No matter how Clippers coach Tyronn Lue manages the back of his roster in the absence of Kawhi Leonard, an extra burden now falls on Paul George.
Now retired, Drew Brees visited the Chargers camp as part of an NBC Sports crew and said he loves what he sees in quarterback Justin Herbert.
Aidan Butler, CEO for the Stronach Group’s racing division, says rumors that the group plans to sell Santa Anita are ‘pure speculation.’
What will happen now that MLB has put out its memo reinforcing rules about foreign substances on baseballs?
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Lakers and Clippers
Clippers star Kawhi Leonard will miss Game 5 of the playoff series against the Utah Jazz with a right knee injury he sustained late in Monday’s win.
The Clippers could face a different Utah Jazz team in Game 5 of their series as Mike Conley is making progress for his return from injury.
The Clippers, a franchise that never got its act together for a legitimate title run, appear on the verge of taking the next step to greatness.
Kawhi Leonard’s dunk heard round the NBA during the second quarter of Game 4 embodied the Clippers’ win Monday that evened the best-of-seven series.
Clayton Kershaw takes the mound for the Dodgers as they go for a series sweep against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium.
Mookie Betts hit a seventh-inning go-ahead homer, lifting the Dodgers to a 5-3 win before a sellout crowd of 52,078 as Dodger Stadium reopened to full capacity.
The Dodgers were held to three hits, but a strong outing from their bullpen and a couple of home runs were the difference in a 3-1 win Monday night.
A visit with Austin Donley, a Dodgers fan whose cardboard cutout was hit twice at Dodger Stadium by home run balls hit by Will Smith and Mookie Betts.
UCLA and USC