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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Nick Young
Nick Young gave the Lakers a reason to smile near the end of this gloomy season.
The Portland Trail Blazers are hoping they've put all the bad habits behind them with the playoffs on the horizon.
Struggling through one of the worst seasons in franchise history, Brandon Knight and the Milwaukee Bucks wish they could play the Los Angeles Lakers every night.
With Knicks President Phil Jackson watching from a luxury suite high above the court, his new team's teetering playoff hopes got a big shove from his old team's incredible offensive show.
Jordan Hill did it at both ends of the court Sunday night against the Orlando Magic, putting together his own personal highlight reel in a season during which there haven't been many of those for himself or the Los Angeles Lakers.
If the Flagrant 2 fouls hold up on review, Drew Gooden and Jordan Hill will be charged $2,000 by the NBA which can add an even bigger fine for the ruckus in Friday's game.
Washington forward Drew Gooden has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for attempting to throw the Lakers' Nick Young to the floor during the Wizards' victory Friday night.
The Wizards had Marcin Gortat back in the lineup, seven players score in double figures and ended a two-game losing streak by dominating the Lakers on their home floor 117-107.
It's not common for Chris Bosh to put up a big number of shots.
Nick Young says the Los Angeles Lakers have woken up since airing some grievances at a team meeting last week.
Gerald Green was in a generous mood after his best game of the season.
During his time in a Wizard's uniform Nick Young was a fun loving kid who never met a shot he didn't like. He also apparently doesn't like being fouled hard either.
Los Angeles Lakers swingman Nick Young and Phoenix Suns center Alex Len were ejected after they scuffled midway through the second quarter.
Mike Brown had no interest in rehashing his past with the Los Angeles Lakers - not right now, not with his new team struggling.
Kobe Bryant was relegated to the sideline with his fractured left knee, leaving him unable to extend his NBA-record Christmas Day appearances to 16.
"I haven't seen something like it, just with players getting injured every day," Young said. "That part is crazy, but I think we held our own. We came together as a team. We fought to the end, through the madness of being in L.A. and losing. We kept our composure. Sometimes I lost my composure, but I had fun. I enjoyed myself out here."
"We're not last place now," Young said. "We're not quitters."