Los Angeles Teams

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Kurkjian's MLB elite eight (2:18)
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Florida and Kentucky win while Booker makes history (1:07)
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Kentucky's Fox keeps getting better (1:36)
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Lakers top Wolves in OT (1:42)
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Alford emphatic saying he'll stay with UCLA (1:35)
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Cogliano banks in goal from behind the net (0:26)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson scored a career-high 35 points on 13-20 shooting (including 8-10 from 3-point range) to help his team rally from a 15-point deficit and beat the Minnesota Timberwolves, 130-119, in overtime. The win snaps a six-game losing streak for the Lakers. Andrew Wiggins led the Timberwolves with a game-high 36 points.

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Clarkson's eighth 3-pointer ices Wolves (0:17)
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Brewer soars in out of nowhere for putback dunk (0:33)

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Steve Alford to ESPN: I am Absolutely 100 percent not going to Indiana. Staying at UCLA. I am happy. Love it here. Have a great class coming in, and brand-new practice facility. Obviously, I love my alma mater. Committed to UCLA. I am not going to talk to Indiana. I am staying a Bruin."

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Fox willing to do whatever it took for win (1:16)
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Fox powers Kentucky past UCLA (1:01)

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Alford on Lonzo Ball leaving UCLA to turn pro: "He's really good. .... It's a different era. Guys can make a really good living sooner."

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Alford on Ball: "I appreciate how he wanted to be coached. In my mind, he's the number one pick."

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Alford on Indiana: "Our guys have been very focused. ... I love Los Angeles. It's a beautiful place. ... I'm very happy. I'm at UCLA. I don't know if there are a lot of people out there wanting to leave UCLA. ... I'm very very happy where I'm at. Hopefully that will continue."

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Steve Alford on Indiana speculation: "I love Los Angeles. Very happy. I'm at UCLA. Special place. We've worked hard. Have No. 2 class coming in next year. ... I want to see this through."

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Ball says he's done at UCLA (1:10)

Chad Ford ESPN Senior Writer 

Lonzo Ball just announced he's declaring for the 2017 NBA Draft. It's a no brainer. He's a top 3 pick. Several lottery teams have him No. 1 on their board. Mediocre game tonight won't affect his draft stock much. Put him on the floor with NBA players and he's going to be a monster.