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Dexter Fishmore is a writer who lives in Hollywood, California. He covers the Lakers at Silver Screen and Roll and all aspects of the L.A. sports scene at SBN Los Angeles.

Lakers the team to watch in L.A.

The Los Angeles Lakers were busy in the offseason, with the additions of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash. The expectations are enormous.

That's Mora Like It: UCLA Facing Heightened Expectations After Fast Start

The new regime in Westwood has the Bruins off to a roaring start. Now the challenge is to handle success.

UCLA Football Season Preview: New Coach, New Quarterback, New Direction?

The Bruins have a new coach, a new quarterback and talent throughout the roster. At long last, the program seems headed in a decent direction.

Dwight Howard Trade Reopens Lakers' Championship Window

The Lakers have reportedly landed Dwight Howard without parting with Pau Gasol. Time to start printing another banner?

Reborn On The Fourth Of July: What Steve Nash Means For The Lakers

On Wednesday the Lakers shocked the NBA by landing the two-time MVP for a package of draft picks. How does it affect their title odds and their chances of landing Dwight Howard?

Lakers Trade Rumors: Thoughts On Pau Gasol's Slow-Motion Departure

Pau seems ticketed for Atlanta, Minneapolis or Houston. He's still really good, which is why he's got to go.

A Superpower In Twilight: Thoughts On The Lakers' Near-Certain Demise

Following a brutal Game Four collapse, the curtain's about to fall on this version of the Lakers. Tonight's Game Five could be ugly.

Lakers Vs. Thunder, NBA Playoffs Series Preview: Stormy Weather Ahead

All signs point to a decisive Thunder victory. Can the Lakers thrive in their underdog role?

Lakers Vs. Nuggets Game 7 Preview: If You've Got A Hatch, Batten It Down

Mike Brown has one shot to pull the Lakers out of their tailspin and maybe save his own job.

Lakers Vs. Nuggets Playoff Preview: All Eyes On Andrew Bynum

All signs point to a long series, but rest, home court and Andrew Bynum tilt the balance of power ever so slightly in the Lakers' favor.