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1. Cowboys edge Raiders by slimmest of margins08:45[−]

Dallas kept its playoff hopes alive by the slimmest of margins after Dak Prescott converted a fourth-down sneak by the width of an index card to set up Dan Bailey's go-ahead 19-yard field goal, and Derek Carr fumbled the ball inches from the goal line with 31 seconds left to give the Cowboys a...

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2. College basketball: No.7 North Carolina rallies for win at No. 20 Tennessee08:10[−]

Carolina passed the kind of road challenge it wanted to face before starting Atlantic Coast Conference competition.

Kenny Williams sank a go-ahead 3-pointer with 35 seconds left as the seventh-ranked Tar Heels rallied past No. 20 Tennessee 78-73 Sunday.

This was the first game North Carolina (10-1)...

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3. USC's offense runs through Jordan McLaughlin in 98-87 victory over UC Santa Barbara07:50[−]

It was as if basketballs needed to touch Jordan McLaughlin’s generous hands before they could pass through Galen Center’s nets. The senior guard had two hands in half of USC’s converted field goals Sunday.

His 19 assists in the Trojans’ 98-87 win over UC Santa Barbara broke by three the university’s...

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4. Ducks prepare for road game against New Jersey Devils07:40[−]



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Update: The Ducks’ overtime woes continued with a 3-2 defeat to the Washington Capitals on Saturday, and they remain winless in four such games (they’re 2-4 in contests that extend to a shootout). Hampus Lindholm returned...

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5. The Times' boys' basketball rankings07:25[−]

A look at the top 25 high school boys' basketball teams in the Southland:

Rk. School (W-L) Next opponent (last week’s ranking)

1. BISHOP MONTGOMERY (7-0) at Mission Prep tournament (1)

2. MATER DEI (5-0) at City of Palms tournament (2)

3. WESTCHESTER (7-1) at Tarkanian Classic 3)


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6. NBA: LeBron James’ triple-double sparks the Cavaliers07:20[−]

LeBron James had 20 points, 15 assists and 12 rebounds to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers past the Washington Wizards 106-99 on Sunday night for their 18th victory in 19 games.

James had his fourth triple-double in the last five games despite being called for four fouls in the final quarter. Kevin...

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7. Rams defense looks impressive against Russell Wilson and Seahawks07:20[−]

After capitalizing on nearly every opportunity, the Rams defense didn’t want to miss a final one.

As the clock ticked toward the two-minute warning Sunday, players gathered on the sideline and posed for a photo to commemorate a performance they won’t soon forget.

The Rams shut down Seattle Seahawks...

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8. Todd Gurley runs wild as Rams make statement by delivering beatdown at Seattle06:25[−]

The rout already was in progress, the statement well on its way to being made.

So when Rams running back Todd Gurley took a handoff late in the first half against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, it was a chance to not only run for another touchdown, but also to do it in style.

Gurley blazed 57...

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9. Changing of the guard begins in NFC West with Rams' blowout win over Seahawks06:15[−]

There came a point Sunday when this showdown of NFC contenders was no longer Rams versus Seahawks.

It was Rams vs. Record Books.

“They beat us pretty good today,” quarterback Russell Wilson said after the 42-7 Rams victory. “They scored in every fashion you can imagine.”

Todd Gurley turned in a...

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10. Chargers try to regroup after disappointing loss to Chiefs04:15[−]

Inside the visiting locker room at Arrowhead Stadium, wadded-up athletic tape covered chunks of the floor, a reminder of how the Chargers’ hopes were unraveling.

Before Saturday night, players had a clear vision of how this season was going to go, a triumph in resiliency. From winless to AFC West...

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11. Pharoh Cooper's big returns unlock Rams' offense in rout of Seahawks03:50[−]

Pharoh Cooper showed Sunday why fans made him a leading vote-getter as a return specialist for the Pro Bowl.

Cooper returned a punt 53 yards and consistently gave the offense superior field position in the Rams’ 42-7 victory over the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. He averaged 18.3 yards...

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12. John Stevens returns to Philadelphia, where his coaching career began03:45[−]

It’s become almost tradition for John Stevens and Paul Holmgren to get together here, an annual meeting of hockey lifers.

Every summer, Stevens and Holmgren have breakfast at the Jersey Shore. Only about four miles on the waterway separate them — Stevens in Sea Isle City and Holmgren in Avalon....

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13. Kobe Bryant returns to Staples Center for jersey retirement, but he never really left03:20[−]

Toward the end of Kobe Bryant’s career, Rob Pelinka decided he had to save Bryant from himself, and, well, save himself from Bryant.

