Los Angeles Teams
- USC hires Orlando as DC to replace Pendergast
- Giants' Manning says farewell: 'I did it my way'
- Paralyzed hockey player lands job with Kings
- LeBron edges Luka, will captain ASG with Giannis
Kawhi Leonard got his first career triple-double and scored 33 points, Landry Shamet added 22 and the Los Angeles Clippers shrugged off an early 15-point deficit before hanging on to beat the Miami Heat 122-117 Friday night.
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Rams senior offensive assistant Jedd Fisch has departed for the New England Patriots, a source confirmed to ESPN. Fisch was at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, AL this week and spent time at the practice field in close range of Bill Belichick and Patriots assistants. Fisch spent the last two seasons with the Rams.
Todd Orlando has been hired as USC's new defensive coordinator, the school announced Friday.
Eli Manning ended his 16-year NFL career on his own terms. He was classy, well-prepared and walked away as a New York Giant.
Superstars aren't supposed to dominate the league at this age. Here's LeBron's MVP case.
A former Minnesota high school hockey player paralyzed during a game in 2011 tweeted a photo of him signing a contract to work as a content coordinator with the Kings.
Two words sum up the Browns' season. Lamar Jackson draws magical comparisons. We see ghosts. We ask "Zeke who?" and wonder just how full that glass is. Worry about your "frickin' meat" and enjoy all that was said in the NFL.
Here are the games that entertained us, defined the national title race and gave us classic finishes we won't soon forget.
This week we highlight the bigs in Boston, a vulnerability in LA and a new dimension in San Antonio.
Chris Duarte had 30 points and 11 rebounds, Payton Pritchard reached a Pac-12 milestone for career points, rebounds and assists, and No. 12 Oregon outlasted Southern California 79-70 in double overtime Thursday night.
Chris Smith scored nine of his 15 points down the stretch, leading UCLA to a 62-58 victory over Oregon State on Thursday night.