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Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson will remain in Los Angeles instead of accompanying the team on its road trip to Portland, due to pain and swelling in his lower right leg caused by plantar fasciitis, it was announced today.
A season that began with Lamar Odom vexed at the possibility of not starting for the first time in his NBA career now nears the finish with the veteran forward lobbying to come off the bench.
Coach and general manager 'did their jobs,' according to Lamar Odom.
Bacon cheeseburger and cheesecake anyone? Lakers All-Star guard Kobe Bryant became ill during the 2002 Western Conference finals against the Kings after ordering those items in Sacramento.
For those of you that don't know, we are in the middle of the inagural NBA Green Week, in which teams will try to inform their fans about how to reduce their "environmental footprints."
The Voice Of The Nation delivers another EXCLUSIVE interview, as Eric Pincus from Hoopsworld.com appears as a special guest in this 37th Podcast, and talks Lakers and the NBA with D-Bricks and G-Small.
After today's practice went well, Andrew Bynum said he plans to play Sunday against the Memphis Grizzlies and April 14 against the Utah Jazz.
The reserves blow much of a 19-point fourth-quarter lead against the Clippers, leaving Phil Jackson upset.
Despite all those overheated Internet accounts, Lakers center's escapades at the Playboy mansion hardly qualify as news, particularly when viewed in the context of the franchise's wild history.
Center says he would like to play against Clippers on Sunday, but Phil Jackson says that's unlikely.
And they're only one game behind Cleveland for NBA's top record after beating Rockets.
It’s Friday, and its time for another Voice of the Nation. David and Greg inform you of all the Laker news in this jam packed show.
Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol lead the way in the fourth quarter as L.A. ends two-game losing streak.