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Maeda y Lester al crucial quinto juego entre Chicago y LA

Los Dodgers confían que el japonés Kenta Maeda pueda sacudirse de su mala actuación en postemporada y pueda contener a los Cachorros en el Juego 5 de la Serie de Campeonato de la Liga Nacional esta noche en Chávez Ravine. Leer y mirar

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Warriors echan de menos a Luke Walton

Steve Kerr, coach de Warriors, asegura que Luke Walton dejó demasiado pronto a Golden State para dirigir a Lakers, pero afirma que su ética de trabajo es una cualidad que aplicará a la quinteta del Área de la Bahía. Leer y mirar

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Some good news on the injury front for the Rams today. Their two defensive ends, Robert Quinn and Will Hayes, were full participants. So they'll probably go, barring a setback. Michael Brockers and Trumaine Johnson were held out. Jamon Brown (hand) and Nelson Spruce (calf) were limited.


Difficult road games could equal loss

The Lakers travel to Toronto on Friday Dec. 2 and less than 24 hours later they'll play Memphis. According to the Mah score, which factors players' fatigue, there's a low probability the Lakers will beat the Grizzles. Schedule analysis

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Dodgers too concerned with saves?

It's ironic that one of the teams to break the script on how to use relievers this postseason stood to benefit most by changing things up in the regular season. Using Kenley Jansen earlier in games could have earned L.A. several more wins, per Dan Szymborski's metrics. Focus on saves can cost wins (Insider)

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Evaluators lean toward Rams over Giants

Two of three personnel men polled by Mike Sando picked the Rams to win at Twickenham on Sunday, with Eli Manning's timidness against the pass rush being a primary factor. Evaluators' predictions (Insider)

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Pressure is on Kenta Maeda in Game 5

Even after losing Game 4, the Dodgers are sticking with Maeda over having Clayton Kershaw start on short rest. If the right-hander struggles early, Los Angeles could be in trouble in terms of long relief options. What we learned Wednesday


Herm Edwards on the latest NFL news

ESPN NFL Analyst, Herm Edwards joins Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about Josh Brown's domestic violence, the dirty play of Vontaze Burfict, Goodell's comments about NFL's low ratings and when the Rams plan to play Jared Goff.

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Cubs' big win, or Dodgers' blowout loss?

The Cubs winning Game 4 of the NLCS 10-2 marked the second-largest margin of victory by Chicago in a postseason road game (9-0 win in at Tigers in Game 1 of 1945 World Series). It's also the Dodgers' second-largest margin of defeat at home in the postseason (9-0 loss to Yankees in Game 7 of 1956 WS at Ebbets Field), per the Elias Sports Bureau.


BBTN:Indians Clinch AL, Cubs Tie NLCS

Buster Olney talks to Keith Law and Jessica Mendoza about a controversial call in the NLCS, the Cubs pulling even, Cleveland winning the AL pennant and more. Plus, Baseball America's Ben Badler on potential changes to the international draft.

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Lynx one win away from fourth WNBA title

One of the gutsiest wins in franchise history helped the Lynx avoid elimination. With a win in Game 5 (8 p.m. ET on ESPN2/ESPN App), Minnesota could cement its status as the WNBA's next dynasty.

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