LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Lakers have repaid a loan of roughly $4.6 million from coronavirus business relief funds after learning the program had been depleted.
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Los Angeles Rams centre Brian Allen says he tested positive for COVID-19 three weeks ago.
Allen is the first active NFL player to acknowledge testing positive during the coronavirus pandemic.
The third-year pro is not hospitalized and is “feeling good,” according to a statement issued by the Rams last night only after Allen spoke to Fox Sports about his positive test.
MEXICO CITY—Nearly everything about this Monday night game felt foreign to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, from the gasp-inducing altitude of raucous Azteca Stadium to the struggles of their powerhouse offence.
Mahomes loved the experience, but didn't love how his offence played.
LAS VEGAS—Nikita Kucherov gratefully accepted the Hart Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award last night in recognition of his spectacular 128-point regular season in Tampa Bay.
He might even be able to enjoy the trophies someday, whenever the sting of the Lightning's first-round post-season loss has faded.
ANAHEIM, Calif.—No goalie had played more NHL games this season without a shutout than Connor Hellebuyck, who was beginning to wonder why he couldn't keep a clean sheet.
The Winnipeg netminder finally got it in an important win for the Jets' playoff chase.
FONTANA, Calif.—Kyle Busch was dominating yet another race when a speeding penalty on pit road dropped him to the middle of the pack at Auto Club Speedway.
Busch had to pass 17 cars in 73 laps on sizzling old asphalt to get his landmark 200th victory across NASCAR's three major series.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.—When the L.A. Rams' team bus rolled into their suburban training complex after a boisterous flight from New Orleans, the players and coaches were greeted by rowdy fans welcoming home the new NFC champions in the middle of the night.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.—Todd Gurley never had a true running partner during his first four regular seasons with the L.A. Rams.
The superstar running back took most of the carries and grinded out most of the tough yards while his back-ups played only sparingly.
LOS ANGELES—Even before the fourth lead change of the fourth quarter, well before the 1,001st yard of combined offence was tallied, the Kansas City Chiefs and the L.A. Rams already knew this was a classic.
LOS ANGELES—Serge Ibaka outscored the Lakers by himself in the first quarter and he didn't miss a shot until the third.
He beat L.A. inside and outside on the way to the biggest offensive game of his career.
Thanks to Ibaka's brilliance for the Toronto Raptors, Kawhi Leonard wasn't missed by anyone except the Lakers' fans who might have been hoping to entice him home.