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Rams slip again in Power Rankings

Case Keenum & Co. continue to struggle, just as many expected they would after a surprising 3-1 start. Only five teams are lower on our list this week. Power Rankings

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Rams sure could use an upgrade at QB

Since the start of the 2014 season, no team has posted a lower QBR than the Rams, who have started four signal-callers during that span. Perhaps it's time for Jared Goff to get a shot.


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Diamond Stone working on his midrange game with Clippers player development coach John Welsh.

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Clayton: Will be tough for Rams to rally

The good news: L.A. has a very friendly schedule down the stretch. The bad news: The offense is stuck in the doldrums, with no obvious fix. John Clayton doesn't like the Rams' chances. Ranking sub-.500 teams (Insider)

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Trojans preview: USC vs Cal

Clay Helton previews their upcoming game against Cal, 11-year NFL star and former Trojan Frostee Rucker calls in and Ronald Jones and Aca'Cedric Ware talk about finding their groove. Plus, women's hoops with Ivana Jakubcova and Dasie Edwards.

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Patience Required in Lakerland

Los Angeles has plenty of young assets -- including 36-year-old head coach Luke Walton -- as it enters the post-Kobe era, and that youth means there will be plenty of growing pains. Preseason Power Rankings

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Can Clippers get over the Hump?

Los Angeles seemingly has all the ingredients of a championship team, but the franchise is still searching for its first appearance in a Western Conference Final. Is this the season when the Clippers finally rewrite the script? Preseason Power Rankings

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WNBA Finals MVP Candace Parker addressing the crowd at the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA championship rally.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike addressing the crowd at the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA championship rally.