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Corey Seager, Carlos Correa go way back

The Los Angeles Dodgers' Corey Seager and the Houston Astros' Carlos Correa, two of the game's brightest young talents, have a long history together.


Kobe comes in at No. 93 in NBA Rank

The project asks, "Which player will be better in 2015-16?" from both a quality and quantity standpoint. Kobe ranked 260th in Wins Above Replacement last season. Players ranked 91-100

Tee-ing off on recruiting competition

It's hard enough to recruit against the Trojans out west, but with ace recruiter Tee Martin on staff, contending with them nationwide is no easy task. How does he stack up against other top recruiters? Find out here (Insider)

Shaq sells car on "Fresh Off the Boat" (1:33)
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Kobe Bryant: Barely a top-100 player?

In the 41 games Bryant’s played over the last two seasons, he’s averaged 21.1 PPG while shooting under 38 percent. That’s the worst field goal percentage over any two-year stretch in the shot-clock era in which a player averaged at least 20 PPG.

Can the Kings be a Stanley Cup contender again? (0:54)
Is the Pac-12 in danger of missing the playoff? (5:43)
30 for 30: Trojan War - Anything You Want (1:00)
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NHL season opens tonight! Picks, please

Our experts weigh in with their predictions for the 2015-16 NHL season. A lot of love for the Ducks and Capitals. Postseason, award picks

Kershaw gets Game 1 nod (2:26)
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Opening-day rosters for all 30 NHL teams

With the NHL season set to begin Wednesday night, the league has announced the opening-day rosters for all 30 teams.

Inside the NFL to L.A. relocation meetings (1:30)
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Pierce no longer in the top 100

Clippers newcomer Paul Pierce has been one of the best players in the NBA throughout his long career. Our latest edition of player rankings shows that his age and the rest of the league is catching up with him. #NBArank: Nos. 101-110

Tempers flare in preseason contest between Jazz and Lakers (0:58)
Trevor Booker punches Roy Hibbert (0:21)