Ramona Shelburne

ESPN Los Angeles

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Columnist with ESPN Los Angeles; former sports columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News

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Options for watching professional sports are limited during this holiday weekend.

NBA prepares for ‘bubble season’ while MLB starts spring training in summer

Options for watching professional sports are limited during this holiday weekend.

from Greater LA

There’s a lot of excitement about the Lakers and the Clippers, who are facing off tonight at the Staples Center.

NBA season starts with Lakers versus Clippers

There’s a lot of excitement about the Lakers and the Clippers, who are facing off tonight at the Staples Center.

from Greater LA

The LA Lakers are suffering all kinds of internal turmoil in addition to not having made the playoffs since 2013.

Why are the Lakers performing so poorly, despite all their money and a new coach?

The LA Lakers are suffering all kinds of internal turmoil in addition to not having made the playoffs since 2013.

from Greater LA

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