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  • Lakers' 108-102 loss isn't real story as Jason Collins makes history

    The well-chronicled failures of the Lakers were pushed aside for a day, mercifully their fans would say, as national media members converged on Staples Center to cover Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player. He came out in a Sports Illustrated...
  • Lakers' Week 20 in review

    Lakers' Week 20 in review
    For the Lakers in Week 20, what happened off the court was far more interesting than the road losses against the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs. It wasn't surprising that the team fell to the top teams in the NBA on successive nights. ...
  • Rex Chapman expects John Calipari to be Kentucky coach next season

    Rex Chapman expects John Calipari to be Kentucky coach next season
    Where will John Calipari be coaching next season?  Will he leave the Kentucky Wildcats to join the Lakers? "I still think Kentucky," said Rex Chapman on "The Dan Patrick Show" on Tuesday. Chapman started a firestorm on Monday, tweeting that Calipari...
  • Steve Nash returns, but Lakers still lose to Wizards, 117-107

    Steve Nash returns, but Lakers still lose to Wizards, 117-107
    Reinforcements arrived for the Lakers at a time when they could exchange their entire roster for the Western Conference All-Stars and it wouldn't matter. Their season is pretty much done. On the bright side, Steve Nash may not be. The veteran...
  • Lakers' Ryan Kelly works to secure a spot on the team and in league

    Lakers' Ryan Kelly works to secure a spot on the team and in league
    The Lakers aren't going anywhere this season, and Ryan Kelly might not be either. For Kelly, that would be a good thing. It would mean he's still in the NBA. A late second-round pick out of Duke in last year's draft, the 6-foot-11 power forward wasn't...
  • Lakers' Ryan Kelly to start Sunday against Toronto

    Lakers' Ryan Kelly to start Sunday against Toronto
    TORONTO — Ryan Kelly stopped walking down the hallway at Staples Center during a recent chat, a look of concern spreading across his face. He took several quick, long steps and knocked on some wood paneling. He had just been asked about his...
  • Lakers again make history in 143-107 loss to Minnesota

    MINNEAPOLIS — The Lakers managed to make it to Friday's game from their hotel directly across the street. It was their only victory of the day. They certainly didn't do anything after arriving at Target Center, suffering their largest loss in 25...
  • Lakers may not have enough in their 'tank'

    Lakers may not have enough in their 'tank'
    This certainly wasn't part of the plan. Not that the Lakers officially had one — Tank Option A? Tank Option B? — but they were merrily drifting toward rebuild mode with a nice, comfy spot in the draft lottery thanks to all these injuries....
  • After many breakdowns, a four-day break for Lakers

    After many breakdowns, a four-day break for Lakers
    These four-day breaks used to be the ones the Lakers loved, whether they came late in the regular season or after knocking out another playoff opponent. Now they're merely called prolonging the inevitable. The Lakers don't play again until Wednesday...
  • Lakers fade in second half of 104-92 loss to Pacers

    Lakers fade in second half of 104-92 loss to Pacers
    The Lakers competed for a half against the NBA's top team, but the Indiana Pacers easily pulled away to win, 104-92. David West led the Pacers with 19 points. Both Lance Stephenson and Roy Hibbert notched double-doubles. Stephenson scored 15 points with...
  • Clippers turn rout of Lakers into a romper room

    Clippers turn rout of Lakers into a romper room
    The Lakers would have been so incredibly happy Thursday if NBA games lasted only six minutes. They would have beaten the Clippers by three after charging to a quick lead and getting DeAndre Jordan in early foul trouble. Predictably though, reality...
  • Lakers have firsts of the wrong type piling up

    DENVER -- The specter of ugly history flew over the Lakers again, opened its mouth and dropped more basketball sludge on this wreck of a season. The Lakers followed up their worst loss in team history by getting swept by the Denver Nuggets for the first...