Andrew Bynum foot hurts. Really. It just didn't seem to affect him very much in Friday's win over the Mavs. Bynum scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in over 36 minutes of action.
Known primarily for his defensive prowess and ability to run the court, the young forward has a season-high 15 points in a 114-107 victory over Dallas.
Andrew Bynum, recovering from a small bone chip, is at practice and says he's OK. Coach Phil Jackson is confident but cautious.
Losing to Boston in Finals taught them they had to upgrade defense. Phil Jackson put Kurt Rambis on the case, and his approach, featuring zone principles and keeping ball on one side of court, is paying off.
If Bynum is out for any length of time, the Lakers could call on a former starter.
Andrew Bynum has pain and inflammation in his right foot as a result of a small bone spur that chipped off during the game Tuesday night against New Jersey
As if they weren’t already good enough, the Lakers are just starting to understand how they can be better. More Pau Gasol.
Bryant's numbers are down from MVP season, but it hasn't mattered much in L.A.'s fast start.
There's some interesting stuff from Derek Fisher comparing the Lakers' start this sesaon to their start in 2001-02, when they won their last NBA championship.
Lakers owner Jerry Buss just did an interview on AM 570 that I found pretty interesting...
On behalf of all of us at TLN, have a wonderful Thanksgiving (or un-Thanksgiving) and be sure to find time to express your gratitude to your Los Angeles Lakers.
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Lakers coach knows that not all the news will be positive, even with a successful team.
By now, Yao is a household name and Yi is emerging into the collective conscious of the basketball realm, the question remains: Who is Yue?