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The Los Angeles Kings have placed defenseman Alec Martinez on injured reserve retroactive to Feb. 9.
Can’t forget Kevin Durant. Reigning MVP. Another killer like MJ & Kobe. Some will say LeBron. Putting on a show tonight w/ 42 vs Warriors.
A few people saying Russell Westbrook is next in line. Might be. I see some MJ/Kobe in Damian Lillard. Cold-blooded w/ game on the line.
Immediately after MJ called it a career in Chicago I got to witness Kobe following in his footsteps in LA. Incredible. Who’s next??
This game was on fleek
Can’t believe how spoiled I’ve been as a basketball fan. Watched the end of Magic’s reign in LA to MJ’s dominance to Kobe Bryant era.
If UCLA gets into the NCAA tournament with that record that devalues the tournament.
Those llamas already have a book deal, a record deal and a reality show slated this fall on Bravo. AK
The one thing I'd love to see the Lakers do a better job of is honoring their HOF coaches like Kundla, Sharman, Riley and Jackson.
Elgin Baylor deserves a statue next and Kobe is a lock to get one after he retires. Everyone else is up for debate.
BScott checked his Instragram for first time this season and couldn't believe how many fans want the team to tank.
1990. Pretending to be Jose Gonzalez or Hubie Brooks for Carson Park Dodgers. Boooo skinny stirrups. http://t.co/7Jvy39rAbQ
Robitaille joins Wayne Gretzky, Magic Johnson, Jerry West, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Chick Hearn & Oscar De La Hoya with Staples Center statues.
Chris Paul on his exchange with James Harden where Paul seemed to indicate Harden flopped: "I don’t remember. I’d have to watch the film."
Advice for Adam Silver: Any city that you have to take a regional jet into does not deserve an NBA team.
If Dodgers' Julio Urias is involved in a pileup at the plate the headline should be Urias heap.
Really though, it's 30 minutes. Not a huge Biden or invasion. And the teams WANTS their players to do it & connect with fans
But, truth be told, they're standing around waiting for the players they need to speak with who mostly avoid the media during availability
Truth be told, a lot of writers are standing around in the lockeroom during availability. I can see why Roberts would think that was weird
The media knows a debate needs to be had on access in the digital age. So let's debate, not dismiss the other sides points outright
Nick Young didn't practice. Only got treatment
Time is the most valuable resource of the 21st Century. That, and a box set of the British version of "The Office."
Houston Chronicle is $2.50 on a Thursday? Folks, we are killing ourselves.
Chris Paul was asked about his exchange with James Harden at the end of the game but said he didn't recall, said he'd have to watch film.
Even after career high, Jordan Clarkson still tasked with taking down teammates nameplates. "Still a rook, man," he said.
Byron Scott said Jordan Hill’s late foul was about as boneheaded as you can do
Jordan Clarkson: 22 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists in 34 minutes. Dante Exum: 3 points, 0 rebounds, 3 assists in 19 minutes.
It's LAL's first road win of 2015, the last one coming at Denver on Dec. 30, 2014.
LAL battled back in this one, down as many as 13, to win 100-97 behind a career-high 22 from Clarkson plus 15 and 10 from Ellington.
Lakers' first road win of 2015...let that sink in. Doubt there will be any celebrating, though
Worthy: "They're on a streak, two in a row. They never stopped." Worthy didn't clap or jog around the TWC studio thought
Lakers win! End 11-game road losing streak! It's a great day for Lakers fans, right?
Favors scores plus a foul w/0:2.2, and tried to miss the FT, but it went down. Sacre to the line with 0:1.2 seconds left. No Jazz time outs.
Lakers had a timeout and should have used it. Instead, Robert Sacre heads to the free-throw line.
The universe owes Hayward a half-court game winner.
Lakers only lead 98-97 as Robert Sacre heads to the free-throw line with 1.2 seconds remaining.
Hill fouls with 2.2 seconds left. Bet BScott told them no fouls.
Derrick Favors has a three-point play opportunity as the Jazz only trail by two with 2.2 seconds remaining.
Jordan Hill must have gotten the tanking memo.
LAL are making their crunch time FT's, Ellington adding 2 to 2 from Hill. 98-94 LAL w/9 seconds left. Utah ball.
Wayne Ellington fortunately makes both free throws as the Lakers regain their four-point lead with 9.3 left.
Lakers players and coaches deserve credit for this: As the season has gone on, despite losing more, they're probably playing harder. BK
Fouling at that point makes no sense.
By Byron Scott deciding to foul, Gordon Hayward makes both free throws and puts pressure on Lakers to make their free throws now.
Jordan Hill puts the Lakers up four, but Byron Scott tells them to foul with 13.7 seconds remaining...
Hill hit the 1st … and the 2nd, with 0:18.7 left, putting LAL up 4.
A lot of missed shots, but Jordan Hill heads to the line in hopes of giving the Lakers a four point lead.