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MINNEAPOLIS — I came to this walk-in freezer hoping to get the best out of the Lakers because Coach Mike D'Antoni can't always get the job done. But I still liked his chances of winning this one. In fact, I was telling him before Friday night's...
HOUSTON — The season started with Steve Nash posing next to Dwight Howard on the cover of Sports Illustrated, the headline reading, "Now this is going to be fun." At one point in the first quarter Tuesday, the Lakers point guard found himself on...
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...
Wednesday was just another night to come out and write about greatness and the Clippers. Write that a few years ago and the men in white coats would come and get you. Right now, in the entertainment capital of the world, they are the best sports...
It starts with the lights. The Clippers never dim the Staples Center lights, allowing their shrieking crowd to become one with their soaring team. The Lakers darken the arena as if they are performing in a nightclub, the Clippers act like they are playing...
The one thing Dexter Pittman has never had problems with is making friends. To know the third-year Miami Heat center is to like him. Making inroads in his pro career, or even gains with his skills? That's another issue. That's why when...
He was asked and so he served, but Bernie Bickerstaff gave the distinct impression he will be happy when his term as the Lakers' interim coach ends and he can go back to being a low-profile assistant coach with nothing more pressing to worry about than...
The Lakers and Clippers will play many dramatic, high-caliber games against each other this season and will bring fans at Staples Center to their feet with a parade of dunks and alley-oops and the sheer brilliance of their superstar-stuffed lineups....
Salary dumps are designed to save teams money while shedding extraneous players. They don't normally help them land a Hall of Famer. Salary dumps allow teams to rid themselves of aging veterans. They don't usually help them find up-and-comers they...
The Lakers spent $99.9 million in salary this season for a roster that went 45-37. Additionally, the team will pay $29.6 million in luxury taxes -- a total of $129.5 million to get into the playoffs and suffer a first-round sweep by the San Antonio Spurs....
The Lakers settled into the off-season with word that Pau Gasol underwent a procedure to help heal his aching knees. He'll also receive stem cell injections and then have 12 weeks off before returning to basketball-related activities. Despite his...
The Lakers won a game, keeping their playoff hopes alive, but at an incredibly steep cost. Kobe Bryant sustained a probable torn left Achilles' tendon Friday, the Lakers said, scheduling an MRI exam that would likely confirm it this morning. BOX...
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