It’s Saturday, and you know what that means? It’s time for a quick look at your LA sports teams and how you can watch them live this weekend.
Los Angeles Dodgers
Denver native Kyle Freeland made his big-league debut for the Rockies on Friday taking the 2-1 win over the Dodgers. In what looks to be a disturbing trend for the Dodgers, they once again struggled against a lefty pitcher in Freeland. Dodger starter Hyun-Jin Ryu had a solid outing striking out five and holding Colorado to two runs in 4-1/2 innings.
Los Angeles Angels
Solid defense combined with just enough offense gave the Angels the 5-1 win in their home opener in game one on Friday. Today’s matchup is right-hander Ricky Nolasco for the Angels against Mariner righty Felix Herandez.
The series concludes on Sunday at 12:30 pm on Fox Sports West and AM 830.
Los Angeles Clippers
With only three games left in the season, the Clippers are one game behind the Utah Jazz for the fourth seed in the West. Tonight’s game is an important one for LA, as it will affect whether or not they have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.
It’s also important for their confidence level heading into the postseason. Tonight, they need to stay focused the whole game and have a strong showing on defense.
For the Spurs, this game means absolutely nothing.
Los Angeles Lakers
With these two teams at the bottom of the Western Conference, this game couldn’t be less important. I guess you can watch if you want to catch reigning Rookie of the Year Karl-Anthony Towns. Otherwise, I’m not sure what I can say to persuade you to tune into this one.
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Los Angeles Kings
The Kings are out of the playoffs and the Blackhawks have already clinched the top spot in the Central Division. But after falling to the Ducks on Thursday, Chicago is surely looking to regroup with a solid performance to head into the playoffs with some confidence.
Probably the most significant thing about today’s game is that it will be the final home game of legendary Kings’ broadcaster Bob Miller. He will finish up his Hall of Fame career on Sunday when the Kings travel across town to take on the Ducks in Anaheim for the regular season finale.
The game is at 5:30 pm on Fox Sports West and Prime Network. You can listen to it live on AM 790.
There you have it. There are a few good viewing choices for you this weekend but if we’re being really honest here, we’re all watching the Masters, right?