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Clippers will again rely on Reggie Jackson to fill a void
Clippers guard Reggie Jackson's inspired play comes at a critical time with his minutes due to increase again after the injury to Patrick Beverley.
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Elite Black caddies, once key advisors to Masters winners, have faded from spotlight
Before golfers could bring their own staff to the Masters, Black caddies in August, Ga., played key roles supporting green jacket winners.
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Op-Ed: Are youth sports harming our kids' mental health?
Supporting the psychological well-being of young athletes feels especially urgent now as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How The Times' top 25 football teams fared
A look at how The Times' top 25 high school football teams fared on Friday.
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Somehow, game goes on and Reseda gets win over Crenshaw
Despite many obstacles to overcome for several LAUSD schools to start a spring football season, Crenshaw hosted Reseda, with the Regents winning 22-14.
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Sam Vaulton leads Venice to dominating victory over Palisades
Sam Vaulton completes 18 of 27 passes for over 200 yards and four touchdowns to lead Venice to a 36-0 win over Palisades in CIF City Section football.
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Short-handed Clippers have enough to turn back the Rockets
With Patrick Beverley out indefinitely because of a broken hand and Paul George taking a night off, the Clippers edge the Rockets on Friday night.
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Angels observations: Shohei Ohtani continues power show as team improves to 6-2
Shohei Ohtani homered and had four RBIs, Andrew Heaney pitched six scoreless innings, and the Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 on Friday night.
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Dodgers put Cody Bellinger on injured list with calf contusion
The Dodgers placed Cody Bellinger on the injured list with a left calf contusion before Friday's victory and called up outfielder Luke Raley.
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Dodgers beat Nationals in home opener filled with tributes and celebrations
The Dodgers pay homage to Tommy Lasorda and celebrate their 2020 World Series win before Justin Turner helps lift them to victory over the Nationals.
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Dodgers' Justin Turner homer wins the opener for men in blue; ring ceremony before the game
Lim,ited nuymber of fans allowed in to see Dodgers win home opener; get champinship rings
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Patrick Beverley out indefinitely after sustaining fracture in left hand
Clippers guard Patrick Beverley is out indefinitely after sustaining a fracture in his left hand against the Phoenix Suns on Thursday.
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Dave Roberts explains why he didn't use Kenley Jansen in win over Nationals
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts opted to go with Corey Knebel instead of Kenley Jansen to help secure a 1-0 victory over the Washington Nationals.
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Dorsey quarterback Josh Coleman talks football on 'Friday Night Live'
Quarterback Josh Coleman of Dorsey talks about starting the City Section football season.
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Return of Dodgers fans provides a preview of a warm, welcoming summer for all
A day at Dodger Stadium that began with a World Series ring ceremony and ended with the Dodgers' 1-0 win over the Nationals before 15,036 fans felt like summer.
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Sue Bird remembers drinking wine with Kobe Bryant at the 2008 Olympics
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, Sue Bird remembers hanging out with Kobe Bryant, who was even competitive about drinking wine, during the 2008 Games.
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Brooks Koepka shockingly is on course at Masters after recent knee surgery
Brooks Koepka plays in Masters despite knee surgery just a few weeks ago
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Take a look: Dodgers' World Series rings feature 232 diamonds, 53 sapphires
The Los Angeles Dodgers' first World Series rings in 32 years weigh 11 carats and feature about as much bling as can fit.
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High school baseball: Thursday's results
High school baseball: Thursday's results from across the Southland.
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High school softball: Thursday's results
High school softball: Thursday's results from across the Southland.
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High school boys' and girls' basketball: Thursday's results
High school boys' and girls' basketball: Thursday's results from across the Southland.
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Everybody wants to have a hero | 'Fernandomania @ 40' Ep. 1
"Fernandomania @ 40" is a look back at Fernando Valenzuela's rookie season with the Los Angeles Dodgers and how he changed not only the landscape of Los Angeles baseball, but all of baseball.
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Lakers' Kentavious Caldwell-Pope accepts offensive challenge
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was challenged by Lakers coach Frank Vogel to become more of an offensive force. He had 28 points in narrow loss to the Heat.
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Carli Lloyd on 2020: Worst of times, best of times as soccer star reunites with family
Soccer-wise, Carli Lloyd did not have a happy 2020. However, the year turned out to be one of her best once she reunited with her family from which she was estranged.
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Enhanced by Final Four run, UCLA players' NBA prospects remain middling
A look at UCLA players and their potential prospects for the NBA, from Chris Smith and Johnny Juzang to Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Cody Riley.
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Clippers pull away in chippy victory over streaking Suns
The Clippers snap the Phoenix Suns' seven-game winning streak with a 113-103 win on Thursday at Staples Center.
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Shohei Ohtani's second start is delayed by a blister
Shohei Ohtani won't be making his second scheduled turn through the Angels starting rotation because of a blister.
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Trevor Bauer blasts MLB after report his baseballs were inspected for doctoring
Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer accused the commissioner's office of leaking a story it was inspecting baseballs to determine whether he doctored them.
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Roundup: Jose Coto is making impact for El Camino Real's unbeaten soccer team
Jose Coto gets goal and assist in El Camino Real's 3-2 win over Granada Hills on Thursday.
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Lakers, missing 2 more players, fall short against the Heat
Kyle Kuzma and Talen Horton-Tucker joined LeBron James and Anthony Davis on the sideline, but the Lakers nearly upset the Miami Heat on Thursday night.
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