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  • It's time for USC to move on, and move ahead, at end of probation

    It's time for USC to move on, and move ahead, at end of probation
    Tony Orlando may have had the best line on impending prison release: "I'm coming home, I've done my time." USC returns home Tuesday, and it's a new dawn. Tie a yellow ribbon around the old Felix Chevrolet sign. USC won't forget what the NCAA so...
  • Stunned by Clippers deal's dollars, wondering how it makes sense

    It is the sort of unimaginable leap that would make even Blake Griffin proud. In less than two months, the Clippers have gone from being the second-most popular team in their own town to the most expensive team in NBA history. In the time it takes to...
  • Curtis Godin gets Southern Section track championship wins in 100, 200

    Curtis Godin gets Southern Section track championship wins in 100, 200
    Curtis Godin's meteoric rise as the fastest teenager in California was validated on an overcast, unusually cool Saturday afternoon at the Southern Section track and field championships at Cerritos College. A former baseball player at Santa Ana Mater Dei...
  • Just what Clippers don't need — Shelly Sterling as owner

    Just what Clippers don't need — Shelly Sterling as owner
    The biggest threat to the Clippers franchise wasn't sitting courtside, a place where she had the nerve to plant herself in Oakland one day after her estranged husband and co-owner's words tore apart their team. The biggest danger to the Clippers wasn'...
  • Victor Espinoza has a cause beyond riding California Chrome to victory

    There we were, in a press conference, chronicling normal euphoria and gathering normal quotes from the winners of the Kentucky Derby, when the story took a 90-degree turn. Victor Espinoza was fighting back tears. And they weren't tears of joy. Until a...
  • Kings are in familiar spot going into Game 6

    Kings are in familiar spot going into Game 6
    The Kings fended off elimination four times in their first-round playoff series against San Jose, sticking together when it would have been easy to fracture, playing an ever-tighter defensive game that complemented Jonathan Quick's confident goaltending...
  • Dean Lombardi hopes Kings can find their consistency on time

    Dean Lombardi hopes Kings can find their consistency on time
    Only a few players and the assistant coaches were on the ice Tuesday morning as a somber Dean Lombardi watched at rinkside. Most of the Kings had taken part in a meeting and left their chilly El Segundo practice facility for the sizzling temperatures...
  • Alec Martinez is solid in Kings' 3-1 victory over Ducks

    It wouldn't be quite accurate to say that Kings defenseman Alec Martinez was a regular resident of Darryl Sutter's doghouse early this season. Martinez would have needed a long elevator ride up from the sub-basement to reach the doghouse, so low had...
  • There's only one thing left for the Sterlings to say: 'We're selling'

    There's only one thing left for the Sterlings to say: 'We're selling'
    They are both swinging wildly now, humiliating themselves, embarrassing their city and distracting their basketball team with every ugly lunge. Donald Sterling stumbles onto a national television set with Anderson Cooper and apologizes for his racial...
  • Mock NFL Draft: See who Eagles will take

    Mock NFL Draft: See who Eagles will take
    Getting into other organizations' heads is a skill Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman hasn't perfected yet. He'll make inquiries, though. Actually, he already has. "I probably have talked to two-thirds of the league," he said Thursday,...
  • Bickell cranks up the dial to 'playoffs'

     Bickell cranks up the dial to 'playoffs'
    Most people look at a calendar when they plan their springtime activities. Bryan Bickell simply looks out the window and senses the need to get busy. "The grass is greener and I know it's that time of the year,'' Bickell said Sunday after the...