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Nearly three months after signing with Lakers, LeBron James gets his L.A. introduction

Although James signed with the team 11 weeks ago, Monday marked the first time the Lakers were able to introduce him as a member of their franchise. James didn’t hold a press conference after signing his four-year deal worth $153.3 million with the Lakers.

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Dodgers' Matt Kemp is making the most of his limited role

Kemp played in his third All-Star game this year, but has been relegated to starting against left-handed pitchers. He’s now a platoon player, which describes every position player on the team outside of Justin Turner and Manny Machado.

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Rams were much more at home in their L.A. victory over the Chargers

Amid dueling roars from a Coliseum crowd dressed in clashing horns and bolts, the Rams completed their formal occupation of Los Angeles by beating the Chargers in the one place they haven't faced them, on an actual football field in a regular-season game.

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Valorie Kondos Field's new book is a good read on many levels

The title of the UCLA gymnastics coach’s book is “Life is Short, Don’t Wait to Dance.” The “dance” in the title can mean actually dancing but also is a touching reference to her mentor, the late UCLA basketball coach John Wooden.

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