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  • Letters: Kobe takes a seat and Lakers fans take it personally

    I know Byron Scott can't say it out loud, but the Lakers are a better team when Kobe is not playing. Their performance against Golden State was breathtakingly better than they have played all season. Blaming the rest of the team for just "standing around" when Kobe is on the court won't fly. They stand around because they know Kobe's plan is to shoot the ball whenever he gets it. Instead of blaming the rest of the team, Coach Scott should do whatever he can to persuade Kobe to get with the program and fit in with the skills and enthusiasm of the other players, or find another team or pursuit to occupy his time.
  • Lakers' Kobe Bryant isn't surprised by Pau Gasol's resurgence

    Lakers' Kobe Bryant isn't surprised by Pau Gasol's resurgence
    — He fell off the All-Star radar as he drifted further and further from the basket in Mike D'Antoni's perimeter-oriented offense. But Pau Gasol's resurgence hasn't surprised one of his former teammates. "Pau's been playing like Pau. It's...

    Pau Gasol, now of Chicago Bulls, says it'll be 'weird' to face Lakers

    And you think the Lakers are going through strange times. "Weird" only begins to describe how Pau Gasol feels playing against Kobe Bryant and the Lakers on Christmas Day. While wearing the red and black tones of the Chicago Bulls. It's a day Gasol has...

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' victory over the Golden State Warriors

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' victory over the Golden State Warriors
    The Lakers (9-19) upset the Golden State Warriors (23-4), despite playing without Kobe Bryant.  Here are five takeaways from their 115-105 victory on Tuesday at Staples Center. 1. Are the Lakers better without Kobe Bryant?  One game doesn't answer...

    As Lakers struggle, Robert Sacre leads fewer bench celebrations

    SACRAMENTO — The end of the Lakers' bench is a lot quieter these days. Reserve center Robert Sacre, the happy face of the franchise, tries not to get down. It's not in his nature. But there have been fewer of the celebrations that made him a...