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  • In Dodgers' rise, management has owned the situation

    In Dodgers' rise, management has owned the situation
    PHOENIX — The quickest, most impressive remodeling job in Los Angeles sports history started with a hammer to the heart. Shortly after the new Dodgers owners took possession of Frank McCourt's dump in the spring of 2012, they met with the...
  • Quality prevails in Lakers' loss to Heat

     Quality prevails in Lakers' loss to Heat
      When it was over, when the Lakers' heave-three-pointers-and-hope strategy failed Wednesday and the Miami Heat showed the heart of a champion and the hunger to win again, Kobe Bryant embraced LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, exchanging kind words and pats...
  • Logic is swept aside in Don Mattingly's crazy Dodgers comments

    Logic is swept aside in Don Mattingly's crazy Dodgers comments
    It's one thing to leave your heart in San Francisco, quite another to lose your mind there like Don Mattingly. Has there ever been a more ridiculous comment offered by a Dodgers manager, and take into account Tom Lasorda said a lot of ridiculous stuff...
  • It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers

     It's Yasiel Puig who unnerves Braves, energizes Dodgers
    ATLANTA — October, we'd like you to meet Yasiel Puig. Now duck. The Dodgers rookie stormed into his first postseason Thursday night at Turner Field with the wild swings, crazy sprints, bold throws, and a smiling swagger. The Atlanta Braves tried...
  • NBA's latest edicts aimed at floppers and pregame showstoppers

    NBA's latest edicts aimed at floppers and pregame showstoppers
    It was hard to tell what, exactly, the Oklahoma City Thunder was preparing to do. In a routine as carefully choreographed as any Broadway production, Russell Westbrook and James Harden would flex their muscles before games last season. Brawny forward...
  • Rose Bowl: No. 4 Michigan St. won't give an inch, beats No. 5 Stanford

    Rose Bowl: No. 4 Michigan St. won't give an inch, beats No. 5 Stanford
    The 100th Rose Bowl came down to a fourth down and the most predictable play call in Pasadena on Jan. 1 since they resumed football in 1916 after years of chariot and ostrich races. "Everyone in the building knew it was coming," Stanford tailback...
  • Gamble of pitching Clayton Kershaw pays off for Dodgers

    Gamble of pitching Clayton Kershaw pays off for Dodgers
    They each lifted their dirt-caked sleeves into the air as if raising an entire city above them. Yasiel Puig shot a line drive into the right-field corner, scampering and sliding into second base, leaping up with a howl, throwing his arms high. Juan...
  • Lakers, Clippers bursting with star power

    Lakers, Clippers bursting with star power
    Looks like L.A. is going to need a few more paparazzi. You can't stroll Venice Beach or sit down to bacon-wrapped monkfish at Spago without spotting a superstar Laker or Clipper in the nation's new basketball capital. Here comes Dwight Howard, the...
  • 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...
  • Lakers are like empty suits in lopsided loss

    Lakers are like empty suits in lopsided loss
      It was a night when DeAndre Jordan actually clanked two dunks and it didn't matter. Little else went wrong for the Clippers on Friday. Or right for the Lakers. The final score was 123-87 and it wasn't that close. Rivalry? What rivalry? The...
  • This year's Dodgers proved that money CAN buy happiness

    This year's Dodgers proved that money CAN buy happiness
    ST. LOUIS — Designer suitcases were hurriedly snapped, cartons of soiled equipment rolled out the door. The Dodgers clubhouse was in full escape mode. It had been an hour since their season was wretchedly ended by the St. Louis Cardinals at...