Found January 26, 2012 on
The battle for Los Angeles continued Wednesday night as the Lakers bested the Clippers 96-91. The win could not come at a better time for the Lakers as they had previously dropped three straight to Miami, Orlando and Indiana.
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The battle for LA, Lakers vs. Clippers or, Lob City vs. the Lake show, the hallway series. Whatever name you have for it, understand that this is becoming a real rivalry. The Lakers took this one to stop a 3-game losing streak 96-91. Pau Gasol scored 23 Points and 10 Rebounds and even got a little [...]
The Lakers beat the Clippers Wednesday night at Staples Center 96-91 and things were testy. Six technical fouls were assessed and much more trash talk was exchanged. The teams even were at it after the game.
Chris Paul, who returned from a hamstring injury to dish 12 assists, was pretty livid about losing. You could see him mouthing to Kobe after the game that Pau Gasol was soft...
Kobe Bryant scored 12 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, Pau Gasol had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit for a 96-91 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night in another testy edition of their cross-hallway rivalry.
Andrew Bynum scored 19 points to help the Lakers snapped their three-game skid with their...
Kobe Bryant netted 24 points to go with seven rebounds and six assists as the Lakers squeaked past the Clippers, 96-91 in the second round of the battle of Los Angeles at Staples Center.
Blake Griffin's dunking skills garner most of the attention but (unlike certain centers who play for the Orlando Magic whose names rhyme with Schmite Boward) Griffin has also spent plenty of time working on his low post game and developing some moves to increase his scoring chances. This double-clutch reverse over Andrew Bynum is a perfect example of the evolution of Griffin...
Prospective ownership groups led by former Dodgers manager Joe Torre and former Los Angeles Lakers great and basketball Hall of Famer Magic Johnson are among at least eight finalists in the bidding to become the next owners of the Dodgers, according to a report by The Los Angeles Times on Friday.