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After Selecting Free Agency Shannon Brown May Not Return to Lakers

One of the biggest questions that will surround the Lakers once the lockout ends is what the roster will look like. Like the beginning of any NBA season, a team's roster will most likely have a couple changes due to free agency or trades. However, this year teams may have to make changes to their rosters in order to adhere to new collective bargaining agreements such as a hard salary cap limitation. Reserve ...

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If Shannon Brown Departs, Who Can the Lakers Replace Him With?

The Lakers acquired Shannon Brown in February 2009 in a trade that sent F Vladimir Radmonivic to Charlotte for Brown and Adam Morrison. The Lakers didn't expect to get too much out of this trade, other than to bolster up the depth of their bench, and to get rid of a player who Phil Jackson often referred to as a "space cadet". In his two and a half years as a Laker, Brown has proved to be much more than jus ...

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5 Things Shannon Brown Needs To Improve to Help Lakers

In the 2009-2010 season, Shannon Brown became an immediate fan favorite for his thrilling dunks and pure athleticism.  Whenver Brown was running down the court during a fast-break, the Staples and at home audience held their breath awaiting what Brown would do with the ball, which he seemed to never disappoint.  Brown provided an exciting spark to the bench and to the Lakers. However, Shannon Brown had a ro ...

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Brown and the Killer B’s Need to Provide a Spark in Game 3

The Los Angeles Lakers head into tonight's game against the Dallas Mavericks in unfamiliar waters, being down 0-2.  The atmosphere in Dallas is going to be extreme.  The Mavericks are not that fond of the Lakers, so beating the Lakers in Los Angeles in two straight games only adds fuel to the fire for Mavericks fans.   Despite reports from some in the basketball community, it isn't over.  I previously state ...

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Game Recap: Lakers 106 – Nuggets 89

1st Quarter With two starters missing it was hard to imagine the Lakers producing a consistent offensive first quarter, and this was definitely the case throughout the first 8 minutes.  There was a lack of consistency that was evident by the inability to get the ball into the post (who can blame them with Mbenga down there).  With a starting lineup that consists of two great low post players, the Lakers wer ...

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Game Recap: Lakers vs. Warriors in the IE

Lakers: 113 Warriors: 107 With only two games following tonight before the NBA pre-season ends for the Lakers, certain things should begin to materialize for this team prior to the ring ceremony vs. the Clippers.  Tonight, the first major shape took form for the Lake Show, the starters looked to finally be in sync.  While the pre-season is great for watching lesser seen role or deep bench players get some s ...

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Road to the Repeat: Viva Las Vegas!

*Injury Update* No Gasol or Walton tonight. Both with minor nagging injuries. After throwing it back to the old school last Friday at the Forum, the Lakers are coming off a pre-season beat down of sorts, losing 110-91 to the Golden State Warriors. Tonight, the Lakers (1-1) are in Las Vegas to take on the (0-2) Sacramento Kings at the Thomas and Mack Arena.  The Kings bring new coach Paul Westphal and a very ...

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Road to the Repeat: Deja Vu- Them Again?

After an impressive showing against the Golden State Warriors in the pre-season opener, the Lakers take on....the Golden State Warriors?  Okay, so back to back games against the same team can be a bit anti-climatic (especially when their best player goes down with an injury in the first two minutes, ie. Monta Ellis).  Regardless, the second part of this battle with the bay is no doubt much more special in t ...

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Road to the Repeat: First Stop – Anaheim

Tonight, in Anaheim, it all begins again.  The Lakers kick off the 2009-2010 campaign with the first of eight pre-season games tonight at the Honda Center versus the Golden State Warriors.  While I tend not to sink much importance into the pre-season match ups (after all they don't count), there is something more exciting about this seasons first game/practice.  Very likely, the excitement stems from the ch ...

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