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  • Lakers vs. Golden State: Lakers can't slow Warriors, lose third straight game

     
    Warriors 95, Lakers 87 (final) The Lakers have lost three consecutive games, two to teams with records below .500. The latest defeat came to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday nighit at Oracle Arena in Oakland. The loss left the Lakers 4 1/2 games...
  • Pau Gasol's soft reputation continues to be overblown

     
    Sitting shirtless by his locker, Lakers forward Ron Artest requested that I back up so my camera could fully zoom in on his pectoral muscles. He had just been reveling in the irony about what Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire recently said about Pau Gasol:...
  • Lakers vs Utah: Lakers lose to Jazz; Kobe Bryant loses ball late

     
    Jazz 86, Lakers 85 (final) The Lakers had been riding a high, going 17-1 at point after the All-Star break, winning nine in a row in the process. But now the Lakers have lost two straight games, the latest to the struggling Utah Jazz Tuesday night at...
  • Lakers Chat: Lakers vs. Utah Jazz

     
    Tweetable items from Phil Jackson's pre-game press conference. Phil Jackson on Utah Jazz Both Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol will suit up Tuesday against Utah. Said Jackson: "They're ready and willing. At this time of the season, these guys could use the...
  • Amare Stoudemire's criticisms on the Lakers have the opposite effect

     
    This isn't going to be a post decrying Amare Stoudemire for making such an easy stereotype by proclaiming Pau Gasol "soft." This also isn't going to lead into a nuanced analysis that Gasol has evolved to be more than just a European punching bag and...
  • Lakers on a pretty even keel after Monday's practice

     
    Sharing a few laughs, Andrew Bynum joked with Lamar Odom that it was Odom's fault the two collided knees during Sunday's game against the Denver Nuggets. The crash prompted Lakers Coach Phil Jackson to keep Bynum out of the final seven minutes of the...
  • Updated: Andrew Bynum, Pau Gasol (bone bruise) sense improvement with sore knees

     
    The Lakers are six games from the playoffs, but nobody cared Monday. All eyes were on two right knees. Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol both reported feeling better than they did the previous night, when they each walked stiffly around the locker room after the...
  • Caught in the Web: Reactions to Lakers' 95-90 loss to Denver Nuggets

     
    Game stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan notes how the Lakers' 95-90 loss Sunday to the Denver Nuggets contrasted from the team's usual dominance since the All-Star break. --The Orange County Kevin Ding and the Riverside Press Enterprise's David Lassen...
  • Four ways to make up for a possibly limited Pau Gasol against Utah

     
    When Lakers forward Pau Gasol fell to the ground after Nuggets center Nene delivered a hard foul, thoughts immediately swirled in his mind. "It was a scary moment for me, but I was able to get up," Gasol said. "As I was walking, the pain was decreasing so...
  • Lakers lack intensity and execution in 86-85 loss to Utah Jazz

     
    The clock ticked away with the ball in his hands. That's the cue for Lakers guard Kobe Bryant to make a game-winning shot. At first, it appeared he would follow the storyline the 18,8891 at Staples Center had seen plenty of times. He dribbled to his...
  • Gasol, Bynum will play Tuesday night against Utah

     
    The starting seven-footers for the Lakers, limping two days ago after a 95-90 loss to Denver, are healthy enough to play tonight against Utah. A day ago, Gasol wasn't as certain as Bynum to play, but that changed overnight. "He came in this morning and,...
  • Lakers have no excuses for 93-86 loss to Portland Trail Blazers

     
    The Lakers played with so little energy in their 93-86 loss Friday against the Portland Trail Blazers, it'd only be plausible to think they just came off a competitive back-to-back followed by late-night travel. The Lakers actually had the day off. It was...