Top sports news for Nov 29, 2016

      LOS ANGELES TIMES | Sports   Tuesday, November 29, 2016  ___________________________________________________________    - Eric Dickerson says he will not go to Rams games as long as Jeff Fisher is the coach> ___________________________________________________________ LAKERS NOW - Surprisingly even Lakers gear up for tough four-game trip> - Five takeaways from the Lakers' 109-94 win over the Atlanta Hawks> - Dwight Howard on being booed by Lakers fans: 'I closed my ears'> ___________________________________________________________ DODGERS NOW - Dodgers Dugout: Ian Kinsler? Brian Dozier? Who is going to play second base?> - After $1 billion in player spending, Dodgers under MLB mandate to cut debt> - Former Dodgers star Shawn Green takes a swing as technology entrepreneur> ___________________________________________________________ FEATURED COLUMNISTS - Bill Plaschke Kenley Jansen's burden grows, and the Dodgers closer accepts it> - Sam Farmer With the NFL back in Los Angeles, Super Bowl can't be far behind—perhaps as soon as 2020> - Helene Elliott Jordan Wilimovsky has taken the long route -- marathon swimming -- to the Rio Olympics> - Chris Erskine Two fans beat Dodgers traffic by walking to the game – 22 miles from Sherman Oaks> ___________________________________________________________ SPORTS NOW - Colin Kaepernick on his pro-Castro comments: I'm not 'a supporter of the oppressive things that he did'> ___________________________________________________________ MORE SPORTS NOW - Robert Griffin III and his girlfriend say money was stolen from their car during Browns game> - Why were the Ravens allowed to run out the clock by intentionally holding the Bengals? [Video]> - Big Ten is a big pain for the College Football Playoff system> ___________________________________________________________ About this Communication: Unsubscribe from Sports" >> Update Your E-mail Preferences Privacy Policy View your User Profile Sign up for Los Angeles Times Newsletters Los Angeles Times, 202 West First Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90012 1-800-LA-TIMES