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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers GM Tom Telesco confirmed that TE Hunter Henry will miss the 2018 season with an ACL right knee injury. Telesco said Henry is taking the news hard, but he's strong mentally and the team will support him. Telesco said Henry suffered the injury while running a routine out route during practice that he has run hundreds of times, finishing the route 40 yards down the field running at half speed. The Chargers have not yet scheduled surgery for Henry. Asked if he's reached out to Antonio Gates' representation about the possibility of his return, Telesco had this to say: "I don't get into things that we have done, that we could do or that we will do," he said. "I wouldn't do that with anybody as far as transactions are concerned. Like I said, we'll look at all of the options that are out there and see where the road takes us."

Rivers earns coaching extension with Clippers (1:24)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Hart has been in the Lakers gym working on his game and he watched some of the Lakers draft workout today that included Giannis Antetokounmpo's brother, Kostas. The Dayton forward joined Duke's Gary Trent Jr., West Virginia's Jevon Carter, BYU's Elijah Bryant, Villanova's Omari Spellman and San Diego State's Trey Kell. Hart told Spellman to let Luke Walton know what Villanova products are made of.

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Top five trades in WNBA history

Major trades in the WNBA are rare. But there have been a few huge trades -- such as Jonquel Jones for Chelsea Gray -- that benefited each team.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive end Joey Bosa discussed his love of Star Wars and disappointment with The Last Jedi at the Inaugural Los Angeles Chargers Invitational at Riviera Country Club this week.


Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Kuzma has been in the gym for the past three weeks and has been doing two-a-days in the weight room and on the court. Kuzma has added noticeable muscle and says Lonzo Ball has been in the weight room as well. "Consistency in the weight room," Kuzma says of what he has seen from Ball this offseason. "That is the biggest thing. He has been in there pretty much every day I have been in here around this time. You can tell he is taking the weight room a lot more serious and that is going to help him by allowing him to recover faster and hopefully next year be on the court more because of that weight room."