Los Angeles Teams

Kershaw's remarkable career to date (0:40)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

The Portland Trail Blazers beat the LA Clippers 122-109 in LA to win their 13th straight game, tied for the third-longest in franchise history and the longest since the team won 13 straight in December 2007. The Trail Blazers got 23 points from Damian Lillard and 21 points each from CJ McCollum and Maurice Harkless. The Clippers dropped to 10th in the West at 38-32.

Rakell extends Ducks' lead in third period (0:32)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Can confirm: Ndamukong Suh will be visiting with the Rams this week. If he signs, he would join a defensive line that includes Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers. Jordan Schultz of Yahoo! was first.

McCollum turns defense into offense (0:27)
Rivers says 'coaches have to calm down' (0:52)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Doc Rivers (recently fined) joked after Alvin Gentry, Stan Van Gundy fines and Dwane Casey ejection that the coaches will have to meet with the officials at the next All-Star game. Off Van Gundy fine, Terry Stotts accepted Van Gundy being upset about the physicality in last night's game as a compliment.

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Kenya's Kirui wins 2nd L.A. Marathon in 3 years

Kenya's Weldon Kirui raced to his second Los Angeles Marathon victory in three years, finishing in 2 hours, 11 minutes, 48 seconds on Sunday. Ethiopia's Sule Utura Gedo claimed the women's title in 2:33.49.

Jacob Wolf ESPN Staff Writer 

Three-time NBA champion Rick Fox and Memphis Grizzlies' Grizz Gaming general manager Lang Whitaker at SXSW in Austin, Texas discuss the evolution of basketball teams and affiliates involvement in esports. Thirteen of the 30 NBA teams or their owners have some form of ownership in esports and Fox, the former Laker and Celtic, founded his own team, Echo Fox, in 2015.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Brandon Ingram said the next step to returning is to go on the court and ramp it up with the team. The next practice for the Lakers likely is early next week in New Orleans after they play in Indiana on Monday. "He obviously is coming with us on the road trip," Luke Walton said. "I wouldn't be surprised if he plays on the road trip. He is feeling much better he says. But we are going to keep being patient with him and make sure that he goes through all the proper channels before we throw him back out there."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton was asked if there's been any talk about using Luol Deng with so many injuries. Walton said it's been discussed internally and with Deng and that all parties involved are good with the veteran not playing. "We've discussed it," Walton said. "Multiple people [were part of the discussion] but we decided it was best to keep it where we've been at."

Thomas makes no excuses for missed late shot (0:39)
Heat edge Lakers by a point (1:14)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton says Miami "was tougher than us tonight. That's really frustrating." Walton said he wanted to go to Julius Randle on last play but Lonzo Ball's man went to help on Randle. Walton said he can live with an open shot by Isaiah Thomas at the end.