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  • Lakers suffer their 50th defeat of the season, 80-73 to Utah

    Lakers suffer their 50th defeat of the season, 80-73 to Utah
    The Lakers had beat the Jazz the last time the teams played, in Utah last month, which only seemed to inspire the Jazz to win nine of 11 games since that defeat. So when the teams met Thursday night at Staples Center, the Lakers were unable to duplicate...
  • Jabari Brown says he'll sign a second 10-day contract with Lakers

    Jabari Brown says he'll sign a second 10-day contract with Lakers
    Rookie guard Jabari Brown's 10-day contract expired after the Lakers' 80-73 loss to the Utah Jazz on Thursday night. After the game, Brown said he spoke to General Manager Mitch Kupchak, and that he'll sign a second 10-day contract on Saturday....
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' 80-73 loss to the Utah Jazz

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' 80-73 loss to the Utah Jazz
    The Lakers (17-50) fell to the Utah Jazz (31-37) on Thursday night. Here are five takeaways from their 80-73 defeat at Staples Center. 1. Once again, the Lakers lost a close game in the final moments. "We just didn't make plays down the stretch in the...
  • Lakers can't handle short-handed Hawks in 91-86 loss

    Lakers can't handle short-handed Hawks in 91-86 loss
    What a bizarre night it was back in November, the Lakers pulling off an upset in Atlanta while Nick Young proclaimed himself the best long-distance shooter of all time. There were no such theatrics Sunday in the rematch. No laughs. No good times for the...
  • Lakers' Byron Scott unhappy about team's losses

    Lakers' Byron Scott unhappy about team's losses
    Byron Scott was simmering after another loss. These games still mean a lot to him. Scores of Lakers fans have turned their back on the team, rooting quietly for losses — or maybe loudly — to improve the all-important lottery position....
  • Things have changed for Derek Fisher

    Things have changed for Derek Fisher
    Derek Fisher returned to Staples Center without mentioning the tense-to-the-end 2010 NBA Finals against Boston that led to a jubilant, if not relieved, parade down Figueroa Street. Nor did he detail the clinching victory here over Indiana in 2000, the...
  • Lakers' loss to Knicks can only help lottery success

    Lakers' loss to Knicks can only help lottery success
    There was a reunion of sorts Thursday, not really the type that involved cousins and hot dogs and maybe even fireworks. Phil Jackson, Derek Fisher and Kurt Rambis were at Staples Center to see the New York Knicks — their employer — beat...
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' 101-94 loss to the New York Knicks

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' 101-94 loss to the New York Knicks
    The Lakers (17-47) fell to the New York Knicks (13-51) on Thursday, getting swept in the season series by the worst team in the NBA.  Here are five takeaways from their 101-94 loss at Staples Center. 1) Knicks Coach Derek Fisher, a five-time NBA...
  • Lakers' Kobe Bryant uncertain he'll play beyond next season

    Lakers' Kobe Bryant uncertain he'll play beyond next season
    When Lakers guard Kobe Bryant returns next year from a shoulder injury, he'll enter his 20th season in the NBA. Is it a sure thing he calls it quits after that season, presuming he can return to health after three straight years with significant...
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' 93-85 win over the Detroit Pistons

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' 93-85 win over the Detroit Pistons
    The Lakers (17-46) ended a five-game losing streak with a win on Tuesday night over the Detroit Pistons (23-40). Here are five takeaways from their 93-85 victory at Staples Center. 1. Kobe Bryant sat with his teammates on the bench for the second time...
  • Julius Randle cleared to participate in non-contact basketball activity

    Julius Randle cleared to participate in non-contact basketball activity
    Lakers rookie power forward Julius Randle was cleared Monday to participate in non-contact basketball activities. The 20-year-old Kentucky product suffered a season-ending injury, a broken right leg, on opening night, Oct. 28. He had surgery to repair...