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  • Up next for the Lakers: Tuesday vs. New York

    VS. NEW YORK When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: TNT; Radio: 710, 1330. Records: Lakers 23-46; Knicks 29-41. Record vs. Knicks: 0-1. Update: The Knicks had been on a roll, winning eight consecutive games, until a 106-100 loss at...
  • Lakers' Week 21 in review

    Lakers' Week 21 in review
    Week 21 started with a shake, as the Lakers awoke to an early morning earthquake. The team was still dealing with the aftershocks of Phil Jackson's decision to join the New York Knicks as president. On radio, Lakers owner/executive Jeanie Buss said...
  • Heat can't discount draft

       The madness largely has been muted since 2003, when Pat Riley, during a workout in the midst of his coaching career, became smitten with a certain guard from Marquette while watching the NCAA Tournament on a treadmill.    Since then, the Miami Heat...
  • Obama may love hoops, but Kobe can't compare him to Tiny Archibald

    Obama may love hoops, but Kobe can't compare him to Tiny Archibald
    Again, this week I planned to discuss something farcical, like the Knicks intentionally tanking by signing 67-year-old Phil Jackson to play power forward. But more serious news has intruded. At the risk of mixing sports and politics, Kobe Bryant was...
  • Lakers' Ryan Kelly works to secure a spot on the team and in league

    Lakers' Ryan Kelly works to secure a spot on the team and in league
    The Lakers aren't going anywhere this season, and Ryan Kelly might not be either. For Kelly, that would be a good thing. It would mean he's still in the NBA. A late second-round pick out of Duke in last year's draft, the 6-foot-11 power forward wasn't...
  • Isiah Thomas thinks Phil Jackson great for Knicks

     Isiah Thomas thinks Phil Jackson great for Knicks
    Former Knicks President Isiah Thomas touched base with Phil Jackson 10 years ago about becoming the team's coach. Jackson did not accept that offer, but he asked Thomas about his relationship with Knicks owner James Dolan. "I always felt and thought...
  • NBA power couple: Phil & Jeanie

    NBA power couple: Phil & Jeanie
    So it's going to be OK — soon league-approved, in fact — that Phil Jackson can run the New York Knicks and keep going steady with his Laker Girl. Whew. Now that he's the Knicks president, we certainly wouldn't want Phil's romance with Lakers...
  • Would Gators coach Billy Donovan leave UF to lead his beloved New York Knicks?

    The last time Billy Donovan won a national championship as the coach of the Florida Gators, the NBA came calling and he briefly — very briefly — became the head coach of the Orlando Magic. Now, here we are seven years later, and Donovan's...
  • Letters: Lakers and Knicks, Phil and Jeanie, Kobe and Jim

    Letters: Lakers and Knicks, Phil and Jeanie, Kobe and Jim
    How well will Phil Jackson do in New York? Quite well, I'm sure; after all, he has Jim Buss' cellphone number and a number of castoffs to send west. Lynn McGinnis Glendale :: How to become a millionaire? Just ask Jim Buss. He managed to turn a...
  • Adreian Payne, Tyler Ennis stand out in first day of NCAA tournament

    Adreian Payne, Tyler Ennis stand out in first day of NCAA tournament
    At 22-45, the Lakers are in position to have a top-10 pick in June's NBA draft. A number of first-round prospects can be found in the NCAA tournament, which started this week. Thursday's games didn't feature many top prospects, but Tyler Ennis of...
  • Sampling of columns of note from the past week

    TARA SULLIVAN, The Record (Hackensack, N.J.), on PHIL JACKSON and KNICKS: NEW YORK They are inviting us to bask in the sun of a new Knicks dawn, trying desperately to make us believers again. They are promising a basketball nirvana, where the sun rises...