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How Lakers assistant coach's game plan led to rout of Warriors on Christmas
by NBC Sports BayArea
21 Jan 2019 at 5:50pm
How Lakers assistant coach's game plan led to rout of Warriors on Christmas originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Even with an injured LeBron James, the Warriors couldn't come back against the Lakers on Christmas Day, losing 127-101 in a crushing defeat on their home court. The result wasn't just from what happened on the floor, though. It all started with a game plan from Lakers assistant coach Jesse Mermuys.
Watch Steph Curry slip and fall on fastbreak slam dunk try vs. Lakers
by NBC Sports BayArea
22 Jan 2019 at 5:52am
Things went pretty well for the Warriors in the third quarter of their blowout win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Monday. Up by 36 points with just over two minutes to go in the quarter, Stephen Curry had nothing but open space ahead of him. "Back-to-back hilarious plays," Curry told reporters in Los Angeles.
Why LeBron James' MLK Day absence won't affect desire of these Warriors
by NBC Sports BayArea
21 Jan 2019 at 12:10am
The Lakers taking the court Monday at Staples Center to face the defending champion Warriors in the marquee game on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday are not the Lakers the NBA had in mind when they scheduled this game. James sustained a groin strain in the Christmas Day game against the Warriors at Oracle Arena.
Just as LeBron James nears return, Lakers lose Lonzo Ball to ankle sprain for...
by Yahoo Sports
21 Jan 2019 at 12:04am
Lonzo Ball will miss 4-6 weeks with a Grade 3 left ankle sprain suffered during the Los Angeles Lakers' game against the Houston Rockets on Saturday, per Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes. The injury occurred during a collision with Rockets forward James Ennis. Ball was immediately carried off the court by teammates, then taken to a local hospital where X-rays revealed no fractures.
Thompson hits first 10 from 3, Warriors beat Lakers 130-111
by The Associated Press
22 Jan 2019 at 7:57am
Nothing could stop Klay Thompson, certainly not the Lakers' defense. The Golden State Warriors made sure of it, too, setting screens and calling plays for the star guard, who tied an NBA record by making his first 10 attempts from 3-point range on his way to scoring 44 points in a 130-111 victory Monday night. The Warriors equaled a season high with their eighth consecutive victory.
NBA rumors: Rockets trade Carmelo Anthony to Bulls, who will waive him
by NBC Sports BayArea
22 Jan 2019 at 12:24am
NBA rumors: Rockets trade Carmelo Anthony to Bulls, who will waive him originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Houston, we don't have Carmelo. That's according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, who reported on Monday that the Rockets traded Carmelo Anthony to the Chicago Bulls. The deal will not become official until Tuesday, when the NBA's league offices reopen.
Cousins back for more as Warriors play shorthanded Lakers
by STATS/TSX
20 Jan 2019 at 11:40pm
The NBA's most intriguing 15 minutes of the past week belonged to DeMarcus Cousins, who made his Golden State debut like only he could. Cousins and the Warriors now head into a Monday matchup at the Los Angeles Lakers coming off a 112-94 victory Friday night in the same building against the Clippers. Out for just shy of a full year because of an Achilles injury, Cousins used his small window of time on the court to show the Warriors he is ready to deliver exactly what they wanted.
Record-breaking evening 'one of those nights' for Warriors star Thompson
by Omnisport
22 Jan 2019 at 8:42am
Klay Thompson described his record-breaking efforts in the Golden State Warriors' 130-111 triumph over the Los Angeles Lakers as "just one of those nights". The superstar shooting guard drained his first 10 three-point attempts at the Staples Center, the first time a player has achieved such a feat in the NBA. Thompson did not miss from beyond the arc until there was just three minutes and 55 seconds to play in the third quarter.
Lakers expect Rajon Rondo back Thursday as LeBron James continues rehab
by Omnisport
22 Jan 2019 at 4:01pm
LeBron James is unlikely to return for the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, but Rajon Rondo could be back to help Luke Walton's depleted side. Superstar James has missed 14 games since straining his left groin on December 25, with the Lakers going 5-9 since he and Rondo were injured. Head coach Walton says James is making progress but does not foresee him taking to the court against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Pacquiao on the mend after scratched cornea
by AFP
22 Jan 2019 at 1:08am
The eye injury Manny Pacquiao suffered in a unanimous-decision win over Adrian Broner is a scratched cornea, and the Filipino ring icon is already on the mend, a spokesman for Pacquiao's camp said Monday. The New York Daily News had reported that some in Pacquiao's camp feared he had suffered a potentially career-threatening detached retina in beating Broner to retain the World Boxing Association "regular" welterweight world title -- the lesser of two WBA welterweight belts to that of unbeaten US "super champion" Keith Thurman.

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