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  • Never-say-dire Kings win again with amazing rally against Rangers

    Never-say-dire Kings win again with amazing rally against Rangers
    Of course, the Kings fell behind early in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final and went into the first intermission trailing the New York Rangers by two goals. Based on the Kings' playoff habits this spring, they had the Rangers exactly where they wanted the...
  • The day Don Zimmer lashed out at Larry Bowa

     The day Don Zimmer lashed out at Larry Bowa
    Don Zimmer poked his head out of the Cubs dugout, then motioned for me to follow him into the clubhouse during spring training in Mesa, Ariz., in 1985. Wearing long johns and a dingy undershirt, he pulled out a crumpled piece of yellow paper. Then the...
  • Once again, a Triple Crown dream vanishes at the Belmont

    The horse racing story that never seems to happen didn't again here Saturday. Instead of a Triple Crown, the sport got another Groundhog Day. California Chrome didn't win the Belmont Stakes, didn't get the third leg of the Triple Crown, didn't even...
  • 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...
  • Bishop Amat wins Southern Section Division 3 baseball title

    Bishop Amat wins Southern Section Division 3 baseball title
    Andy Nieto, a former USC assistant who won his fourth Southern Section baseball championship on Friday coaching La Puente Bishop Amat at Dodger Stadium, told his team weeks ago when it was struggling, "Before we can right the boat, you have to make a...
  • Kings' Anze Kopitar is the ultimate two-way player

    Kings' Anze Kopitar is the ultimate two-way player
    The coach's words were firm and his tone suggested he wasn't asking the impossible of someone he knows well. Kings center Anze Kopitar is leading NHL playoff scorers with 24 points in 22 games and has been instrumental in the run that has brought the...
  • Chicago billionaire Mark Walter looks at big picture in LA sports deals

    Chicago billionaire Mark Walter looks at big picture in LA sports deals
    When the WNBA was searching for an owner for the failing Los Angeles Sparks, the league's president called Chicago billionaire and Los Angeles Dodgers controlling owner Mark Walter — and not Walter's more famous business partner, Earvin "Magic"...
  • Trainer Doug O'Neill has no regrets after 2012 Triple Crown heartbreak

    It was exactly two years ago that Doug O'Neill departed this massive and mysterious Belmont Park race track with a big smile and a heavy heart. He had been the talk of the town, in a town where being the biggest apple bears extra fruit in every...
  • The day Swaps met his match

    The day Swaps met his match
    The focus on Art Sherman, with stories that seek to flavor who he is and how he thinks as he prepares his horse for a run at the Triple Crown, zeros in on May 7, 1955. A better date might be Aug. 31 of that year. In the oft-told story, Sherman was...
  • Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1

    Kings have the will, find a way to beat Rangers in Game 1
    Is there no end to the Kings' resilience, no situation too dire for them to wiggle out of, even if they skate off with the hair at the ends of their lengthy playoff beards singed from the flames they just escaped? Heavy-legged Wednesday in the first...
  • Kings make a meal of a Big Apple turnover

    Kings make a meal of a Big Apple turnover
    Staples Center was so quiet, you could have heard a tooth drop. The Kings looked so exhausted, it was if they were skating through a natural nightmare. "Sometimes … it's quicksand," said Trevor Lewis. That was Wednesday's Game 1 of the...