Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn

Chargers take coach Anthony Lynn’s lead in playoff run

The last time the Los Angeles Chargers won a playoff football game was back in 2013 when the team knocked off Cincinnati in a Wild Card matchup. It’s been a long time coming for quarterback Philip Rivers, tight end Antonio Gates and the rest of the Chargers, for that matter. After beating the Baltimore Ravens […]

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LA now running a charge in AFC West

CARSON, CA-The Cleveland Browns came to StubHub Center in Carson looking for their first win of the season. They’re still looking for it. For the second time in their last three games, the Los Angeles Chargers defense was going eyeball-to-eyeball with a rookie quarterback. Against the Buffalo Bills, the Chargers made Nathan Peterman’s first career […]

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Utah closes Clippers’ postseason chapter

LOS ANGELES-Chris Paul needed help. He got very little. If there was one area of concern that stood out during the NBA first round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz, scoring points from anyone else but Paul, became an absolute task.     Already a man down with Blake Griffin out for the season, the Clippers […]

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Game 1 too much Jazz for Clippers

LOS ANGELES-Chris Paul was determined not to let the Los Angeles Clippers fall flat on their backs and lose the opening salvo of their first round playoff series against the Utah Jazz. He tried but he didn’t succeed. Paul scored nearly half of the Clippers’ 25 points in the fourth quarter, including lifting a floater […]

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Clippers searching for diet of wins

LOS ANGELES-That’s o-2. Coming off of NBA All-Star weekend, the Los Angeles Clippers had two big games looming in front of them: Golden State and San Antonio. It’s no secret that these two teams, statistically (and record-wise) are the top two honchos in the Western Conference. The Clippers had an opportunity to really gauge themselves […]

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All Jameis (Winston) does is win

SAN DIEGO-Jameis Winston doesn’t have the turbo skates that Michael Vick used to have. He just gets the job done. Winston is not the chiseled Statue of Liberty Superman that Cam Newton has become. He just wants to win. Winston doesn’t even have the skateboard, get-out-of-the pocket running ability of a Russell Wilson or Aaron […]

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On the brink: Trailblazers stall Clippers

LOS ANGELES-Life without Blake Griffin and Chris Paul wasn’t too kind to the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night. Nearly 40 points went out the window when both Griffin and Paul crashed and burned with season-ending injuries in Game 4 of the Clippers’ first round series against the Portland Trailblazers. Portland’s dynamic backcourt duo Damian […]

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Clippers all about that bench

LOS ANGELES-Focus. Defensive intensity. Execution. Those themes seem to resonate with the Los Angeles Clippers these days. For the first two games  of their first round Western Conference series against the Trailblazers, the Clippers have looked focused. They’ve played defense. They’ve executed the offensive strategy that coach Doc Rivers and his staff have drawn up. […]

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