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Lakers manage to show some of their championship mettle in loss to Warriors
The pair of LeBron James and Anthony Davis make the Lakers special, but they run into some problems in a 115-113 loss to the Golden State Warriors.
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Sam Mewis showcases what she brings to USWNT in win over Colombia
Sam Mewis scores a hat trick and showcases the important role she is playing in the USWNT's 2021 ambitions in 4-0 win over Colombia.
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Chris Harris Jr. knows why Brandon Staley 'skyrocketed' to Chargers coach
Brandon Staley, the former Rams defensive coordinator who was hired as the Chargers' new coach, has had a meteoric rise in the NFL coaching ranks, and Chargers cornerback Chris Harris Jr., who played under Staley in Denver, believes he knows why.
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Jon Arnett, legendary USC running back who also starred for Rams, dies at 85
Jon Arnett, one of the greatest running backs in USC history and a College Football Hall of Famer, died Saturday at the age of 85.
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Buoyed by strong Pac-12 start, UCLA returns to AP rankings at No. 24
UCLA, which has won six consecutive games, is ranked in the AP men's college basketball poll for the first time since the season's opening week.
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High schools begin playing football games in violation of state health guidelines
Several high school football games were played in California over the weekend in violation of state COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.
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Third quarter a charm: 5 takeaways from the Clippers' win Sunday
Five takeaways from the Clippers' victory over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night at Staples Center.
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Hernández: Who Brandon Staley hires will be as significant as the Chargers hiring him
While Brandon Staley is heralded as a genius in some quarters, he's only 38 with minimal NFL experience so his staff is as important as his smarts and charisma.
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In football stadiums and ballparks, he fought for the rights of Black athletes
Halley Harding was a gifted athlete and journalist who railed against bigotry and racism. His remarkable life isn't well-known, but it should be.
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Losing his eyesight unexpectedly triggered a life of fitness, marathons and triathlons
With the help of a network of sighted guides, Tony Duenas, 53, found fitness and freedom through endurance athletics after losing his eyesight in 2009.
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Kawhi Leonard reminds former coach what he's all about in Clippers win
Indiana Pacers coach Nate Bjorkgren, who worked with Kawhi Leonard in Toronto, got another reminder of Leonard's abilities in the Clippers' 129-96 win.
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With Brandon Staley leaving, Rams once again searching for a defensive coordinator
With Brandon Staley leaving to become the head coach of the Chargers, Sean McVay and the Rams are once again looking for a defensive coordinator.
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Tom Brady finds playoff success again in what might have been Drew Brees' final game
A year after his unceremonious departure from New England, Tom Brady is one win away from yet another Super Bowl heading into championship Sunday.
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Chargers to hire Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley as head coach
The Chargers have chosen Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley as their next head coach.
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Can the Lakers be the new Warriors with a twist: a LeBron-led dynasty?
The Golden State Warriors aren't the same team they were a few seasons ago when they dominated the NBA. Will the Lakers be the next titan in the West?
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'It started in Vegas': 15 biggest takeaways from Part 2 of HBO's documentary, 'Tiger'
The latest episode of HBO's documentary about Tiger Woods takes a look at his relationship with Rachel Uchitel. Here are 15 takeaways from Episode 2.
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Will Jared Goff be Rams' QB next season? Sean McVay vows he'll 'evaluate everything'
Rams coach Sean McVay was noncommittal about starting quarterback Jared Goff's future with the team following Saturday's playoff loss to the Packers.
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Rachel Uchitel hoped to leave the word 'mistress' behind. It hasn't gone as planned
More than a decade after her involvement with Tiger Woods, Uchitel says employers are still wary of her: "They've told me flat out that I'm too scandalous."
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Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd are back and feeling refreshed
The women's national soccer team welcomes back Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd for the first time in 10 months when it faces Colombia in Orlando.
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Patrick Mahomes vs. Baker Mayfield: Five facts from their record-smashing 2016 game
Five things to know about Patrick Mahomes and Baker Mayfield from their epic 2016 college game ahead of Chiefs vs. Browns in the NFL playoffs.
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Chargers scheduled to meet with Rams' Brandon Staley for second time
The Chargers are scheduled to interview Rams defensive coordinator Brandon Staley a second time as they continue to search for their new head coach.
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5 takeaways from the Rams' season-ending loss to the Packers
Here are five takeaways from the Rams' 32-18 season-ending loss to the Green Bay Packers in Saturday's NFC divisional-round playoff game.
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A new UCLA hero emerges almost every night. The Bruins just never know who it will be
A different standout player has proved pivotal in almost every game UCLA has played against Pac-12 competition this season.
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Lakers' biggest improvement leads to debate: Who's their best three-point shooter?
The Lakers are the third-best team from three-point range, quite an improvement from last season and a reason they have the best record in the NBA.
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'It... spun out of control': Part 2 of HBO's Tiger Woods' documentary gets personal
Tiger Woods' life has played out in the public eye, and no matter how hard he tried to control his image, even his darkest secrets could not be hidden.
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Lambeau crowd fans Aaron Rodgers' emotions in playoff victory over Rams
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he was overcome by emotion as Green Bay had a crowd for the first game this season, a 32-18 playoff victory over the Rams.
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