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Darius Morris hasn't seen much action for the Lakers this season—the rookie guard has tallied all of 55 minutes thus far—but you might be seeing more of him after this buzzer-beater in last night's 102-94 loss to the Clippers. That or it was just a fluke. (It was just a fluke.) [NBA TV] More »
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Saturday night’s NBA schedule featured the first of what looks to be an entertaining city series between the Lakers and their Los Angeles counterparts the Clippers. With the addition of Caron Butler, Chauncey Billups and of course point guard Chris Paul the much-improved Clippers were able to take round one of the 3-game season series [...]
“The reports of my demise are greatly exaggerated.” – Kobe Bryant circa last week, er, Mark Twain
Ok Kobe – you’ve cleared it up for all of us (or at least the folks over at ESPN). You are not the 7th best player in the NBA. Now feel free to start passing the ball again to the most dominant twin towers in the NBA. If you decide not to, expect the following to happen:
LOS ANGELES They're not exactly the new kids on the block, but the Los Angeles Clippers claimed a piece of downtown turf Saturday night.
They don't own LA. The town still belongs to the Lakers and Kobe Bryant, but the Clippers made it clear they're not pushovers anymore. Staples Center belongs to them, too, and they intend to protect it.
"We're doing what...
After shooting three for 12 in a lackluster first half, he scores 21 points in the third quarter to finish with 42 in a 102-94 defeat.The Lakers appeared to be finished, and so did Kobe Bryant's streak of consecutive 40-point games.
Derek Fisher hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 3.1 seconds to play and the Los Angeles Lakers survived a dismal offensive game by both teams for a 73-70 victory over the Mavericks on Monday night, snapping Dallas' five-game winning streak.
Derek Fisher hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 3.1 seconds to play and the Los Angeles Lakers survived a dismal offensive game by both teams for a 73-70 victory over the Mavericks on Monday night, snapping Dallas' five-game winning streak. Vince Carter missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer for the defending champion Mavericks, who swept Los Angeles out of the second round of the postseason last...