Los Angeles Teams

Getzlaf chips Bishop, then scores shorthanded goal (0:48)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State Warriors rookie Jordan Bell (ankle sprain) practiced for the first time in a month. He is not expected to play tomorrow against the Los Angeles Clippers.

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

In Tobias Rieder, the Los Angeles Kings are getting a speedy winger having a curiously underwhelming season, despite being in a contract year and headed to restricted free agency. His 5-on-5 point production (0.259 per game), possession metrics and high-danger chances are all down. As Arizona Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said earlier this month, via ArizonaSports.com: "He's got to get inside the dots. He just hasn't really done much." That said, the Kings didn't give up much here in goalie Darcy Kuemper, getting Rieder and goalie Scott Wedgewood in return; with Arizona retaining 15 percent of his contract, it's worth the chance that Rieder rebounds on a clear playoff contender.

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Police Department presented the case against USC wide receiver Joseph Lewis to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office Tuesday, and the case under review, according to a spokesman for the DA's office. Lewis was arrested on a felony domestic battery charge on Feb. 12. He is currently suspended from all football-related activities.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Dave Roberts on the pressure of repeating the success of 2017 and expectations of managing in Los Angeles: "It comes with the job. In our market to be under the microscope and have high expectations — that's the way it should be. It holds everyone accountable to understand each day is important."

Kopitar reaches 800th career point (0:25)
Westbrook's thunderous posterizer 10 years ago (0:26)
Scioscia: 6-man rotation 'makes too much sense' (0:40)
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ESPN On Ice: J.T. Brown talks about playing for a new team, new conference

Ducks RW J.T. Brown discusses the differences in style of play by conference, moving to a different team and getting involved in the community, helping the NHL get their E-Sports league started, growing the game, his national anthem demonstration and whether or not he would do it again, as well as threats he received from fans. Plus, does he feel like the NHL is an inclusive league?

Does OKC have what it takes to keep PG13? (1:57)
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Sources: Hornets eye Kupchak for front office

After declining to offer general manager Rich Cho a new contract, Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan is planning to target former Los Angeles Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak for a high-ranking role in the organization, league sources told ESPN.