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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mike D'Antoni
The New York Knicks have fired Mike Woodson after falling from division champions to out of the playoffs in one season.
Mike D'Antoni was still the Los Angeles Lakers' coach when he left their training complex to spend the Easter weekend out of town with his family.
Although one of the worst seasons in Los Angeles Lakers history mercifully ended Wednesday night in San Antonio, the drama around the 16-time NBA champions is never finished.
Nick Young gave the Lakers a reason to smile near the end of this gloomy season.
In a rare season of losing in Los Angeles, discombobulated Lakers fans have taken to dreaming about Kevin Love in purple and gold. They see him as the savior, the young star they need to carry the franchise forward and help Kobe Bryant restore the team's pride.
Chris Kaman can't wait until his miserable season with the Los Angeles Lakers finally ends.
From Jodie Meeks' big day to the final result, this was definitely a surprise.
The only drama left in this miserable season for the Los Angeles Lakers involves whether Kobe Bryant will return from injury, and if they can avoid finishing last in the Western Conference.
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni says he understands the frustration that led to critical comments from Pau Gasol, but wishes the star center had not lashed out publicly.
In their first game with the Lakers and coach Mike D'Antoni, MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore made sure Los Angeles came out a winner in the latest matchup of the NBA's most storied rivalry.
The Los Angeles Lakers left Robert Sacre on the court after he fouled out in the fourth quarter. Coach Mike D'Antoni felt it was the best move for his depleted team.
The depleted Los Angeles Lakers received a boost Tuesday when Steve Nash and Steve Blake returned to the starting lineup against Minnesota.
Make no bones about it. Coach Mike D'Antoni's skeleton roster was no match for the opportunistic Charlotte Bobcats and Al Jefferson's dominating presence in the paint.
Nick Young says the Los Angeles Lakers have woken up since airing some grievances at a team meeting last week.
Kobe Bryant is expected to miss about six weeks with an injured left knee, dealing the second major injury setback of the year to the Los Angeles Lakers' superstar guard.
"Every coach should be under scrutiny," D'Antoni said. "Some coaches get fired even after the best years they've ever had. ... There's always things we could have done better, and it's easier with hindsight. Things don't always go smoothly. For the most part, our guys were very competitive. For us, there are some silver linings in there, but in hindsight, it's disappointing for everybody."
"I'm proud of them," D'Antoni said of his players after their season-ending victory over the Spurs. "They did the best they could. They were dealt a horrible hand, and they didn't moan and they didn't disband."