Nothing like keeping a little drama along for the ride right to the very end. With two games left in the regular season, the San Diego Chargers may be trying to pull a rabbit out of a hat.
With back-to-back losses to the two top teams in the conference, the Chargers (8-6) now are essentially in must-win mode over the final two weekends of the season, which still does not guarantee San Diego a playoff spot when all is said and done.
After dropping a tough 23-14 loss this past Sunday evening to the AFC East-leading New England Patriots, the Chargers find themselves sitting at 8-4 with three games remaining in the regular season.
On the professional level, there is exciting jockeying for a handful of playoff spots in the respective conferences after the division winners have all but been established. For the San Diego Chargers, they find themselves right in that mix.
After a two-game span in five days that left them sitting at 5-3, the Bolts are hoping that their game two days after Halloween does not continue a frightful trend that appears to be emerging.
Matt Kemp hit a go-ahead home run leading off the eighth inning, lifting the Los Angeles Dodgers over the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 Saturday night and evening their NL Division Series at a game apiece.
Kazzie Hill drove for eight hours to Dodger Stadium from San Francisco Friday morning.
Live updates of game 1 of NLDS: Dodgers – Cardinals
Hyun-Jin Ryu has pitched three innings of a simulated game on the mound at Dodger Stadium.
Clippers coach Doc Rivers continued his emotional postseason following the team’s Game 5 loss by yelling at Thunder owner Clay Bennett, according to Yahoo Sports.
Businesses around Staples Center are bracing for a big weekend with four playoff games scheduled in as many days.
Russell Westbrook had a triple-double, MVP Kevin Durant fell one assist short and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Los Angeles Clippers 112-101 on Wednesday night to tie their Western Conference semifinal series at one win apiece.
Although the Anaheim Ducks are running short on chances to prove they’re more than just a regular-season power, they didn’t seem daunted before they headed out on a 30-mile road trip that could define their year.
NBA players strongly considered boycotting playoff games if Commissioner Adam Silver hadn’t ruled harshly against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
If ticket prices are any measure, the value of the Los Angeles Clipper franchise could be plummeting.