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Lonzo Ball says that he's playing Thursday.
Lonzo Ball says that he's playing Thursday.
Rookie point guard Lonzo Ball admitted to being "a little rusty" as he finally returned to full practice, but says he'll be ready to play Thursday when the Lakers open their season against the Clippers.
Rams coach Sean McVay, asked what he still needs to see from Jared Goff: "You just want to see consistency, playing each play as its own entity. There were a couple times -- and I think he'd be the first to tell you this -- where whether it be in our play-action game, or some of the third downs, where he has to make better decisions with the football or go where the coverage dictates based on his progression. But what I will say -- and something you can't coach -- that's really impressive is that no matter what happens over the course of a game, he remains even-keeled."
Pedro Strop y Javier Báez comentan sobre el buen momento ofensivo del cubano de los Dodgers, así como su polémico comportamiento en el terreno.
Sean McVay was walking out of the Rams' facility at 10 pm on Thursday, six hours after practice ended, and saw Aaron Donald's car in the lot. He went into the D-line room and caught Donald watching film of how offensive linemen set on pass plays. "When you have the talent that also matches up with the motivation, the appreciation for the process, the preparation and the approach, you get special players like him," McVay said. "... You just walk away and say, 'I'm sure glad that guy's on my team.'"
Here are our top three storylines for the 2017-18 LA Clippers, along with an invitation for you to weigh in on how each will play out.
Rams TE Derek Carrier cleared the concussion protocol. Everybody else came out of Sunday's game fine. RB Lance Dunbar is also healthy and eligible to come off PUP, but the team can also delay that process by a week or two in order to preserve depth. Rams continue to be very fortunate on the injury front. The only real question is DB Lamarcus Joyner, who has missed the past three games with a bad hamstring.
Here are our top three storylines for the 2017-18 Los Angeles Lakers, along with an invitation for you to weigh in on how each will play out.
Chargers middle linebacker Denzel Perryman is scheduled to return to practice this week and play his first game this season in Week 10.
Take a look back on the best performances of Week 7 in the Pac-12 and look ahead to Week 8.
Lonzo Ball (ankle) did everything in practice today and wants to play Thursday. Barring setbacks, he should be ready for regular season opener.
Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma with the post practice halfcourt shot duel.
The Angels announced Monday that LHP Jason Gurka cleared waivers and was outrighted to Triple-A Salt Lake. Gurka was designated for assignment on Oct. 9 to clear space on the 40-man roster after Los Angeles acquired RHP Felix Pena from the Cubs.
Chargers announce that they have signed LB Josh Keyes. At 6-2 and 227 pounds, Keyes spent time on the Atlanta Falcons practice squad and is familiar with Chargers LB coach Richard Smith. The Chargers released Nigel Harris to make room for Keyes. The Chargers also released RB LeShun Daniels from the practice squad.
Steve Mason talks with JP Hoornstra and Greg Bergman about the incredible Dodgers Game 2 win and look forward to Game 3 in Chicago.
Giving up a 75-yard touchdown run right out of the gate stunned them, but the Rams recovered Sunday and continued a trend of stifling opponents.
Andy and Brian discuss Brandon Ingram's slow start, make NBA predictions and celebrate the 20th anniversary of 'Boogie Nights.'
Major league skippers have experience, brains and reams of information available to them. Despite all of this, what happens when they fail at work? You have what happened to Joe Maddon in Game 2 of the NLCS.
The Pac-12 is the only Power 5 conference without an undefeated team, and every team except USC, Washington and Washington State has lost more than once. Is this a case of parity or mediocrity?
Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook gives the 76ers' Ben Simmons the best Rookie of Year odds (5-2), while William Hill's Nevada sportsbook has Lonzo Ball as a 9-5 favorite. Ball could become the first Laker to win the award since the franchise moved to Los Angeles.
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Adam Rittenberg talk about the stunning losses for Washington and Washington State in Week 7 and delve into what it means for the Pac-12 contenders moving forward.
Better days are surely ahead for the Lakers, though Lonzo Ball's first year with the team could be rough record-wise.
Chris Paul is no longer on the team, but the Clippers added a great passer in Milos Teodosic. That's good news for DeAndre Jordan.