Sport Hardly anyone showed up to watch XFL game in Los Angeles

23:45  16 february  2020
23:45  16 february  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Trae Young hits absurd circus shot over the backboard

  Trae Young hits absurd circus shot over the backboard Young continues to put on a show as he does something spectacular seemingly every night.Just minutes into the game against the Dallas Mavericks, the second-year guard did the unthinkable. When the defender used his size to force him out of bounds, Young flung up a shot from behind the backboard and watched it drop in for the bucket.

Hardly anyone showed up to watch the Jets and Dolphins play. Where are the #Jets fans? And that begs an important question: Is this really a fourth preseason game in disguise? R.J. White has his finger on the pulse of Todd Gurley and the Los Angeles Rams.

The XFL discourages political gestures by players during games such as, for example, taking a knee as the chief marketing and strategy officer and special adviser for the Los Angeles Chargers.[28]. result in the ball moving up to the 1-yard line, while a second defensive penalty on any play, even in

It looks like the Los Angeles Chargers aren’t the only pro football team struggling to put butts in seats. Check out the scene before the XFL's Los Angeles Wildcats hosted the Dallas Renegades Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park.

a close up of a helmet: The XFL's Los Angeles Wildcats did not draw a big crowd for their first home game.© Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports The XFL's Los Angeles Wildcats did not draw a big crowd for their first home game.

While those were images and video from before the game began, the scene wasn’t too much better at kickoff, with well over half of the seats at the small stadium still empty.

It’s not the first XFL game to feature a less-than-packed house, either. Early television ratings were strong, however, and one wonders if the rising ticket prices in Week 2 had something to do with the scene in Los Angeles.

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a group of men playing a game of football: Seattle Dragons running back Kenneth Farrow (20) picks up a first down during the first half against the Tampa Bay Vipers at CenturyLink Field.

Leonard scores 30, Clippers beat 76ers to win 4th straight .
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kawhi Leonard scored 30 points, Paul George added 24 and the Los Angeles Clippers extended their winning streak to four with a 136-130 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday. Reserves Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams also had 24 points. The Clippers — who shot 59.2% from the field — trailed by two at halftime but took control in the third quarter, outscoring the Sixers 38-24. The game was tied at 89 before Los Angeles went on an 18-5 run. Leonard scored 11 points in the period and George had eight.Harrell's dunk with 8:37 remaining in the game gave the Clippers a 117-103 lead.

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