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by therealdeal at 9:51 AM
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The Lakers have had back-to-back injury riddled seasons. The year we had Dwight Howard we were still riddled with injuries. Antawn Jamison missed time, Hill missed time, Dwight obviously missed time, Kobe missed the end of the season...

Last year the Lakers went through not just one of the franchise's worst injury-riddled seasons, but one of the worst in NBA history. There was a game where we didn't have enough players to finish the game after Sacre fouled out...

When is it time to start pointing fingers at our training staff? When is it time to start placing blame on the trainers, therapists, and physicians that advice and counsel our players? Gary is clearly a bright man and he's been around the block, but is it maybe time for him to move on? Clearly something is not right here.

Maybe it's just time we added people to the staff to help out? The Lakers aren't hurting for money. Why don't they throw the kitchen sink at the training staff in Phoenix? There needs to be movement in...
by southbaylakers72 at 1:31 PM
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For anyone who saw the mid 2nd QTR on last night against Utah. Regardless of why it happened, was it me or did it seem like the players on the floor were actually defending pursuant to some kind of 'scheme' and actually a 'plan?'

I blinked my eyes a couple of times watching Price step out to defend and then see helpers coming with rotations down to baseline that felt like I was watching Horry, Fox, Fish, Kobe out there. I know it wasn't but did anyone else see that?
by Barnstable at 9:08 AM
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"Jeremy Lin takes sane approach to his opportunity with the Lakers

If you ever meet Jeremy Lin, don't bring up the "L" word.

He doesn't like it. Definitely tries to create distance from it.

That wild run in New York might as well have happened three decades, not three seasons, ago.

The Lakers guard now considers himself more Linteresting than Linsanity, in case you missed his online spoof of the debonair man in the popular beer commercial.

He'd rather be known as a hard worker than a flash-in-the-Big-Apple-pan who once had 38 points and seven assists against the Lakers in a frenzied, unbelievably overjoyed Madison Square Garden.

Lin was never arrogant — too much time in the Development League and too many appearances on the waiver wire took care of that — but the trek from...
by sirronstuff at 12:21 AM
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This sounds like BS to me.