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Earl Clark is Making the Cavs Offense Better and You Had No Idea
Nov 27, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers small forward Earl Clark shoots over Miami Heat power forward Rashard Lewis during a game at Quicken Loans Arena.
LA Lakers Power Rankings: Rating Every Player After First 6 Weeks
Hovering around the .500 mark, the Los Angeles Lakers have been very competitive, despite losing a lot of talent and having to deal with Kobe Bryant 's absence.
Wesley Johnson's Emergence Validating Merits of Mike D'Antoni's System
Amid a Los Angeles Lakers season maligned by uncertainty, injured stars and muddled rotations, there has been Mike D'Antoni , titleholder of a system renowned for working miracles.
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Weekly Roundtable: Dion's game, Earl Clark's shooting and surprise teams
Nov 22, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard Dion Waiters passes as New Orleans Pelicans power forward Anthony Davis defends during the second half of a game at New Orleans Arena.
Lakers execute halfcourt alley-oop to end the first half against...
Kobe Bryant is injured and Earl Clark is gone in free agency, but the play those two ran in Detroit to end the first half against the Pistons a season ago was alive and well on Friday.
Rejuvenated Andrew Bynum Gives Cleveland Cavaliers Fighting Chance for Playoffs
The Cleveland Cavaliers got tarred and feathered by the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night and came away 126-96 losers.
Brooklyn Nets Look and Sound Like Last Season's Lakers Disaster
Even as the Brooklyn Nets crumble in front of our eyes, the team would be wise to stay in the moment.
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Meeks, Lakers' leading scorer, credits hard work
"I don't even worry about the numbers. I don't really look at my stats or anything like that," Meeks said after scoring 19 points Sunday while making four of seven three-point attempts against Detroit.
Finally some positive signs for the Cleveland Cavaliers after a strange start to the season
After the Cavaliers used a make-shift lineup and a seat-of-the-pants offense to beat the Washington Wizards, 103-96, in overtime on Saturday for their first road victory of the season, coach Mike Brown admitted this has been the strangest, most disjointed start to a season he has ever experienced as a head coach.
Can Jordan Hill Help Save the LA Lakers?
So in addition to Bryant inspiring legions of L.A. Lakers fans all over again, here's a vision for their upstart season still to come: Mike D'Antoni's three-point attack exploding to unprecedented levels because defenses are sucked inside by Hill's commitment to be the active pick-and-roll roller that the Lakers assumed Dwight Howard would be.