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Sports Roundup: Lakers lose again, Richie Incognito, and more

Los Angeles Lakers v Orlando Magic

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Glen Davis #11 of the Orlando Magic gaurds Pau Gasol #16 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the game at Amway Center on January 24, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.

The Lakers are historically bad, will a little Magic save the Sparks? And Richard Sherman shows off some hand/eye interpretation. That means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky, who have covered the sports scene for ESPN and the L.A. Times.

Tuesday night in Minnesota, the Purple and Gold nightmare continued as they lost their 7th straight game. On the night that the Lakers got Steve Nash and Steve Blake back, they lose Jodie Meeks and Jordan Hill with injuries and find out that Pau Gasol will miss even more time with injuries. 

Why does this team have so many injuries?

The Lakers are on pace to have the worst record in their 54-year history in Los Angeles. They also could wind up in last place in the Western Conference. Considering how dismal things have been would there be any dignity left if they could avoid last place?

In a few minutes, Magic Johnson is expected to announce that he along with his Dodgers partners will buy the WNBA Los Angeles Sparks. We catch up on the Sparks recent struggles and will Magic make a difference?

As we all know, the Seahawks destroyed the Broncos in the Super Bowl 43-8. It looked like Seattle's defense knew exactly what Peyton Manning was going to do before he did it?

Miami Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito's suspension was lifted yesterday. Brian remind us of what happened with him and teammate Jonathan Martin and where it'll all go from here? Which one of the two has a better chance of being with an NFL team next season?

The Winter Olympics opening ceremony isn't until Friday but tomorrow some events get started with qualifying runs like slopestyle. But that event just got a little less interesting. 


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