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LAst Night's Action: Lakers Retire Shaq's 34

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San Francisco Giants defeat LA Dodgers 3-0.
Lakers defeat Dallas Mavericks 101-81.
Phoenix Coyotes defeat LA Kings 3-1.

Legendary Numbers The Lakers retired Shaquille O'Neal's No. 34 jersey during halftime of their game against the Mavericks.

Radio Korea The Dodgers announced an partnership with Radio Korea AM 1580 just in time for Ryu Hyun-Jin's Major League debut. Radio Korea will broadcast 60 regular season games.

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Kings Moves With the NHL trade deadline set for tomorrow at Noon PT, the Kings got to working. They traded for Buffalo Sabres defenseman Robyn Regehr on Monday, sending second-round draft picks in 2014 and 2015 in exchange. Regehr is from Brazil, the hot bed of hockey in the world. Kings also traded defenseman Davis Drewiske to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick this year. Dustin Penner goes on the injured reserve list for what is deemed a "lower body injury."

UCLA Hire UCLA formally presented Steve Alford as their new future former head coach of their men's basketball team. Here's the press conference in case you missed it. It should be noted that Alford got into the Sweet Sixteen only once: not with Iowa, not with New Mexico but with Southwest Missouri State back in 1999.

USC Hire USC hired Florida Gulf Coast Univerisity head coach Andy Enfield.

Faboo! Let's take in the wonderousness that is Magic Johnson's son:

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