Los Angeles Teams

Harrell rejects Wright twice on same possession (0:18)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers, unsurprisingly, have been aggressive in pushing their outfielders, specifically Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, who would free up money, but don't feel pressure to get something done at the Winter Meetings. Said Dave Roberts: "It's a luxury when you're in a situation where you have a lot of good players already on your 40-man roster that you don't need to chase a certain player, overpay."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Dodgers tidbits from today: the team is comfortable with a combination of Kiké Hernandez, Chris Taylor and Max Muncy at 2B; Kenta Maeda comes in as a starter and Julio Urias will have an innings limit; the goal, Dave Roberts said, is for Cody Bellinger to get back to being an everyday player.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Chase Utley, recently retired, is here with the Dodgers in Vegas, but has not officially been hired to the front office. Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman said Utley, LA based, is "really curious" and the team is "optimistic we'll figure it out."

McVay: "It's a Humbling League."

J.B. Long sitdown with Rams head coach Sean McVay as they discuss the Sunday night loss to the Chicago Bears. Coach McVay gives credit to the Bears and discusses what he learned from the loss. They also discuss the play of pass rusher Dante Fowler and gear up for the defending Super Bowl Champs Eagles this weekend.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers said Lou Williams' hamstring injury could take a few weeks to heal. "My guess, two weeks," Rivers said. "I don't know. Honestly. They said it was not a bad hamstring but I have never heard of a good one. I think when you hurt those things, those are really tough injuries."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers says he guesses Lou Williams' hamstring injury could take two to three weeks to recover. Rivers said he was told it's not a "bad" hamstring injury but he adds there's no good hamstring injuries either.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he is "very hopeful" that Clayton Kershaw can regain some velocity after sitting in the low 90s this past season. Kershaw is determined to this winter.

Chargers don't rule out Gordon vs. Chiefs (0:43)
Stephen A.: 'LeBron is a champion because of Dwyane Wade' (2:06)
McMenamin: LeBron was never joining Knicks (1:49)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers QB Philip Rivers on his team's nine-game losing streak to the Chiefs: "It depends on where you start the streak. If we go way back, it's not, so we can make the stats say whatever we want. So we kick off on Thursday, and we'll see what happens on Thursday."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams have placed RB Malcolm Brown and CB Dominique Hatfield on the injured reserve, the team announced Tuesday. Rookie OLB Trevon Young, a sixth-round pick from Louisville, was promoted to the active roster. Brown underwent a procedure to reset his clavicle after suffering an injury in Week 13 against the Lions. Hatfield, a mainstay on special teams, will undergo surgery to repair an ankle injury suffered Sunday in a loss against the Bears.

LeBron sheds villain label (0:51)

The Right Time: Mahomes, Wade-Bron, Bulls' fiasco

Bomani shares his thoughts on why we need to appreciate the "fun-ness" that is Patrick Mahomes (0:36), the friendship that changed the face of the NBA in LeBron-Wade (16:54) as well as the controversy engulfing the Chicago Bulls (26:55). Plus, a fresh round of IYHH (44:36) and we share the results of The Right Time show survey (55:32).