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Young signed with the Lakers last summer as a free agent, taking a minimum contract. While the Lakers haven't released the terms of his contract, it's believed he'll make a significant jump from the $1.1 million he earned a year ago. Through 64
Now that the draft is over, the Los Angeles Lakers are working fast to make sure their roster is everything it can possibly be next season. Their plan includes keeping forward Ryan Kelly. The team has http://www.latimes.com/
New bus services are using data from user's smartphones to predict where riders are, and where they want to go. They aim to get commuters to their destinations faster, and more comfortably, than public transportation can for just a few dollars more.
A Santa Barbara beach has been closed and warning signs posted after at least seven people reported seeing a great white shark. TV (http://bit.ly/1hIybIG ) says Leadbetter Beach was shut down for at least 24 hours after the shark was spotted inside
FBI Special Agent in Charge David Johnson, talks about the arrest of Ryan Kelly Chamberlain II, during a news conference outside the federal building as San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr, right, looks on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, in San Francisco.
Lakers forward Ryan Kelly received consideration, but not enough votes to make the NBA's all-rookie first or second teams. Voted on by a panel of 125 sportswriters and broadcasters, Philadelphia 76ers guard Michael Carter-Williams was the only
New year, similar story for Alabama's offensive line. The Crimson Tide heads into the 2014 season with two open spots along the line. Anthony Steen's graduation and Cyrus Kouandjio's early departure for the NFL have left vacancies at right guard and
The Lakers aren't going anywhere this season, and Ryan Kelly might not be either...A late second-round pick out of Duke in last year's draft, the 6-foot-11 power forward wasn't even assured of making the Lakers' roster. The rookie didn't have a full
Ryan Kelly stopped walking down the hallway at Staples Center during a recent chat, a look of concern spreading across his face. He took several quick, long steps and knocked on some wood paneling...He felt the need to make sure it remained a
A lot has been made about the contrasting styles of SEC and Big 12 offenses, but Alabama coach Nick Saban doesn't see many differences. Saban feels the leagues are more similar than people think, especially from the Oklahoma perspective. "I think