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NEW YORK (AP) - The Los Angeles Lakers will play games on the first three nights of the NBA season, the first of 42 back-to-back-to-back sets teams will face during this lockout-shortened season.The NBA announced the compacted, 66-game schedule on Tuesday night, one that will require every team to play ...
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Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss has been hospitalized because of blood clots in his legs.
Team spokesman John Black said Wednesday night that the 77-year-old owner is expected to be released in the next couple of days. Black says the condition was the result of ''excessive travel'' by Buss, who had been in New York recently for NBA lockout negotiations. Black...
Los Angeles Lakers forward Devin Ebanks -- a 2nd round draft pick in 2010 -- is off the hook in an LAPD rape investigation ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... the alleged victim told police Ebanks took her home from a nightclub on…
From Dave McMenamin, ESPNLosAngeles.com:
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Lakers started off a week that promises to be a free-agent frenzy for the league by inviting unrestricted free agent forward Jason Kapono to its practice facilities Monday, a league source confirmed to ESPNLosAngeles.com.
Kapono spent the last two seasons in Philadelphia, where he played a minimal role. He...
Besides opening with three games in three nights, the Lakers will face 17 back-to-back sets during the 66-game lockout-shortened NBA season, three more than they had in 82 games last season.Three games in three days isn't the only potentially problematic pocket in the Lakers' schedule.
From gang hideouts to tanning salons, Lakers fans are buzzing about reports that have their team pursuing both Dwight Howard and Chris Paul.
I'm here to assure Celtics fans that the likelihood of Mitch Kupchak pulling off two mega-deals is remote.
Except there's a massive gap between "want" and "possible." Put aside questions of how much all this...
NBA schedule to be released Tuesday has them playing on season's first three nights, vs. Chicago, at Sacramento and vs. Utah, all without Andrew Bynum. Lakers also are working on signing Jason Kapono.The Lakers aren't officially back together, but a familiar face stopped by their training facility Monday.
Bill Simmons will always be connected to Boston since before he was "The Sports Guy" he was "The Boston Sports Guy." Since moving to Los Angeles, he has received criticism in Boston for becoming less of a Boston sports fan. His columns are almost always entertaining, so I was reading his "Where the hell is Chris Paul going?" piece today and I noticed...
The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to terms with free-agent forward Jason Kapono, according to a league source.