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Orange County Register 6 hours ago
No distractions for Clippers as training camp opens

No distractions for Clippers as training camp opens

PLAYA VISTA – Doc Rivers values the solitude of training camp. He values the forced bonding a team goes through, particularly away from home in the early parts of training camp. It forces cohesion. It’s conducive to work. It’s free of...

Clippers story lines: Will Steve Ballmer be a hardcore owner?

The NBA team owner was momentarily stumped when reached by telephone overseas. Informed that Donald Sterling no longer owned the Clippers, there was an uneasy silence.
Orange County Register Sep 24, 2014
Clippers 2.0 to be big on 'fan experience,' Ballmer says

Clippers 2.0 to be big on 'fan experience,' Ballmer says

PLAYA VISTA – Wednesday, less than a week before his Clippers open training camp, Steve Ballmer made his way from interview to interview, talking at least in part about his latest product launch. Call it Clippers 2.0. And details on the product are...
Los Angeles Times Sep 17, 2014

Vikings place Adrian Peterson on exempt list, barring him from team

Two days after announcing running back Adrian Peterson could return to practice following his indictment last week on child-abuse charges, the Minnesota Vikings reversed their decision.
Los Angeles Times Sep 17, 2014

Dodgers pummeled by Rockies, 10-4

KEY MOMENTS: With two outs and the bases loaded in the sixth inning, Yasiel Puig worked the count full. Puig took a borderline 3-2 pitch that was called a strike by home plate umpire D.J. Reyburn, ending the inning with the Dodgers still trailing, 5-2. With his hands on his hips, Puig stared at...
Los Angeles Times Sep 16, 2014

Better winning through chemistry? Not these Dodgers

The most compelling thing about the Dodgers dugout altercation Monday night in Denver was that none of the Dodgers found it particularly compelling.
Los Angeles Times Sep 16, 2014

NFL players' union appeals Ray Rice punishment

The NFL Players Assn. filed an appeal Tuesday on behalf of running back Ray Rice, saying the supporting facts of his indefinite NFL suspension “reveal a lack of a fair and impartial process” by the league and Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Los Angeles Times Sep 16, 2014

Drew Stanton makes the most of his rare start for Arizona Cardinals

Three little words. For a moment, they made up for seven years of bad luck, lousy timing, and opportunities that fluttered off course like a deep ball in a desert wind. Three little words.
Orange County Register Sep 16, 2014
Clippers sign Australian Joe Ingles

Clippers sign Australian Joe Ingles

The Clippers have landed one of the top international free agents, agreeing to sign Australian national Joe Ingles to a one-year, non-guarenteed contract. Ingles, a 26-year-old swingman, averaged 11.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists for...

Dodgers don't figure to suffer from overconfidence despite lead

Careful now, don’t get all comfy. Don’t start dreaming of Dodger Stadium draped in patriotic bunting, Clayton Kershaw chewing up postseason hitters, the World Series finally calling.
Los Angeles Times Sep 15, 2014

Vikings clear Adrian Peterson to return to team

For the Minnesota Vikings, one game without Adrian Peterson was enough.
Los Angeles Times Sep 14, 2014

Play it forward: The week ahead in college football

1. Auburn at Kansas State is an odd, but interesting, Thursday night pairing pitting a top-shelf Southeastern Conference team against venerable Big 12 Coach Bill Snyder's Wildcats. Auburn has defeated Arkansas and San Jose State while Kansas State is 2-0 after wins over Stephen F. Austin and...
Los Angeles Times Sep 13, 2014

Adrian Peterson turns himself in to Texas authorities

Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson turned himself in to Texas authorities early Saturday after he was indicted Friday on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child because he struck his young son with a switch.
Los Angeles Times Sep 13, 2014

Angels rally from two-run deficit to rout Astros, 11-3

KEY MOMENT: The Angels entered the fifth inning trailing 3-2, but a dropped fly ball by Astros right fielder Jake Marisnick on a ball hit by Collin Cowgill opened the flood gates. Erick Aybar scored to tie the game, and the next batter, Kole Calhoun, drove in two runs. The Angels would end...
Los Angeles Times Sep 13, 2014

Loyola beats St. Augustine, 42-35, in return to home field

Views from Loyola High's makeshift press box Friday night for its first home football game in 65 years were stunning.

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