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Kobe Bryant, who plays for the second-best NBA team in town, said he hasn't seen the Clippers but he's impressed by what he knows about them. "Going down the roster, it's like a Who's Who," he said. For the Lakers, winless and painfully turnover-prone...
Chris Paul acknowledged that he's stumped. He can't figure out a nickname for Jamal Crawford that does the veteran guard justice. "Not 'The Microwave' because that doesn't really stay hot," Paul said. Definitely not befitting of Crawford, who led all...
Tags: Sports, Basketball, Ronny Turiaf, Grant Hill, Lamar Odom
Looks like L.A. is going to need a few more paparazzi. You can't stroll Venice Beach or sit down to bacon-wrapped monkfish at Spago without spotting a superstar Laker or Clipper in the nation's new basketball capital. Here comes Dwight Howard, the...
Tags: Kurt Rambis, Sports, Dwight Howard, Kobe Bryant, Grant Hill
The Lakers and Clippers will play many dramatic, high-caliber games against each other this season and will bring fans at Staples Center to their feet with a parade of dunks and alley-oops and the sheer brilliance of their superstar-stuffed lineups....
After 12 NBA seasons and with a firm reputation as a pure shooter, Clippers guard Jamal Crawford tried something during the off-season he had never done before. He practiced shooting. It's astonishing to think that Crawford, who is the NBA's career...
Tags: Sports, Basketball, Ronny Turiaf, Labor Legislation, Labor Day
It hasn't taken long for Nate Robinson to make an impression on his new Bulls teammates. "Nate's a real (jerk)," Joakim Noah said with a smile this week. "But we need (jerks), so it's good." Welcome to the unofficial leader of the Bench Mob, version 2....
The Clippers stayed in-house and named Gary Sacks, a longtime player personnel and scouting executive, as their vice president of basketball operations to succeed the departed Neil Olshey. Sacks is entering his 19th season with the Clippers and spent the...
When Blake Griffin suffered a knee injury July 11, he acknowledged that he was "a little bit" worried that it was serious. He had sustained torn cartilage in his left knee, the same knee that prevented him from playing his rookie year and hobbled him...
Tribune reporterThus far, the Chicago Bulls' free agency pursuit has played out in very similar fashion to that of last offseason. When the lockout ended last December, the Bulls held conversations with multiple free agent wing players -- Caron Butler, Jason Richardson,...
Tags: Sports, Basketball, Derek Fisher, Courtney Lee, Kirk Hinrich
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Less than six weeks have passed since Derrick Rose had surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. At that point, team physician Brian Cole — who performed the surgery — said Rose would be sidelined for eight to 12...
Jimmer, Rubio look good K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Every NBA season presents surprises, but the fact Jimmer Fredette is more than just a shooter has to rank up there for this crazy campaign. Fredette still makes rookie mistakes, but his decision-...
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