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Sunday, Dec 29, 2013 at 11:43 AM
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By Trevor O'Brien

Where Have the Dodgers' Free Agents Gone?

Where Have the Dodgers' Free Agents Gone?

Has one of your favorite Dodgers signed with another team? Take a look at each of the team's free agents and where they have ended up this off-season. Read »

Thursday, Sep 19, 2013 at 9:06 PM
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By Trevor O'Brien

Playoff Bound: Dodgers Clinch NL West

The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the NL West and are now headed to the playoffs after beating Arizona 7-6 on Thursday. Hanley Ramirez had four RBIs and A.J. Ellis slammed the game-winning home run. Read »

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Shahan Ahmed Shahan Ahmed is a regular fixture at sporting events around Southern California. Shahan is in his fifth season covering the Los Angeles Lakers for NBC Los Angeles. Along with covering practices and shootarounds in LA, he has covered the team in Beijing, Shanghai, New York, Brooklyn, Miami, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, Houston, San Diego and New Orleans. In addition, Shahan also covers the LA Rams, LA Clippers and special sports events around Southern California. Shahan also covers European football for Yahoo! Sports and has covered Premier League and La Liga matches in England and Spain, respectively.
Michael Duarte Michael J. Duarte is a Los Angeles-based writer covering the Dodgers for NBCLA. Born and raised in the City of Angels, Michael did his undergraduate work at the University of California Santa Barbara and a graduate program at the University of Southern California. Michael was awarded the Paul Lazarus Scholarship Award in 2004 for his writing and is the 2005 recipient of the prestigious Corwin Writing Award. In addition to sports writing, Michael is an avid runner and softball player.
James Neveau James is a Chicago-based sportswriter who has covered hockey for numerous publications and websites. He currently covers the Blackhawks and the Chicago Bears for NBC Chicago, and covers the Kings and the Ducks for NBCLA.
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Raiders Exodus? NFL Owners Mull Las Vegas Relocation Effort

Raiders Exodus? NFL Owners Mull Las Vegas Relocation Effort

Monday could be the day many fans of the "Silver and Black" have feared for years. NFL owners stationed in Phoenix could vote as early as Monday to approve a relocation effort that could send the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas. A total of 24 out of the NFL's 32 owners must approve the request submitted by owner Mark Davis and the East Bay franchise. ESPN's Adam Shefter on Monday tweeted that it "sure sounds like the Raiders have all the votes they need to move to Las Vegas. Get used to...the Las Vegas Raiders."

Podiatrist Who Set Free Throws World Record Dies at 94

Podiatrist Who Set Free Throws World Record Dies at 94

A California podiatrist who made history when he shot 2,750 consecutive free throws has died. He was 94. Dr. Tom Amberry died in Long Beach on March 18, said his granddaughter, Roxanne Amberry. The retired podiatrist earned a spot in Guinness World Records and brief celebrity in 1993 after he lobbed in shot after shot for 12 hours. Amberry later said he could have shot many more free throws, but a janitor interrupted him because it was time turn off the lights and close the small rec center gym in Orange County.

Blazers Burn Lakers at Staples Center

Blazers Burn Lakers at Staples Center

The Portland Trail Blazers beat the LA Lakers 97-81, and Lakers coach Luke Walton spoke about his team's defense in the first half. (Recorded at Staples Center on March 26, 2017)

Lakers Crash and Burn Against Blazers

Lakers Crash and Burn Against Blazers

The Portland Trail Blazers blew out the LA Lakers 97-81 on Sunday night at Staples Center

March Madness: Your Guide to This Year's Final Four

March Madness: Your Guide to This Year's Final Four

Consider North Carolina the tour guide at this year's Final Four. The Tar Heels will be making their record 20th trip, and most of the players on this year's roster were on hand last season to find out all about the agony of coming oh-so close to winning it all. For the rest of the guests, it's all uncharted territory. Gonzaga finally parlayed two decades of excellence into its first trip to college basketball's showcase. South Carolina's entire history in the NCAA Tournament could've been compiled on a cocktail napkin.