Archive for February, 2018

Rockets’ fast start dooms Clippers in 105-92 loss

There really was no need for the Clippers and Houston Rockets to engage in any follow-up shenanigans from a previous beef because both teams had too much at stake Wednesday night.

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NBA roundup: Warriors pull away in the third, quiet Beal to win in Washington

A day after taking schoolkids to a museum instead of visiting President Donald Trump at the White House, the Golden State Warriors won for the seventh time in eight games by beating the Washington Wizards 109-101 as Kevin Durant scored 32 points, Stephen Curry added 25, and Klay Thompson limited…

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NBA roundup: Warriors pull away in the third, quiet Beal to win in Washington

A day after taking schoolkids to a museum instead of visiting President Donald Trump at the White House, the Golden State Warriors won for the seventh time in eight games by beating the Washington Wizards 109-101 as Kevin Durant scored 32 points, Stephen Curry added 25, and Klay Thompson limited…

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Lakers agree to buyout with Corey Brewer, who hopes to land with playoff team

Veteran Corey Brewer agreed to a buyout Wednesday and flew back to Los Angeles to await his next step.

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Lakers agree to buyout with Corey Brewer, who hopes to land with playoff team

Veteran Corey Brewer agreed to a buyout Wednesday and flew back to Los Angeles to await his next step. “I loved my time with the Lakers,” Brewer said by phone as he boarded his flight

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Sage Hill boys’ tennis wins season opener at Santa Margarita

The Sage Hill School boys’ tennis team began its season Wednesday with virtually the same lineup as last year, even if the Adam was different.

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Sage Hill boys’ tennis wins season opener at Santa Margarita

The Sage Hill School boys’ tennis team began its season Wednesday with virtually the same lineup as last year, even if the Adam was different. The Lightning lost one starter, senior No. 1 singles player Adam Langevin, to graduation

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Montecito is warned to evacuate ahead of storm, and jittery residents are ready to go

Still reeling from the deadly deluge that struck their coastal town almost two months ago, Montecito residents aren’t taking any chances this time around.

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Montecito is warned to evacuate ahead of storm, and jittery residents are ready to go

Still reeling from the deadly deluge that struck their coastal town almost two months ago, Montecito residents aren’t taking any chances this time around. Healy Young, with her clothes and important possessions packed, booked a two-day hotel stay in downtown Santa Barbara. John Beck can’t take…

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College basketball roundup: No. 3 Xavier beats Providence 84-74 for first Big East title

Trevon Bluiett scored 23 points in his final game at the Cintas Center, and No. 3 Xavier never trailed while beating Providence 84-74 on Wednesday night, clinching at least a share of its first Big East championship. The Musketeers (26-4, 14-3) can win it outright by beating DePaul on Saturday..

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