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Rams TE Tyler Higbee donated $5,000 to help provide food and distance-learning resources to students and families in the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Rams announced Friday. "It's a tough time for a lot of people right now and I'm just trying to help out in any way I can,” Higbee said in a statement.

No Joke

LA Times' Bill Plaschke called in to talk about his bout with the COVID-19 and how we should be more safer when we go outside. Then, talk on the Lakers and if Momo and Kirk feel confident about their chances in the NBA Playoffs. Also, OC Register's Bill Plunkett came on to talk Dodgers and Mookie Betts' 3 Home Run night vs the San Diego Padres. And, everyone's favorite, Mychal Thompson called in to talk hoops and to play a game.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Another, more subtle, sign of how things are different this year: Dodgers players and coaches would typically stay at a nearby hotel for the Freeway Series in Anaheim. Instead, they're driving to and from LA for the three games.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Friday, after the first full-speed practice of training camp, that Sam Tevi is "the starter over there right now" at left tackle, but that he expects Trey Pipkins to continue competing for the spot.

Eat Your Greens

Like always, the second hour of the show started off with "The Scoop" and a discussion on what vegetables you love and hate to eat. Then, ESPN's Kendrick Perkins came on to talk about who will be the biggest threat to the Lakers in the NBA Playoffs. Also, "Radio Tinder."

Bubble Talk

With the 8th vs 9th seed play-in game(s) set, Ramona Shelburne and Kirk Morrison wondered if it will be the Portland Trail Blazers or the Memphis Grizzlies that will face the Lakers in the 1st Round of the NBA Playoffs. To talk more about this and other NBA hot topics was ESPN/The Undefeated's Marc Spears. Then, some talk on Mike Clevinger and Zach Plesac of the Cleveland Indians after they broke their team's curfew.

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Sources: Harrell expected to be eligible vs. Mavs

Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell is expected to clear his seven-game quarantine on Monday and will be eligible to be activated for Game 1 against the Mavericks, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ohm Youngmisuk.

Spectrum SportsNet's Chris McGee talks Lakers and Jeffrey Lyons' movies

The guys review Scoop's comments about Anthony Davis' days in Chicago and how it affects his game today. Will the Trail Blazers give much trouble for the Lakers? Spectrum SportsNet's Chris McGee joins Ben to talk Lakers, James Worthy, and the world of Purp and Yellow. Mookie belts three last night begging the question is Mike Trout wasting away in Anaheim. Jeffrey Lyons talks movies and his Red Sox with Ben.

Heading into the NBA playoffs and state of the Dodgers

Ben Lyons and producer Greg open talking the NBA going into the playoffs with all the Bubble story lines. Corey Seager is back in the lineup tonight for the Dodgers, the guys discuss. On his 61st birthday; what is your favorite Magic tweet? Scoop Jackson comes on and talks about his book, The Game is not a Game, dealing with the issue of social justice and sports.

Key calls in for the final morning show!

A Seahawks rookie was cut from the team after trying to sneak a girl into the team hotel, D'Marco has some thoughts. Keyshawn joins the guys to talk some football as well as his new radio show. Lakers will play their first playoff game on Thursday, who will they be facing? Plus, D'Marco was at Rams camp yesterday and has some stories.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams announce they have activated rookie OLB Terrell Lewis from the reserve/COVID list, signed S Jake Gervase and waived WR Brandon Polk.

BBTN: Mookie's Big Night, Red Sox Get Rocked

Tim Kurkjian fills in for Buster to talk with Karl Ravech about another magical night for Mookie Betts, a disastrous one for his former team, bad bullpens and the crazy schedule ahead of the Cardinals. Plus, Todd Radom tells Tim and Troy about Houston's ballparks before giving the weekly quiz (23:40).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

VIDEO: Yankees slugger Aaron Judge talks to ESPN about embracing his role front and center in baseball's push for more fans, and taking inspiration from LeBron James.