Dylan Hernández is a sports columnist with the Los Angeles Times. Before that, he was the Dodgers beat writer. Hernandez grew up in South Pasadena and graduated from UCLA in 2002, after which he worked at the San Jose Mercury News for five years.
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This season was supposed to be different, with the Lakers expecting their improved depth to decrease their reliance on LeBron James and allow them to better manage his workload.
Nov. 20, 2023
The Angels have a new manager, but the burdensome contracts of Anthony Rendon and Mike Trout are why they still have major problems.
Nov. 15, 2023
If Cam Reddish can be the player the Lakers envision, he could do more than help them shape their identity. He could also save his career.
Nov. 13, 2023
The Clippers struggled to get the ball to Kawhi Leonard against Knicks, raising the question: Will the James Harden trade be the latest franchise failure?
Nov. 7, 2023
The Dodgers must be proactive if they want to keep Clayton Kershaw and offer him a multiyear deal to keep him from leaving for the Rangers or another team.
Nov. 3, 2023
The Lakers believed in Austin Reaves enough to reward him with a four-year contract worth almost $54 million. He will have to play better.
Nov. 2, 2023
If the Dodgers ever want to be the same force in October as they are in the regular season, they have to land Shohei Ohtani, the clutch superstar they desperately need.
Nov. 2, 2023
Tyronn Lue and the Clippers saw the future of the NBA during his team’s win over the Spurs on Sunday. His name is Victor Wembanyama.
Oct. 30, 2023
Russell Westbrook’s late-career revival with the Clippers now has a chance to be more than a feel-good story. It could even be a championship story.
Oct. 26, 2023
The Dodgers’ front office has been in a slump and it hasn’t helped that the organization’s top boss seems to be out of touch.
Oct. 25, 2023