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This is the eighth post in a weekly series that helps you get to know members of the L.A. Times Lakers blog community. Feel free to send submissions to email@example.com. Screen name: TNTLakerFan Occupation: Case manager Age: 27 Gender: Male Hometown: Kansas C
Running back to the other side of the court, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant wore a determined glare. It was fitting that Bryant displayed his trademark expression while accomplishing another milestone. He had just become the youngest player in NBA history to surpass
Game stories -- The Times' Lisa Dillman highlights the physical play in the Lakers' 99-92 loss Sunday to the Clippers. -- The Daily Breeze's Frank Burlison details how the Clippers prevailed late in the game against the Lakers. -- The Riverside Press Enterpris
Everyone can relax. There's a very specific reason why the Lakers (31-13) enter Friday's game against the Denver Nuggets mixing in winning streaks with inconsistent performances, have gone 5-6 against winning teams and trail the San Antonio Spurs (36-6) by six
It would have been fitting had Kobe Bryant surpassed Hakeem Olajuwon for eighth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list in the Lakers' 100-95 loss Friday to the Sacramento Kings with a signature post-up move, a fitting symbolic tribute to the work the two put
Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan details how the Lakers were outplayed in their 100-95 loss Friday to the Sacramento Kings. --The Orange County Register's Janis Carr faults the Lakers for looking ahead to Boston. --The Sacramento Bee's Jason Jones argu
Kings 100, Lakers 95 (final) The Lakers claimed not to be looking ahead to Sunday's showdown with the Boston Celtics. The Lakers put a gag order in place, saying no one could talk about the Celtics until Friday night's game against the lowly Sacramento Kings w
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan focuses on Phil Jackson's insistence that this is his last season. --True Hoop's Henry Abbott goes into detail on his view that Kobe Bryant isn't the king of clutch. --The Orange County Register's Janis Carr provides a few tidbits f
Once the Lakers gathered around after practice Thursday, co-captain Derek Fisher emphasized one thing before the players went their separate ways. Do not talk about the Lakers-Celtics matchup. The intrigue surrounding that game proves pretty obvious. The game
1. The Lakers made late-game plays in their 90-87 victory Sunday over Oklahoma City. That sentiment may not have lasted had the Thunder converted on their last possession. After Lamar Odom missed two free throws with 10 seconds remaining, the Thunder immediate
Each time Kobe Bryant moves up on the NBA's all-time scoring list, the aftermath has proven pretty routine. Bryant expresses indifference to his ranking in total points, compliments each player he surpasses and emphasizes his desire to pursue the 11 championsh
--The Times' Mark Heisler considered Shaquille O'Neal not to be the most dominating center, but the most fun to be around. --The Times' Chris Erskine provides some tips to Lakers Coach Mike Brown on how to get acquainted with Los Angeles. --The Daily News' Vin
This is the sixth post in a series looking at potential Lakers assistant coaches. Here we profile former University of Utah Coach Jim Boylen, who, The Times' Broderick Turner reported, met with Lakers Coach Mike Brown about joining his coaching staff. ESPN the