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  • Roger Federer is majestic in BNP Paribas Open quarterfinal

    Roger Federer is majestic in BNP Paribas Open quarterfinal
    A strange desert wind blew through Indian Wells and its Taj Mahal tennis facility in late afternoon Thursday, turning a women's quarterfinal into Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey. But it disappeared in time for the appearance of the evening's royalty,...
  • Kings' win streak comes to frustrating end in 3-2 loss to Maple Leafs

    Kings' win streak comes to frustrating end in 3-2 loss to Maple Leafs
    Anze Kopitar said the Kings lost track of the puck after Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer stopped him on probably his third point-blank chance Thursday, and that's why he and most of his teammates lingered in the offensive zone. "He made a...
  • From pole to pole, he's hitting the cycle

    From pole to pole, he's hitting the cycle
    The golden March morning smells like a fistful of Easter lilies. But Dirk Spits — formerly of Amsterdam, currently of anywhere he parks his tent — is remembering a less serene moment: the day he fell asleep on his bike in his grinding bid to...
  • National Football Foundation honors players for academic performance

    National Football Foundation honors players for academic performance
    March isn't just about the madness of crazy endings in college and high school basketball. It's the time of year when the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame hold their annual banquets honoring scholar-athlete award winners in high...
  • Kobe Bryant is right to call it a year and call out Lakers management

    Kobe Bryant is right to call it a year and call out Lakers management
    As last-second shots go, this was one of his best. With the clock ticking down on the Lakers' chances of obtaining a high pick in what could be a loaded draft, Kobe Bryant stepped up by stepping back. With only 18 more chances to lose more games and...
  • Novak Djokovic's star power is undimmed after scare at Indian Wells

    Novak Djokovic's star power is undimmed after scare at Indian Wells
    A sport that needs every bit of personality it can get held its breath for a few minutes Tuesday at Indian Wells. One of tennis' marquee names had departed from the BNP Paribas Open the day before, and out the door with upset victim Rafael Nadal went...
  • Get it together, Lakers: Hire Phil Jackson, already

    Get it together, Lakers: Hire Phil Jackson, already
    They are losing more games by larger margins than anyone could imagine. They are losing more fans in bigger chunks than anyone thought possible. They have lost star players to injuries, star free agents to other teams, star power in their building to...
  • Harvard-Westlake beats Chatsworth in pitchers' duel, 1-0

    Harvard-Westlake beats Chatsworth in pitchers' duel, 1-0
    If Jack Flaherty of Studio City Harvard-Westlake High is the best pitcher in Southern California, then sophomore pitcher Josh Garcia of Chatsworth isn't too bad himself based on how well he competed Tuesday in a semifinal game of the Easton tournament...
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  • Upstart shows he can run with the big boys at Indian Wells

    Upstart shows he can run with the big boys at Indian Wells
    The big boys came out to play Monday at Indian Wells. In a shocking development, the biggest left early. Rafael Nadal, ranked No.1, seeded No. 1, winner here last year, usually close to unbeatable on the slower hard courts of this BNP Paribas Open...
  • Randy Carlyle comes to terms with his success and failure with Ducks

    Randy Carlyle comes to terms with his success and failure with Ducks
    It wasn't the shiny glass and steel of Honda Center that made Randy Carlyle feel nostalgic Monday. Nor was it conducting the Toronto Maple Leafs' morning skate beneath the Stanley Cup banner he helped the Ducks win in 2007. The sight of two people,...