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Low blows

It was a close race, but the emergence of Clippers owner Donald Sterling from his cocoon to sign free agent Baron Davis leaves Phil Anschutz all alone as the owner most unwilling to improve his team.

When the Kings need to take a page from the Clips’ management playbook, the time has come for AEG to pick up its toys and go home.

Andrew Franko

Rolling Hills Estates

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When the Kings traded popular defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky, he learned about it from his agent and his new team, the Edmonton Oilers. No phone call, no thanks for the memories. The Kings have gone from first class to no class. And how is that search for a coach coming along?

Mike Gamboa

Buena Park

After 40 years as a Kings fan, I quit. Not even making Rob Blake an offer is ridiculous. He would have stayed for almost nothing. It’s probably because Dean Lombardi thought Blake wanted his job when he retired. (It will be available at the end of next season).

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Bob Fleming

Hermosa Beach


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