NBA All-Star slam dunk, three-point shooting and skills contests were announced Tuesday in advance of Sunday's exhibition in Atlanta.
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Sparks re-sign All-Star forward Nneka Ogwumike
Nneka Ogwumike, the WNBA most valuable player when she led the Sparks to the 2016 championship, has re-signed with the team.
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Longhorns supporters threaten university, players over 'Eyes of Texas' controversy
Texas linebacker DeMarvion Overshown says he received death threats when he refused to sing the school's alma mater, 'The Eyes of Texas,' which has racist roots.
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LAFC and Galaxy hope to have fans at home games this season
The Galaxy and LAFC are hopeful that at least a limited number of fans will be allowed into their stadiums when the MLS season opens next month.
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Terry Francona accused by son of 'covering up wrongdoings' by Mickey Callaway
Nick Francona, a former executive for the Dodgers and Mets, accused his father, Indians manager Terry Francona, of 'covering up wrongdoings' by Mickey Callaway.
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UCLA's schedule sets up for Bruins to make first statement under Chip Kelly
UCLA will open the 2021 season by hosting Hawaii on Aug. 28 in a game that gives Chip Kelly another chance to win his first nonconference game with the Bruins.
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Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura counties can begin outdoor sports
Case rates for COVID-19 drop below 14.0 per 100,000 in Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties, where outdoor high school sports can resume.
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Toasting a Pac-12 title will require road-weary UCLA to beat Oregon
UCLA's road to the Pac-12 championship goes through Oregon because conference officials say they want equity in crowning the regular-season champion.
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Favorable 2021 football schedule could help Trojans contend for Pac-12 title and more
USC's 2021 football schedule provides reasons for hope that the Trojans could again be serious contenders for a Pac-12 championship.
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New details emerge about suspended Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway's behavior
Mickey Callaway says he had consensual extramarital affairs, according to a report by the Athletic that details how the Cleveland Indians were informed.
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St. Francis, San Clemente dedicate football seasons to departed coaches
The late Jim Bonds and Joe Wood are still on the minds of football players at St. Francis and San Clemente high schools.
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Dodgers infielder Matt Davidson comes with a bonus: He can also pitch
Matt Davidson reported to Dodgers camp as a right-handed-hitting corner infielder with some pop. But he can also pitch, which interests Dave Roberts.
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Terance Mann did special things kids don't do. Now he's doing them for the Clippers
Terance Mann, the second-year guard out of Florida State, has solidified his place in the Clippers' rotation with strong play.
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Elliott: Chiney Ogwumike is ready for challenge of rebuilding with Sparks
Chiney Ogwumike is returning to the Sparks this season to restart her basketball career, which has allowed her to expand her horizons and help others.
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New Dodgers ace Trevor Bauer's first spring outing meets lofty expectations
Trevor Bauer threw 28 pitches — 21 for strikes — in his first Dodgers' spring outing, a two-inning stint in a lopsided victory over the Colorado Rockies.
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Lakers shore up their defense with return of Dennis Schroder
Long hours of film review and the return of point guard Dennis Schroder have helped shore up the Lakers' defense, which will be needed against Phoenix.
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Viva Las Vegas? UCLA could do without trip to Pac-12 tournament
A trip to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 tournament could do more bad than good for UCLA, which is already a lock for the NCAA tournament, according to projections.
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Orange County public school football teams are ready for season to begin
'Let's go' is the attitude of players and coaches from several Orange County high schools excited about a spring football season.
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Can new Angels pitcher Alex Cobb recapture the form Joe Maddon saw in Tampa Bay?
Despite Alex Cobb's recent struggles, he still reminds Angels manager Joe Maddon of the pitcher who had a 3.21 ERA from 2011 to 2014 with the Rays.
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Dodgers pound Rockies while Trevor Bauer and Kenley Jansen pound the strike zone
Trevor Bauer pitched two scoreless innings in his Dodgers debut and Kenley Jansen threw nine straight pitches in the strike zone Monday in a 10-0 spring training win over the Colorado Rockies.
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Shohei Ohtani, Mike Trout and Albert Pujols get their bats going in Angels' tie
The Angels tied a scheduled six-inning exhibition against the Chicago White Sox 4-4 but several Angels hitters had quality at-bats.
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High school football schedules for 2021 winter-spring season
The long-delayed high school football season is set to resume March 11-13 in the Southland. Here are the updated schedules.
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Court dismisses lawsuit trying to unite international college athletes with U.S. teams
A lawsuit filed to help 16 international athletes from UCLA and Loyola Marymount reunite with their teams amid the pandemic has been dismissed by the U.S. District Court.
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