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Plaschke: Sports world forced to go dark because of the coronavirus
Now it’s infected our games. Now it’s hit home. Sports’ immune system has completely shut down because of the coronavirus.
2020-03-12 07:46:14
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Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg diagnosed with cold after leaving game early for hospital
Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg left Wednesday's opening-round loss in the Big Ten tournament early and was taken to the hospital.
2020-03-12 06:57:42
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Dodgers defeat Brewers in rain-shortened spring game
The Dodgers defeated the Brewers 4-1 in a Cactus League game that began with a delay and was called off with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning after heavy rainfall returned.
2020-03-12 06:28:00
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USC quarterbacks on the mend as spring practices takeoff
If there's a quarterback competition to be had at USC, it will likely be led by Kedon Slovis and JT Daniels, who are both coming back from injuries.
2020-03-12 06:09:46
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Dodgers' Mookie Betts back in action after brief bout with food poisoning
Mookie Betts wasn't too worried when he became ill at the end of last week. While the country was dealing with the growing COVID-19 outbreak, he was dealing with food poisoning.
2020-03-12 05:28:34
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Dodgers officials unsure how to approach the impending season because of coronavirus
As the country and sports world confronted the fast spreading of COVID-19, Dodgers officials Wednesday said the organization remained unsure how it will proceed with its season.
2020-03-12 05:21:50
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LAUSD bans spectators from sporting events amid coronavirus concerns
Effective immediately, LAUSD teams will ban fans from competitions; CIF to decide on state basketball tournament
2020-03-12 04:28:28
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NBA suspends season: Sports world reacts on social media
The Twitter world reacts to the NBA season being suspended indefinitely after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for coronavirus.
2020-03-12 04:22:24
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Angels' Shohei Ohtani tries to kick-start his path to Joe Maddon's .300 vision
Angels manager Joe Maddon believes Shohei Ohtani can bat .300, and the Japanese two-way star has re-integrated a leg kick to help get him there.
2020-03-12 03:53:54
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Prep baseball roundup: Travis Connelly pitches San Pedro past Palisades 3-1
Harvard-Westlake, SO Notre Dame, St. Francis win Mission League games
2020-03-12 03:43:05
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NBA suspends season indefinitely over coronavirus pandemic
The NBA on Wednesday moved to suspended the season indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-03-12 03:40:19
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Utah Jazz-Oklahoma City Thunder game postponed before NBA suspends season
The starting lineups were announced, and it appeared the game was ready to start and then the game was stopped.
2020-03-12 03:38:35
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Pac-12 men's basketball tournament will proceed without fans starting Thursday
Pac-12 officials made the announcement that no fans would be allowed to attend games after similar mandates were made by the Big Ten and Big 12 conferences.
2020-03-12 03:23:50
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UCLA's gymnastics and women's basketball teams will have to adjust to home games without fans
The UCLA women's basketball and gymnastics teams will perform in an empty Pauley Pavilion after moves made by the school and the NCAA to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
2020-03-12 03:02:48
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Complete coverage: Coronavirus makes major impact on sports across the world
Stories examining the impact the spread of the coronavirus has had on the NBA, NHL, MLB, the NCAA tournament and the rest of the sports world.
2020-03-12 03:02:35
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Warriors fans prepare for 'bizarre' home game with empty arena
Golden State is set to become the first NBA team to play a game without fans in the arena, leading to what one fan calls a "bizarre" situation.
2020-03-12 03:01:43
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San Jose Sharks to play games without fans
The San Jose Sharks will play their next three home games at SAP Center as scheduled, but those games will be closed to the general public.
2020-03-12 02:44:35
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Kings agree to terms with former first-round pick Alex Turcotte
The Kings locked up a cornerstone piece of their future Wednesday by agreeing to terms with former first-round draft pick Alex Turcotte on a three-year entry level contract.
2020-03-12 02:30:50
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Lakers focus on dealing with Rockets' small-ball lineup
Even as the Lakers prepared to face the small-ball-playing Houston Rockets on Thursday, there was no getting away from talking about the coronavirus.
2020-03-12 02:26:32
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Jim Pendleton, City Section champion football coach at L.A. High, dies at 90
Jim Pendleton won City title as football coach at L.A. High in 1965 and later coached at Pierce College
2020-03-12 01:54:59
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Metrics? USC looks to solidify a trip to the NCAA tournament with victories
An extended run through the Pac-12 tournament would certainly help ease the tension for both USC and UCLA. But a loss Thursday could put their fate in the hands of the numbers.
2020-03-12 01:34:59
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Joakim Noah continues to prepare for duty with Clippers
It has been a year since Joakim Noah appeared in an NBA game, but Clippers coach Doc Rivers says the veteran "doesn't need minutes" as he gets into game shape.
2020-03-12 01:24:03
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USC coach Andy Enfield knows fan atmosphere in NCAA tournament will be missed
USC coach Andy Enfield knows the importance of fans' roles in events such as the NCAA tournament, which will be absent this year due to NCAA precaution on the coronavirus.
2020-03-12 01:19:07
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Big West tournament will have a different feel to it
UC Irvine is the top seed heading into the Big West tournament and will meet Long Beach State in the quarterfinals, but the environment will have a different feel.
2020-03-12 00:52:58
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UCLA's Jalen Hill and Cody Riley find redemption after regrettable China incident
UCLA's Jalen Hill and Cody Riley were involved in a shoplifting incident in China in 2017 that created international headlines. Three years later, they've found redemption.
2020-03-12 00:26:30
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NCAA tournament will be played without fans over coronavirus concerns
The NCAA has decided to hold the men's and women's basketball championships without fans because of concerns over the coronavirus.
2020-03-11 23:06:49
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Moving MLB games to another city because of coronavirus makes no sense, health experts say
Experts frown on plans by the Seattle Mariners and San Francisco Giants to play games at alternate locations rather than at their home stadiums with no fans.
2020-03-11 22:49:48
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World figure skating championships canceled because of coronavirus concerns
The world figure skating championships, which were to be held in Montreal from March 16 through March 22, have been canceled because of concerns generated by the coronavirus outbreak.
2020-03-11 22:35:23
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How the coronavirus is affecting sports leagues and events
A look at how sports leagues, including the NFL, MLB, MLS, NBA and NHL, are responding to the coronavirus outbreak.
2020-03-11 22:15:56
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Warriors to become first NBA team to play with no fans present
The Golden State Warriors will be the first NBA team to play home games in an empty arena, as ordered by San Francisco Mayor London Breed.
2020-03-11 21:01:40
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