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Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss was recovering in a hospital Tuesday after treatment for dehydration, a team spokesman said.
''He is recovering and is expected to be released soon,'' spokesman John Black said in a statement.
The team did not release any additional details of the 78-year-old Buss' condition, when the dehydration occurred or the identity of the hospital. The hospitalization was first reported by TMZ.com.
Buss was hospitalized last December because of blood clots in his legs. At the time, Black said the condition was the result of ''excessive travel'' by Buss, who was involved in negotiations to end the NBA lockout.
Since Buss took ownership in 1979, the storied franchise has won 10 NBA titles.
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PHOENIX It was not quite an over-my-dead-body moment.
But it was close.
Steve Nash wanted to be traded to the Los Angeles Lakers?
When we first heard it, we had the same reaction that probably everybody in this community had, which was a visceral reaction that says, No way. Were not going to do that, Suns president of basketball operations Lon Babby said here Wednesday.
The Rockets would acquire Andrew Bynum while sending a package of future draft picks and cap-friendly contracts to Orlando.