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  • Lakers' Pau Gasol remains optimistic despite lost season

    Don't feel sorry for Pau Gasol. He doesn't feel bad for himself. Kobe Bryant played only six games this season and Steve Nash barely made it through 10, but Gasol will appear in his 57th game Wednesday against San Antonio, the same team that blasted the...
  • Lakers lose their 50th game of the season, 107-102, to Sacramento

    Lakers lose their 50th game of the season, 107-102, to Sacramento
    SACRAMENTO — Pau Gasol's vertigo came back with a vengeance and Chris Kaman's right calf wouldn't cooperate. It was almost time for assistant coaches Kurt Rambis and Mark Madsen to suit up for the Lakers. "Only if they let me wear the short...
  • Lakers have another historic night in 119-85 loss to Spurs

    Lakers have another historic night in 119-85 loss to Spurs
    SAN ANTONIO — Sure, why not. Another ragged moment for the Lakers and their fine tradition. They never lost this badly to the San Antonio Spurs until Friday, a 119-85 blush of a game for the visitors that blew past their embarrassing 32-point...
  • Preview: Lakers vs. Clippers

    The Clippers (42-20) have hopes for an NBA title in June. The Lakers (21-40) are eyeing the top pick in the NBA draft. On Thursday night, the Lakers are to host the Clippers at Staples Center. The two local teams met on the season's opening night,...
  • Lakers beat Trail Blazers . . . in Portland . . . really!

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Funny guys, those Lakers. Their own fan base turned on them weeks ago, more interested in pingpong-ball percentages than on-court victories, so what did the Lakers do? Win one in their personal house of horrors, beating the...
  • Does 'P' stand for popular? Lakers' Nick Young is center of attention

    SACRAMENTO -- Sad news for Lakers writers. There might be only seven games left to cover the eminently quotable, entirely likable Nick Young. But good news for Young: Lakers governor Jeanie Buss loves his personality, seeing a player who can connect...
  • Lakers' roster isn't much to look at, but what about next season?

    Jodie Meeks was the star of the Lakers' show last Sunday, outscoring Kevin Durant but also reminding his team of something less enthralling. He'll be a free agent in July. Almost all the Lakers will be, in fact. The latter isn't necessarily a bad...
  • Mike D'Antoni looking for consistency as Lakers' season winds down

    Mike D'Antoni looking for consistency as Lakers' season winds down
    The Lakers will probably be mathematically eliminated next week from a playoff spot, four weeks before the regular season ends. That's what happens when you go 10-29 since Dec. 21. But Coach Mike D'Antoni still wants some consistency from them over...
  • Lakers beat Suns, 115-99, but what's ahead is the real story

    Lakers beat Suns, 115-99, but what's ahead is the real story
    The Phoenix Suns were in town and handed the Lakers much more to ponder beyond another surprisingly rare and easy victory. The Suns couldn't control Chris Kaman, lost Sunday's game by a 115-99 score and offered the perfect time to explore some big-...
  • Lakers' Robert Sacre remains optimistic about the future

    Lakers' Robert Sacre remains optimistic about the future
    He's often the forgotten one in the Lakers' mash-up of who's coming-who's going after this season. It's easy to understand why Robert Sacre is overlooked even though he's one of only four Lakers under contract after June — three if you toss out...
  • Lakers' Chris Kaman gets teammates involved in his best game

    Lakers' Chris Kaman gets teammates involved in his best game
    Chris Kaman found time to joke about his best game with the Lakers. The rest of the season, excruciating at worst and challenging at best, melted behind him. He had 28 points, 17 rebounds and six assists in an easy 115-99 victory Sunday over the Phoenix...
  • Every game's an audition for most Lakers players

    MILWAUKEE — It's been a common theme this season, all those Lakers in the last year of their contracts. It can lead to friction — Pau Gasol poked at the selfishness of some teammates after a loss last month in Memphis — and can...