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  • LeBron James sitting out for Lakers against Warriors

    LeBron James was ruled out for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Golden State Warriors, two days after he returned from a 17-game absence with a strained left groin he hurt at Oracle Arena on Christmas night. Coach Luke Walton made the announcement about James' "load management" some 80

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  • LeBron James sitting out for Lakers against Warriors

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - LeBron James was ruled out for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Golden State Warriors, two days after he returned from a 17-game absence with a strained left groin he hurt at Oracle Arena on Christmas night. Coach Luke Walton made the announcement about James' "load

    The Washington Times
  • LeBron James sitting out for Lakers against Warriors

    LeBron James is sitting out for the Lakers against the Golden State Warriors two days after he returned from a 17-game absence with a strained left groin he hurt at Oracle Arena on Christmas night.

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  • LeBron James sitting out for Lakers against Warriors

    LeBron James is sitting out for the Lakers against the Golden State Warriors two days after he returned from a 17-game absence with a strained left groin he hurt at Oracle Arena on Christmas night.

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  • Lakers GM Pelinka hoping team emulates Patriots

    Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka on Friday compared his team to the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, hoping the Lakers rally from early season adversity the same way the Patriots did.

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  • Thompson returns from illness to lead Warriors past Lakers

    DeMarcus Cousins provided an emphatic dunk that might have been the timeliest play of the night and ignited the fiery big man's new home crowd. Klay Thompson's steady hand did much of the rest in a strange game when it took Stephen Curry more than 3 1/2 quarters to finally make a basket.

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  • Thompson returns from illness to lead Warriors past Lakers

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Klay Thompson returned from a one-game absence with an illness to score 28 points and light up the Lakers for the second time in 13 days, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 115-101 victory Saturday night over a Los Angeles team again missing LeBron James.

    The Washington Times