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Florida Gulf Coast is a hot story and, gee, that old La Salle played great, but all of that may not matter. Forget Louisville, Indiana, Duke and Syracuse and save your talk about difference-maker guards Peyton Siva of Louisville, Miami's Shane Larkin,...
Sports NowPaul Pierce wasn't playing like someone who was about to pass Larry Bird as No. 2 on the Boston Celtics' all-time scoring list. He entered Tuesday night's game against the Charlotte Bobcats needing just 10 points to reach the milestone, but had just seven...
Lakers BlogRunning 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...
Lakers Blog1. 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...
Lakers BlogEach 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...
Lakers BlogBulls 88, Lakers 84 (final) It was not the kind of start to a six-game trip the Lakers were looking for. They hit the road with a loss at Chicago because they could not stop the Bulls' Derrick Rose. Rose finished with 29 points, nine assists and five...
Lakers BlogThis is the first post of an occasional series that features a Q&A with a member of the Lakers organization. Below is the transcript of a recent conversation with Lakers assistant coach Jim Cleamons, who's in charge of game preparations for contests...
Larry Siegfried, who helped Ohio State University win its only NCAA basketball championship in 1960 and won five NBA titles with the Boston Celtics, died Thursday night. He was 71. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Larry Siegfried: The obituary of...
This article was originally published Feb. 15, 1998 and is part of the new book "Los Angeles Lakers: 50 Amazing Years in the City of Angels" by the Los Angeles Times sports staff. You can purchase the book online here. You hear about Kobe Bryant, the...
Question of the day: Is Phil Jackson the best coach in NBA history or simply someone who benefited from great players? [Updated]The Fabulous ForumReporters from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. [Updated at 12:30 p.m.: Baxter Holmes, Los Angeles Times The only......
Pete Newell, who coached UC Berkeley to the 1959 National Collegiate Athletic Assn. basketball title and was one of only three men to guide teams to National Invitation Tournament, NCAA and Olympic championships, died Monday. He was 93. Newell, a...
The Hartford CourantThe clock ran down to zero and Murray Williams, who had chased down a loose ball, flung it high in the air, toward the unreachable rafters at Madison Square Garden. "It was just such a feeling of exhilaration," Williams says. "Impromptu. I saw the clock...
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