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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.

UCLA Basketball Recruiting: Tony Parker Could Join Shabazz Muhammad, Kyle Anderson In Westwood

Ben Howland landed the best of the best in Shabazz Muhammad and Kyle Anderson. Now he and UCLA wait on the decision of Tony Parker, who could make this recruiting class one for the ages.

Lakers Vs. Clippers Preview: Why The Division Title Actually Matters

The winner will have the inside track to the Western Conference three seed and a chance to delay facing the OKC Thunder as long as possible.

On The Infuriating Bynumness Of Andrew Bynum

A bizarre three-point attempt reminded us all how perplexingly the talented young center sometimes behaves, but Planet Laker just keeps spinning.

The New-Look Lakers: Are They Good Enough To Win It All?

Ramon Sessions is the dynamic point guard the Lakers badly needed, but is he enough to make the purple and gold legitimate title contenders?

Lakers At The Midpoint: Holding Together, If Barely

Amid near-constant turmoil, the Lakers have stayed in the Western Conference race. Can their Big Three hold up under heavy minutes? And can Mitch Kupchak find some reinforcements?

Ranking The Greatest One-Two Punches In Lakers History

Shaquille O'Neal says he and Kobe Bryant are the greatest Laker duo of all time. Is he right?

Ugly Is Beautiful: Thoughts On The Lakers' Victory Over The Clippers

At long last, the Lakers got some three-pointers to fall. Just as important to their long-term prospects are the reappearance of Classic Pau Gasol and a turn toward physical, even nasty, play.

Assessing The Lakers Through 15 Games

Behind a strong defense, the Lakers have held up well through a tough early-season schedule. The offense, though, needs better point-guard play, and can anyone here make a three?

How Not To Prepare For An NBA Season: The Lakers In Semi-Crisis

The Lakers organization looks pretty shaky top to bottom these days, but there's reason to think they can still be a superpower.

Decoding The Lamar Odom Trade: What Was Mitch Kupchak Thinking?

The Lakers sent Lamar Odom to Dallas for a pittance. There's probably a real strategy here, but it's a terribly risky one.