Los Angeles Teams

Wallace exits after scary collision with Beal (0:44)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

The Wizards managed to come back from a 24-point first half deficit to beat the Clippers, 125-118, getting 30 points and eight assists from John Wall and 27 points and seven assists from Bradley Beal. Perhaps it will be a springboard for what has been a flailing team — one that benefitted from the Clippers tiring late.

Harrell in pain after collision with Wall (0:27)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Montrezl Harrell goes down hard after being undercut by John Wall on a long pass down the court from Lou Williams. Eventually gets up and walks to the bench, but the play is now under review.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Wizards have managed to get this all the way back down to a four-point game after their embarrassing start, as the Clippers have started looking like a team playing on the second night of a back-to-back. Some oddly timed Boban Marjanovic minutes from Doc Rivers didn't help, either.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Sindarius Thornwell has come into the game to replace Wallace, and made two free throws in his place. Because Thornwell shot free throws for him, Wallace will be unable to return to this game.

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Bradley Beal and Tyrone Wallace smashed into one another. Appeared both might have hit their heads. Beal has gotten up and is being looked at by Washington's trainers. Wallace was down for a long time, and eventually walked off with a large towel held to his face.

Williams hits 3 from the parking lot (0:16)
Wizards down 20 in 1st quarter for consecutive games (0:26)
Gortat jams it on alley-oop (0:15)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

The fans that are here in Washington are now booing the Wizards heartily as the Wizards are down 38-18 in the first quarter to a Clipper team that played in Atlanta last night.

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

Rams RB Todd Gurley leads the NFL with 15 carries inside the opponent's 5 yard line. James Conner (11), Kareem Hunt (11), Alvin Kamara (10) and Carlos Hyde (10) round out the Top 5.

Rams-Chiefs Recap

Tony Reali and the national panel recap the MNF action and debate if the Rams or Chiefs were more impressive. Then, discuss John Wall being fined, Kemba Walker's 43 point perormance and much more.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Sean McVay on Tuesday: "I wouldn't be upset if the Panthers came away with a big win." If the Panthers defeat the Seahawks on Sunday, the Rams will clinch the NFC West on their bye week.

Why Chiefs-Rams lived up to the hype (2:08)
Windhorst: LeBron's Cleveland return won't be as contentious (1:37)

Bomani: MNF, Condoleezza Rice & Wizards

Bomani weighs in on the offensive explosion that was last night's MNF victory for the Rams over the Chiefs (0:58), the negative backlash to Condoleezza Rice being linked with the Browns' head coaching job (21:51) and just how deep the dysfunction for the Wizards runs (32:22). Plus, IYHH (45:11) and your best thanksgiving craziness stories (54:58).