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  • Lakers vs. Spurs: Lakers pummel San Antonio, 99-83

     
    Th e Lakers came up with their biggest victory of the season, thumping the Spurs, 99-83, in front of a stunned, silent crowd at AT&T Center. Kobe Bryant had 26 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Pau Gasol had 21 points and Andrew Bynum continued his...
  • Rival centers and the Lakers title run

     
    Anyone looking ahead to a Lakers-Celtics rubber match in June should know that Shaquille O’Neal turned 39 on Sunday. Yes, Shaq, is the NBA’s oldest player. When Celtics GM Danny Ainge traded Kendrick Perkins to the Thunder he also rolled the...
  • Spurs forward Tim Duncan injures ankle, will not play next three games

     
    San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan has injured his ankle and will not play the next three games. The star player injured himself in the first quarter while playing the Golden State Warriors on Monday evening. In a news release......
  • Sacramento mayor says Kings' relocation effort like 'slow death'

     
    Kevin Johnson, the former NBA guard who's now Sacramento's mayor, said on his blog that the Sacramento Kings' overtures to moving to Anaheim's Honda Center is "like a slow death," but encouraged citizens to rally for "a new beginning." Johnson......
  • Lakers facing different circumstances than at the end of last season

     
    Taped on the marker board in the Lakers' locker room are the NBA standings. On the TV in the same room there's usually another NBA game that players gaze at in between interviews, treatments and pregame shooting routines. They serve as the perfect...
  • Caught in the Web: Lakers with a chance to surpass San Antonio in the Western Conference standings

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan looks at what the Lakers would need to do to secure first place in the Western Conference standings. --The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding explains that the Lakers clinching the Pacific Division would serve as the first...
  • Lakers lack proper energy and execution in 95-90 loss to Denver Nuggets

     
    Making his way toward the player's lounge, Lakers forward Lamar Odom stopped in midstep. The images of Kenyon Martin's put-back of a missed free throw over Odom with 11 seconds left that cemented the Lakers' 95-90 loss Sunday to the Denver Nuggets couldn'...
  • Lakers Moments: Derek Fisher and the .4 second shot

     
    He shoots, he scores: The Lakers' Derek Fisher celebrates his miraculous shot with 0.4 remaining in the 2004 playoff game as San Antonio's Manu Ginobili points to the clock. Fisher has won five championships with the Lakers and made many......
  • How would the Lakers match up with San Antonio in the playoffs?

     
    This is the last thing the Lakers should be reading or discussing. They're in the midst of a five-game losing streak. They aren't even sure whether they'll finish as a No. 2 seed or drop down to No. 4. And they've demonstrated such a riddling amount of...
  • Caught in the Web: Lakers prepare for San Antonio Spurs

     
    --The Times' Mike Bresnahan highlights the Lakers' confident attitude and mentions that Kobe Bryant's technical foul from Sunday's game against Oklahoma City was rescinded. --NBA.com's David Aldridge picks Lakers forward Lamar Odom as the NBA's sixth...
  • Lakers' injury list exacerbates concerns over play following 102-93 victory over San Antonio Spurs

     
    Folding his arms across his knees and burying his head down, Lakers center Andrew Bynum sat on the court. He had just lost his balance while trying to track down San Antonio Spurs forward DeJuan Blair, a sequence that caused his left knee to slip...
  • Steve Blake and Matt Barnes' absences are surprises; Trey Johnson joins the Lakers

     
    Steve Blake's absence for the Lakers' game tonight against San Antonio came unexpected because it's unusual for an adult to get the chickenpox. "We haven't gone through the team yet and checked," Lakers Coach Phil Jackson said. "But we'll be going through...