Los Angeles Teams

Bellinger credits new approach to hitting for historic performance (3:41)
Hill goes on angry tirade after shift backfires on him (0:23)
Muncy ties game with long solo HR (0:20)
Scott: Free Agents should consider Clippers over Lakers (1:14)
Stephen A.: LeBron's best shot at another title is with Lakers (1:27)
Williams: Magic only helped himself with comments (1:28)
Trout smacks an early solo shot (0:38)
Kershaw fans 8 in Dodgers' win (0:35)
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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers owner Dean Spanos said the opening of the new stadium in Inglewood next year is huge for his franchise and will significantly change the entertainment landscape in L.A.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers owner Dean Spanos on a contract extension for Philip Rivers: “We have an understanding,” Spanos said. “As long as he wants to be here, we want him here. We love Philip Rivers. You can't say enough great things about him. I don't think the contract issue is a big thing for us, or for him. If it's going to happen, it will happen. We're not focused on that right now. He's just focused on this season, and so are we.”

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

At the annual Chargers Invitational golf tournament, LB Denzel Perryman said he's shed about 20 pounds since weighing 250 last year so he can play faster in 2019. Perryman said the rehabilitation of his knee is coming along, and he should be healthy for the start of training camp.

Pippen doesn't see Kidd as a threat to Vogel (1:25)