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Last Night's Scores 'n' News - Everyone Wins

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Dodgers: Nomar signs for two more years with the Blue Crew

Lakers: Andrew Bynum had a double-double against Big Ben, Lamar Odom also had a double squared and the team cruised to an 82-72 win over Da Bulls and improved to 7-3.

Clippers Even after playing pretty crappy for most of the game, the Clipshow went into OT versus the Chris Webber-less 76ers and pulled it out 103-97, and are now 6-2.

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Angels: Justin Speier was given a four-year contract to be a set-up man in the stocked Halos bullpen

Ducks: Chris Kunitz pulled off his first NHL hat trick in a 6-4 win over Phoenix where Teemu Selanne racked up five assists. Ducks are now 14-2-5.

Trojans: Despite their loss to #1 Ohio State, Michigan holds on to a slim lead in the BCS over #3 USC with two games left to play.

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