4/24 Morning Mighty: Chargers and Raiders overhaul Carson stadium design

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Chargers and Raiders overhaul design for potential L.A. stadium – L.A. Times
Almost exactly a month after first announcing plans to build a shared NFL stadium in Carson, the Chargers and the Raiders have redesigned the stadium to match the size and scale of the competing project in Inglewood.

Padres fall to Rockies, settle for series split – Padres.com
After winning the first two games of the series against the Rockies, the Padres dropped the final two and left slightly disappointed. They will hope to turn things around against the Dodgers tonight at Petco Park.

No Rivers talk between Chargers, Titans – UT San Diego
Despite weeks of rumor and speculation, and a press conference in which Chargers GM was unwilling to say whether or not he had discussed a trade of Philip Rivers with the Tennessee Titans, a team source tells Michael Gehlken that the two sides have not talked “at all”.

Can the Chargers Afford Carson On Their Own? – Bolts from the Blue
Looking through the financial plans for the proposed Carson NFL stadium, it appears that the Chargers need the Raiders as a second tenant much more than they had previously let on.

SDSU’s Shepard returns for senior year – UT San Diego
The Aztecs basketball team is ramping up for at least one more deep run in the NCAA Tournament for head coach Steve Fisher, and it starts with the return of their talented 6’8″ wingman.

Stephen Curry hits impossible 3 to send Warriors-Pelicans to overtime – SB Nation
One of the best comebacks in NBA history reached its peaked with a few seconds to go in the fourth quarter, when Steph Curry hit an unbelievable shot and eventually stole a win from the New Orleans Pelicans.

 
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