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Clippers get it right with their four-game suspension for Blake Griffin

This time, the Clippers' punch should be applauded. This time, bones weren't broken, but strengthened. Midway through its second season, the Steve Ballmer Era made its first real statement Tuesday, and there was no question mark about it. In a move that hurts them during the most difficult stretch...

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  • Slugger Giancarlo Stanton recommends playing multiple sports in high school

    Slugger Giancarlo Stanton recommends playing multiple sports in high school

    Giancarlo Stanton, 6 feet 6 and 240 pounds, with bulging muscles that have helped him hit 181 home runs for the Miami Marlins by age 26, was standing in the Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High dugout Thursday night getting makeup brushed onto his face in preparation for shooting a commercial. Last year...

  • The Times' boys' basketball rankings

    The Times' boys' basketball rankings

    Here's a look at the top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland.: Rk. School (W-L) Next (last week's ranking)1 CHINO HILLS (25-0) vs. Damien, Tuesday (1)2 BISHOP MONTGOMERY (23-1) vs. Cantwell-Sacred Heart, Wednesday (2)3 SIERRA CANYON (21-3) vs. Viewpoint, Tuesday (3)4 MATER DEI...

  • Chino Hills rolls past Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, 98-81, at Nike Extravaganza

    Chino Hills rolls past Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, 98-81, at Nike Extravaganza

    Senior Lonzo Ball had 27 points and brothers LiAngelo and LaMelo had 22 and 25 points, respectively, to lead Chino Hills past Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, 98-81, Saturday night in the Nike Extravaganza at Santa Ana Mater Dei High. Lonzo had eight rebounds, seven assists and seven steals. Chino Hills...

  • A driving force in basketball out of Los Alamitos

    A driving force in basketball out of Los Alamitos

    The best basketball player in Southern California not named Lonzo Ball might be Eyassu Worku, a 6-foot-2 senior guard from Los Alamitos whose parents came here from Ethiopia just before he was born. He has a college career in front of him, having signed with UC Irvine, which means in coming years...

  • These Yale-bound athletes accept both an athletic and academic challenge

    These Yale-bound athletes accept both an athletic and academic challenge

    Wednesday is letter-of-intent day for high school football players, which means you'll have the opportunity to sit in front of a TV or stare at a computer screen from sunrise to sundown, keeping track of 17- and 18-year-olds announcing their college choice. It's one of the strangest experiences....

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