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Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has leukemia
Lakers Coach Phil Jackson looking to limit Derek Fisher's minutes
Kobe Bryant: On output vs. effort | Lakers Blog | Los Angeles Times
The OC Register:

The best way to defend Kobe in the post

First double-double doesn’t faze Mbenga
LA Daily News:

Lakers' Gasol left frustrated over injury


Bynum to practice Tuesday, Pau ... not so much

The Debut of Laker Stats Orgy! - Silver Screen and Roll

     -A step-by-step explanation of the statistical measures we use at SS&R. Involves math, but nothing terribly hard!
Forum Blue And Gold " Fast Break Thoughts
Kobe's contract extension on hold | Truth&Rumors | FanNation
In The Paint: Early Season Analysis — So Far, So Good | The Lakers Nation

Can the Lakers Really Start 20-1? | Lakers of Fire

     -Believe it or not, Reggie Miller's prediction of a 20-1 start for the Lakers might actually be a reality.
To Play and Play in L.A. - By J.A. Adande - ESPN
Comprehensive thoughts on the Laker's season thus far - Silver Screen and Roll
Video: Kobe Bryant on TBS' premiere of 'Lopez Tonight' - Ball Don't Lie - NBA - Yahoo! Sports

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  • McGrady planning Nov. 18 return - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
  • Mac back next week? He thinks so. Rockets don't | NBA | - Houston Chronicle
    "This time, the Rockets get to have a say about decisions about the Rockets. Last season, when Tracy McGrady decided to have microfracture knee surgery, ending his season, the Rockets found out by watching television. They thought they sort of deserved to play a part in the decision-making, particularly since they were paying him roughly $20 million and their doctors had said for months that he could play his way back into being a star player. But it was his body, and his decision.... A season later, however, he clearly has not learned from the experience, or simply does not care if the Rockets object to his announcements.... Then on Monday, in an email to Yahoo! Sports, he said he would play next Wednesday. The problem with that was that Rockets general manager Daryl Morey had already said on Monday that nothing had changed in McGrady's timetable, that he won't play until the team considers him to be 100 percent and that he would need to be checked out in a full practice before he will be permitted to play a game."
    (Hat tip to Ball Don't Lie)


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