Take Two

Sports Roundup: Baseball, Doc Rivers, Aaron Hernandez and more

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New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was taken from his home in handcuffs Wednesday morning. (Photo: Aaron Hernandez #81 of the New England Patriots misses a catch against the Baltimore Ravens during the 2013 AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium on January 20, 2013 in Foxboro, Massachusetts).

Time for our weekly romp through sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky, brothers who have covered sports for the L.A. Times and ESPN.

The NBA finals have ended, the Chicago Blackhawks are hockey's champions and now we turn our attention to baseball.

Despite the large budgets of the Dodgers and Angeles, neither team has a winning record. What do these teams need to change, and if they don't, is a personel change looming?

Today, the Clippers announce former head coach of the Boston Celtics, Doc Rivers, as their new head coach. After a disappointing first-round exit from the playoffs, what does this mean for the Clippers' future in Los Angeles?

In a strange turn of events, Massachusetts police arrested New England Patriots' tight end Aaron Hernandez. Shortly afterward, the Patriots released Hernandez. Is there any truth to the rumors that Tim Tebow may be getting a look at tight end?

It's day three at Wimbleton, and the women's bracket it drawing most of the attention.

Why does women's tennis consistently outshine men's tennis? And what do players like Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova need to do to stay on top?

In April, NBA center Jason Collins became the first openly gay player in a major sport. Today, the Supreme Court made a landmark decision in favor of gay rights. What does this ruling mean for gay players in professional sports?


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