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  • Kobe Bryant injury: Lakers might look to acquire a point guard

    The team survived the first 19 games of the season without Kobe Bryant, winning 10 while waiting for their All-Star guard to return from Achilles' tendon surgery. Now Bryant is down with a knee injury that will knock him out for six more weeks. Not...
  • Lakers agree to terms with point guard Kendall Marshall

    The Lakers have agreed to terms with free-agent point guard Kendall Marshall, according to an NBA executive with knowledge of the situation. Marshall was originally drafted by the Phoenix Suns with the 13th overall pick in the 2012 NBA draft. After...
  • Grant Hill to return to Suns next season

    Grant Hill to return to Suns next season
    Grant Hill will return to the Phoenix Suns for next season after accepting a one-year contract offer from the team. Hill, who turned 39 in October, will stay on for his 17th season, including his fifth in a row with the Suns. The deal is reportedly for...
  • Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation's Casino Night

    Scene & Heard: Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation's Casino Night
    Following the April 3 game against the Denver Nuggets, 750 Lakers fans poured into the Lexus Club at Staples Center for the 4th annual Casino Night, a $500 per person benefit for the Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation, which promotes education,...
  • NBA Free Agents: The class of 2011-12 (Updated)

    <b>NBA Free Agents:</b> The class of 2011-12 (Updated)
    NBA free agents (* -- indicates restricted free agent, with team allowed to match outside offers to retain player): Best of who is left: Alexis Ajinca, Gilbert Arenas, Keith Bogans, Erick Dampier, Francisco Elson, Melvin Ely, Kryrlo Fesenko, Eddie House,...
  • NBA free agents: Updates on Class of 2012

    <b>NBA free agents:</b> Updates on Class of 2012
    An updated look at NBA free agents. Who has signed, who is still available, who has become available: Best of who is left: Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Derek Fisher, Chris Andersen, Mickael Pietrus, Mehmet Okur (retired), Maurice Evans, Ryan Gomes,...
  • Sizing up who's tradable on the Lakers

     
    If it's not for basking in the Lakers' championship glory, a favorite blog activity among the comment threads seems to be the following whenever the Lakers lose: Sizing up trade scenarios involving a opposing team's player that just lit up the defending...
  • Lakers' 92-86 victory over Boston Celtics proves to be best win all season

     
    The lasting image of the Lakers' 92-86 victory Thursday over the Boston Celtics that signifies the team's jump back to dominance might be this: Kobe Bryant puckered his lips after draining a fadeaway jumper over Ray Allen that gave the Lakers an eight-...
  • Lakers have recent history of making trades during extended trips

     
    By this point, Lakers guard Derek Fisher has grown accustomed to the routine. Any time the Lakers take an extended trip, the concerns go beyond solidifying travel arrangements and how many wins the team compiled. It has also lately involved the Lakers...
  • Five things to take away from Lakers' 109-89 loss to Charlotte Bobcats

     
    1. The Lakers should feel embarrassed for their 109-89 loss Monday to the Charlotte Bobcats, but this games demonstrates the need for perspective In the words of The Simpsons' Comic Book Guy, this was the "worst Lakers loss.....ever." Or at least for...
  • Kobe Bryant's dominating performance in 113-96 victory over New York shows how it can lift team's collective effort

     
    With the clock ticking down, the Lakers spread the floor in isolation and moved out of the way. Since it came down to Kobe Bryant showing eagerness to go one-on-one to close out the first quarter, it's usually best to give him as much open space as...