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  • Lakers' Steve Nash, Byron Scott still haven't talked; Scott OK with it

    Steve Nash and Lakers Coach Byron Scott still haven't spoken since Nash was declared done for the season, continuing a long game of phone tag. Nash hasn't been around the Lakers since they shut him down Oct. 23 because of recurring back pain. The...
  • Lakers lose to Grizzlies, 99-93, but don't panic

    Lakers lose to Grizzlies, 99-93, but don't panic
    The last-place team in the Western Conference almost beat the first-place team Wednesday, almost the type of thing Mitch Kupchak alluded to three hours earlier. No one can call the Lakers' general manager prophetic, but he hinted at the NBA's...
  • Lakers to sign Earl Clark, likely waive Xavier Henry

    The Lakers are involved in discussions to reunite with one of their former players but haven't officially signed Earl Clark. One person familiar with the situation said the team had agreed to terms with Clark for the rest of the season, but another...
  • Preview: Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies

    Preview: Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies
    The Lakers (3-11) have lost two straight after their first winning streak of the season (just a pair of victories). On Wednesday at Staples Center they'll host the Memphis Grizzlies (12-2), tied with the Toronto Raptors for the best record in the NBA....
  • Lakers awarded $4.85-million disabled player exception for Steve Nash

    The NBA on Tuesday awarded the Lakers a $4.85-million disabled player exception for injured point guard Steve Nash. The Lakers gain a spending tool that can be used to add one player via free agency or a waiver claim, whom they can pay no more than $4....
  • It could be a long, bleak era for Lakers but a short one for Jim Buss

    Those "three to four years" Jim Buss gave himself to straighten out the Lakers are shaping up as a timeline to nowhere, except maybe basketball oblivion. A month into the season, the Lakers are 3-13 and can't even mark time properly. They lost an...
  • Blake Griffin, Chris Paul get in sync to lead Clippers past Hornets

    Blake Griffin and Chris Paul wanted to keep it simple. Get back to doing those things they do so well. It's what made them All-Stars and transformed the Clippers from laughingstocks to serious title-contenders. Their team had largely gotten away...
  • Lakers' Week 5 in review

    Lakers' Week 5 in review
    The Lakers salvaged a disappointing week -- losing two of three through Week 5 to dip to 4-13 on the season -- with a win over the Toronto Raptors on Sunday. After ending Week 4 on a sour note in a defeat in overtime the Denver Nuggets, the Lakers...
  • Five takeaways from the Lakers' season-opening loss to Houston Rockets

    Five takeaways from the Lakers' season-opening loss to Houston Rockets
    It couldn’t get any worse for the Lakers, trailing Houston in a season opener by 27 points, but then it somehow did. Rookie Julius Randle planted awkwardly on a drive, collided with two Rockets players, sustained a broken right tibia and is probably...
  • Lakers are getting injured at an alarming pace

    The Lakers season opener on Tuesday night saw rookie power forward Julius Randle carted off in a stretcher with a broken tibia. After a difficult 27-55 season, the Lakers drafted Randle with the seventh overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft. It's not...
  • Preview: Lakers vs. Phoenix Suns

    After losing rookie power forward Julius Randle to a broken leg in the season opener on Tuesday, the Lakers won't have long to lick their wounds. On Wednesday, the Lakers visit the Phoenix Suns. The Suns will play their first game of the year after...