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  • Coach Doc Rivers knows more but not all about these Clippers

    Coach Doc Rivers knows more but not all about these Clippers
    Seventy-seven games and a Pacific division title into this season and Clippers Coach Doc Rivers is still learning about who and what he has — and how far this team might go. He knows tendencies and traits from watching slumps and hot streaks. He...
  • Blacked out of watching Dodgers on TV

    Blacked out of watching Dodgers on TV
    My whopper of a journey ended in a Burger King, in front of a darkened TV screen hanging in a corner obscured by a tall guy eating a bag of fries. The Dodgers game had just ended, and I had missed it. All of it. Every pitch, every hit, every Vin. My...
  • Replay it again? No, thanks, this Final Four is terrific enough as is

    Replay it again? No, thanks, this Final Four is terrific enough as is
    Three referees and a technician huddled at the scorer’s table late Sunday afternoon and determined, after a lengthy review, that next week’s Final Four in North Texas was set. Utilizing information culled from hundreds of cameras set up at...
  • Top high school picks for 2014-15 basketball season

    Top high school picks for 2014-15 basketball season
    Now that a seemingly never-ending high school basketball season is over, the next season can begin. That would be travel ball. And let the transfer season begin too. If you think one-and-done is popular in college, then get ready for one-and-done in...
  • Stanley Johnson and Mater Dei win another state title

    Stanley Johnson and Mater Dei win another state title
    SACRAMENTO — It was only fitting that in Stanley Johnson's final game as a Mater Dei Monarch, he got to show off his skills in an NBA arena, because that's where he figures to be hanging out in a few years. On Saturday night, he became the first...
  • With college football playoff committee in place, the real work begins

    With college football playoff committee in place, the real work begins
    The world in 1959 was introduced to the famed Mercury 7 astronauts, who led America's epic race to the moon. They were "The Right Stuff." The world on Wednesday was introduced to an inaugural 13 members of the College Football Playoff selection...
  • Thompson brothers lead Bishop Montgomery to Division IV state title

    Thompson brothers lead Bishop Montgomery to Division IV state title
    SACRAMENTO -- Let the trash talking begin in the Thompson household. Junior guard Stephen Thompson Jr. and his younger brother, freshman guard Ethan, haven't been able to challenge their father, Stephen Sr., who won two state titles at Crenshaw High...
  • Lakers' great expectations become two tales of one city

    Lakers' great expectations become two tales of one city
    That didn't take long. On Oct. 30, one of the presumably most powerful teams in NBA history opened its season by marching on to a Staples Center floor ringed in blinding belief. On Sunday, one of the potentially most disappointing teams in NBA history...
  • A point well-taken for Badgers in West regional final

    A point well-taken for Badgers in West regional final
    They were two teams too close for comfort. Each other's. The width of a slip of paper separated Arizona and Wisconsin in Saturday night's NCAA West Regional final. And in the end, when Wisconsin won an overtime thriller of thrillers, it was the kind...
  • At the NCAA tournament, sifting the pieces of the Elite Eight

    At the NCAA tournament, sifting the pieces of the Elite Eight
    A party that started with 68 invitations has been downsized to a table reservation for eight. It will be business attire for the coaches (suit and tie) and casual for the players (shorts, sneakers OK). A lot can change between Selection Sunday and...
  • Bo Ryan keeps things simple for Wisconsin

     Bo Ryan keeps things simple for Wisconsin
    His name sounds young and hip. Bo Ryan is neither. He is one of the better college basketball coaches to ever hold a clipboard; also one of the toughest softies in the game. He is one-third Marine sergeant, one-third favorite grandpa and one-third the...