L.A. Times - Sports
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The Angels put on an offensive show in a 10-3 win over the Minnesota Twins on Friday at Angel Stadium.
The attorney for a man who accused Rams' Aaron Donald of assaulting him said he apologized Friday night.
Junior kSean Harry made a 25-yard field goal as time expired to give San Clemente a 10-7 victory over Mission Viejo to win the South Coast League title.
Nia Dennis' growth as a person during her UCLA gymnastics career once agains shined when three Bruins competed in the NCAA championships on Friday.
The Clippers worked their way out of an early 17-point deficit to the 76ers, yet despite 37 points from Paul George, fell short in Philadelphia.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says Cody Bellinger is dealing with a hairline fracture in his left fibula. He might miss "another week or two."
Rams players announced Friday that they would not participate in in-person voluntary offseason team activities.
Angels outfielder Justin Upton returned to the lineup after dealing with back stiffness that resulted from a bad sleeping experience.
Venice quarterback Sam Vaulton talks about why he decided to move from Tennessee to Los Angeles on "Friday Night Live."
Isaiah White, who played an important role in helping the USC men's basketball team reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament, is returning.
The Chargers players joined the movement Friday and released a statement that indicated many of them will not participate during voluntary in-person offseason workouts.
Former Angels executive Tim Mead is stepping down as president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in order to focus on his commitments to his family.