3:25 AM ET LOS ANGELES — LeBron James said his brief stint in the NBA’s health and safety protocols left him feeling “confused,” “frustrated” and “angry” after his first game back in the Lakers’ 119-115 loss to the LA Clippers on Friday night. James missed the Lakers’ game against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday after
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6:33 AM ET Associated Press NASSAU, Bahamas — The tanned, stubbled face behind the dark sunglasses and a black T-shirt underneath a white bib made Ryan Smith look the part of a PGA Tour caddie in the Hero World Challenge. Looping for Tony Finau is a break from his day job, and Smith only missed
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1:53 AM ET LAS VEGAS — Oregon coach Mario Cristobal confirmed the school has approached him with an enhanced contract but also acknowledged other programs likely will pursue him in the coming days. The Miami Herald and several other media outlets reported Friday that Miami is poised to make a push for Cristobal, a former
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12:47 AM ET Sergio Pettis was losing just about every second of the fight until deep into the fourth round. Kyoji Horiguchi was faster, stronger, showed better wrestling and was winning the striking battle. Pettis had absolutely no answers. Until he did. Pettis crushed Horiguchi with a spinning-backfist knockout at 3 minutes, 24 seconds of
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11:28 PM ET Associated Press Darlene Hard, an aggressive serve-and-volley player who won three major singles titles and 18 major doubles titles in a Hall of Fame tennis career, has died. She was 85. She died Thursday at Northridge Hospital in the Los Angeles area after a brief illness, according to Mona Cravens, director of
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1:04 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. — Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said Friday that he believes the NFL needs to take a closer look at other teams after two of his players — Antonio Brown and Mike Edwards — and one former player, John Franklin III, were found to have provided fake vaccination cards. “We’ve done
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