Los Angeles Teams

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Ball wants to be the 'best player to ever play' (1:18)

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."

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Lonzo Ball: "I love to win"

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."

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Predicting Angels' 2017 record

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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Morrison on Raiders to Vegas

Allen Sliwa discusses the future of the Lakers franchise and the historic performance by Suns guard Devin Booker who scored 70 points this weekend. Plus, Rams analyst Krik Morrison surprises Allen in studio to talk Raiders to Vegas.

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Lakers: Time for a new regime

Allen explains why Lakers should be less aggressive this off-season and reacts to Jeanie Buss' decision to have Jim Buss removed as a trustee. Plus, LA Times Sports columnist Bill Plaschke joins Allen to discuss all things Lakers.

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With Monday's owners vote approving the Raiders' move to Las Vegas, the Raiders and Rams-- remember when they were Los Angeles neighbors? -- account for four of the NFL's six most recent relocations.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams COO Kevin Demoff acknowledged that the Raiders' situation -- getting approved for Las Vegas, but remaining in Oakland for two or three more years -- "is certainly awkward." But he called it "an advantage from a logistics perspective." "They're not relocating in the same year as the vote," Demoff said. "They're staying in California this year. There will be some difficulties that come with that, but from a planning perspective, logistics perspective, it gives them a lot more time than we had, or the Chargers have, to get set up, to give players a chance to look at houses, to understand where the facility will be. Some of the really difficult challenges that come with a compressed timeframe, they will not face."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams are still in search of a center and would prefer one with experience for Jared Goff, who's still only 22. They're exploring free agency and trades for that. But besides that, they are pretty much done with free agency. At least for now. Rams are estimated to have somewhere between $10M and $12M in cap space, but roughly $5M of that will go to the draft.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Not surprising, given where their issues lie, but pretty clear at this point: the Rams are expected to go heavy at WR and TE in the upcoming draft.

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This year's Final Four is not quite ideal for fans of the NBA draft. Duke, Kentucky, Arizona and UCLA all have more freshmen in Chad Ford's top 100 than the Final Four teams combined.

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Sibling rivalry at the top of Lakers franchise? (1:07)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Brandon Ingram (right patellar tendinitis) did not practice today. He is listed as doubtful for tomorrow's game against the Wizards.

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Final weeks of NBA season will answer questions (1:53)