Los Angeles Teams

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

There's nothing positive about Aaron Donald's unsettled contract situation and presumed holdout. He's too important; this summer's too important. But the Rams feel some semblance of comfort for two reasons: Donald's role isn't necessarily changing within the new defense (he'll still be a 3-tech), and they know he will be in shape and all in when he does show up. His teammates revere him and they get it. Robert Quinn said it best: "Aaron has a great heart. He loves playing football, first and foremost. He's just going through a tough little situation right now."

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Source: Adidas didn't want LaVar ejected

Officials from Adidas have pressured referees at their Summer Championships from calling technical fouls on LaVar Ball, in part due to Adidas' courtship of Lonzo Ball, a source tells ESPN's Myron Medcalf.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Other sightings from Rams report day, clockwise from left: Andrew Whitworth, Robert Woods, Connor Barwin, Nickell Robert-Coleman. Not pictured: Aaron Donald.

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Rams DL Donald officially a hold out (0:56)
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USC turning their back on O.J.? (1:46)

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Recruiting update: Marvin Bagley Jr. tells ESPN that his son will take official visits to Arizona on August (2-4) and now UCLA on August ( 10-12). He has already made official visits to Duke and USC. ‬Marvin Bagley III is the no.1 player in the class of 2018 and is exploring the possibility of reclassifying to 2017.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DE/LB Robert Quinn was asked about Aaron Donald, who still hasn't shown up. Here's what he said ...

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Robert Quinn is here and he brought a giant speaker.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams RB Todd Gurley has arrived for training camp. Conditioning test in less than four hours. First, nap.

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Kershaw hosts charity ping pong event (1:18)

Megan Moureaux ESPN 

Clayton Kershaw crowned Mike Singer and Michael Weisberg the winners of the 5th Annual Ping Pong 4 Purpose charity event with the help of his daughter Cali.

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Megan Moureaux ESPN 

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner and right fielder Yasiel Puig play a pickup game of ping pong with some lucky kids. Puig jokes that the kids need to learn math.

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Megan Moureaux ESPN 

Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger and his Ping Pong 4 Purpose partner Becca Tilley are officially out of the tournament.

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Megan Moureaux ESPN 

Casey Affleck and Lakers head coach Luke Walton lose in the first round to Jimmy Kimmel and Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner.

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Magic: Dodgers are going to win the World Series (0:19)