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The Happiest Place on Earth got a little happier for Lakers fans on Sunday when retired legend Kobe Bryant made an impromptu appearance at the park.
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.
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
Since the announcement of Tim Lincecum's showcase set for this Friday, the list of teams expected to attend -- and not attend -- has become clearer.
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
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)
Max & Marcellus breakdown the Lakers front office, pinpoint free agents they should target and explain why drafting 3rd overall would be best for their organization.
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.
Trojans have strong slate
USC doesn't waste any time getting to its toughest non-conference opponent. Alabama comes calling in Week 1. How would an average FBS team be expected to fare against the Trojans' schedule? Toughest schedules (Insider)
Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer
The 2016 NBA Draft Lottery will be held two weeks from today in New York City. For the third straight year, Los Angeles Lakers spokesman John Black says that he will represent the team in the drawing room, where 14 pingpong balls will decide the lottery's order, but Black adds that no decision has yet been finalized about who will represent the team on stage for the nationally-televised announcement of the lottery order, as ex-Lakers coach Byron Scott did last year. This year, the Lakers have a 55.8 percent chance of keeping their top-three protected first-round pick, which falls to the Philadelphia 76ers if it falls outside the first three slots.
What about the rookie quarterbacks?
Of the three first-round quarterbacks, Jared Goff is the closest to an impact rookie. But Mel Kiper Jr. isn't ready to predict much noise this season from Goff or fellow rookies Carson Wentz and Paxton Lynch . Impact rookies (Insider)
Even with the addition of an extra bat in the lineup, the Dodgers' offensive woes could continue in the American League ballparks.
Byron Scott is out, Luke Walton is in. Good move? Where do the Los Angeles Lakers go from here? Plus, magic Magic tweets.
Foles comes cheap on the market
Nick Foles comes with a cheap price tag, making him an undervalued commodity considering public opinion. What trade doors are open for Los Angeles to move Foles after drafting Jared Goff? NFL trade market
Skaggs diagnosed with biceps tendinitis
The Angels announced Monday that left-hander Tyler Skaggs -- who is currently rehabbing from Tommy John surgery -- has been diagnosed with biceps tendinitis and will rest for another week before being re-evaluated. Orange County Register
The Rams have used the fifth-year option for first-round picks in each of the three years since the option was created in 2011.
Kazmir learning the pains of hitting
Pitching in the National League for the first time, Scott Kazmir learned as soon as spring training -- when he injured his wrist and thumb at the plate -- that hitting isn't easy. "Everyone else was fine with it, and I was struggling a little bit, day to day," he said. "Everything gets tired." Los Angeles Times