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  1. The Forum: Mike Brown and minutes

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Last season, Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol logged were among the league leaders for minutes, and the toll was evident. This season, Mike Brown's roster is better and deeper, but even more steeped in NBA mileage. Will Brown make a conscious effort to keep...

    Blog | October 21, 2012
  2. The Forum: Additional free agent options

    Andy Kamenetzky

    It's safe to say the offseason goal of bolstering the Lakers roster has been met ... and then some. Still, neither front office nor fans are ever truly satisfied, and players like Leandro Barbosa and Kenyon Martin, among others, remain unemployed. We...

    Blog | September 17, 2012
  3. Kobe the Mav?

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Between the recent back-to-back championships and a newly reloaded roster, the Kobe Bryant "radio tour" summer, featuring emphatic trade requests and an ill-fated parking lot rant, now feels a million years removed. Barring a bizarre turn of events, ...

    Blog | August 22, 2012
  4. How the Lakers match up: San Antonio Spurs

    Andy Kamenetzky

    For the past several seasons, the San Antonio Spurs have served as basketball's version of Jason Voorhees: They cannot be killed. Since about 2008, fans and media (I've been as guilty as anybody) have cited their long teeth, declining athleticism and...

    Blog | August 16, 2012
  5. Some thoughts on the law firm of Meeks & Miles

    Andy Kamenetzky

    As the Lakers continue to fill out the roster, 76ers guard Jodie Meeks and Jazz swingman C.J. Miles have recently popped up as free agents on the radar. The Salt Lake Tribune's Brian T. Smith has reported Miles is strongly considering the Lakers, and...

    Blog | August 01, 2012
  6. Veteran Antawn Jamison excited to join Los Angeles Lakers, compet...

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Veteran forward Antawn Jamison was all smiles during his introductory news conference with the Los Angeles Lakers at their facilities in El Segundo.

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2012
  7. Mitch Kupchak discusses the Lakers' future

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak reiterated thoughts recently expressed to the Los Angeles Times by executive vice president Jim Buss, which is that the Lakers can remain a competitive team even without significant changes to the roster. Two s...

    Blog | June 21, 2012
  8. Lakers at Warriors: What to watch with Warriorsworld

    Andy Kamenetzky

    2012 has been a season chock full of uncertainty for the Warriors. Uncertainty about what the future holds for a roster in perpetual turnover. (The latest rebuilding phase features a nucleus of David Lee, perpetually-injured-but-undoubtedly talented ...

    Blog | March 27, 2012
  9. Lakers vs. Blazers: What to watch with Portland Roundball Society...

    Andy Kamenetzky

    At the trade deadline, franchises have a few options. They can stand pat. They can make small moves. They can roll the dice on a major piece to bolster a title run. Or they can blow up the roster like it was a scene from a Michael Bay movie. On Marc...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  10. Practice report: Kobe endorses Gilbert Arenas, roster uncertainty...

    Andy Kamenetzky

    As I reported earlier today, should Gilbert Arenas transition from working out for the Lakers to working for them, that's just fine with Kobe Bryant. The Mamba didn't say much on the matter, but made it clear he'd be fine sharing a locker room with A...

    Blog | February 13, 2012
  11. PodKast: The road trip, roster issues and Kobes career

    Andy Kamenetzky

    The Grammys are Sunday, meaning the Lakers by definition have completed the majority of their first major road trip. The All-Star team has been announced. Kobe Bryant added yet another notch to a very heavily decorated belt. Felt like as good a reaso...

    Blog | February 10, 2012
  12. Hold the Mayo? The Lakers' immediate options for help could remai...

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Brian and I have spent a lot of time recently debating the likelihood of Dwight Howard getting traded, whether to the Lakers or otherwise. I think he will be. Brian doesn't. However, we do agree if Howard relocates before the deadline, it'll come dow...

    Blog | January 23, 2012
  13. PodKast: Offensive struggles, roster holes and cars driven by jer...

    Andy Kamenetzky

    This show was recorded before the loss to Orlando, but thankfully/sadly, every issues discussed remained just as topical! At least the podkasts have benefited from the Lakers' poor play. The entire show can be heard here, and here is a breakdown of t...

    Blog | January 21, 2012
  14. Andrew Goudelock on his debut and battle for a roster spot

    Andy Kamenetzky

    After logging a DNP-CD in the first game of the preseason, rookie Andrew Goudelock finally got his feet wet in the Lakers-Clippers rematch. Like most second round draft picks quite literally fighting for a job, much less looking to prove he can play ...

    Blog | December 22, 2011
  15. The Triangle: Offseason implications from an early exit

    Andy Kamenetzky

    The K Bros and Ramona Shelburne ponder how an early exit from the playoffs would affect coaching and roster decisions this offseason. Oddly enough, this segment was filmed before the Lakers were knotted at two games apiece with the Hornets, Kobe Brya...

    Blog | April 26, 2011
  16. Jazz 99, Lakers 94: Three up, three down

    Andy Kamenetzky

    Jayne Oncea/US Presswire Kobe Bryant's 19 third-quarter points Sunday were the best evidence yet his knee is improving. They say second place is the first loser, which leaves a capital "L" across the entire Laker roster's foreheads. (Even Drew Naym...

    Blog | October 17, 2010