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Mick Cronin’s wardrobe screamed Cincinnati instead of Westwood when he was hired by UCLA. A haberdasher helped Cronin improve his fashion game.
On Saturday night, Shan McClain watched as her two sons suffered serious injuries playing football for the USC Trojans. It was the ultimate test of faith for her.
The assistant GM of the Houston Astros apologized Tuesday after a report said he repeatedly yelled toward a group of female reporters about closer Roberto Osuna.
Statistically, the Chargers have defended well enough, but missed tackles have led to some crucial big plays by the opposition.
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Rams players got a kick out of new teammate Jalen Ramsey trash-talking with Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones during L.A.'s win Sunday.
Chargers guard Forrest Lamp sustained a broken fibula in Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans and will miss the remainder of the season.
Los Angeles Rams tight end Gerald Everett, an Atlanta native, broke out the “Dirty Bird” in front of his hometown crowd following a touchdown catch against the Falcons.
Amid a 2-5 start, the Chargers’ playoff hopes are already dimming, but Philip Rivers doesn’t think the team will devolve into an on-field soap opera.
The NBA’s summer played out almost biblically as pairs of superstars joined forces from Los Angeles, to Houston, to Brooklyn.
Who wins new fight for L.A. might be main question this season, but others include who will be next star to get traded and if Lakers are in playoffs, who is out?
James Harden and Russell Westbrook could leave Houston atop West in regular season, but the Clippers, Jazz and Lakers are conference contenders, too.
A look at how the Eastern Conference teams stack up in predicted order of finish.
Veteran big man Al Horford is an underrated difference-maker on defense and unheralded offensive player who can make the difference for Philadelphia.
The versatility of Clippers forwards Kawhi Leonard and Paul George draws comparisons to another great duo: Chicago’s Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.
Celebrating division titles is no longer good enough for team that has Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and championship goals.
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