MOMENT OF REFLECTION: Clayton Kershaw said he received congratulatory messages from Sandy Koufax and Magic Johnson after pitching his first no-hitter Wednesday night. Kershaw also heard from many people around baseball, including some in the Dodgers organization. Don Newcombe was among those to reach out to him. Kershaw said that what he accomplished has started to sink in. "You can't sleep really well, obviously," he said. "The next day, waking up and I get to turn on the TV and listen about it, I guess it kind of sunk in a little bit. It's pretty cool." Kershaw downplayed the idea that his no-hitter was the greatest pitching performance of all time. "A game in June obviously matters," Kershaw said, "but when you think about Don Larsen pitching a perfect game in the World Series, I think the ramifications of the game are more important."