Los Angeles Teams
The delayed move of the Raiders to Las Vegas is odd for fans, but should help the team logistically, Rams COO Kevin Demoff said.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
USC QB Sam Darnold knows there is no avoiding the high expectations that he will face individually and the Trojans will face as a team. "You should embrace things like that," he said.
While Los Angeles managed to keep winning in Clayton Kershaw's absence last season, that wouldn't be the preferred route again for 2017.
Mike Bryant, the father of Cubs star Kris Bryant, hopes that LaVar Ball's outspoken nature doesn't "ruin it for his kids."
The Chargers know Joe Mixon can play, but they "wanted to pick his brain" as they go through their options to add to their running back stable.
The Los Angeles Dodgers won a fourth straight NL West title in 2016 despite a piecemeal rotation. Joe Peta doesn't think the bullpen will bail L.A. out to such a degree in 2017.
Why did NFL owners allow two struggling teams to move to the ultracompetitive L.A. market? Simply put, they were just backing their fellow owners.
The Angels' relief corps isn't exactly reminiscent of the shutdown bullpen monsters of Octobers past.
With an eye on limiting his innings early in the season, the Dodgers said Tuesday that Julio Urias will begin the season at extended spring training.
With starter Philip Rivers now 35, the Chargers' new head coach says the team needs to start developing a QB prospect who can learn from the veteran.
Jorge Sedano, Amin Elhassan and Cassidy Hubbarth discuss the Cavs' continuing slide, the Kings' exploration of bringing in Sam Hinkie, a resolution for the Buss family & more.
Lonzo Ball addressed the NBA draft debate between himself and Markelle Fultz, saying he's better than the Washington star.
The Dodgers aren't winning a World Series without Clayton Kershaw, and counting on a healthy season from an ace who spent 75 days on the DL in 2016 is too much to ask.
The guys discuss how the move to Las Vegas may affect the Raiders' players and the visiting teams. Mike Trudell also shares his theory on how the Lakers could catch the Nets in the standings.
Los Angeles spent a lot of its 2017 assets to acquire QB Jared Goff last year, and it leaves the team with little draft capital come next month's draft.
China's vast population is not the only intriguing element for the NHL's participation in the Winter OIympics, it also represents a blank slate when it comes to the future of the game.
Frank Mason III was the only unanimous selection for the AP All-America team, which also includes Josh Hart, Lonzo Ball, Caleb Swanigan and Justin Jackson.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn, speaking between bites of bacon and scrambled eggs, had some nice things to say about the Rams' new offensive line coach, Aaron Kromer, whom he worked with in Buffalo. "I think Krome's one of the better offensive-line coaches in the game," he said. "He's an excellent teacher, he has a good relationship with his players, and I think he got the most out of them (with the Bills). It was very easy to put together plans with him. He gets it. It was a pleasure to work with him."
Lonzo Ball talks about the next stage of his journey, upcoming draft and why he considers himself better than Markelle Fultz. Ball also comments on UCLA's loss to Kentucky and his announcement to go pro.
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn talked about the transition his team is making from San Diego to Los Angeles: "If we go out and play well, all of those distractions and other things people are talking about, it will take care of itself."
The Los Angeles Angels haven't won a whole lot of games, even with Mike Trout carrying the load. Joe Peta wonders if they've given him enough help to make a difference in 2017.
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