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  • Adidas, Nike, Under Armour not interested in Lonzo Ball endorsement deal

    Adidas, Nike, Under Armour not interested in Lonzo Ball endorsement deal

    If the Ball family are looking for a shoe endorsement from the big three, they will have to look elsewhere. Adidas, Nike and Under Armour are not interested in an endorsement deal with top NBA draft prospect Lonzo Ball. This would be a first in which a shoe endorsement has stepped away from a potential...

  • Bennie Boatwright will return to USC, making the Trojans early Pac-12 title contenders

    Bennie Boatwright will return to USC, making the Trojans early Pac-12 title contenders

    USC forward Bennie Boatwright announced on Thursday that he will withdraw from the NBA draft and return for his junior season. Boatwright’s announcement means the Trojans will return almost all of their roster from last season’s NCAA tournament team. Previously, forward Chimezie Metu said he would...

  • Elijah Stewart will return to USC after deciding against filing NBA draft paperwork

    Elijah Stewart will return to USC after deciding against filing NBA draft paperwork

    USC guard Elijah Stewart did not file his paperwork to declare for the NBA draft and will return to USC, Stewart said on Tuesday. Stewart had initially said he would declare without hiring an agent, which would allow him to return to USC. But he never felt fully committed. At the time, he told...

  • College basketball: Mark Trakh returns to coach USC women

    College basketball: Mark Trakh returns to coach USC women

    USC’s new women’s basketball coach isn’t really new. The Trojans have hired Mark Trakh, who previously coached the Trojans from 2005 to 2009, to fill the open position, the school announced Friday. The announcement ends an unusually lengthy coaching search. Cynthia Cooper-Dyke resigned in March...

  • UCLA promotes Tyus Edney to fill coaching staff vacancy

    UCLA promotes Tyus Edney to fill coaching staff vacancy

    The biggest cheers for UCLA’s basketball coaching staff during pregame introductions next season may very well be for an assistant. Former Bruins star Tyus Edney has been promoted from his role as director of operations to fill the vacancy created by the departure of assistant coach Ed Schilling,...

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  • Dropped passes don't worry UCLA coaches at spring game, because Josh Rosen was throwing them

    Dropped passes don't worry UCLA coaches at spring game, because Josh Rosen was throwing them

    Josh Rosen scanned the defense, spotted an open receiver and flung a pass into his hands. Eldridge Massington dropped it. “The same as last year!” a fan yelled after the first play of UCLA’s spring game Saturday at Drake Stadium. There were some similarities, sure. Seven players dropped passes....

  • Rams pick their spots, then spot their picks in Day 2 of the draft

    Rams pick their spots, then spot their picks in Day 2 of the draft

    There was no splash factor this year, no attempt to become the story of the NFL draft. The Rams, without a first-round pick, finally got their chance in the second round Friday — and then decided they could wait even longer, trading back in the round to acquire an extra pick. They came away with...

  • Josh Rosen's return will be closely watched during UCLA's spring game

    Josh Rosen's return will be closely watched during UCLA's spring game

    The fun started almost immediately after UCLA’s coaches held a draft to divvy up teams for their spring game. Players scanned the rosters to see whether they would be competing alongside or against close friends and roommates. The talent level on each side was widely assessed. A prominent alumnus...

  • Trial date set in Todd McNair's lawsuit against NCAA

    Trial date set in Todd McNair's lawsuit against NCAA

    Almost six years after Todd McNair sued the NCAA for defamation, the former USC assistant football coach’s lawsuit is finally moving toward trial. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Frederick Shaller scheduled the trial to start April 18, 2018, in a case-management order issued earlier this...

  • Major theme of this year's NFL draft plays well in host city Philadelphia

    Major theme of this year's NFL draft plays well in host city Philadelphia

    The NFL draft has come to this city, and the theme is a natural. From the locale of the event — the Rocky steps — to the “Gonna Fly Now” soundtrack that has been on an endless loop at league headquarters for the past few weeks, to the against-long-odds stories of some of the top prospects, there’s...

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  • Has Arsene Wenger's time at Arsenal finally run out?

    Has Arsene Wenger's time at Arsenal finally run out?

    Things have gotten so bad for Arsene Wenger that the embattled Arsenal manager can’t even look to the heavens for help anymore. When he glanced up during his team’s road loss to West Bromwich Albion last month, for example, he saw not clouds or blue skies, but rather two small planes circling the...

  • Galaxy's stumbling start puts pressure on Curt Onalfo

    Galaxy's stumbling start puts pressure on Curt Onalfo

    The Galaxy have won five MLS Cups, played in 12 conference finals and made the postseason in each of the last seven seasons. So the team is no stranger to big games. Yet, Saturday’s showdown between the 10th-place Galaxy and winless Philadelphia at StubHub Center looms as one of the more important...

  • Galaxy's 'worst game' ends in 3-0 loss to Sounders

    Galaxy's 'worst game' ends in 3-0 loss to Sounders

    The Galaxy may not have hit rock bottom Sunday. But they can sure see it from where they are after a dreadful performance against the Seattle Sounders, a 3-0 loss that left the team with five losses in seven games for the first time in two decades. “Everybody is disappointed. There’s nothing much...

  • Everton fan Speedo Mick raises both funds and eyebrows with his charity work

    Everton fan Speedo Mick raises both funds and eyebrows with his charity work

    The first sign things may have not been entirely right with Michael Cullen came the evening he turned to his wife and said, “I’m going to have a go at swimming the channel.” That would be the English Channel, the chilly, shark-infested body of water separating England from France. Cullen had about...

  • Will MLS champion Sounders turn around slow start of season against Galaxy, like they did last year?

    Will MLS champion Sounders turn around slow start of season against Galaxy, like they did last year?

    Only two teams have repeated as MLS Cup champions in the past 20 years, and the Seattle Sounders’ Stefan Frei, who tends goal for the reigning kings, thinks he knows why. “You have a very short off-season,” he said. “[And] all the teams are going to be gunning for you. But that’s what we’re facing....

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