Oklahoma will play Southern California and St. John's will take on Arizona State in the second annual Basketball Hall of Fame Classic this fall.
Los Angeles Teams
Los Angeles focused on drafting offensive weapons to develop last year. Now it has to find players in the secondary to develop.
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco told reporters Monday that defensive end Joey Bosa reported to Chargers Park for voluntary workouts.
The Trojans are the only school to produce two Pro Bowl quarterbacks, making them the top factory at that position.
Los Angeles will need to add a young safety who can run, in order for defensive coordinator Gus Bradley's Cover 3 scheme to work.
The Chargers are hoping that they can find a gem, like Adrian Peterson or Mike Evans, with the seventh overall pick and not a dud like Jonathan Cooper.
Yasiel Puig has cooled off in a big way after a hot start, and Julio Urias may be forced into the rotation after Kenta Maeda's struggles.
UCLA has a new headliner for its 2018 class following the Sunday night commitment of Under Armour All-American QB-DT Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Continue reading to see why the future at quarterback is very bright for the Bruins:What he brings: Good athlete.
ESPN 300 DT Tuli Letuligasenoa has become USC's first 2018 commitment of the spring. What he brings: Letuligasenoa is a powerful defender with very good overall size and a good first-step.
ESPN Stats and Information
Thanks to stellar play from Joe Johnson and hot shooting from the rest of the team, the Jazz were able to hold off the Clippers and get their first home playoff win since 2010.
It didn't quite sink in for former Giants pitcher Sergio Romo that he was now a rival until his likeness was removed from a Bay Area creamery's pints.
Get ready for all four of the second-round matchups in the Stanley Cup playoffs, with key strengths and weaknesses for each team, plus a pick for each series.
UCLA has secured its first ESPN 300 prospect for 2018 with the commitment of WR Kyle Philips. Here's what this Southern California pass-catcher will add to Jim Mora's offense:What he brings: Tremendous ball skills and a knack for getting open.
Joe Johnson scored 28 points, and the Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Clippers 105-98 on Sunday night to tie their first-round playoff series at 2-all.
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
Jazz beat Clippers 105-98 to even their series at 2-2. The ViewFromVegas is they also covered after closing as 5-point home favorites and it went over the total of 196. Favorites/underdogs are now tied 14-14-1 ATS in the NBA playoffs with one game (today's HOU-OKC game) closing pick 'em. Overs improve to 17-13.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Jazz 105, Clippers 98 (final). Utah evens series 2-2 with Joe Johnson (28 points, 5 assists) scoring or assisting on 16 of last 17 points.