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  • Lakers will open 2014-15 season against Houston Rockets

    Lakers will open 2014-15 season against Houston Rockets
    The Lakers will open the 2014-15 season on Tuesday, Oct. 28, when they play host to Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets at Staples Center. The NBA released the full season schedule on Wednesday. All-Star guard Kobe Bryant played in six games...
  • Light February schedule offers Lakers a chance to climb in standings

    Light February schedule offers Lakers a chance to climb in standings
    The rebuilding Lakers may be able to near or even hit .500 through the end of January, after a busy three months of play. February will be the Lakers' lightest stretch all season, despite six of 10 games played on the road. Only two of the Lakers'...
  • ASK IRA: Should Heat have been more aggressive for Marion?

    ASK IRA: Should Heat have been more aggressive for Marion?
    Q: Ira, wouldn't it have been perfect for Pat Riley to steal Shawn Marion away from the Cavaliers? I saw the Heat were interested. -- Brewster. A: Somehow I think the preference would have been to keep LeBron James from returning to Cleveland, rather...
  • January could be a critical and difficult month for the Lakers

    The Lakers may be able to hover around .500 through November and December.  The first month of the season will be a challenge, but a road-heavy December could be manageable for the Lakers. Play shifts back to Staples Center in January, with nine at home...
  • Former ODU star Bazemore prepares for fresh start in Atlanta

    Former ODU star Bazemore prepares for fresh start in Atlanta
    NORFOLK — Basketball at the highest level appears to be challenging enough. But ever-curious Kent Bazemore stepped away from the game for almost four months, certain that the time away would recharge him. With a new contract and a new home, he...
  • The down, up, down arc of Greg Oden

    The down, up, down arc of Greg Oden
       The smiles from Greg Oden were limited, about as limited as his minutes.    There was joy after the Jan. 15 season debut in Washington, after more than four seasons away from the game due to a series of debilitating injuries.     A month later,...
  • For Studio City home, lawyer relies on Texas designer Meredith Ellis

    For Studio City home, lawyer relies on Texas designer Meredith Ellis
    The 27-year-old bachelor lawyer buying his first house, a 1,730-square-foot single-story home in Studio City, knew immediately whom to call to rework its interior: Meredith Ellis, designer for his parents' homes in Studio City and Malibu. "He told me...
  • Espero masters verbal volley

    Espero masters verbal volley
    Soon after Rob Espero was bitten hard by the volleyball bug, he gravitated toward the setter position because, he said, he liked the idea of running the show. More than 30 years later, the Costa Mesa resident is still doing just that from behind a...
  • Letters: Hello, Mr. Ballmer, but a good buy?

    Letters: Hello, Mr. Ballmer, but a good buy?
    Congratulations to Steve Ballmer on making the worst individual purchase in the history of sports. Perhaps he thought the price tag included the arena and the Lakers. Honestly, I think he made the purchase to do what many of us think he will ultimately do...
  • Despite 10 of 15 on the road, Lakers' December schedule may be doable

    Despite 10 of 15 on the road, Lakers' December schedule may be doable
    After a busy start to the season, playing 10 of 17 at home through October and November, the Lakers hit the road for most of December. Only five of the Lakers' 15 December games will be at Staples Center. Seven will be played against teams that made the...
  • Jonah Goldberg: Obama demonstrates seeming indifference to mass killings

    In the summer of 2007, then-Sen. Barack Obama was asked if he was worried that his proposed withdrawal from Iraq would result in ethnic cleansing or even genocide. He scoffed at the premise. "By that argument, you would have 300,000 troops in the...