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Lamar commits fouls of frustration, plays fewer minutes.
Shaquille O'Neal had a conversation with the Sacramento Bee's Scott Howard-Cooper, which included some amazing insight about all that bickering with Kobe Bryant back in his Laker days.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, the Lakers have many reasons to give thanks.
Seven of their next eight games are at home, and only three of them are against teams with winning records. But there isn't complacency on the team.
The veteran knows it's a long season, so he remains on an even keel despite the team's fast start.
It was the perfect metaphor for the Lakers' perfect start: a dagger 3-pointer by Kobe Bryant, with James Posey right in his grill, that staved off a New Orleans comeback and gave the Lakers a 93-86 win over the Hornets.
Although team owner Jerry Buss says the job is his as long as he wants it, the Lakers' 63-year-old coach is making no promises beyond this season.
He shuts down Dallas' Dirk Nowitzki in the second half, a key part of the Lakers' come-from-behind victory.
This season, every Lakers game will be telecast live.
The blogosphere has created any number of fancy-schmancy explanations for the Lakers’ 5-0 start.
With Veterans Day coming up, Lakers Examiner thought it would be appropriate to recognize some Laker veterans whose impact may not have been as obvious.
He might be a stealth player, but Trevor Ariza is showing up exactly where L.A. needs him this season.
Owner says he'll pay what it takes, in salary and luxury taxes, to keep the team in championship contention. Retaining Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson is a priority.