Lakers steamroll, show up Rockets for third straight win

Rockets center Christian Wood tries to shoot around Lakers forward Anthony Davis during Tuesday’s game in Houston. Davis blocked five shots in the Lakers’ 117-100 win. (Mark Mulligan/Houston Chronicle via AP) Lakers guard Dennis Schroder shoots as Rockets guard James Harden watches during the first half of Tuesday’s game in Houston. (Mark Mulligan/Houston Chronicle via AP) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Houston Rockets guard John Wall (1) drives on Los Angeles Lakers g...
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Bruins to retire number of NHL pioneer Willie O'Ree

BOSTON — More than 60 years after he broke the NHL’s color barrier, Willie O’Ree will soon add another milestone to his career. The...
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Commissioner Hardesty wants more carfree streets in downtown Portland

SW Harvey Milk at 13th back in July.(Photos: J. Maus/BikePortland) Commissioner Hardesty(Photo: City of Portland) City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty has been in charge of the Portland Bureau of Transportation for only about a week but she’s already got the ball rolling on a few priorities. Hardesty’s Policy Director Derek Bradley popped into the monthly meeting of the city’s Bicycle Advisory Committee Tuesday to share some of her “first blush thoughts” on goals for the bureau. The first ...
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Rams’ Sean McVay, Packers’ Matt LaFleur ‘battled’ – and both won

Sean McVay and Matt LaFleur have sweet memories of their year together with the Rams. The winning football. The friendship. The fun. The fights. They can laugh now about the times McVay, the Rams’ coach, and LaFleur,  the team’s offensive coordinator in those days, argued over the finer points of game plans. “You know, he and I never battled each other. Ha! Just kidding. Every day was a battle,” LaFleur said Tuesday in a video chat with reporters. “That’s what’s fun about this, though. You can c...
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L.A. Kings roster: Familiar faces anchor a team in transition

With plenty of distance between them and last season, the Kings take to the ice for the first time since March on Thursday night at Staples Center. As the 2020-21, er, 2021 season finally gets underway, here is a look at the Kings’ projected lineup in the early part of the season. FORWARDS Anze Kopitar The Kings’ franchise center and captain led the team in goals (21) and points (62) last season, despite the absence of a consistent producer on the wing. In a pivotal year for his career, he loo...
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Heather Knight, Alyssa Healy urge ICC to address inequalities in women's game

They call for targeted investment in the game around the world; addition of cricket to Olympics
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Justin Langer: Culture talk left Australia open to criticism after SCG scenes

The coached termed the reaction to Steven Smith as "ludicrous" and gave full backing to Tim Paine
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Uma Musume Determined to Push Forward

Perseverance and recovery are the focus of the second episode of Uma Musume‘s second season as ponygirl Tokai tries her best to stay positive despite her injury, with there also being a handful of emotional moments that will have horsegirl enthusiasts wondering just what is in store later on. Omake:
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USOPC request information from group seeking removal of USA Water Polo leadership

The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic ethics chief has requested information from a group of former Olympians and USA Water Polo board members demanding the removal of Chris Ramsey, USA Water Polo’s longtime CEO, and Michael Graff, the organization’s board chairman, according to three people familiar with the request. Holly Shick, the USOPC’s chief of ethics and compliance, has also requested information from USA Water Polo, the sport’s Irvine-based national governing body. The discussions between Shi...
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LA Police Commission approves facial recognition tech for LAPD detectives

The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday, Jan. 12, approved new rules for LAPD’s use of a controversial facial recognition technology that allows detectives to compare photos of crime suspects to millions of L.A. County inmate mugshots. The practice has drawn fierce opposition from civil rights activists and privacy advocates. The new policy places some restrictions on how detectives can use the system. They can only use the database to help them in criminal investigations, and when they nee...
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Democracy vs. unity? Local House members differ on why they support, or oppose, impeaching Trump

“Democracy.” Or, from those on the other side of the political aisle, “unity.” Those are the boil-it-down-to-a-word answers when local House members are asked why they favor or oppose impeaching short-timer President Donald Trump for his role in inciting insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. The unprecedented violence that on Jan. 6 led to five deaths and drove House members of both parties into hiding is sparking the equally unprecedented second impeachment of Trump. But the ideological split that ...
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How to receive short low spinny topspin serve

Hi, coach! How to receive short, very low and spinny serve which bounces to my forehand side and very close to the net? If it was higher, then I would easily receive it with FH flick. If it was longer, then I would easily receive it with FH topspin. Initially the serve is slow, but when it touches  my side of the table, the ball bounces very fast, changes trajectory, gets very low which makes hard to flick. I can't topspin it because it is very low, and close to the table. I can't do swing, id e...
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Nathan Lyon: Mohammed Siraj sets new standard for calling out abuse

Former Australia opener Ed Cowan believes the country has still not accepted it has a problem with racism
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Palmeiras into Libertadores final after VAR thwarts River

Sao Paulo (AFP) – Palmeiras held on to reach the Copa Libertadores final despite losing 2-0 to 10-man River Plate on Tuesday as the Argentines were twice denied by controversial VAR decisions. River dominated the... Visit for the rest of the story.
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How to Watch NFL 2021 Season Online

How to Watch NFL 2021 Season Online Live stream sports is the new norm of today. Like in online casino games, you can live stream all your favorite NFL games on the go or from the comfort of your home. Thanks to the latest modern technology
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Here are the bestsellers at Southern California’s independent bookstores

