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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA linebacker Kenny Young on how he and others keep quarterback Josh Rosen grounded.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA center Scott Quessenberry on building unity on the offensive line, the only offensive position group that "plays defense."

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Chargers see big upside in Cardale Jones (0:49)
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Dodgers' dominance in perspective

With Wednesday's win, the Dodgers are now 71-31. It's the first time since 1974 that they've been 40 games over .500, and it's the earliest date in a season they've reached the mark in franchise history. Their .483 win percentage (29-31) when trailing is better than 13 teams have overall this season. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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There was a show in Vegas, and LaVar Ball was the star

The game was a spectacle, with NBA players, college coaches and fans flocking to see LaVar Ball, LaMelo Ball and the Big Baller Brand AAU in Vegas. To LaVar, it was all about him. "The best coach ever. That's how I describe myself," he said.

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Puig gets all of it and knows it (0:20)
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Lakers' playoff chances very low (1:35)

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Officers and organizers may cancel LaMelo Ball's matchup against Zion Williamson in Las Vegas due to fire code concerns. "We may shut it down," one law enforcement official said.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

People trying to get into the Cashman Center an hour before LaMelo Ball faces Zion Williamson. Organizers have just instructed security to "close the doors" and block anyone else from entering due to fire code concerns. Chaotic scene.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Want to see LaMelo and LaVar Ball tonight in Vegas in their matchup against Zion Williamson? This is what it feels like to fight through the crowd at the Cashman Center.