The Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Lakers are both champions in 2020. The last time that happened was 1988. Yes, the good times are rolling in L.A. and it appears like the Rams are looking to ensure that the party continues.
But what about the Kings?
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SI’s latest cover pays tribute to the Dodgers, and does so with a very interesting headline.
SI Limited Edition Cover: The Dodgers are World Series Champs 🏆
As legacies go, writes Tom Verducci, what Clayton Kershaw had failed to do started to define him almost as much as his actual body of work. No longer https://t.co/YxqtXk37ib pic.twitter.com/iPE8oYJqag
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 28, 2020
— Eric (@Holy_Toffoli) October 28, 2020
A little bit confusing. Not sure Kings was the headline to go with.
The Los Angeles Kings (The Hockey Team) missed the playoffs this past season, and ended up with a 29-35-6 record.
So yea, it’s all on the Rams now for the Triple Crown.