Los Angeles Teams
Zach talks to Jeff Van Gundy about the Wolves defense, the Thunder's struggles, the Clippers collapse, and strange starts across the Western Conference.
In Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram, San Diego has a tandem that poses a major threat to Dallas, which has struggled to protect the quarterback.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
Larry Nance Jr. (hand) is getting closer to a return. He had a dental procedure that will prevent him from getting work with the G-League team this week but the Lakers were going to wait through a break this Thanksgiving weekend to give Nance Jr. more time. A return is likely for next week.
Even if every Power 5 conference produced a two-loss champ, the Pac-12 would probably still be the odd man out. That said, it's all about avoiding disaster next year.
Rams coach Sean McVay has observed Sean Payton's playcalling from afar and would like to develop the feel and skill the Saints' coach has.
When the Rams traded for Sammy Watkins, they envisioned better numbers. Robert Woods' injury gives Watkins an opportunity to prove himself a No. 1 WR.
UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen says he will forever be indebted to fired coach Jim Mora.
Most Chargers games are toss-ups, so it's no surprise their season has been one too.
Which young players in the prospect ranks have been turning heads so far this season? Here's a look at a prospect from all 31 teams who has been particularly notable, including Ryan Donato (Bruins), Kirill Kaprizov (Wild) and Daniel Sprong (Penguins).
The Angels rank near the bottom of the majors in projected third-base production. A certain free agent could offer a solution.
What do you get the team that has just about everything? How about just keeping the band together, starting with bringing back Brandon Morrow.
Mike Williams, who had his best game of the season against the Bills, has been compared to Dez Bryant. He'll get a chance to speak with him Thursday.
Los Angeles is 7-3 and should have no problem finishing the year with a winning record. If that happens, it'll be the franchise's first winning season since 2003.
He's MLB's most powerful slugger and, with a no-trade clause, its most powerful negotiator. To go from South Beach to SoCal, he need only say the word.
More and more first-year wideouts seem to be finding prominent roles, and it wouldn't be surprising if that continues through the end of the season.
LA Clippers forward Danilo Gallinari believes he needs at least 7-10 more days before he can consider rejoining the active roster.
Sunday's outing broke a four-game sack streak for Aaron Donald, but he spent enough time in the Vikings' backfield that he can now register to vote there. He deserves to be the game's highest-paid defensive player.
The Lakers rookie has shown historic inaccuracy as a shooter, but he stuffs the box score. Has he been more good than bad?
Antoine Vermette beat goalie Martin Jones in the ninth round of a shootout to give the Anaheim Ducks a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Monday night.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Blair Walsh's 52-yard attempt falls about three feet short and the Seahawks (6-4) lose a close one to the Falcons. The Rams (7-3) still hold a one-game lead in the NFC West.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
LaVar Ball reiterated there's no reason for him to thank President Trump in the case of his son, LiAngelo, and two other UCLA freshmen returning to the U.S. after being held in China for shoplifting. "You heard what he tweeted," Ball said of Trump during an interview on CNN. "He tweeted because he is mad at me [that] I should have left their asses in jail. First of all, they weren't in jail, they were in a hotel. How did they get into a hotel? Somebody had to do something. Did he do it? If he paid for the money to put up whatever we needed to do then I would say thank you. Did he do that?... He said he helped. How did he help? If he helped, I would say thank you... Do I think the president helped? I don't know. I don't care and I don't know." Ball did thank Chinese President Xi Jinping.