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Mike Brown (basketball)

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  • Feel the passion, Lakers fans, as the moral victories pile up

    Feel the passion, Lakers fans, as the moral victories pile up
    I came to Staples Center on Friday night pretty darn excited, the Lakers coming off two incredible moral victories and Magic Johnson and Jim Buss full of good cheer. Happy days are here again. Or, as Buss put it in a radio interview, "How can you not...
  • Pau Gasol shows his versatility in Laker win over Portland

    Pau Gasol shows his versatility in Laker win over Portland
    After he swished the three-point shot that gave the Lakers a 20-point lead over the Portland Trail Blazers late in the second quarter of what would become a 104-87 thrashing, Pau Gasol pumped his fist and floated to the bench on the sound of roars from...
  • It's time for Pau Gasol to assert himself

    It's time for Pau Gasol to assert himself
    If Pau Gasol's feelings were hurt a year ago when the Lakers tried to trade him to the Hornets for Chris Paul, his subpar performance last season is easier to understand. But when trade rumors were revived around midseason, Gasol should have been fired...
  • Mike D'Antoni isn't the one to flip the switch for the Lakers

    Mike D'Antoni isn't the one to flip the switch for the Lakers
    Kobe Bryant said things aren't working and it's time for a change. Coach Mike D'Antoni decided the Lakers didn't need to practice Tuesday. Dear Phil… The dysfunctional Lakers stayed overnight after Monday's loss in Chicago, because who...
  • Turnaround is wishful thinking for Lakers

    Turnaround is wishful thinking for Lakers
    Shaq was wearing a Dodgers sweatshirt at the Clippers game, enough blue cloth there to double as a Dodger Stadium infield tarp, and he was shaking hands with Manager Don Mattingly. "That's a billboard on him," said Mattingly, who apparently didn't...
  • NCAA sure knows how to ruin a party

    NCAA sure knows how to ruin a party
    They opened the shiny, new Pauley Pavilion Friday night amid pomp and less-than-desired circumstance. The first game in the $136-million redo of outdated Pauley was preceded by loud music, speeches, floodlights, laser beams and fancy graphics on a big...
  • Kobe Bryant triple-doubles down on new Lakers era

    Kobe Bryant triple-doubles down on new Lakers era
    Kobe Bryant considered it no big deal Sunday that his 22-point, 11-rebound, 11-assist performance against the Houston Rockets was his 18th triple-double, a feat that didn't inspire much more from him than a small smile. And maybe in one sense he was...
  • Mike D'Antoni's Lakers are very quick — to fall behind

    Mike D'Antoni's Lakers are very quick — to fall behind
    NEW YORK — How bad is it? I see Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni having lunch Thursday with Jack McCallum, who wrote about his time with D'Antoni in Phoenix in a book: ":07 Seconds or Less." And I'm asking D'Antoni if he's already working on a sequel:...
  • In the list of great Lakers accomplishments, this isn't one of them

    In the list of great Lakers accomplishments, this isn't one of them
    Yay? One of the most hyped teams in NBA history fell exhaustedly into the playoffs Wednesday. Appropriately, it happened with only three hours left in the season. Fittingly, it was clinched when they were just standing around. Ten minutes before the...
  • Boys' basketball: Mater Dei shows ability in scrimmage performance

     
    Gary McKnight, the winningest basketball coach in state history, has some new helpers this season at Santa Ana Mater Dei. His son, Clay, has joined him as an assistant coach. So has former NBA player Michael Cage, whose son, Michael......
  • Boys' basketball: El Camino Real serves notice with win over Mater Dei

     
    Stanley Johnson was away playing for the U17 national team, but that doesn't take away from El Camino Real's accomplishment on Thursday night knocking off Santa Ana Mater Dei, 74-62, in a quarterfinal game of the Fairfax tournament. Elijah Brown......