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Latest Phil Jackson Items
According to the league-mandated pregame information released by the Lakers, Kobe Bryant would replace the suspended Ron Artest at small forward, with Shannon Brown starting at shooting guard for Game 3 of their series against the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night.
One big man is struggling, the other is spouting off about "trust issues." Their enforcer got carried away at the end of the last game and is suspended from the next one.
Lakers forward Ron Artest has been suspended from Game 3 of a second-round series against the Mavericks on Friday night for hitting Dallas guard J.J. Barea in the face with a forearm.
Tom Thibodeau waited about two decades to become an NBA head coach. It didn't take him long to be recognized as one of the best once he got the chance.
The verbal jabbing of Phil Jackson and the mind games with Ron Artest will begin soon enough.
Two transcendent playoff performances by Chris Paul made the Hornets' first-round series with Los Angeles far more interesting than the two-time defending champion Lakers would have preferred.
Whether he's on the court, in the locker room or at home with his reality-TV-star wife, Lamar Odom has evolved into the consummate supporting player.
Lakers center Andrew Bynum claims his troublesome right knee will be no trouble at all when the Los Angeles Lakers open the playoffs Sunday.
Kobe Bryant has all that championship experience, and perhaps the NBA's best supporting cast. The Miami Heat have the promise of what LeBron James and Dwyane Wade can deliver in their first postseason together, and the Boston Celtics think their playoff-tested group can do it again.