Found January 02, 2012 on Lakers Blog:
Walton, who served as a temporary assistant at the University of Memphis during the NBA lockout, still corresponds with some players and the Tigers' coach.Reporting from Denver -- Luke Walton has learned that a coach's work is never done.

Kobe Bryant unapologetic after poor shooting night

On the team plane, Mike Brown and Kobe Bryant sat together, re-watched the Lakers' 99-90 loss Sunday to the Denver Nuggets and dissected his six-for-28 shooting performance. Yet, they reached conclusions much different from what even the most casual fan found to be completely obvious. Bryant's initial reaction after watching the film primarily involved the team's...

Lakers C Bynum posts big line in season debut

Andrew Bynum had 29 points and 13 rebounds in his season debut for the Los Angeles Lakers during a 92-89 triumph over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday. The Nuggets had no answer for the seven-footer center, who missed the first four games of the season due to a suspension. Bynum shot 13-of-18 from the field added a pair of blocks as the Lakers moved above .500 for the first time....

Kobe Bryant Is No Longer A Top-10 Player

Even if the NBA didn’t have a lockout this summer. Even if the league wasn’t cramming 66 games into a four month season. Even if the CP3 trade wasn’t vetoed, or the Lakers didn’t jettison Lamar Odom in the aftermath of the veto, one thing was already certain heading into the 2011-12 season. Kobe Bean Bryant [...]

Risers and Fallers: Lakers' Andrew Bynum maturing after suspension

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Bynum returns, leads Lakers over Nuggets

LOS ANGELES - Andrew Bynum provided the Los Angeles Lakers with a powerful performance in his season debut, following...

Recap: LA Lakers vs. Denver

Andrew Bynum returned to the court with a vengeance.

Up next for the Lakers: Sunday at Denver

The Lakers defeated the Nuggets on Saturday, but they have lost four of their last five games in Denver.Time: 5 PST.

Kobe Bryant is going to keep shooting. What did you expect?

Kobe Bryant is still going to be Kobe Bryant when the Lakers take the floor Tuesday against the Rockets. To think that his 6-for-28 shooting night in a loss to Denver Sunday was going to change him was to think that arrests were going to change Lindsay Lohan. Some people are what they are. In…
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