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Derek Fisher is the new coach of the Sparks

Los Angeles Times (Blake Richardson) — Former Lakers point guard Derek Fisher is going to be the next head coach of the Los Angeles Sparks, the team announced Wednesday. Fisher, who helped the Lakers win five NBA titles, was the head coach of the New York Knicks from 2014 to 2016. He played for the Lakers in 12 of his first 14 seasons...
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Best Game Ever: Jamal Crawford's lights-out night at MSG

Los Angeles Times (Dan Woike) — Dan Woike asked NBA players to tell us about the best game in their basketball career. This week: Jamal Crawford. Jan. 26, 2007: Knicks 116, Heat 96 The three-time sixth man of the year used to pack gyms in Seattle as a high schooler and he’s put on some legendary performances in the city’s summer...
  • 26 days ago
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Kevin Durant comes to town and Clippers hope he'll make it his home

Los Angeles Times (Andrew Greif) — The day Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors traveled to New York this season, a billboard was raised near Madison Square Garden. “Can you make NY sports great again?” it read, over a depiction of Durant in an unlabeled — but unmistakably Knicks — blue and orange jersey. There is no indication...
  • 32 days ago
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Lakers rookie Moe Wagner to sit out the preseason because of a knee contusion

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — Lakers rookie Moe Wagner will sit out the entire preseason as he continues to recover from a knee injury he suffered in July during the Las Vegas Summer League. Wagner injured his left knee July 10 when the Lakers played the New York Knicks at the Thomas & Mack Center. He walked without a limp...
  • 75 days ago
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Lakers rookie Moe Wagner will sit out the rest of Summer League after bruising left knee

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — Lakers center Moe Wagner bruised his left knee during Tuesday night’s Las Vegas Summer League game against the New York Knicks. An MRI exam Wednesday confirmed the extent of the injury and Wagner will sit out the rest of the games. The Lakers will play at least two more games. They will play the...
  • 155 days ago
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Five takeaways from the Clippers' 128-105 win over the New York Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — Here are five things we learned from the Clippers’ 128-105 victory over the New York Knicks on Friday: 1. DeAndre Jordan started strong for the Clippers. He had 14 first-quarter points, tied for the most points in a quarter during his 10-year career. Jordan completed his night with a double-double...
  • 285 days ago
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Clippers get second wind, clobber Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — The game was supposed to be a challenging one for the Clippers in the sense that the New York Knicks are an NBA team. But the Knicks are reeling, entering Friday having lost 10 of 11 games and star Kristaps Porzingis to a season-ending injury. So the Clippers might not have expected to find themselves...
  • 286 days ago
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Alex Caruso making most of his time with Lakers, scoring career-high nine points in 127-107 win over Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — Alex Caruso keeps a tally of the number of days he’s played with the Lakers in his notes folder on his phone. There’s an expiration date on his time in the NBA. On a two-way contract, he can play 45 days with the Lakers and must spend the rest of his time with the South Bay Lakers, the team’s development-league...
  • 326 days ago
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Five takeaways from the Lakers' 95-92 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — We’ve referred to many of the games the Lakers have played in the past few weeks as winnable. If they made just three of the 13 free throws they missed against the Warriors on Monday, they would have won. They took the Knicks to overtime and could have taken that game. But when discussing Saturday...
  • 354 days ago
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