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  • Mitch Kupchak: 'Unacceptable' for Lakers to simply dump salary

    Mitch Kupchak: 'Unacceptable' for Lakers to simply dump salary
    The NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday. The Lakers made a little splash on Wednesday night, trading point guard Steve Blake to the Golden State Warriors for young guards Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks. "As a person, as a player, we loved...
  • New York Knicks, Metta World Peace reportedly parting ways

    New York Knicks, Metta World Peace reportedly parting ways
    The New York Knicks were reportedly working on a buyout of Metta World Peace's contract Saturday. But there was nothing even the notorious Knicks public relations machine could do about the tweets of Daniel Artest, World Peace's brother. Among the...
  • Knicks sign former Lakers Earl Clark and Shannon Brown

    Knicks sign former Lakers Earl Clark and Shannon Brown
    After cutting former Lakers forward Metta World Peace, the New York Knicks have since increased their collection of ex-Lakers. On Thursday, the Knicks signed Earl Clark and Shannon Brown to 10-day contracts. Clark joined the Lakers a year ago from...
  • Metta World Peace, still intimidating, frightens off Tyler Hansbrough

    Toronto Raptors forward Tyler Hansbrough, whose nickname is "Psycho T.," quickly backed down from a physical confrontation with Metta World Peace on Monday. Now with the New York Knicks, World Peace remains one of the most intimidating players in the...
  • Magic Johnson says he's willing to help Lakers recruit players

    Magic Johnson says he's willing to help Lakers recruit players
    Earvin "Magic" Johnson said Wednesday that he's willing to do whatever he can to turn the Lakers into a championship-caliber team, including doing some grassroots recruiting. "I've done that in the past," Johnson told the Los Angeles Times. "I told...
  • New York Knicks waive former Lakers forward Metta World Peace

    The New York Knicks have waived former Lakers forward Metta World Peace, along with guard Beno Udrih. "We are disappointed that it did not work out for Beno and Metta here in New York," Knicks President and General Manager Steve Mills said in a...
  • Bill Sharman, L.A. sports legend, speaks softly, carries a big heart

    Bill Sharman, L.A. sports legend, speaks softly, carries a big heart
    Bill Sharman is 87 years old. Saturday afternoon, he had a mild stroke. These things hit us like lightning bolts of reality. Los Angeles has more than its share of sports legends. We are blessed. We thought John Wooden would live forever. We were wrong....
  • Players' lack of long-term security could help or hinder Lakers

    Players' lack of long-term security could help or hinder Lakers
    Good news for the Lakers: Almost everybody on their team is in a contract year. Bad news for the Lakers: Almost everybody on their team is in a contract year. Such players have incentive to deliver with an added hunger, according to the long-held...
  • Lakers have more issues than just Kobe Bryant's health

    Lakers have more issues than just Kobe Bryant's health
    The Lakers are 6-7, lingering in the bottom half of the Western Conference and running on a treadmill the size of a franchise while awaiting the return of Kobe Bryant. But how will Bryant look? What's the deal with Steve Nash? Who took over Jordan Hill'...
  • Kobe Bryant thinks Lakers can still win a championship

    Kobe Bryant thinks Lakers can still win a championship
    Kobe Bryant, ever the optimist, still thinks the Lakers can win a championship. "It doesn't matter what anybody else is saying. That's the goal that we have," he said Saturday. Bryant, though, wouldn't be healthy enough to take part in the Lakers'...
  • Lakers' Steve Nash will miss at least two weeks because of back pain

    Steve Nash was hailed as a missing piece when the Lakers acquired him from Phoenix last year. Now they're just trying to keep him in one piece. He was supposed to be the answer to their failed attempt to snare Chris Paul, a solid second choice the NBA...