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Lil Wayne got a visit from Chris Paul during his recent stay in L.A. hospitalSACRAMENTO, Calif. — Before he was released from Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, Lil Wayne got a visit from an NBA player who regards the rap star as a "big brother." "I just went to make sure my friend was good," the Los Angeles ClipShare Tweet
Weeks, Aramis, Halton homer to back PeraltaRickie Weeks, Aramis Ramirez and Sean Halton homered and Ramirez drove in three runs to support a solid Wily Peralta start, and the Brewers beat the Angels, 6-1, on Tuesday at Maryvale Baseball Park.Share TweetThe Miami Heat have gotten an awful lot of publicity here and elsewhere of late, and understandably so; this is the kind of thing that tends to happen when you win 23 straight games and look for all the world like a legitimate threat to the 1971-72 Los …Share Tweet
Clippers sign Wayns to second 10-day dealnba.com Mar 19, 2013The Los Angeles Clippers have signed guard Maalik Wayns to a second 10-day contract.Share TweetFrom the "only in Spring Training" department, the Angels and Brewers briefly played Tuesday without a home plate umpire after Seth Buckminster was injured in the top of the first inning.Share TweetRecovering Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke will throw to hitters Wednesday for the first time in nearly three weeks. Greinke last pitched in a game March 1, going three innings. He's battled elbow soreness since then, as well as a bout with the flu.Share Tweet
Gordon sprains left ankle, held out of workoutsDodgers shortstop Dee Gordon, who said he was fine after an awkward home-plate slide on Monday, wasn't so fine on Tuesday. Gordon has a left ankle sprain and he was held out of workouts.Share Tweet
Create-a-Caption: ‘Oh, I can’t even bear to look’I don't blame you, Steve Nash. Not only did your Los Angeles Lakers get absolutely hammered in the fourth quarter by the lowly and lottery-bound Phoenix Suns - outscored 28-10 after shooting just 4 for 21 from the floor (that's 19 percent, if you're scoShare Tweet
Beat The Streak: The Heat still have to win 10 more games before t…The Heat still have to win 10 more games before tying the 1971-72 Lakers' legendary winning streak, but Ben Golliver argues that Miami has the forgiving schedule to pull it off.Share Tweet
Dodgers trainers help Los Angeles Times columnist T.J. Simers after strokeAs a sports columnist for the Los Angeles Times, T.J. Simers fears little, if anything. He treats most of his subjects with a heavy dose of circumspection and sarcasm, and several of them with contempt. He can be brutal at times. A lot of people don't l…Share TweetBOSTON -- It can't be emphasized enough how much the Miami Heat have grown over their three years together. They've won 23 games in a row, of course, which leaves them trailing no one apart from the 1971-72 Lakers and their record of 33 straight. But mo…Share TweetMiami's record-setting 105-103 win in Boston would not have been possible had the two teams not found inspiration in the NBA's most-heated rivalry, writes Ian Thomsen.Share TweetESPN.com Mar 19, 2013Luis Scola scored all 14 of his points in the fourth quarter Monday night and the Phoenix Suns pulled away for a 99-76 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers, who were without Kobe Bryant for the second straight night.Share Tweet
Miami Withstands Jeff Green, Continues To Rolldeadspin.com Mar 19, 2013The Heat won Monday night for the 23rd straight time, leaving only the 71-72 Lakers with a longer streak at 33.Read more...Share Tweet
Better Dunk: Jordan Or LeBron?Mar 19First Take debates which was the dunk of the year, DeAndre Jordan's vicious dunk over Brandon Knight or LeBron James' alley-oop over Jason Terry.
Kings Rally Past ClippersMar 19The Kings get 62 points from their bench and finish off the Clippers 116-101
Dominican Republic Wins World Baseball ClassicMar 19The Dominican Republic jumped out early and kept Puerto Rico at bay to take the World Baseball Classic.
Ump Calls Pitches Behind Mound In Spring GameMar 19Tim McClelland umps from behind the mound.