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  • Lakers to build new practice facility to help lure free agents

    Lakers to build new practice facility to help lure free agents
    The Lakers are planning to build a more modern training facility that they hope will also attract future free agents, The Times has learned. The Lakers will stay in El Segundo because they like the area and its proximity to LAX, but will no longer share...
  • Lakers' Wesley Johnson is 'fine' after playing small ball

    Wesley Johnson swears he's OK. He laughs when told he survived the NBA equivalent of back-to-back car accidents. The slender Johnson just ended a two-day trek through burly land, guarding brawny Pacers power forward David West on Tuesday and the...
  • L.A. D-Fenders draw Santa Cruz Warriors in first round of D-League playoffs

    L.A. D-Fenders draw Santa Cruz Warriors in first round of D-League playoffs
    The Los Angeles D-Fenders (31-19) will host the Santa Cruz Warriors (29-21) in the first round of the NBA Development League postseason. After finishing the regular season with the second overall seed, the D-Fenders were given the right to pick their...
  • Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers

    Story lines run deep in NBA playoffs, as should the Clippers
    It's springtime in Los Angeles, otherwise known as the season when the Clippers march merrily into the playoffs and the Lakers conduct exit interviews. OK, so maybe this isn't exactly an annual occurrence. The Lakers haven't missed the playoffs during...
  • Lakers' Steve Nash says he wants to return next season

    PORTLAND, Ore. — There was a gust of certainty Monday, a rarity in one of the most uneasy seasons in Lakers history. Steve Nash clearly wants to return next season. "I want to come back for sure," he said Monday. It's a longshot he'll even...
  • Kendall Marshall is in a funk, just like rest of Lakers

    INDIANAPOLIS — Count Kendall Marshall among those dragged down by the Lakers' woes. He was a surprisingly successful pick-up from the NBA's Development League, churning out double-digit assists almost immediately when signed in December. Now,...
  • Lakers' Pau Gasol happy to 'stir things up'

    Lakers' Pau Gasol happy to 'stir things up'
    Kobe Bryant has played only six games this season, taking away a strong-willed and sometimes critical voice of the Lakers. But Pau Gasol has played more than six years with Bryant, long enough to pick up some of his behavior. Several days after...
  • From a distance, they look pretty good

    From a distance, they look pretty good
    Like a perfectly functioning carburetor on an engine that's otherwise shot, there is one part of the Lakers that continues to hum: their three-point shooting. Kendall Marshall and Jordan Farmar both ranked among the top six in the NBA in three-point...
  • Letters: As bad as it gets for Lakers (they hope)

    Letters: As bad as it gets for Lakers (they hope)
    I hope Chick Hearn doesn't have cable in heaven. John C. Borrego Temecula :: How bad was it at Staples Center on Thursday night? It was so bad that that Justin Bieber pulled his pants up, so that he could make a quick getaway. It was so bad...
  • Thoughts on Anthony Lee, Terps in the NBA and ACC subpoenas

    Thoughts on Anthony Lee, Terps in the NBA and ACC subpoenas
    Baltimore Sun producer-editor Jonas Shaffer and reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports. Could the Terps have used former Temple forward and much-sought-after transfer target Anthony Lee, a...
  • Philadelphia 76ers avoid making history on their own

    Philadelphia 76ers avoid making history on their own
    Among the many things the Philadelphia 76ers had lost since Evan Turner drove for a game-winning layup Jan. 29 against the Boston Celtics: Turner and hope. All was not lost, however, amid the ensuing 26-game losing streak that spanned exactly two...