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Daily Breeze
Daily Breeze

21250 Hawthorne Blvd 170
Torrance, CA 90503   Directions

(310) 540-5511

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KCBS-TV 2 - CBS
KCBS-TV 2 - CBS

4200 Radford Ave
Los Angeles, CA 91604   Directions

(818) 655-2000

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Report: Rams, Chargers To Both Be Featured On HBO’s ‘Hard Knocks’
04/07/2020 7:31am

According to a report, the two L.A. franchises could be sharing the spotlight in their training camps, if they happen.

Rams’ Aaron Donald, Chargers’ Eric Weddle Make NFL All-Decade Team
04/06/2020 12:52pm

The 28-year-old Donald was one of only eight players who were unanimous selections, which included the likes of Tom Brady, Adrian Peterson and J.J. Watt.

WrestleMania 36 Delivers; Drew McIntyre Captures WWE Championship
04/06/2020 11:02am

This years WrestleMania, staged without a live audience, saw 10 titles defended with five changing hands over two nights that WWE fans wont soon forget.

Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant Headlines 2020 Basketball Hall Of Fame Inductees
04/04/2020 4:55pm

In February, eight finalists were announced for the honor, and the selection committee chose them all.

‘It’s Like A Modern Day Sparta, They Train These Kids Up To Be Fighters’: Alzo Slade On Showtime’s ‘Vice’ & Wrestling In Russia
04/03/2020 4:02pm

The VICE correspondent explains why Russia has become a hot bed for top flight wrestlers and mixed martial artists.

KNBC-TV 4 - NBC
KNBC-TV 4 - NBC

100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608   Directions

(818) 684-4444

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Brockers Pleased to Rejoin Rams After Ravens Deal Fell Through
04/08/2020 3:30am

Michael Brockers began his first trip into free agency with uncertainty and excitement about what might be next in an eight-year NFL career spent entirely with the Los Angeles Rams.The stalwart defensive tackle ended up grateful for the bizarre twist that sent him back to the Rams after all.For about 10 days last month, Brockers thought he was joining the Super Bowl-contending Baltimore Ravens on a lucrative three-year contract. But the Ravens couldnt assuage their concerns about his left ankle because of travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The worries led Baltimore to change its contract offer and ultimately led Brockers to re-sign with the Rams, who had no such concerns about a player they know well.Ultimately, I guess the Ravens just took their contract back, Brockers said in his first public comments on the saga. They were worried about the past injuries and what the ankle looked like on the MRI. So from there, the revised contract that they did offer, it was a lot of insecurity. I wasnt secure in the contract, so when the opportunity to go to the Rams came back, it was like heaven. I always wanted to be back with the Rams. Always wanted to stay here.Brockers and the Ravens medical personnel couldnt travel to get a comprehensive examination of his ankle, which was badly sprained in the Rams regular season finale. He underwent exams near his offseason home in Houston, but the Ravens got cold feet about what they saw.It was all fine and dandy until the physical, Brockers said. Getting an outsourced physical for a team where their doctors dont really get to look at you, dont get to put you through some tests that might skew different images that they might have gotten.Brockers and his wife had already moved out of their leased home near the Rams training complex as they resigned themselves to leaving Los Angeles, where they had lived for four years since the Rams relocation. The Rams are under severe salary cap constraints that forced them to part with several key veterans during the offseason, including starters Cory Littleton and Dante Fowler along with key role players Nickell Robey-Coleman and Marqui Christian.But the Rams highly valued Brockers, who has started alongside Aaron Donald on the defensive line for Donalds entire six-year career. Their partnership has been an ideal fit for both men, with Donald racking up his jaw-dropping numbers while Brockers largely does the dirty work on the line.Thats my brother, Brockers said. What weve built over these six years has been special. For me to sit back and tell my kids that I played with one of the greatest three-techs pass-rushing interior defensive linemen that ever played football is going to be awesome.Donald expressed his disappointment on social media when Brockers agreed to a deal with Baltimore. The two-time AP Defensive Player of the Year was all smiles and jokes online when Brockers found his way back.Aaron finally was talking to me again once we got Michael back, coach Sean McVay said. He was a little upset with me, I think, for a couple of days.The Rams already made plans to replace Brockers after they thought they had lost him. Los Angeles signed defensive tackle AShawn Robinson away from Detroit as a free agent, believing the four-year NFL veteran could fill much the same role on its defensive line.But Los Angeles also paid close attention to Brockers and the Ravens, even after news of the initial deal came out through Brockers agent.We knew early in the game that there might be an issue with Baltimore and Michael and his physical, Rams general manager Les Snead said. At that point, I identified him as a bonus baby. Not that Michaels a baby. But long story short, there was a bonus baby out there. Michael has meant a lot to us here with the Rams, and we felt like, OK, is there a way that we can actually bring him back And now were better off on the defensive line than when we started.With Baltimore behind him, Brockers realizes hes in rarefied company with the chance to play a full decade for just one NFL team. He is the longest-tenured player on Los Angeles defense, and only long snapper Jake McQuaide has spent more seasons with the team among the active Rams.Were the 1 of the 1 of the 1, Brockers said. So for me, man, this is a blessing. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance, so Im enjoying it as I go through it.