The SoCal Indie Bestseller List, as brought to you by IndieBound and CALIBA, for the sales week ended Sunday, Jan. 10. Based on reporting from the independent booksellers of Southern California, the California Independent Booksellers Alliance and IndieBound. For an independent bookstore near you, visit HARDCOVER FICTION 1. The Vanishing Half: Brit Bennett 2. The Midnight Library: Matt Haig 3. Ready Player Two: Ernest Cline 4. Mexican Gothic: Silvia Moreno-Garcia 5. Anxious Peop...
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Photos: UCLA School of Dentistry gives out dental hygiene kits during food giveaway

The line of masked people stretched from Tyrone Avenue on to Victory Boulevard for the weekly Central Lutheran Church Mobile Pantry LA Food Bank Food Distribution in Van Nuys on Monday, Jan. 11. During this edition of the food giveaway, those in line would also receive information on dental hygiene and dental kits from the UCLA Dental School. “Dental care is under accessed, especially by underserved communities, and we want them to know there are benefits and access for them,” said Dental Hygien...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 11,994 new cases and 288 new deaths as of Jan. 12

Los Angeles County reported 11,994 new cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, Jan. 12, bringing the total number of cases to 944,319 according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. The county reported 288 new fatalities linked to coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths to 12,674 since tracking began. Hospitalizations are on the decline. There were 16 more patients hospitalized by the virus as of Tuesday. The total number of patients in L.A. County hospitals is 7,926 with ...
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Cairngorms winter Bikepacking

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Sale of sick puppies ‘has got to stop,’ says Manhattan Beach woman who won a court case

A Manhattan Beach woman who unknowingly purchased a gravely ill puppy in an online deal consummated in a Chino parking lot has accomplished what has been a struggle for others who say their hearts were broken: She won a judgment against the seller. Sara Strizzi acknowledges, however, that it could be difficult to collect the $5,126.92 awarded to her by San Bernardino Superior Court Commissioner Daniel C. Lough. The seller who Strizzi sued said in an email that she plans to appeal the decision. S...
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Coronavirus vaccination plans begin to take shape in Southern California

Public health officials in Southern California are making a big push this week to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations and make the in-demand vaccines more widely available quickly. To counter the sluggish pace of vaccinations in the region, officials in Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange counties are in the process of setting up “supersites” or “superpods” — large, well-known venues such as Disneyland and Dodger Stadium — where mass vaccinations can take place, some as early as this week. In addition ...
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540 MILES || A Colorado Trail Bikepacking Documentary

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LAPD chief critical of ICE comments over undocumented man suspected in Pacoima killing

LAPD Chief Michel Moore defended his department’s decision on Tuesday in not handing over an undocumented man suspected of domestic violence to immigration authorities in September. The man, Herbert Nixon Flores, 46, went on to become the primary suspect in the killing his ex-girlfriend, Karen Ruiz, who was shot in front of their 3-year-old daughter in Pacoima last week. Police released video of the shooting, identifying the gunman as Flores. Over the weekend, Flores killed himself while being p...
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11 Training Tips For Your Next Bikepacking Ride Or Race @bikepackingcom

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Big West: Can Cal State Fullerton build off beating Long Beach State?

Sometimes all it takes is one noteworthy win to turn around a season. The Cal State Fullerton men’s basketball team might have secured one with its overtime victory over visiting Long Beach State on Saturday night. The Titans had come up short in an 82-80 loss to LBSU on Friday and found themselves trailing their rivals by 12 at halftime the following night before something clicked. They started the second half on a 19-0 run before prevailing in the extra period, 75-72. Fullerton is now 1-3 in B...
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LA city employees agree to delay pay raises – to stave off layoffs and furloughs

Los Angeles city officials and unions representing more than 18,000 city employees have struck a deal on Tuesday, Jan. 12, that would delay pay increases scheduled this year, to avoid layoffs and furloughs for the next five months. The city faces a $675 million shortfall, amid a recession brought on by closures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. In response, city leaders weighed deep cuts, including hundreds of layoffs. Tuesday’s agreement calls for postponing a pair of 2% raises sc...
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L.A city employees agree to delay pay raises – to stave off layoffs and furloughs

Los Angeles city officials and unions representing more than 18,000 city employees have struck a deal on Tuesday, Jan. 12, that would delay a pay increases scheduled this year, to avoid layoffs and furloughs for the next five months. The city faces a $675 million shortfall, amid a recession brought on by closures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. In response, city leaders weighed deep cuts, including hundreds of layoffs. Tuesday’s agreement calls for postponing a pair of 2% raises ...
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Nearly 200 cited for violating health order at L.A. underground parties

Deputies arrested 182 people at two underground parties in Los Angeles on Saturday on suspicion of violating health orders aimed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, officials said Tuesday, Jan. 12. The arrests are the latest by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Super-Spreader Taskforce, which since last month has cracked down on organized, pre-planned parties with hundreds of people attending. The two parties on Saturday were at commercial buildings, one in the 600 block of W. 61s...
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As LA County loses another 288 lives, push is on to amp up vaccine rollout

Los Angeles County residents 65 and older and people with severe health conditions could soon be able to get a coronavirus vaccine, state Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said Tuesday, Jan. 12, in response to a push from federal officials to pump up the volume and speed of inoculations. The news arrived as the county reported another 288 lives lost to coronavirus. As overtaxed local medical teams scrambled to keep pace with record COVID-19 caseloads and dwindling intensive-care...
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Alexander: For the Kings, the big picture is bright … if distant

Kings coach Todd McLellan had just finished answering a question on Tuesday’s daily Zoom briefing about the big picture, the progress the team might be showing going into his second season as head coach and Season Three of a rebuild. Then he was asked if the goal was a playoff spot, as his players have suggested, and if it would be a disappointment if the Kings weren’t playing meaningful games by the end of this 56-game sprint. “Well, I’m not even going to answer the second part, because we gott...
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