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April 18, 2012 | By Mike Bresnahan
OAKLAND -- Good day for the Lakers. They beat the short-handed Golden State Warriors, nobody could stop Andrew Bynum, and Kobe Bryant's seven-game run as an unofficial assistant coach probably came to an end. Bynum had 31 points on 12-for-14 shooting as the Lakers plundered the woeful Warriors, 99-87, Wednesday at Oracle Arena. A few hours before the game, Bryant successfully endured a thorough workout that included dozens of shots and full-speed running and jumping exercises that produced no pain in his sore left shin.
February 15, 2012
Clippers tonight vs. Washington When: 7:30. Where: Staples Center. On the air: TV: FS West; Radio: 980, 1330. Records: Clippers 17-9, Wizards 6-22. Record vs. Wizards: 1-0. Update: The Clippers beat the Wizards by 26 points 12 days ago at the start of a six-game trip. Blake Griffin came within two assists of a triple-double without playing in the fourth quarter. He had 21 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists. The Wizards have the third-worst record in the NBA. John Wall is the starting point guard and former USC star Nick Young is the starting shooting guard.
February 4, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
The Clippers' game Saturday against the hapless Washington Wizards was both the end of a brutal five-game week and the start of a six-game, 10-day trip. And the easiest part of the difficult week and the softest part of this road schedule against the Wizards made for a successful ending and start for the Clippers. They dominated the Wizards in a 107-81 victory at the Verizon Center, improving their road record to 4-4. And they survived last week's schedule of five games in seven days with a 4-1 record.
August 18, 2011 | By Jeannine Stein, Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog
Oreo fans, are you sitting down? Arriving in stores as we speak is the new Triple Double Oreo cookie. That's right, we said Triple Double, as in three layers of cookie, one layer of original creme and one layer of chocolate creme. The calorie count on this Big Mac of sugary treats? About 100 per cookie with 1.5 grams of saturated fat. An original Oreo weighs in at about 50 calories per cookie. We're not sure if this is part of a bigger-is-better cookie trend -- after all, Oreos also come in 100-calorie Thin Crisps packs, although those lack the creme filling.
May 10, 2011 | By Kirstin Jackson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Cheeses whose creamy centers give like a soft-serve cone on a hot day will always have dates to the cheese prom. The spreadable, sweet demeanor of crèmes leads to instant popularity, and their snowy rinds and plush interiors make them some of the best-looking wheels around. But even cheeses made of pure decadence and cream, whose presence can elicit sighs like Jake Gyllenhaal appearing shirtless in the "Prince of Persia," can bore. Talk to a cheesemonger who has been sampling Brillat Savarin or Fromage D'Affinois to customers for years, and you'll likely be met with a resigned sigh or shrug of the shoulders.
March 23, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
One suggestion for the next time the Clippers and Wizards happen to run into each other on the court: How about simplifying things, reducing the issue to two on two? Or maybe they could simply start with overtime. The Wizards could feature dunking impresario JaVale McGee and sensational rookie point guard John Wall. And for the Clippers, it would be sensational rookie power forward Blake Griffin and point guard Mo Williams. (No Kia required.) That would be preferable after Wednesday's painstaking, often painful-looking game, a 127-119 double-overtime victory for the Clippers over the road-challenged Wizards at Staples Center that featured the first triple-double of Griffin's career ?
March 19, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Blake Griffin came within two rebounds and two assists of a triple-double, scoring 30 points, in the Clippers' 100-92 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. He made sure to give recognition to the human assist: shooting guard Eric Gordon. Gordon, who was playing his first game since March 5 because of a sprained right wrist, had 29 points and five assists, making six three-pointers. "Physically, him being out there just changes the game for us," said Griffin, who had eight rebounds and eight assists.
March 19, 2011
Watch out for fans with cakes Charlotte Coach Paul Silas , on Kwame Brown , who averaged 9-9 and shot 54% in January, before sliding to 7-7 and 42% since: "I'm so excited for him. He's been much maligned in this league. Now he's playing up to his potential. " And it helps if one is Durant Cleveland Coach Byron Scott , on emulating Oklahoma City's rebuilding program: "You've got to admire the way they've done it, no doubt about that. It's nothing that's going to happen overnight.
January 5, 2011
Rajon Rondo had 22 assists, 12 points and 10 rebounds for his 11th career triple-double, adding six steals to help the Boston Celtics beat the San Antonio Spurs, 105-103, on Wednesday night in Boston. It's the first time this season that the Spurs (29-6), who still have the best record in the NBA, have lost consecutive games. Ray Allen scored 31 points for Eastern Conference-leading Boston (27-7), but he missed a pair of free throws with 8.1 seconds left and the Celtics up by two. After a timeout, Manu Ginobili worked down the clock and put up a shot that was blocked by Paul Pierce and pulled down by Rondo for his 10th rebound.
November 7, 2010 | By Mike Bresnahan
OK, so it wasn't Miami. Or Boston. Or even Orlando. But the Portland Trail Blazers were supposed to pose some sort of threat to the Lakers' undefeated record against largely underwhelming teams. It didn't happen. In fact, it wasn't close. Pau Gasol had 20 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, and the Lakers continued to beat up on their opponents ? good, bad or otherwise ? with a 121-96 victory Sunday night over Portland at Staples Center. The Lakers led by 22 at halftime, improved to 7-0 for only the fifth time in franchise history and even got their starters some needed rest.
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