NBA Players Could Refund Millions to Owners, Sources Say
04/08/2020 1:26am

National Basketball Association owners could get some financial relief in the form of returned pay in any compensation deal with players, according to multiple people with knowledge of the situation.In an hour-long call on Tuesday afternoon, executives at the National Basketball Players Association NBPA, the players union, cleared up misinformation and told agents that any compensation deal constructed by the NBPA and league owners will include refunds on all NBA contracts.The repayments will hit hardest for players who receive their paychecks on a six-month cycle, who receive more money per pay cycle but dont get checks during the off-season.Agents usually prefer 12-month payment plans to protect players from over-spending, and to keep them from struggling once the season ends and paychecks stop rolling in. It will also hit hard for some players who received advance payments on their contracts.Teams often use advances to lure free agent players to sign deals sooner, at times offering full or partial payment of contracts upfront.According to the people, who asked to remain anonymous because the call was confidential, NBPA executive director Michelle Roberts offered no road map as to how owners will want to recover funds, but warned agents returns would be solicited should the league cancel the remainder of its games due to the coronavirus pandemic.According to the people, players under contracts that run past the current season could be partly spared, as owners could decide to recoup funds over the life of deals. But upcoming free agents who havent completed the last year of contracts could be forced to write checks to NBA owners if they got advances.Last month, New York Times reporter Marc Stein reported players who received advances include Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant scheduled to earn roughly$37 million this season and Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin $34 million.He also said nine of super agent Rich Pauls clients atKlutch Sports Groupare on six-month pay cycles.According to the collective bargaining agreement between the players and the league, the NBA is already allowed to retain roughly 1 of players paychecks for each canceled game via force majeure that it, an unforeseeable event like a natural disaster or pandemic. ESPN reported the NBA and playersdiscussed a plan to withholdremaining salaries and place funds in a league escrow if games are canceled.One NBA agent who spoke to CNBC about the issue on condition of remaining anonymous believes the league may try to halt 50 of players remaining pay until the completion of the leagues 2019-20 accounting, which is expected in early July. Agents will also feel the trickle-down effect of players losing pay, as they will not receive commissions tied to contracts.Oklahoma City Thunder star Chris Paul, who is president of the NBPA, told CNBC on Tuesday players communicate as best we can to stay afloat to league discussions involving compensation.Were aware, Paul said. As long as we have the conversations about it and try to make sure that guys are prepared as possible, I think well be fine.The NBA become the first league to suspend its season last month due to the coronavirus pandemic. The move triggered other pro sports leagues to follow.NBA commissioner Adam Silver said decisions about any return is still weeks away, but with this possible repayment clause included as part to any revised compensation deal, the regular-season portion of the NBA could be over.The NBA and NBPA did not return calls seeking comment.This story first appeared on CNBC.com. More from CNBC:New York coronavirus deaths jumped by 731 Monday, the biggest daily increase, Gov. Cuomo saysNew Jersey closes most public parks, extends emergency order as deaths surgeTheres a lot of anxiety as small businesses worry the loan money will run outThis story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

KTTV-TV 11 - FOX
KTTV-TV 11 - FOX

1999 S Bundy Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90025   Directions

(310) 584-2000

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Los Angeles Daily News
Los Angeles Daily News

21860 Burbank Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91367   Directions

(818) 713-3000

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Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times

202 W 1st St
Los Angeles, CA 90012   Directions

(213) 237-5000

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Column: QB duels, shooting stars and spring sensations highlighted prep sports
04/08/2020 8:00am

From quarterback duels to boys and girls basketball stars to spring sensations, a look at the 2019-20 high school sports highlights.

This day in sports: Tiger Woods wins a fourth consecutive major
04/08/2020 7:00am

A look at what happened April 8 in sports history.

Granderson: Justin Turner talks coronavirus relief, his 'Tiger King' tweet and quarantine baseball
04/07/2020 10:39pm

The Dodgers Justin Turner shares his thoughts on his viral Tiger King tweet and how he feels about the latest idea to save the MLB season.

NBA 2K Players Tournament to resume Thursday with quarterfinals
04/07/2020 8:36pm

The quarterfinal round of the leagues players-only NBA 2K video-game tournament will resume Thursday with quarterfinals that were originally set for Tuesday.

Plan to launch MLB season in a coronavirus-free Arizona bubble isn't airtight
04/07/2020 8:25pm

Would bringing back MLB amid the coronavirus crisis be a morale boost for a quarantined nation or an audacious grab of medical resources Or both

Press-Telegram (Long Beach)
Press-Telegram (Long Beach)

727 Pine Ave
Long Beach, CA 90844   Directions

(562) 435-1161

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