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Kim Moon-hwan could make his MLS debut for injury-depleted LAFC vs. Seattle
LAFC's Carlos Vela and Diego Ross have started just four MLS games together in the last 18 months. That number is unlikely to change Saturday afternoon vs. the Seattle Sounders.
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What exactly is catfishing and why did NBA Twitter fall for Vivian Flores?
NBA Twitter felt duped by the story of Vivian Flores' disappearance, resuscitating the controversy of catfishing.
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LeBron James takes heat from the right for tweet about the killing of Ma'Khia Bryant
LeBron James deleted his tweet that read 'YOU'RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY' with a photo of the officer who shot and killed 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant.
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Betting lines and odds for Angels vs. Houston Astros on Thursday
After struggling against the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals, the Angels look to get back on track against the Houston Astros on Thursday.
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UCLA's Final Four run reminiscent of the team that sparked John Wooden's dynasty
Gary Cunningham, a senior captain of the 1961-62 UCLA team, noted the similarities between this season's Bruins and his edition nearly 60 years ago.
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Pictures: USC Song Girls through the years
Take a closer look at pictures of the USC Song Girls through the years.
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Hernández: Former Dodger Yu Darvish has come a long way from World Series meltdown
Yu Darvish was a low point in his career when he lost twice in the 2017 World Series with the Dodgers. Since then, he's become one of baseball's best pitchers.
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For Chaminade's Jack Stonehouse, the art of punting runs deep in the family
West Hills Chaminade senior Jack Stonehouse is the latest member of his family to get his kicks perfecting the art of punting on the gridiron.
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As Chargers coach Brandon Staley examines defensive line, Jerry Tillery stands out
As the Chargers switch their defense to a hybrid 3-4, new coach Brandon Staley can picture Jerry Tillery being a key ingredient in the middle of the defensive line.
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Clippers shake off slow start to beat Grizzlies
The Clippers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 117-105 on Wednesday at Staples Center.
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Roundup: Freshman Brynne Nally leads Pacifica to softball upset of No. 1 Los Alamitos
Freshman softball pitcher Brynne Nally shut downs Los Alamitos in Garden Grove Pacifica's 3-2 win
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The curious case of Vivian Flores, Lakers catfish queen
A report that Lakers fan Vivian Flores went missing Sunday unlocked a wormhole of catfishing possibilities that pulled Markieff Morris and Kevin Durant into its maw.
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George Floyd's brother thanks Raiders for support following controversial tweet
Philonise Floyd thanked the Raiders a day after the team tweeted "I CAN BREATHE" following Derek Chavin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd.
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Feeling '100% healthy,' Anthony Davis plans to play for Lakers on Thursday night
Lakers' Anthony Davis tells reporters he plans to play Thursday and feels '100% healthy' after missing more than two months with a leg injury.
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Dodgers offering 'fully vaccinated fan section' for Saturday's game vs. Padres
For Saturday's game against the Padres, the Dodgers are opening what they're calling a 'fully vaccinated fan section,' where social distancing won't be required.
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Derek Chauvin conviction on Clippers' and Trail Blazers' minds Tuesday night
Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers players described their emotions hours after Derek Chauvin was convicted of killing George Floyd.
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Rich Eisen didn't let combine cancellation stop his 'Run Rich Run' movement
NFL Network broadcaster Rich Eisen turned what was once a joke into a major philanthropic event with "Run Rich Run." This year, he's giving it a new twist.
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Jyah LoVett scores 55 points in first game for Muir girls' basketball team
Jyah LoVett, the sister of Marcus Lovett Jr., scored 55 points during Muir's win over Pasadena Poly.
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Betting lines and odds for Angels vs. Texas Rangers on Wednesday
José Quintana takes the mound after struggling in his first two starts as the Angels look to take a second win against the Texas Rangers.
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Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani has elite stuff. Now he just needs to work on his command
Now that Shohei Ohtani's blister issue appears to be resolved, the Angels pitcher just needs to get his command 'tidied up a bit,' manager Joe Maddon said.
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U.S. women's soccer team to face rival Sweden in Tokyo Olympics opener
The U.S. will open the Tokyo Olympics against rival Sweden as the Americans try to win the World Cup and Olympic gold back to back.
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USC recommits to mixing things up on the offensive line
The shuffling of the USC offensive line could present opportunities for players to start.
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Chargers still have one offensive line spot left to tackle in draft
The Chargers signed three linemen to solidify their offense but still need a starting left tackle as the NFL draft approaches.
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Rams' offensive line success centers on Brian Allen's health
The Rams appear set at guard and tackle, but center could be an issue after Austin Blythe left for the Chiefs. Brian Allen could be the answer.
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Paul George scores 33 as Clippers rally to beat Trail Blazers
Paul George's free throws at the end lift the Clippers over the Trail Blazers 113-112 on Tuesday in Portland, Oregon.
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Shohei Ohtani effectively wild in return to mound in Angels' win over Rangers
Shohei Ohtani returned to the mount as the Angels beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 on Tuesday at Angel Stadium.
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Dodgers get good news on Mookie Betts, then beat Mariners
Before their 1-0 victory over the Mariners on Tuesday, the Dodgers learned that Mookie Betts should not miss much time after being hit with a pitch on Monday.
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Roundup: David Diaz scores twice to help keep Birmingham soccer unbeaten
Birmingham defeats El Camino Real 4-0 to improve to 8-0 in boys' soccer.
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USC football postpones practice after Derek Chauvin guilty verdict
The USC football team opted to postpone its spring practice Tuesday and dedicate its afternoon session to discussing racial injustice as a team.
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Sports figures react to Derek Chauvin's murder conviction with mix of joy and wariness
The intersection of sports and social justice that began with Jackie Robinson and ramped up in 2020 continues with reaction to the outcome of George Floyd case.
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