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Mookie Betts returns and helps power Dodgers to victory over Rockies
After missing four games with a back injury, Mookie Betts returns and hits a solo home run in the Dodgers' 7-0 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
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Angels lose to Royals on a bases-loaded pickoff
The Angels lose to the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on a bases-loaded pickoff on David Fletcher on Tuesday.
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Lakers pull away from Hornets to finish trip with win
The Lakers beat the Hornets 101-93 on Tuesday in Charlotte to finish 4-3 on their trip.
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Paul George scores 36 as Clippers beat Pacers to extend win streak to six games
The Clippers beat the Indiana Pacers 126-115 on Tuesday in Indianapolis to extend winning streak to six.
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Roundup: Santa Margarita receives strong pitching in 1-0 baseball win over Bishop Amat
Tanner Warady throws two-hitter to help Santa Margarita improve to 8-2
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Dropping 60 in finale 'too unbelievable,' Kobe Bryant said in 2018 video interview
In a video interview with 'Legends of Sport,' the late Kobe Bryant discussed the night he dropped 60 points on the Utah Jazz, then retired after 20 years.
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Cerritos golfer Joshua Koo still beaming from 10-under 62 to win tournament
Sixteen-year-old Joshua Koo of Cerritos won the Toyota Tour Cup event in Palm Desert with a 10-under par 62 in the last round.
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One ranking puts UCLA at No. 1 for next season after its Final Four run
UCLA is No. 1 in the 2021-22 CBS Sports preseason top 25 basketball rankings, portending another fun season after an unexpected run to the Final Four.
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Sparks to start WNBA schedule with L.A. Convention Center as home court
The L.A. Convention Center will play host to the Sparks' first 11 home games because Staples Center is overrun with delayed NBA and NHL games.
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Guard Boogie Ellis to transfer to USC from Memphis
Memphis guard Boogie Ellis announces he will transfer to USC. He will help fill the void after Tahj Eaddy declared for the NBA draft last week.
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Los Alamitos remains No. 1 in high school softball rankings
Los Alamitos remains No. 1 in Southland softball rankings from CalHiSports.com.
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Kobe's 60-point farewell: From Magic Johnson to Gary Vitti
Lakers legend Magic Johnson, trainer Gary Vitti and executive John Black recall Kobe Bryant's magical 60-point game in his farewell performance.
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Kobe Bryant's 60-point farewell: a view from the Jazz's side
Players who were on the Utah Jazz in 2016 provide another view of Kobe Bryant's farewell game for the Lakers.
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Commentary: For this scribe, UCLA's run was a Big Dance marathon, and the memory of a lifetime
UCLA's basketball team provided more compelling stories than any beat writer could have imagined. An inside look at the Bruins' run to the Final Four.
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DeMar DeRozan on Kobe Bryant's 60-point game: It was like an 'Avengers' movie
NBA All-Star and Kobe Bryant fan DeMar DeRozan, who hails from the Southland, remembers the monumental night the Lakers legend played his final game.
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First Person: Reminiscing with Kobe after his 60-point game
Times reporter Broderick Turner gives a fresh perspective to that famous 60-point finale. His farewell moment and more with Kobe Bryant.
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Shohei Ohtani, Alex Cobb catapult Angels to win over Royals
The Angels beat the Royals 10-3 on Monday in Kansas City.
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Elliott: Top East Division teams — and Kings — emerge as NHL trade deadline winners
East teams primed to challenge for the Stanley Cup were among the teams that stood out at NHL trade deadline, but the Kings also made notable moves.
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Lakers' scoring woes continue to haunt them in turnover-filled loss to Knicks
Dennis Schroder scores a team-high 21 points for the Lakers, who struggle to keep up with Knicks after committing 24 turnovers in 111-96 loss Monday.
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High school football: Week 6 schedule
High school football: Week 6 schedule for teams across the Southland.
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Angels place Anthony Rendon on injured list with groin strain
The Angels announced third baseman Anthony Rendon has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a left groin strain.
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Charles Barkley says he turned down offer to join 'Monday Night Football' broadcast
Charles Barkley recently said he declined an offer to be on ESPN's 'Monday Night Football.' 'I only comment on basketball,' the NBA Hall of Famer said.
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Jamal Adams is leaving Loyola to become principal at La Salle
Jamal Adams is giving up coaching basketball to become principal at La Salle High in Pasadena.
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Clippers' Paul George is chosen Western Conference player of the week
Paul George scored 32 points in a win Sunday, his third consecutive game with at least 30. It helped earn him Western Conference player of the week.
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Why the Clippers' lineup change helped Marcus Morris thrive
Nicolas Batum was playing well as a starter for the Clippers, but a move to the bench did not derail him. It helped Marcus Morris and the team.
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Wall slamming and sliding catches: Zach McKinstry's Dodgers career off to wild start
Dodgers rookie Zach McKinstry has made quite a literal impact with the Dodgers so far this season. He sees it as all part of the learning experience.
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UCLA adopts friends and family plan for limited return of spectators
Starting Friday, UCLA could allow a limited number of team guests to attend outdoor spring sporting events as a result of updated pandemic guidelines.
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Chevez Goodwin announces he will play another season at USC
Chevez Goodwin, a big man who played a key role in the Trojans' Elite Eight run, says he'll utilize the additional year of eligibility offered by the NCAA.
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Kings re-sign forward Alex Iafallo to a four-year contract
The Kings kept valuable forward Alex Iafallo off the free-agent market by signing him to a four-year deal worth $4 million annually.
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USC to allow 5,000 fans at spring football game at the Coliseum
USC will allow 5,000 fans to attend the Trojans' spring football game Satuday, welcoming supporters back for the first time since the pandemic began.
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