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By Matt Kibbe
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Brandan Wright
The Los Angeles Lakers have spent a month together now, and they still haven't won a game. They acknowledge it's a struggle to blend this new combination of talents into a cohesive team.
Lamar Odom was in uniform Saturday night after he returned to the Dallas Mavericks without playing a planned game in the NBA Development League.
The NBA is back in business, and Gilbert Arenas was one of the first on the move.
First came a trade for Deron Williams. Then came a little bench boost and some salary cap space for comfort.
By the time his name is called at tonight's NBA Draft, Jeff Green already will have had a sample of his new job's hectic travel schedule.
Darren Collison scored 17 points, Brandan Wright added 14, and the Mavericks spoiled the Los Angeles debuts of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash with a 99-91 victory over the Lakers on Tuesday night.