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Carl Landry

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  • Andrew Bynum's knee brace not just holding up his knee but also hopes of keeping injury at bay

     
    Lakers center Andrew Bynum was down and clutching his right knee. He had just tangled with Hornets forward Carl Landry and was wincing in pain. The Lakers and their fans have witnessed this scene before and dread it because it cements the feeling that any...
  • Lakers-Hornets Game 3: Lakers win 100-86

     
    Crisis over? The Lakers might not completely be their confident, swaggering selves but they crept considerably closer to that in New Orleans on Friday night by beating the Hornets, 100-86, in Game 3 of their best-of-seven playoff series. They’ve...
  • Dissecting the final moments of the Lakers' 93-88 Game 4 loss to New Orleans

     
    Overlook Kobe Bryant's scoreless first-half performance. Forget about Chris Paul's triple-double effort. And accept the Lakers' nearly three-quarter stretch in which they didn't grab an offensive rebound. There's plenty of blame to go around for the...
  • Will Pau Gasol's improved Game 3 performance offset big picture concerns?

     
    With the shot clock winding down, Lakers forward Pau Gasol had no other choice but to step out of his comfort zone. He had spent most of the game trying to stay aggressive and create a rhythm so that he could shake his playoff funk, and it seemed likely...
  • Lakers have strong record in closeout games

     
    The trend is as reliable as a Lakers sellout game. The performances become as notable as the Laker flags waving all around Los Angeles. And the record reveals about the same dominance as the Lakers' 16 NBA championships. Ever since Phil Jackson took...
  • Kobe Bryant's performance in Lakers' 106-90 Game 5 victory over New Orleans Hornets provides interesting twist to health concerns

     
    With one drive, Kobe Bryant assuaged all fears about his left ankle and foot. With one hop off his right foot, Bryant told the doctors he didn’t need crutches. And with one electrifying dunk over Hornets center Emeka Okafor that prompted him to...
  • Five things to watch in Game 5 of the Lakers-Hornets series

     
    1. How will the Lakers respond to pressure? As much as I believe the Lakers play roulette in making things more competitive than necessary, the team's 2-2 tie with New Orleans entering Game 5 Tuesday at Staples Center isn't anything out of the norm....
  • Lakers' confident attitude may come back to haunt them

     
    In painstaking detail, Lakers assistant coach Jim Cleamons outlined the scouting report to his players prior to Game 4 of their series against New Orleans with heavy emphasis shutting off the driving lanes for Hornets forwards Carl Landry and Trevor...
  • Lakers show improvement with their inside presence against New Orleans

     
    After converting on a right hook, Lakers forward Pau Gasol pumped his fist. After converting on an inside lob, Lakers center Andrew Bynum flexed his muscles. And after the Hornets surprisingly owned the advantage inside for most of the series, both...
  • Lakers' 98-80 Game 6 victory over New Orleans featured strong defensive effort

     
    The Lakers' makeup doesn't make practice time ripe in preparing for the pick-and-roll offense no matter what they do. Sure they can dissect film, mimic opposing team's tendencies and run pick-and-roll sequences until it's drilled into their heads. But...
  • Lakers vs. Hornets Game 6: Lakers 98, Hornets 80

     
    Destination, Dallas. Or Portland. Either way, the Lakers will be the well-rested host for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinal series against the Mavericks or Trail Blazers. They got the weekend off by defeating the Hornets, 98-80, in Game 6 on...
  • Lakers bench has a critical role in semifinals series against Dallas

     
    On more than one occasion, Lakers forward Matt Barnes bit his tongue. He bit it when reporters revisited Barnes' episode with Mavericks guard Jason Terry, whose push on Lakers guard Steve Blake on March 31 sparked Barnes to push him back, earn an ejection...