Morning Wrap: Anthony Davis was clutch and Lakers have chance to go up 3-0

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ONE: While the Lakers try to go up 3-0 in the Western Conference finals against the Denver Nuggets tonight, they’re still basking over Anthony Davis’ game winner in Game 2, and his place in Lakers lore. The Lakers take on the Nuggets at 6 p.m.

TWO: Did you watch Bryson DeChambeau destroy Winged Foot and power his way to the U.S. Open? Golf purists may not like it, but don’t blame DeChambeau, writes columnist Mark Whicker.

What DeChambeau said: “I was an average driver and then I put on those 20 to 25 pounds. It wasn’t because of the clubs. It was because of me.”

As DeChambeau heats up, golf’s purists should chill out

THREE: The Rams are 2-0, but are banged up with injuries to running backs Cam Akers and Malcolm Brown. Find out what their status is heading to Sunday’s game in Buffalo.

FOUR: Young quarterback Justin Herbert looked good in his debut Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but was it good enough to replace Tyrod Taylor when healthy? Find out.

FIVE: The Dodgers are a week away from starting the playoffs and Corey Seager is feeling strong again and ready to go.

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