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  • Caught in the Web: Reactions to Lakers' 97-82 loss to San Antonio Spurs

     
    Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at the Lakers' unraveling in their 97-82 loss Tuesday to the San Antonio Spurs. --The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding details the Lakers' frustration level. --The San Antonio Express-News' Jeff McDonald...
  • Caught in the Web: Lakers examine their latest struggles

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan explores the Lakers' views on how they want to run their offense. --The Times' Kevin Baxter details Joe Smith's debut with the Lakers. --The Orange County Register's Janis Carr highlights Phil Jackson's clarified comments...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Saturday, Jan. 8

     
    We've got an update on Carmelo Anthony trade talks, some video of the Magic's “Bench Mobb' pregame routine, and more in today's links. 1. Orlando Magic beat Houston Rockets at Amway Center for 8th straight win, Josh Robbins, Orlando Sentinel The...
  • Orlando Magic and NBA News: Friday, Jan. 14

     
    The Orlando Magic and Miami Heat are both on two-game losing streaks, Dwight Howard's tech won't be rescinded, and a defense of Jameer Nelson highlight today's links. 1. Orlando Magic fall to Oklahoma City Thunder for 2nd straight road loss, Josh Robbins,...
  • Caught in the Web: Reactions to Lakers' 99-92 loss to the Clippers

     
    Game stories -- The Times' Lisa Dillman highlights the physical play in the Lakers' 99-92 loss Sunday to the Clippers. -- The Daily Breeze's Frank Burlison details how the Clippers prevailed late in the game against the Lakers. -- The Riverside Press...
  • Should NBA Commissioner David Stern select Andrew Bynum as All-Star starter?

     
    With wide-eyed enthusiasm, Lakers center Andrew Bynum still maintains the boyish innocence that any 23-year-old should have. He joyfully shares if asked what he learned from a recent book he read. He provides a detailed medical report on his latest injury...
  • When you think of a school, what sports names comes to mind?

     
    I was at Salisbury last night. Good game, big win for the Falcons. Some people are excited about next week's ceremony to name the court in Bill Paulik's honor. Well, well deserved, and overdue in my opinion. Even though he hasn't coached in 18 years, when...
  • Rise in Shoplifting a Sign of Recovery, Study Says

    Rise in Shoplifting a Sign of Recovery, Study Says
    NEW YORK -- A new survey shows that employee shoplifting is on the rise -- and experts say that is good news for the economy. Typically, an increase in shoplifting is believed to be an indicator of tough economic times. But a recent study by the National...
  • Lancaster Man Makes Electric Car

    Lancaster Man Makes Electric Car
    A Lancaster man was driven to make his own electric car after watching a movie. Brandon Hollinger now cruises around town in a 1970 Saab. He says the movie "Who Killed The Electric Car?" made him realize that it is viable for cars to run without fuel...
  • NBA point guard rankings: No. 10 Jason Kidd

    NBA point guard rankings: No. 10 Jason Kidd
    Let the debate begin. Over the next five weeks, we'll rank the NBA's top 10 players at each position. These are not fantasy basketball rankings. These rankings also don't measure players' potential or their career achievements. Instead, these rankings...
  • On Theater: 'Private Lives' closes the Barnicle era

    When Noel Coward's "Private Lives" takes the stage of the Laguna Playhouse next weekend, it'll mark the end of an era — a 20-year era for its director, Andrew Barnicle. Barnicle signed on back in 1991 as the artistic director of the playhouse and...
  • Victory is not easy

    The La Caņada High boys' basketball team has shown there are ways to win games without Mike McGlashan, the team's leading scorer. It's just not easy. The Spartans have been forced to play without McGlashan, who averages 15.6 points a game, twice already....