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Video: Pau Gasol Bloodies Eye After Collision With Miles Plumlee

Finishing up their short two-game road trip, the Los Angeles Lakers were in Phoenix to take on the Suns Monday night. Playing their third game without Kobe Bryant, the Lakers were looking to avenge their loss to the Suns just two weeks ago. As was the case against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, the Lakers performance in the third quarter was unbelievably poor. Offensive rebounds and three-pointers c ...

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Shootaround Report: Injury Plagued Lakers Host The Timberwolves

The Los Angeles Lakers are back home tonight hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves after a four-game road trip ended in a win against the Memphis Grizzlies, but also the loss of their superstar. Bryant is expected to miss six weeks with an injury he suffered to his left knee in the game against Memphis. With Nash, Blake and Farmar out, Bryant became the fourth guard to go down with injury this season, leaving ...

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Lakers News: In Need Of A Point Guard, Lakers Sign Kendall Marshall

Desperate for a point guard with the injuries to Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Jordan Farmar, the Los Angeles Lakers signed former Phoenix Suns lottery pick Kendall Marshall. Marshall was playing for the Delaware 87ers in the NBA Development League, averaging 19.7 points and 9.6 assists per game. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports was the first to report the Lakers signed the former North Caroli ...

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Lakers News: Mike D’Antoni Discusses Chemistry And Positive Play

The Lakers reached .500 with their win over the Sacramento Kings and now find themselves riding a three-game winning streak. Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni had nothing but praise after the win, where the Lakers led by as many as 18 points in the second half. The win improved their record to 7-7 this season, the same record through 14 games as last season. According to Serena Winters of LakersNation, D'Anto ...

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Lakers Need To Utilize Steve Nash While Their Offense Evolves

Last season, Lakers head coach Mike Brown opted to go with the "Kobe System" while his team was still figuring out the then-new offense. It didn't quite work out smoothly, as Kobe scored 40 or more points in the first four games and the Lakers split those contests. The trend continued as Kobe was the sole facilitator for the Lakers, and the team struggled offensively all season. This off-season, coach Brown ...

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A Look at How Dwight Howard Makes the Lakers Better

By now you must be sick of hearing about the news that Dwight Howard is coming to the Lakers in a massive four-team trade that was submitted on Thursday night, putting a conclusion to months of speculation about whether or not the All-World center would be moved from the Orlando Magic. Now officially a Laker, the player known as Superman, will torment the NBA alongside a cast that includes arguably the grea ...

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Are The Lakers’ Off-Season Upgrades Enough for a Championship?

The Lakers have (somewhat) quietly made some huge additions this off-season, but are they significant enough to bring in the franchise's 17th championship? Let's take a look at what's been done so far, and how it will affect the Lake Show next season. First, the Lakers drafted guard Darius Johnson-Odom and center Robert Sacre. However, it is unlikely that either will get significant playing time during the ...

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Metta World Peace: Here To Stay, And It’s A Good Thing

As Mike Bresnahan of The Times reports, the Lakers chose not to waive Metta World Peace via the "amnesty" provision introduced under the new collective bargaining agreement this off-season. I, for one, think this is a good move for the Lakers, and here's why: Financially, yes, the Lakers will be hit with a luxury tax this year. But, at the same time, they wouldn't have been able to realistically replace Met ...

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Team USA Men’s Basketball Schedule 2012

Since I know a lot of you want to follow Team USA throughout the 2012 London Olympics, and more specifically the Lakers' own Kobe Bryant, I took the liberty of putting together the Team USA schedule for the exhibition and preliminary rounds. And since the official Team USA schedule was a bit confusing and only denoted in "local time," I also took the liberty of converting the times into Laker time (PST). Wi ...

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Lakers Give Up Another Lead, Go Down 3-1 Against Thunder

The Los Angeles Lakers let yet another game slip away from them in this series, and lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder 103-100. The Lakers took a 29-24 lead early on, behind 10 points apiece from Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum. In the second, the Lakers maintained the pressure, and entered halftime with a 56-46 lead. Bryant had 16 points and four assists by halftime while Andrew Bynum had 14 points, seven rebo ...

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