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The Galaxy will face the Portland Timbers while LAFC will take on the Houston Dynamo in their opening matches of the MLS Is Back tournament on Monday.
Troubles with Major League Soccer's return continued with D.C. United and Toronto FC players testing positive amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A look at what happened in sports history July 12, including Mary Decker breaking the American record in the women's 1,500 meters in 1980.
Sparks star Nneka Ogwumike juggles her responsibilities as WNBA players union president while preparing for the season amid a pandemic and social unrest.
In three modified innings Friday, Jaime Barria gave up two hits and drew numerous swings and misses.
LeBron James is not worried about his health or concerned about the layoff. He has no fears his fight for social justice will get lost in the NBA title chase.
Clubhouse attendant Francisco Herrera, known as Chico, plays left field during the Dodgers' intrasquad games. And his teammates love it.
When the 60-game season unfolds at an unfamiliar rhythm, Albert Pujols' expertise should provide stability and guidance.
Coach Doc Rivers and star Lou Williams say Clippers are ready for the NBA restart after deciding to pursue a title and use their platform to call for social reforms.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said these extraordinary times led him and the players' union to ensure labor amity until Sept. 15, 2026.
Danny Green and Dwight Howard missed Lakers practice Saturday because of glitches in the coronavirus testing process, according to people who know of the situation.
Lakers All-Star forward LeBron James says he'll keep working on social reforms but putting a preapproved slogan on back of his jersey will not be one.
High schools are coming up with their own customized masks, mostly featuring their team's logos and school's emblems.
A horse died at Del Mar, the first such fatality of its summer season, when an unraced 3-year-old filly suffered a catastrophic injury after a workout Saturday.
UCLA women's soccer coach Amanda Cromwell has prepared her team for changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, so the Pac-12's scheduling move wasn't a shock.