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April 24, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Too many issues surround the Lakers. How will the Lakers absorb Metta World Peace's seven-game suspension? Will Andrew Bynum's aggressiveness become consistent? How will the Lakers look in the playoffs with a bench featuring Devin Ebanks and Jordan Hill? The Lakers will soon find out how well they manage all those uncertainties. But here's a dosage of good news: the Lakers officially have the No. 3 seeding in the Western Conference. Now don't expect the Lakers to hang their 23rd Pacific Division title banner in the Staples Center rafters after the Clippers lost Tuesday in Atlanta.
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October 27, 2012 | By Eric Pincus
Once again Kobe Bryant sat out Lakers practice Saturday with a bruised foot. Once again he watched practice and received treatment. Will he make it opening night Tuesday at Staples Center against the Dallas Mavericks? "I don't know," said Coach Mike Brown. "It wouldn't surprise me if he did. " Bryant hurt the foot last Sunday in a preseason game against the Sacramento Kings, sitting out the final two exhibitions as the Lakers went 0-8. Teammate Pau Gasol echoed Brown's sentiment.
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August 13, 2012 | By Mark Medina
Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss deserve a vacation. A long and relaxing one. The Lakers announced Jodie Meeks and Devin Ebanks signed with the Lakers on Monday, making their roster pretty much complete. The team now has 14 players  under contract. They field a star-studded starting lineup in Dwight Howard, Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, Pau Gasol and Metta World Peace. They added critical reserve pieces in Antawn Jamsion and Jordan Hill. With Meeks signing a two-year, $3-million deal, the Lakers acquired a definitive backup shooting guard who could lower Bryant's minutes and provide needed outside shooting.
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April 25, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
Doc Rivers, the straight-shooting coach of the Celtics, has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for his criticism of the referees following Game 2 of Boston's playoff series against the New York Knicks, who have a 2-0 lead following an 87-71 victory Wednesday night. Rivers is candid in giving his responses to questions, and evidently league officials didn't like how he answered when asked about Celtics center Kevin Garnett's drawing two fouls in an 18-second span a little more than three minutes into the game.
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March 6, 2012 | By Mark Medina
-- Sports Illustrated's Sam Amick reports that "Minnesota General Manager David Kahn Minnesota is still attempting to land Gasol, and that push is likely to continue all the way until the deadline. "  -- The Times' Mike Bresnahan explains why the Lakers have improved their play. -- The Orange County Register's Janis Carr focuses on Andrew Goudelock's progression as a rookie. -- The Detroit Free Press' Vince Ellis talks to Tayshaun Prince about winning the 2004 NBA Finals against the Lakers.
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April 14, 2013 | By Mike Bresnahan and Broderick Turner
Everybody ready for the Lakers' starting backcourt of Steve Blake and Jodie Meeks? Which means Steve Nash will not play Sunday against San Antonio. The Lakers don't have many other options for their starting guards. Kobe Bryant will miss his first game since sustaining a torn left Achilles' tendon and Nash will be sidelined a seventh game because of a strained hamstring. "He feels a little bit better today, not good enough to go [tonight]," Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni said of Nash.
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June 28, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
General Manager Mitch Kupchak confirmed Thursday that the Lakers will not be extending qualifying offers to free agents Darius Morris, Andrew Goudelock and Devin Ebanks. All three will hit July as unrestricted free agents. Earlier in the week, the Lakers gave center Robert Sacre a qualifying offer of $988,872 -- making him a restricted free agent. Kupchak noted that he had asked Morris to join the Lakers' summer league team in Las Vegas in July. The Lakers may still look to bring back the 6-foot-4 guard, but on a cheaper contract than the $1.2 million required to make him restricted.
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August 7, 2012 | By Mark Medina
This is the 24th post in a series focusing on this year's free-agent class. Player: Tracy McGrady Former team: Atlanta Hawks Type of free agent: Unrestricted Positives: Let's be realistic, Tracy McGrady's nowhere near the prime of his career when he was a seven-time All-Star and two-time league scoring leader. The 33-year-old may have averaged a career-low 5.3 points in 16.1 minutes last season with the Atlanta Hawks. But McGrady still has value.
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August 24, 2012 | By Mark Medina
A day has passed since Kobe Bryant turned 34, but that's hardly going to prevent friends and Lakers fans from showering him with gifts. Of course, the NBA's Larry O'Brien championship trophy remains the best present Bryant would ever want, even if he already has five of them. But no one can buy that. Not even Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss. They may have built a championship-contending roster by acquiring Dwight Howard and Steve Nash, but the Lakers still have to play together. So that puts the onus on Bryant's friends and fans to come up with different gift ideas, if they haven't already.
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July 18, 2012 | By Mark Medina
This is the 11th post in a series focusing on this year's free-agent class. Player: Courtney Lee Former team: Houston Rockets Type of free agent: Unrestricted Positives: Lee represents everything the Lakers need as a backup shooting guard. He's young (27). He's deadly from three-point range, hovering just over 40% from downtown in three of his four NBA seasons. His hustle on defense fits Mike Brown's vision in that area pretty well. Add these qualities together, and it's likely Lee could assume some pretty significant minutes off the bench.
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