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  • Tigers' Max Scherzer cools off Angels' hot hitters

    Tigers' Max Scherzer cools off Angels' hot hitters
    DETROIT -- Max Scherzer struck out nine in seven innings and the Detroit Tigers finally managed to beat the Los Angeles Angels, 5-2 on Saturday.
  • Clippers vs. Warriors Game 1: live coverage

    Clippers vs. Warriors Game 1: live coverage
    Clippers 52, Warriors 52 (halftime) As great as the first quarter ended for the Clippers with a half-court shot by Jamal Crawford, the second quarter started equally as bad. The quarter was only 39 seconds old when Blake Griffin picked up his third foul...

    A gutsy, great day for Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf

    A gutsy, great day for Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf
    Someday, Ryan Getzlaf will explain to his daughter Willa why he looked like Frankenstein's monster in photos taken the day she was born, his chin and cheek zippered with stitches and a purple bruise blossoming on the left side of his face. Getzlaf,...

    No power to the Kings in playoff-opening loss to Sharks

    No power to the Kings in playoff-opening loss to Sharks
    SAN JOSE -- A power outage darkened the SAP Center on Thursday night shortly before the Kings and San Jose Sharks were scheduled to warm up for their playoff opener, leaving the crowd murmuring in confusion and forcing antsy players to wait in corridors...

    Dodgers fans sum up betrayal over cable deal: 'No Vin? It's a sin!'

    Dodgers fans sum up betrayal over cable deal: 'No Vin? It's a sin!'
    Bad TV deals are becoming a ruinous force, the Time Warner Cable deal the latest example, with Dodgers fans held hostage in yet another standoff. Welcome to America, 2014. It used to be copious bundles of advertising cash were once enough to keep TV and...