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  • Mavericks owner Mark Cuban proclaims Dallas has enough size and depth to beat the Lakers

     
    A slate of games in mid-January already seemed to be interesting, with the Lakers playing three games against Oklahoma City, Dallas and Denver in highly contested post-season preview match-ups. Well, the ante went up just a bit. Speaking with reporters,...
  • Reader comments: Hated opponents who would make fine Lakers

     
    On Thursday we asked, "Can you think of any particular players that you strongly dislike as opponents but would love to have on the Lakers?" Here's a sampling of what you all came up with: "Everyone, and I mean Everyone seems to act up when they play...
  • Actor Rondell Sheridan takes a look at Lakers-Celtics Game 5

     
    The latest in an ongoing series covering the NBA Finals with actor/comedian Rondell Sheridan. Jose Salviati: Rondell, before Game 5 there was talk of sending Bynum back to L.A. to get ready for Games 6 and maybe 7. You think......
  • Readers weigh in on what they would do if they were Mitch Kupchak for a day

     
    Below the jump are the best answers on what they would do if they were Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak for a day. "Mitch is the best man for the job, and I believe that whatever he does will be the best decision. I always hear a lot people saying “...
  • Dennis Miller to Steve Nash: How about we bus illegal immigrants up to Canada?

     
    Dennis Miller had a unique offer for Phoenix Suns point guard and Canadian citizen Steve Nash on the topic of Arizona's immigration law....
  • UCLA-bound Holiday soars to new heights

    UCLA-bound Holiday soars to new heights
    Standing at the entrance to the gymnasium at North Hollywood Campbell Hall and wearing a Disneyland hat with the name "Grumpy" emblazoned on its front, a smiling and playful Jrue Holiday hardly fit the profile of an All-American high school basketball...
  • Bryant tears a ligament, will pass on surgery

    Bryant tears a ligament, will pass on surgery
    Kobe Bryant has a torn ligament in his right pinkie but has decided not to have surgery that would sideline him for six weeks, the Lakers said Thursday. Bryant initially hurt his finger Feb. 5 in a game against New Jersey. The injury was originally...
  • Lakers, Clippers stand pat

    Lakers, Clippers stand pat
    The NBA's trading deadline passed today without the Lakers or Clippers making any last-minute moves. There was speculation that Clippers point guard Sam Cassell, 38, and in the final year of his contract, would be swapped to a playoff contender, but he...
  • Kobe saves Lakers with a fabulous 52

    Kobe saves Lakers with a fabulous 52
    Kobe Bryant couldn't make a free throw. Lamar Odom couldn't find the basket. Erick Dampier, of all people, looked like an All-Star against the Lakers. Then it happened, as it sometimes does around here: Bryant tossed his teammates on his back and made...
  • Lakers find their way back to the top

    Lakers find their way back to the top
    DALLAS -- Depending on the chat room of choice, the banter around the office, or even the perspective from the local coffeehouse barista, the Lakers were supposed to return from their rapidly disintegrating trip anywhere from fifth to seventh in the...
  • This track is not completely meter made

    Call it the "Incredible Shrinking Track." In a blunder of major proportions, a new track at Contreras High in downtown Los Angeles measures out at 390 meters -- 10 meters short of its designed length. Runners who thought their 400-meter times were...