Los Angeles Lakers

Kobe doing best to stay patient with Lakers
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Two games, two blowouts. Are the Lakers really that bad? Kobe Bryant says no way.

Lakers strive for balance from beyond arc
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The 3-pointer issue first reared its head in the preseason. The league is trending one way, the Los Angeles Lakers another. And after his team essentially eschewed them during their exhibition contests, including going nearly 13 quarters without making one, first-year Lakers coach Byron Scott said he believed prolific 3-pointing offenses don't win NBA championships.

NBA Cold Hard Facts
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Tim Legler breaks down expectations for the Spurs, if the Lakers are the worst team in the West and which Cavs players are being overshadowed.

Thomas Leads Phoenix In Debut
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In his Suns debut, Isaiah Thomas scored 23 points while Kobe Bryant scored 31 for the Lakers as Phoenix beat Los Angeles 119-99.

Suns 119, Lakers 99: Kobe, and little else
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PHOENIX -- Kobe Bryant played the Phoenix Suns here Wednesday ... and, although he's a first-ballot Hall of Famer, he is still but one man. The Suns rolled, and the Los Angeles Lakers have now given up 227 total points in two games this season.

Suns rout Lakers 119-99 despite Kobe's 31 points
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Suns rout Lakers 119-99 despite Kobe's 31 points

Scott: Have to move on from loss of Randle
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PHOENIX -- Shock. Disappointment. Hurt. Los Angeles Lakers coach Byron Scott said his team felt those emotions and more in the wake of Julius Randle suffering a broken leg that the team expects will sideline the rookie forward for the remainder of the season.

Lakers should follow Philly's path
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Chad Ford says the Los Angeles Lakers need to start accumulating assets, and with the season-ending injury to rookie Julius Randle, it's time to take a page out of the Philadelphia 76ers' book and lose big.

Randle Likely Out For Season
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ESPNLosAngeles.com's Baxter Holmes discusses the news of the Lakers expecting Julius Randle to miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured tibia that he suffered in his first NBA game.

Julius Randle likely out for season
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Los Angeles Lakers rookie forward Julius Randle will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery Wednesday to repair a broken leg.

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