Los Angeles Teams

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Brewers hit three long balls to rally past Angels (0:49)
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Trout drives in two for Angels (0:23)
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First stop on Kobe's retirement... Disneyland (0:22)
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Dodgers prank Raymond the mascot (0:21)
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Thompson with a two-run blast (0:25)
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Pederson goes yard (0:31)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts hasn't been playing Joc Pederson against lefties (0-for-6 this season) but he unloaded on a Matt Moore fastball for his fourth home run. Everyone kind of gave up on him after his second-half slump, but Pederson has quietly produced, with a .397 OBP.

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Flames, Ducks among coaching positions up for grabs (4:13)
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Rivers sticking to big 3

Doc Rivers claims he has no intentions of trading Paul, Griffin or Jordan. Are the Clippers using injuries as an excuse to keep their big 3 together? Kelvin & Travis explain.

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Metta World Peace shares thoughts on Kobe's farewell tour (1:19)
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Los Dodgers llegan a Tampa cargados de ex Rays

Viajan al Tropicana Field por segunda vez en su historia con numerosos antiguos miembros de los Rays de Tampa Bay, incluyendo su presidente de operaciones, Andrew Friedman. Leer

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Metta World Peace recounts Russell-Young incident (1:55)
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Does the NBA need challenge flags? (2:37)
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Kershaw off to All-Star-caliber start

In David Schoenfield's April All-Stars list, he makes the rules. This time, he's going with a six-man pitching rotation -- and you'd better believe Clayton Kershaw is included. Schoenfield: April All-Stars

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Forget the slow start, Trout is on fire now

Mike Trout's slow start is officially a thing of the past, as he now makes David Schoenfield's list of April All-Stars. The Angels center fielder is scorching the ball right now, hitting .413 with five homers in his past 12 games. Schoenfield: April All-Stars

How will UCLA fare against tough slate?

The Bruins have a dubious distinction as it pertains to road opponents on its schedule. No team faces as many top-50 nonconference opponents on the road. Toughest schedules (Insider)

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Goff's biggest obstacle will be adjusting to speed (0:28)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Prior to the start of the 2016-17 regular season, the Lakers plan to hold training camp in El Segundo, Calif., where their practice facility is located. Last year, the Lakers held training camp in Hawaii.