Los Angeles Teams
- Resolution: Dodgers should be awarded WS titles
- Celtics dominate Lakers in rout of rare proportions
- Jaylen crosses dunk on LeBron off bucket list
- LeBron 'mad' after debris hits son during game
A resolution urging Major League Baseball to strip the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox of recent World Series titles and award them to the Los Angeles Dodgers has been unanimously approved by the L.A. City Council.
Last season the Clippers didn't have the luxury of managing the schedule -- all they had was moxie. This season, though, they have Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.
Injuries set Jerry Tillery back in his rookie season, but a late surge has the Chargers excited about the first-round pick's future.
Now that underclassmen have decided whether to stay in college or go pro, we examine which schools benefited the most and which ones lost out.
Six receivers and three quarterbacks in Round 1 ... but no Dwayne Haskins. We gave all 32 teams a do-over for last year's draft.
After only the seventh instance in the history of the Lakers-Celtics regular-season rivalry in which the margin of victory was 30 or more points, the Lakers made no excuses.
Jaylen Brown's two-handed dunk over LeBron James and the stare down afterward, which earned Brown a technical foul, served as a fitting exclamation point on Boston's 139-107 win over the Lakers. Brown said the dunk was something he had long coveted.
Kemba Walker scored 20 points to end a career-long personal losing streak against LeBron James, and Jayson Tatum scored 27 to lead the Boston Celtics past the Los Angeles Lakers 139-107 on Monday night and send the top team in the Western Conference...
Drawing the ire of LeBron James, debris was thrown at Bronny James as No. 14 Sierra Canyon (California) suffered its third loss of the season on Monday, falling to Paul VI (Virginia) 70-62 at the Hoophall Classic in Massachusetts.
Is Adam Silver's failed midseason tournament a stain on his resume? Brian Windhorst, Nick Friedell and Kevin Arnovitz discuss alternate ideas as the NBA looks for ways to drum up more regular season interest, especially from younger fans. Plus, a review of the Clippers' last month and what it says about their hopes of reaching the NBA Finals (27:49).
Lakers star big man Anthony Davis is available to play Monday against the Celtics after missing the past five games with an injured backside.
USC is working on a deal to name Todd Orlando its next defensive coordinator, a source tells ESPN, while offensive coordinator Graham Harrell has decided to remain with the Trojans after considering a jump to the NFL.
WNBA Finals rematch? Sabrina Ionescu's pro debut? The return of players such as Breanna Stewart and Skylar Diggins? There's a lot to look forward to.
Milwaukee's grip on the No. 1 spot is as strong as ever, but this week's biggest story is the expected debut of New Orleans' No. 1 pick.