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  • Lakers' Wesley Johnson is 'fine' after playing small ball

    Lakers' Wesley Johnson is 'fine' after playing small ball
    Wesley Johnson swears he's OK. He laughs when told he survived the NBA equivalent of back-to-back car accidents. The slender Johnson just ended a two-day trek through burly land, guarding brawny Pacers power forward David West on Tuesday and the...
  • Xavier Henry to play tuneup game Thursday with D-Fenders

    Xavier Henry to play tuneup game Thursday with D-Fenders
    Xavier Henry has yet to suit up for the Lakers in 2014, felled by a knee injury in a loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Dec. 29. On Thursday, Henry will make an appearance with the D-Fenders in one of the final stages of his recovery from a bone bruise...
  • Kendall Marshall is in a funk, just like rest of Lakers

    Kendall Marshall is in a funk, just like rest of Lakers
    INDIANAPOLIS¬†— Count Kendall Marshall among those dragged down by the Lakers' woes. He was a surprisingly successful pick-up from the NBA's Development League, churning out double-digit assists almost immediately when signed in December. Now,...
  • Former Lakers forward Shawne Williams joins D-Fenders

    Former Lakers forward Shawne Williams joins D-Fenders
    The Lakers waived Shawne Williams on Jan. 7, after he played in 32 games for the team, averaging 5.2 points and 4.5 rebounds a night. On Monday, the D-Fenders announced they had acquired Williams via a waiver claim. The D-Fenders, the Lakers' NBA...
  • From a distance, they look pretty good

    From a distance, they look pretty good
    Like a perfectly functioning carburetor on an engine that's otherwise shot, there is one part of the Lakers that continues to hum: their three-point shooting. Kendall Marshall and Jordan Farmar both ranked among the top six in the NBA in three-point...
  • Lakers' Steve Nash says he wants to return next season

    Lakers' Steve Nash says he wants to return next season
    PORTLAND, Ore. — There was a gust of certainty Monday, a rarity in one of the most uneasy seasons in Lakers history. Steve Nash clearly wants to return next season. "I want to come back for sure," he said Monday. It's a longshot he'll even...
  • Lakers sign Manny Harris to second 10-day contract

    Lakers sign Manny Harris to second 10-day contract
    The Lakers have signed guard Manny Harris to a second 10-day contract, the team announced Sunday. Harris was recently called up from the NBA Development League, where he played for the Lakers' affiliate (D-Fenders). Through five games with the Lakers,...
  • New Laker Kendall Marshall just happy to be here

    New Laker Kendall Marshall just happy to be here
    Mike D'Antoni has spent most of this season blending together a bunch of young first-round draft picks whose best days seemingly were behind them. Now he has another reclamation project. Desperate for help at point guard, the Lakers signed Kendall...
  • Lakers' losing streak ends with victory over Utah Jazz, 110-99

    Lakers' losing streak ends with victory over Utah Jazz, 110-99
    Lakers 110 - Utah Jazz 99 (end of regulation) The Lakers held off a late Utah rally to defeat the Jazz, 110-99, ending a six-game losing streak. Kendall Marshall had a career night, notching his first career double-double with career marks in points...
  • Clippers' DeAndre Jordan, Reggie Bullock injured against Cavaliers

    Clippers' DeAndre Jordan, Reggie Bullock injured against Cavaliers
    CLEVELAND — Clippers center DeAndre Jordan suffered a strained right arch in the fourth quarter and rookie small forward Reggie Bullock suffered a sprained left ankle in the fourth. Neither returned to the game the Clippers lost, 88-82, to the...
  • Lakers improve free-throwing, with Xavier Henry leading the way

    Lakers improve free-throwing, with Xavier Henry leading the way
    The Lakers lost Dwight Howard, but then their free-throw shooting improved drastically. Actually, no. They were 28th in the NBA in free-throw accuracy as of last week, almost as bad as last season despite no longer employing the charity-stripe-...