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Rams or Chargers: Who wins the battle of Los Angeles this season?

The city of Los Angeles houses two football teams, but one is clearly the superior of the two. That's because one squad is the reigning NFL champion, and until 2023, that title is going to remain on one side of the city's spectrum. And though the Rams and Chargers share the same home stadium, playing turf is perhaps the only commonality the two teams hope to share going forward.
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A's lose to Angels in 12 innings, finish homestand 0-5

OAKLAND — Magneuris Sierra hit an RBI single in the 10th inning, then doubled home the go-ahead run in the 12th that lifted the Los Angeles Angels over the Oakland Athletics 5-4 on Wednesday for a three-game sweep.The A's suffered their second winless homestand of the season at 0-5.Jaime Barría (2-2) limited the A's to an unearned run in three innings of relief to pick up his first win since May 8.The teams traded runs in the 10th inning, with Sierra and Ramón Laureano producing RBI singles. Austin Pruitt (0-1) gave up Sierra's deciding double.The Angels took a 3-0 lead...
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Jeanie Buss and Los Angeles Lakers Legends Talk Kobe Bryant and the Franchise's 'Legacy' (Exclusive)

There are plenty of narratives out there about the storied history of the Los Angeles Lakers -- including the recent lauded HBO series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty -- but now, Lakers president Jeanie Buss and several legends of the basketball dynasty are telling the story in their own words, in a new Hulu docuseries, Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers.
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Noah Gragson to move to Cup Series in 2023 with Petty GMS

Noah Gragson finally earned a promotion to NASCAR’s top level and will drive for Petty GMS next season. Gragson will replace Ty Dillon in the No. 42 Chevrolet beginning with next season’s exhibition race at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. He will be teammates with Erik Jones, who recently signed an extension to continue with the team that launched this year when GMS Racing moved up to the Cup Series by merging with Richard Petty Motorsports. The promotion to NASCAR’s top series puts Gragson with another one of NASCAR’s greats. He drove in the Truck Series for two-time Cup champion Kyle Busch and has spent four seasons driving in the Xfinity Series for JR Motorsports, the team co-owned by Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Jr. Now he’ll drive for Richard Petty, the seven-time NASCAR champion and Hall of Famer. Petty sat next to Gragson at Wednesday’s announcement.
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Celeb Sports Fans Get Their Cheer On

From cheering with the hometown crowds at New York City's iconic Madison Square Garden to going wild at Los Angeles Dodgers and Rams games, celebrities come out in full force for their beloved sports teams. Formula One, MLB, NBA, NHL and NFL are all repped by A-list diehards, as are tennis matches and golf games. Click through the gallery to see some of Hollywood's biggest sports fans rooting for their favorite teams.
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USC's commitment to physicality comes with caution

USC started training camp with an emphasis on physicality that came as music to the ears of Trojan fans and early indications based on what we’re allowed to see are that they are putting the players through their paces. A picture is worth a thousand words and Bobby Haskins’ arms after Monday night’s Coliseum practice said plenty. Decorated with fresh red slashes and pink-purple bruises, Haskins confirmed verbally what we could see just by looking at him: The Trojans aren’t playing tag out there.
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Joshua Palmer emerging as bigger threat in Chargers' offense

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — The momentum Joshua Palmer built up last season with the Los Angeles Chargers has continued through the first two weeks of training camp. Palmer has emerged as the team’s third wide receiver for when the regular season opens on Sept. 11 against the Las Vegas Raiders. After being drafted in the third round last year, Palmer showed consistency over the final five games, with 18 of his 33 receptions and three of his four touchdowns coming during that span.
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LeBron James, Darvin Ham, Lakers on same page?

LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers are looking to bounce back from an abysmal 2021-22 NBA season. It was a season that saw Anthony Davis appear in just 40 games due to a foot injury, Russell Westbrook struggle to lift the team's offense and the Lakers miss the Western Conference playoffs after going just 33-49.
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How new Charger Khalil Mack helped Joey Bosa get his groove back

COSTA MESA, Calif. — Joey Bosa is on the move, going through his meticulous warm-up routine at the start of practice for the Los Angeles Chargers. He effortlessly bends over to touch his toes, then takes off on high-knee sprints across the field. Meanwhile, Bosa's teammates are lined up, going through a traditional stretch period with the team's training staff.
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Instant Analysis from USC Fall Camp practice in the LA Coliseum

In the video above you can check out our Instant Analysis from USC's sixth day of fall camp, a 9 am practice held over at the Los Angeles Coliseum where defensive players were available after the workout for interviews. Please note the audio levels switch around halfway through the video due to a microphone problem. Sorry about that, but you should still be able to hear everything.
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Peristyle Podcast - Talking NIL with the founders of USC's new collective Student Body Right

Listen to this episode of the Peristyle Podcast here:. This week we learned that a group of USC football boosters came together and formed a collective called "Student Body Right," aimed at collecting and distributing funds to every member of the Trojan football team that wants to take part. Two of the founders of the group, Dale Rech and Bill Hadden, join podcast host Ryan Abraham talking about how this collective came together, what their overall goals are and how they are staying compliant with NCAA rules and state laws.
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Transfer of power: Riley rebuilds USC with veteran arrivals

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Brett Neilon looks around Southern California’s locker room, the Trojans’ sixth-year center sees a few teammates who were with him all the way from the heights of a Pac-12 title to the depths of this storied football program’s worst season in 30 years. Neilon also sees the nation’s top receiver at Pitt in 2021, Oklahoma’s former freshman quarterback sensation, an ex-Alabama linebacker and a few dozen other guys he just recently met, all wearing new cardinal jerseys and preparing to restore the Trojans to glory this fall. They aren’t quite an expansion team, but college football also hasn’t really seen anything quite like these Trojans. From his vantage point between two eras of USC football, Neilon loves the view. “It kind of feels like a whole new team,” Neilon said. “There’s a lot of excitement. There’s some of the best players in college football in there. It’s all a melting pot for a really fun, exciting season.”
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