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Despite the presence of Anthony Davis, life without LeBron James has been less than impressive for the Lakers (except against the Warriors).
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Jaime Jarquez's 3-pointer with .6 seconds remaining gave UCLA a 75-72 victory over Arizona State on Thursday night and put the Bruins in a share of the Pac-12 Conference lead.
Anthony Davis had 23 points and six rebounds in three quarters and the Los Angeles Lakers won their seventh straight game and NBA-record 18th in a row on the road against the Western Conference, beating the injury-plagued Golden State Warriors 116-86...
Onyeka Onkongwu scored 11 points, including a three-quarters court shot, and grabbed 10 rebounds as Southern California gave its NCAA Tournament hopes a boost with a 57-48 victory over Arizona on Thursday night.
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It sounds like Griffin Canning's MRI results were basically inconclusive. The plan, a source said, is for Canning to undergo treatment, throw again soon after and see how his elbow responds, at which point the Angels will determine the next step.
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Los Angeles Angels starter Griffin Canning underwent an MRI on his sore right elbow Thursday, and a source told ESPN's Alden Gonzalez that the results were inconclusive. The plan is for Canning to undergo treatment before throwing again, the source said.
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