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NBA Says Kobe’s Delayed Hall Induction Coming In May 2021
11/29/2020 2:31pm

Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett will finally enter the Basketball Hall of Fame in May 2021.

USC Football Game Against Colorado Canceled Due To Lack Of Scholarship Players
11/26/2020 9:11pm

USCs football game against Colorado scheduled for Saturday at the Coliseum has been canceled and will be declared a no-contest, the Pac-12 conference announced Thursday.

Fantasy Football Start Or Sit Week 12: Tom Brady ‘Bounces Back With A Big Performance’
11/25/2020 8:52pm

Tom Brady may have cost the Buccaneers a win in Week 11, a rarity over his storied career, but he should redeem himself this week.

Second USC Football Player Tests Positive For COVID-19
11/25/2020 6:58pm

A second USC football player has tested positive for COVID-19, the university announced on Wednesday.

Argentinian Soccer Legend Diego Maradona Dies At 60
11/25/2020 11:07am

Maradona won the 1986 World Cup with his native Argentina and is considered one of the greatest players ever.


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Formula One Driver Grosjean Escapes Huge, Fiery Crash
11/30/2020 7:14am

It was like a scene from an action movie, except totally unscripted and genuinely life-threatening, involving a stunning escape that Harry Houdini would have struggled to match.Formula One driver Romain Grosjean was trapped in a burning car after it sliced in half and exploded into a fireball, following a crash on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.As flames tore into the desert night sky, Grosjean was inside a raging furnace for about 10-15 seconds. Somehow, the quick-thinking Frenchman did not give in to panic.Somehow, he was lucid enough to find a way out.Jumping through the flames like an action hero, he then grabbed the molten-hot metal barrier in front of him and hurdled over it onto the track.Safe though visibly shaken, he was well enough to walk to the ambulance with the help of two medics.He was treated for minor burns to the back of both hands but was well enough to speak from his hospital bed late Sunday, in a video posted by F1.Just wanted to say I am OK, a smiling Grosjean said. Thank you very much for all the messages.The relief at the time of the incident, for his distraught teammate Kevin Magnussen and others watching from the paddock, was immense. Drivers and other team members spontaneously applauded.I saw a lot of fire and thought that is not a good thing, Red Bulls Max Verstappen said. Luckily he is OK and hopefully he will recover. The 34-year-old Grosjean clambered out of the burning wreckage with his race helmet and fireproof race tunic singed as track marshalls sprayed him with a fire extinguisher.I want to thank the rescue crews who are very quick, Haas team principal Guenther Steiner said. The marshals and FIA people they did a great job, it was scary.As Grosjean was taken by helicopter to a military hospital, where he was being kept overnight, drivers reacted to the jarring scene.The car, the cockpit. I dont know what Gs he pulled but Im just so grateful the halo worked, said F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, who won the restarted race. It shows what an amazing job Formula One has done, the FIA has done, for him to be able to walk away from something like that.Countryman Pierre Gasly, who drives for AlphaTauri, was left in shock.It was horrible, really scary. I had no idea a Formula One car could break that way, Gasly said. I have texted him to wish him a good recovery. I think he is fine but a really scary thing.Hospital X-rays showed Grosjean did not even break a bone, despite an estimated impact speed of 200 kph 125 mph.But had he not managed to wriggle free, pulling him out of the cockpit would have been extremely difficult.Ive never seen that much fire in 12 years. It took a little while to process what was going on but then Romain started to get out of the car himself, which was amazing, said Alan van der Merwe, the driver of the F1 medical car. Everything worked hand in hand today: the halo, the barriers, the seat belt. Without one of the things it couldve been a different outcome.The halo is a safety device that forms a protective ring around the drivers head. It was introduced following the death of French driver Jules Bianchiafter he sustained massive head trauma on a rain-soaked track at the Japan GP six years ago and went headfirst into a trackside crane. Two years ago Charles Leclerc Bianchis close friend was likely saved serious injury or death by the halo when another car landed on topof his at the Belgian GP.Hamilton and Verstappen were not initially fans of the halo. Things have changed.I think the halo saved his life, Verstappen said. When it came onto the cars I was quite critical about it and it looked ugly. But you cant say anything about the safety because today it definitely saved Roman.The best-placed person to confirm that was Grosjean himself.I wasnt for the halo some years ago, he said. But I think its the greatest thing and without it I wouldnt be able to speak to you today. Thanks to all the medical staff at the circuit and the hospitalHis accident happened when he slid to the right and his back wheel clipped the front of Daniil Kvyats AlphaTauri, causing Grosjean to fly sideways into the barrier.If everyone else is shocked, just imagine how his familys feeling at the time, Hamilton said. The flames, the car broken in two and not knowing where the driver is, and him popping out from those flames. I cant imagine what thats like.It reminded Hamilton of a traumatic experience from his junior karting days.When I was nine I saw a kid die on the same day I won a race. So Ive always been aware of the dangers and the risks, Hamilton said. Im also thinking of Roman. Hes got a wife and kids, that must be something he will have to think heavily on. Because its a privilege to be able to do what we do, but theres so much and so many other things to do.

Hall of Fame Dodgers Broadcaster Vin Scully Turns 93
11/30/2020 3:04am

Retired Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully turned 93 on Sunday and marked the day by watching football.Scully saw both the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers lose and the Kansas City Chiefs win, led by Patrick Mahomes, who is his favorite quarterback, according to Los Dodgers Dodgers spokesman Steve Brener.Scully spent the day at his Los Angeles-area home with his wife, Sandra. His daughter, Katherine, brought him three balloons with the Nos. 50, 40 and 3 on them, adding up to his age of 93.NFL15 hours agoNFL Fines Saints and Patriots Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars for COVID-19 ViolationsRams16 hours ago49ers Hand Rams First Loss at SoFi Stadium, 23-20Scully retired from the Dodgers booth following the 2016 season. He spent 67 seasons with the franchise, beginning when it was located in Brooklyn. His is the longest tenure of any broadcaster with a single pro team in sports history.This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.


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How a failed speed option on third down compromised Chargers in loss
11/30/2020 10:00am

After Josh Kelley failed to get a first down on a key third and one in the fourth quarter, the Chargers had to settle for a field goal in their loss at Buffalo.

Chargers' defensive penalties prove costly in loss to Bills
11/30/2020 9:30am

A 47-yard pass-interference penalty by Rayshawn Jenkins and two personal fouls by Jerry Tillery aid Bills touchdown drives in the Chargers 27-17 loss.

Nicolas Batum could give the Clippers what they sorely lack
11/30/2020 9:00am

If the Clippers manage to sign former Hornets forward Nicolas Batum, the 32-year-old would enhance their three-point shooting and defending capabilities.

Legendary coach and administrator Jim Fenwick is ready to retire
11/30/2020 8:30am

Former Cal State Northridge and L.A. Valley College football coach Jim Fenwick is retiring following a prolific 46-year career.

How Rachel Buehler Van Hollebeke went from the USWNT to the frontlines of COVID-19
11/30/2020 8:00am

Since retiring from the U.S. Womens National Team, Rachel Buehler Van Hollebeke has gone from the soccer pitch to the ICU as a doctor fighting COVID-19.

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