Los Angeles Teams

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Harrell flushes it home (0:17)
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Oregon's Bailey has some hops (0:29)
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Griffin powers it home with one hand (0:19)
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Bill Walton goes mushroom hunting in Eugene (0:35)
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Tim Sullivan ESPN Producer 

Bill Walton went mushroom hunting in Eugene, Oregon. Why wouldn't he?! Oregon hosting UCLA tonight 10:15p ET / 7:15p PT on ESPN

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Titans announce they have hired Mike Vrabel as their new head coach, which means Matt LaFleur, who interviewed, will remain the Rams' offensive coordinator. He's crucial in helping Sean McVay call plays, but also in Jared Goff's development.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Lonzo Ball did some running on a treadmill on Saturday, a week after he injured his knee in Dallas. Luke Walton says the rookie has to clear several more steps before returning to practice. Ball is out for Sunday's game. "There's some steps that come after the treadmill that you've got to go on the court," Walton said. "Do agility work, be able to cut, change direction, sprint all that type of stuff before you get to try to practice."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Lonzo Ball (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Knicks. Brandon Ingram (ankle) and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Achilles) are questionable to play.

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Alessandrini: I came to LA Galaxy to win (2:10)
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Lakers go cold from the line (0:48)

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Lakers shot 2-14 on free throws Friday, the lowest FT pct (14.3%) by any team in a game in NBA history with at least 10 attempts (ELIAS). Shaq only had 1 worse game in his Lakers career with at least 10 attempts (0-11 FT on Dec. 8, 2000)

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Clarkson carries the Lakers to victory (1:05)
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Kesler wins it for the Ducks (0:32)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lakers' free-throw woes continue. They made just 2-of-14 (14.3%) free throws tonight. The franchise's previous record low for free-throw percentage made was .278 and the two free throws made matches the team record for lowest amount of foul shots made.

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Clarkson gets 4-point play to cap 33-point night (0:24)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Jordan Clarkson carried the Lakers to a 99-86 win over the Pacers with 33 points, seven rebounds and seven assists. He made 14-of-19 from the field and finished two points shy of matching his career high.