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Matt Barnes tweets that if he'd kicked LeBron James he'd be in jail

13 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Matt Barnes apparently thinks there's a double standard in the NBA.

2015 college football spring calendar, with spring game dates

THE OFFSEASON IS BASICALLY OVER It's March, which means spring football is right around the corner on college campuses across the country. For some teams, like Duke and Appalachian State, spring started in early February and is already just about wrapped up. Show More Summary

The forgotten offseason moves that could help shape the 2015 MLB season

These four players didn't steal the headlines this winter, but they could have big impacts on their teams' chances in 2015. The arrival of spring always compels baseball fans to look forward in anticipation of the season ahead. After...Show More Summary

Jarrett Jack is secretely clutch and 3 other things we learned on Monday

Stephen Curry caught fire in the fourth quarter but it wasn't enough to prevent Jarrett Jack from showing off his clutch credentials. The Suns and Heat don't like each other and the rest of the action from Monday in the NBA. The last four Warriors losses have come against Eastern teams so the Nets' win on Monday shouldn't come as a shocker. Show More Summary

Rise & Grind: Getting primed for NFL free agency

The decisions made at the NFL's franchise tag deadline are setting up a wild free agency period. The franchise tag deadline is a dull exercise in curtailing a player's voyage to free agency. It's one of the more boring dates on the offseason calendar, albeit one with plenty of business being done. Show More Summary

Good morning. The Dragic Revenge Game turned into a wrasslin' match.

That and more in Tuesday's NBA newsletter. SUBSCRIBE! Good morning. Let's basketball. LET'S WRASSLE: Oh man. So the Heat faced the Suns, which means DRAGIC REVENGE GAME except it was apparently a Phoenix revenge game? Whatever the case, Markieff Morris fouled Goran Dragic hard on a breakaway, drawing a Flagrant 2 and getting himself booted. Show More Summary

Nothing can stop Kansas' reign of dominance in the Big 12

When Iowa State beat Oklahoma on Monday, the Jayhawks wrapped up another conference title. Over the past 10 months, there have been a number of moments that seemed to foreshadow the end of Kansas' streak of 10 consecutive seasons with at least a share of the Big 12 regular season title. Show More Summary

Is there anyone who doesn’t have an opinion about what's wrong with Tiger Woods?

Tiger Woods is absent from the PGA Tour for who knows how long but Tiger Talk continues unabated. Tiger Woods is still on sabbatical, but though he won’t make his next PGA Tour start until he deems his game tournament-ready, everyone...Show More Summary

With Derek Jeter Gone, Yankees' Boom-or-Bust Roster Could Face Turbulence

TAMPA, Florida — Routinely in the early days this spring, the Yankees haven't started workouts until late morning. Nobody begins their workdays this late in the spring, ever. Not in Florida. Not in Arizona. Why did manager Joe Girardi do it? Was it because: A. Show More Summary

La'el Collins is consistently boring, and that's good

His tape is boring with a bit of nasty, but that's exactly what makes La'el Collins one of Stephen White's favorite 2015 draft prospects. I selected LSU left tackle La'el Collins as the first offensive lineman to evaluate this spring. Show More Summary

Didi Gregorius Ready for Challenge of Reaching Potential, Taking on N.Y.

After Derek Jeter’s retirement, one of the biggest questions heading into Major League Baseball’s offseason was how the New York Yankees would replace The Captain at shortstop. Based on previous years, the assumption was that the Yankees would sign an aging free agent such as Hanley Ramirez. Show More Summary

Yoan Moncada's Record-Setting Bonus Shows System Inequities MLB Must Address

The deterrents are not working. They hardly make anyone think twice about being penalized. The possibility of signing a superstar easily breaks through the restraints as teams ignore tax and draft-pick penalties to sign elite foreign...Show More Summary

Young Players Write New History as Baseball Returns to N.Y.U.

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The New York University program, dropped after the 1974 season, is dependent on a roster made up largely of freshmen that is building for the future.

What's on Deck Today at Spring Training

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

What to watch for today at spring training:

This crowd gets emotional: It's emo night Taking Back Tuesday

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

On a Tuesday night in February, the line to get into the Echoplex stretched all the way down Glendale Boulevard. Hundreds of mid-20s to early-30-somethings waited with huge grins on their faces, ready to hear the music that changed their young lives. Once inside, they crowd-surfed, moshed and...

Australian rugby star Jarryd Hayne to join San Francisco 49ers

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Jarryd Hayne was named the top player in Australia's National Rugby League for the second time last season, a title that likely won't get him out of rookie drills in training camp with the San Francisco 49ers.

KABC-TV retains lead for 6 p.m., 11 p.m. newscasts in L.A. market

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

KABC-TV Channel 7 has long generated the highest ratings for evening newscasts in Los Angeles, but KCBS-TV Channel 2 is gaining ground.

Say hey, baseball: Spring training games!

Tuesday morning's baseball includes actual baseball games, James Shields, and an odd Mets-Rangers trade rumor. Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. There are all kinds ofShow More Summary

Phil Hart recalls playing in Little League outside his district in Denver

15 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The recent story of Chicago's Jackie Robinson West Little League team, their U.S. title taken away because some of their players lived outside the district they represented, struck a nerve with Phil Hart.

How the dense grids of artist Charles Gaines took the ego out of art

15 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

When Charles Gaines was in elementary school in Newark, N.J., one of his teachers noticed that this son of a construction worker and seamstress was skilled at drawing. 

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