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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mike D'Antoni
From Jodie Meeks' big day to the final result, this was definitely a surprise.
Wesley Johnson was hard-pressed to think of a more memorable shot he's had than his game-winner against Portland.
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.
The Los Angeles Lakers almost had enough 3-point shooting down the stretch to overtake the Grizzlies.
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.
Kevin Love landed hard on his hip after a foul late in the game. His head snapped back from the impact and hit the floor.
Steve Nash smiled sheepishly as he assessed his first game for the languishing Los Angeles Lakers in almost three months.
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.
No 62-point game for Carmelo Anthony on Sunday. He didn't even match his first-half total from Friday night.
It's not common for Chris Bosh to put up a big number of shots.
With nine-tenths of a second left, Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau drew up a play for Taj Gibson. He told the athletic forward to attack the basket and use his left hand.
"He got on fire," coach Mike D'Antoni said. "He has really improved his game. Defensively, he was out of sight on Russell Westbrook the whole time. He put out a lot of energy in this game, but he has been doing that on a pretty consistent basis. Jodie has been our most consistent performer. It's really fun to watch someone get better."
"You can't win that way," coach Mike D'Antoni said. "We are trying everything we can do. ... I don't know if the air has gone out or we are tired or what the problem is."