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January 3, 2010
USC up next AT STANFORD Wednesday, 7 p.m., Maples Pavilion: Stanford (6-7) dropped its Pacific 10 Conference opener Saturday at California, 92-66. The Cardinal is led by senior guard/forward Landry Fields, one of the Pac-10's leading scorers (23.2) and rebounders (9.1). USC has won four of its last six against Stanford; the teams split two games each of the last two seasons. -- Baxter Holmes
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February 17, 2012 | By Austin Knoblauch
It looks like that conversation Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro had with free agent J.R. Smith didn't go that great after all. Smith tweeted Friday that he's joining the New York Knicks, no doubt spurred on by the Knicks' current seven-game winning streak and Jeremy Lin's sudden rise to budding NBA star. Smith, who was being courted by several NBA teams, including the Clippers and Lakers, tweeted , "New York it is!" even though the Knicks say that no deal is in place.
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January 28, 2012 | By Ben Bolch
CHICAGO AT MIAMI: 12:30 p.m. PST Sunday. TV: Channel 7. Eight months after these teams met in the Eastern Conference finals, not much has changed. The Bulls still have the better record, and the Heat still possesses the swagger of a team that expects everyone to quiver in its presence. Miami became whole again Friday when Dwyane Wade returned against the New York Knicks after sitting out six games because of a sprained ankle. Judging from his dunk over Landry Fields, Wade is already back to top form.
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January 28, 2012 | By Ben Bolch
CHICAGO AT MIAMI: 12:30 p.m. PST Sunday. TV: Channel 7. Eight months after these teams met in the Eastern Conference finals, not much has changed. The Bulls still have the better record, and the Heat still possesses the swagger of a team that expects everyone to quiver in its presence. Miami became whole again Friday when Dwyane Wade returned against the New York Knicks after sitting out six games because of a sprained ankle. Judging from his dunk over Landry Fields, Wade is already back to top form.
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February 17, 2012 | By Austin Knoblauch
It looks like that conversation Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro had with free agent J.R. Smith didn't go that great after all. Smith tweeted Friday that he's joining the New York Knicks, no doubt spurred on by the Knicks' current seven-game winning streak and Jeremy Lin's sudden rise to budding NBA star. Smith, who was being courted by several NBA teams, including the Clippers and Lakers, tweeted , "New York it is!" even though the Knicks say that no deal is in place.
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January 9, 2010 | By David Wharton
The season has brought no shortage of challenges for UCLA point guard Jerime Anderson . The sophomore has endured a stubborn groin injury, uneven play and, this week, getting benched. On Friday, Coach Ben Howland said, Anderson missed practice because of symptoms suggesting he has a case of strep throat. So the Bruins go into this afternoon's game at Stanford uncertain about whether they'll have Anderson -- who is taking antibiotics -- as a reserve off the bench. "Hopefully he'll be feeling up for [playing]
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February 5, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA has a pretty good place among the Pacific 10 Conference's muddled masses . . . first. Of course, first place includes 40% of the conference, with two other teams lurking one game back. But the Bruins walked away from Pauley Pavilion after surviving against Stanford, 77-73, with their fourth victory in five games. "We're just a good team," freshman Tyler Honeycutt said. That may be enough to be dominant in the Pac-10 this season. Trouble is, everyone else can claim that as well.
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January 28, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer
Each weekday morning, Coach Russ May arrives shortly after 7 at Los Alamitos High to find Landry Fields waiting at his classroom door. Fields picks up the gym key so he can practice shooting for half an hour before his first-period Spanish class. Because school rules don't allow May to give Fields a copy of the key, other alternatives are under consideration to appease Fields' appetite for practice. "We're going to set up a cot for him," May said.
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March 1, 2006
BOYS' BASKETBALL * Landry Fields, Los Alamitos: Scored 31 points in a 74-66 victory over Redlands East Valley in a semifinal of the Southern Section Division I-AA playoffs. BOYS' SOCCER * Aaron Galvan, Arcadia: Scored a goal in the 99th minute of a 1-0 victory over Corona in the semifinals of the Division III playoffs. * For scores and highlights: www.latimes.com/preps
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January 7, 2010
UCLA up next AT STANFORD Saturday, 3 p.m., Maples Pavilion, Prime. The Bruins finish their trip to the Bay Area with a game against an opponent that, much like them, is trying to hang around the .500 mark. Senior swingman Landry Fields, a Long Beach native, leads the Cardinal with 23.2 points per game. -- David Wharton
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February 6, 2010
USC today VS. STANFORD When: 4:30. Where: Galen Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830. Records: USC 13-9 overall, 5-5 Pacific 10 Conference; Stanford 10-12, 4-6. Update: USC is a game out of first place in the bumper-to-bumper Pac-10 standings after beating California on Thursday. Stanford is two games back, and features two of the league's top five scorers in Landry Fields (22.9 points a game) and Jeremy Green (18 points a game)
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February 5, 2010 | By Chris Foster
UCLA has a pretty good place among the Pacific 10 Conference's muddled masses . . . first. Of course, first place includes 40% of the conference, with two other teams lurking one game back. But the Bruins walked away from Pauley Pavilion after surviving against Stanford, 77-73, with their fourth victory in five games. "We're just a good team," freshman Tyler Honeycutt said. That may be enough to be dominant in the Pac-10 this season. Trouble is, everyone else can claim that as well.
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January 9, 2010 | By David Wharton
The season has brought no shortage of challenges for UCLA point guard Jerime Anderson . The sophomore has endured a stubborn groin injury, uneven play and, this week, getting benched. On Friday, Coach Ben Howland said, Anderson missed practice because of symptoms suggesting he has a case of strep throat. So the Bruins go into this afternoon's game at Stanford uncertain about whether they'll have Anderson -- who is taking antibiotics -- as a reserve off the bench. "Hopefully he'll be feeling up for [playing]
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January 28, 2005 | Eric Sondheimer
Each weekday morning, Coach Russ May arrives shortly after 7 at Los Alamitos High to find Landry Fields waiting at his classroom door. Fields picks up the gym key so he can practice shooting for half an hour before his first-period Spanish class. Because school rules don't allow May to give Fields a copy of the key, other alternatives are under consideration to appease Fields' appetite for practice. "We're going to set up a cot for him," May said.
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