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  • Kobe Bryant heats up box score in Lakers' win over Nuggets

    Brian Shaw remembers that 20-something kid who used to laugh at him. “What's with all the ice?” Kobe Bryant would ask, scoffing at the veteran's habit of slapping ice bags around his knees, shoulders, back — whatever hurt, really...
  • Winderman's view: Heat 95, Kings 83

    Observations from Friday night's 95-83 victory over the Sacramento Kings at Sleep Train Arena: -- The teams entered with virtually the same records, but the Heat entered in the thick of the playoff race, while the Kings already are waiting for next...
  • Short-Handed Spurs Hand Knicks 10th Straight Loss

    Short-Handed Spurs Hand Knicks 10th Straight Loss
    Spurs 109, Knicks 95: Marco Belinelli scored a season-high 22 points off the bench to lead seven players in double figures as short-handed San Antonio sent visiting New York to its 10th straight defeat. Danny Green scored 13 points and Boris Diaw added...
  • Bulls much appreciate Mike Dunleavy's durability and steady play

     Bulls much appreciate Mike Dunleavy's durability and steady play
    Mike Dunleavy missed only 11 games in his first six NBA seasons, so he's no stranger to durability. But the run he's on now, the only Bull to play in all 103 games over this season and last, is appreciated. That's because Dunleavy, then with the Pacers,...
  • Lakers win second in a row by beating Spurs, 112-110, in overtime

    Lakers 112, San Antonio Spurs 110 (overtime) Nick Young saved the Lakers in overtime, hitting a long three-pointer deep in the shot clock to put the Lakers ahead by the final margin with 7.4 seconds left overtime. The Lakers held on for one more...
  • Lakers will be back 'on top' in five years, Jim Buss says

    Lakers will be back 'on top' in five years, Jim Buss says
    Lakers owner and Executive Vice President Jim Buss is confident the Lakers are on the right path back to success. Where does he see the Lakers in five years? “On top,” Buss told ESPN in a joint interview conducted in November with his...
  • Kobe Bryant can pass Michael Jordan but is a long way from the top

    Kobe Bryant will almost surely pass Michael Jordan on Sunday in Minnesota. There's a lot of territory to cover after that. Bryant's 32,284 career points are nine shy of topping Jordan, an accomplishment that needs no explanation. But then would come...
  • Lakers edge Spurs, 112-110, in overtime, led by Nick Young's 29 points

    Kobe Bryant didn't pass Michael Jordan on the career scoring list, but there was still quite an accomplishment Friday. The Lakers outscored the San Antonio Spurs. They gave up a nine-point lead in the final 1:59, a seemingly fatal mistake on the...
  • Clippers' hectic schedule means practice falls by the wayside

    Lots of games. Barely any practices. That's the reality facing the Clippers, who are 16 days into a 26-day stretch in which they will play 15 games without consecutive days off. So far, they have practiced all of one time since this portion of their...
  • NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that

    NBA in 2015: Clippers need playoff help, Lakers need more than that
    Everyone knows market size rarely matters in the NBA. The San Antonio Spurs won their fifth title last season while the Lakers and New York Knicks combined for roughly 12 million in population and zero playoff games. Who could have seen that coming?...
  • Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki show support for Kobe Bryant

    The accolades keep coming for Kobe Bryant, and it has nothing to do with stats. Kevin Durant and Dirk Nowitzki took turns complimenting Bryant in the days after he passed Michael Jordan for third on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Durant seemingly...