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Bill Plaschke: Freaking out over streaking Lakers

kansascity.com — LOS ANGELES-One moment, you're covering your eyes and cheering for losses.

Bill Plaschke: Freaking out over streaking Lakers

modbee.com — LOS ANGELES-One moment, you're covering your eyes and cheering for losses.

Bill Plaschke: Freaking out over streaking Lakers

miamiherald.com — LOS ANGELES-One moment, you're covering your eyes and cheering for losses.

Bill Plaschke: It's UCLA vs. USC, but really it's all about the Bruins

miamiherald.com — With all the subtlety of a Jim Mora stare or a Steve Sarkisian chest bump, the crosstown rivalry narratives are upon us.

Bill Plaschke: It's UCLA vs. USC, but really it's all about the Bruins

sacbee.com — With all the subtlety of a Jim Mora stare or a Steve Sarkisian chest bump, the crosstown rivalry narratives are upon us.

Bill Plaschke: It's UCLA vs. USC, but really it's all about the Bruins

modbee.com — With all the subtlety of a Jim Mora stare or a Steve Sarkisian chest bump, the crosstown rivalry narratives are upon us.

Bill Plaschke: It's UCLA vs. USC, but really it's all about the Bruins

kansas.com — With all the subtlety of a Jim Mora stare or a Steve Sarkisian chest bump, the crosstown rivalry narratives are upon us.

It's UCLA vs. USC, but really it's all about the Bruins

latimes.com — With all the subtlety of a Jim Mora stare or a Steve Sarkisian chest bump, the crosstown rivalry narratives are upon us. One team is trying to overcome its demons. One team is trying to fulfill its potential. One team is fighting to find its niche in the city.

Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout are L.A.'s dueling MVPs of summer

latimes.com — For six months they shared the wide eyes and wild cheers of witnesses from a grateful region that fell in love with its baseball supermen. Standing atop the mound at Dodger Stadium, Clayton Kershaw would throw faster than a speeding bullet. Racing through the outfield at Angel Stadium, Mike Trout would vault a fence in a single bound.

USC's Josh Shaw tells tale of lying about pool rescue, now waits

chicagotribune.com — Josh Shaw knows people reading this will have no reason to believe it. He wants to tell his story anyway, as a cautionary tale about a life swallowed by a lie. "I've seen the dark side, I've hit the bottom," he said softly. "I've learned."
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Nov 17, 2014

Kobe-Shaq breakup was the start of a long road that has led to Kobe facing end of his career alone on worst team in league..sad for all...

Nov 16, 2014

If onliy Kobe and Shaq had hugged it out a decade ago, maybe Lakers would have had that Spurs-type continuity that makes Kobe so "jealous"

Nov 16, 2014

Snoozing through end of Laker game when awakened to see Kobe walking across court and hugging visiting Shaq and his kids...

Nov 13, 2014

Nothing like getting ready for a USC game against pass-nutty offense by reading about the cornerback who isn't there is.gd/iMZSSt

Nov 13, 2014

Kershaw deserved to be unanimous, Dodgers wouldn't have made playoffs without him, but still feels a little weird after the postseason..

Nov 13, 2014

Rarely seen Trout so emotional...it took an MVP award to break down the coolest kid in the room

Nov 10, 2014

Scoreboard showed Nike tone-deaf commercial w/Griffin and CP3 yelling at kids in locker room...so unfunny...

Nov 10, 2014

Typical Spurs, they play so hard that even though they missed 17 of 22 first-quarter shots, they're only down by six...

Nov 10, 2014

Worth it to watch the Spurs just to see the Tim Duncan stare...

Nov 10, 2014

Tommy Lee Jones would seem to be perfect Spurs fan and, yep, he's sitting near Spurs bench..although Spurs are perfect country for old men

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