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Sports Roundup: NBA draft, LA Kings, Donald Sterling and more

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(L-R) Jordan Hill #27, Robert Sacre #50, Nick Young #0, Wesley Johnson #11 and MarShon Brooks #2 of the Los Angeles Lakers look on during a win over the New York Knicks at Staples Center on March 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images

It's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky. They've covered sports for ESPN and Los Angeles Times. 

The Lakers roll a seven, but for them it might not be a good thing. After having the worst record in franchise history the Lakers and Lakers fans were eagerly waiting to hear where they will wind up in the NBA's Draft lottery.

What does the lottery process mean for the Lakers? What are all of the Lakers options with the 7th pick? How will this affect their head coaching search?

Moving on to the story that keeps on giving, Clippers owner Donald Sterling. We heard earlier about how the NBA is starting the process to get rid of him, but we also were hearing about how NBA players were threatening to boycott if this isn't resolved by the start of next season. Will they follow through?

Now to the Kings who are in Chicago for game two of their series versus the Blackhawks. The Kings lost the series opener and they are facing arguably the best player and best goalie going in Jonathan Towes and Corey Crawford.  

Tiger Woods missed the Masters due to back injury. It looks like he's also going to miss the U.S. Open too. How's Tiger doing and is there any eta on a return?

Dick's Sporting Goods reports their shares have gone down in value by 15 percent lately, saying it has a lot to do with usually slow sales in golf and hunting products. I don't know about hunting, but could Tiger have something to do with the golf?

The Dodgers have had good luck signing Cuban baseball players, Yasiel Puig has been a big success, but apparently someone went Mike Tyson on their latest Cuban sensation. 

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