Los Angeles teams
Tyronn Lue said Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are "feeling well," but the head coach isn't sure when his two stars will rejoin the LA Clippers.
- Lue: Leonard, George 'feeling well' but still out
- Ex-Horns RB Ingram says he'll transfer to USC
- Rams GM also won't speculate on Goff's future
- Childhood home in Italy honors Kobe with plaza
Running back Keaontay Ingram, who started 17 games and rushed for 1,811 yards over the past three seasons at Texas, will transfer to play for USC in 2021.
Much like coach Sean McVay on Jan. 17, Rams general manager Les Snead said it's "way too early to speculate" about quarterback Jared Goff's future with the team. Said Snead: "He's a Ram right now."
With J.T. Realmuto returning to the Phillies, here's where our experts predict the best still available will eventually sign.
The Jan. 26, 2020, helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others spawned an investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board and a number of civil lawsuits. Here are the details of where those cases stand today.
The WNBA free-agency market is open. Before players can agree to contracts starting Feb. 1, we rank the top free agents by statistical projections.
The morning after LeBron James eclipsed Kobe Bryant for third in all-time NBA scoring, on the flight home from Philadelphia, the Lakers learned of Bryant's death.
Kobe Bryant's emergence in the '90s popularized what had been a unique first name. These college players talk about the experience of sharing the name -- especially since Bryant's death.
On the anniversary of his death, Reggio Emilia, where Kobe Bryant lived while his father played for its basketball team, will unveil the "Largo Kobe and Gianna Bryant" plaza.
Playing in his first game in Cleveland in more than two years, LeBron James made up for lost time, single-handedly outscoring his former team in the fourth quarter en route to a season-high 46 points and 10-0 road winning streak for the Lakers.
A defamation lawsuit filed against Major League Baseball and the Angels by Brian Harkins, the longtime clubhouse attendant who was fired for supplying illegal ball-doctoring substances to pitchers, was struck down in Orange County Superior Court.
— LeBron James went on tear in the fourth quarter on his former home court, scoring 23 of his 46 points to keep the Los Angeles Lakers unbeaten on the road with a 115-108 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night.