Even if Dodgers don't call it a mascot, fans don't want to see it.
TV contract becomes more frustrating as the season gets underway.
Phil Jackson won't be coming to the rescue, no matter how much fans want him.
Pau Gasol and Mike D'Antoni take it up a notch during a dreadful season.
Figure skating, bobsled, parallel snowboard, Bob Costas' eye: See you again in four years.
Reader wants the return of the NFL in L.A. and the California Angels. And no more sideline reporters or robots.
Season is just getting started, but many fans have seen enough.
Their season is over, but the second-guessing is just beginning, from the abrupt playoff ouster to the decision to retain Don Mattingly.
As the season comes to an end, readers have questions for Bill Plaschke and Don Mattingly.
Chris Dufresne takes time out (he gets three per half) each Friday during the season to answer questions on college football. This week's topics: hometown bias, Big Red (or Cardinal) as No. 1, and what to make of Johnny Football.
How significant are the suspensions in the Biogenesis scandal?
Game could have used some spark, such as, oh maybe the Dodgers' Yasiel Puig?
Will Doc Rivers take the Clippers to the next level? Some readers aren't impressed.