So he pulled out a copy of the NBA’s collective bargaining agreement and scoured the uniform player contract for language that would keep Bryant from jumping out...

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14. Clippers' Milos Teodosic is eager to play more minutes02:40[−]

The Clippers are starting to learn that Milos Teodosic can deliver in the game’s most tense moments.

They are beginning to see that Teodosic is willing to step into the void when the game hangs in the balance.

On a night when his shot betrayed him through the first three quarters, Teodosic refused...

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15. Soccer star Kaka announces retirement00:55[−]

Former Ballon d'Or winner Kaka says he is retiring from soccer at age 35.

Kaka, who played for Brazil, AC Milan and Real Madrid, told Brazil's Globo TV on Sunday that “my last word is that the cycle of my career as a player ends here.”

“I needed time to think and take a decision calmly,” Kaka said....

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16. Mater Dei makes statement as California's top team and best ever for coach Bruce Rollinson00:05[−]

Amid temperatures that Southern California kids would label as freezing but Michigan kids might view as slightly cool, Santa Ana Mater Dei players celebrated being the No. 1 football team in California, if not the nation, after completing a 15-0 season on Saturday night at Sacramento State.


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17. Five takeaways from the Clippers' 90-85 loss to the Miami HeatВс., 17 дек.[−]

Five things we learned during the Clippers’ 90-85 loss to the Miami Heat on Saturday:

1. Nearly lost in the tough Clippers defeat to the Miami Heat was another double-double by DeAndre Jordan. Jordan collected 20 rebounds and added 12 points. He had eight offensive rebounds, which gave the Clippers...

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18. Golf: Justin Rose wins easily in IndonesiaВс., 17 дек.[−]

Justin Rose played 30 holes on Sunday in the weather-delayed Indonesian Masters, closing for a final-round 10-under 62 and an eight-stroke victory at Royale Jakarta Golf Club.

The Englishman was 10-under after 13 holes in the final round and looking like he could achieve a 59, but bogeyed the par-4...

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19. What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 overtime loss to the New York IslandersВс., 17 дек.[−]

The Kings are stuck in a New York state of grinding their gears.

They got the start they wanted, only to give it up. They made a play on a penalty kill, only to have it turn into a goal.

They ultimately got one point in a 4-3 overtime loss to the New York Islanders at Barclays Center on Saturday,...

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20. NFL Week 15 live: Rams crush Russell Wilson, Seahawks 42-7Вс., 17 дек.[−]

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21. Ask Farmer: What are centers saying at the line of scrimmage?Вс., 17 дек.[−]

Have a question about the NFL? Ask Times NFL writer Sam Farmer, and he will answer as many as he can online and in the Sunday editions of the newspaper throughout the season. Email questions to: sam.farmer@latimes.com

What are centers saying and doing as they call out, pointing and waving at the...

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22. Mater Dei leaves no doubt, wins Open Division title in rout of De La SalleВс., 17 дек.[−]

Bruce Rollinson, the football coach at Santa Ana Mater Dei since 1989, was joking about what would happen on the bus ride home from Sacramento on Saturday night if his team’s 14-game win streak came to an end against Concord De La Salle in the CIF state championship Open Division bowl game.


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23. Crenshaw intercepts pass in the end zone with no time left to secure first state bowl titleВс., 17 дек.[−]

Star receiver Rayshawn Williams got most of the headlines for Crenshaw this fall, but it was his brother, Joseph, who made the biggest play of the season. He intercepted a pass in the end zone with no time remaining to seal the Cougars’ first CIF state bowl championship with a dramatic 46-43 victory...

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24. Chargers cornerback Casey Hayward fell victim to Tyreek Hill's signature celebrationВс., 17 дек.[−]

Casey Hayward is actually a fan of Tyreek Hill’s touchdown celebration, in which the Kansas City Chiefs receiver, while burning an opponent for a long scoring play, flashes a peace sign over his shoulder, as if to say “peace-out” to the defense, on the way to the end zone.

“It’s kind of legit,”...

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25. Camellia Bowl: Middle Tennessee tops Arkansas State 35-30Вс., 17 дек.[−]

Brent Stockstill passed for 232 yards and two touchdowns and Middle Tennessee came up with some key stops to hold off Arkansas State 35-30 in the Camellia Bowl on Saturday night.

The Blue Raiders (7-6) ran out most of the final five minutes with a series of short passes from Stockstill after losing...

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