Rebounding Lakers roll past Wolves

  • Article by: JERRY ZGODA , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 1, 2013 - 7:24 AM

Thursday's 116-94 loss nationally televised by TNT was the Wolves' second in February against rejuvenated Kobe Bryant and a Lakers team that now has won four of its past five games to keep the West's eighth and final playoff spot in sight.

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jpdelaireMar. 1, 13 1:29 AM

Just stop!

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slammanMar. 1, 13 1:36 AM

Fighting through big challenges brings big rewards. I hope this team stays together long enough to overcome the adversities of this season.

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dirtydogsMar. 1, 13 6:43 AM

Do you hear that sound.....I think it is David Kahn packing his office.

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oxboardMar. 1, 13 8:17 AM

Look on the bright side...............give me a minute.........Johnson got some minutes and looked pretty good........................ ............that's all I got......

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chucker81Mar. 1, 13 8:50 AM

You could almost hear the TNT announcers laughing as the named the Wolves starting lineup.

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efrik1Mar. 1, 13 9:07 AM

Couldn't guard the 3, outrebounded without Pek, no Love, love Ricky......next year.

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goldengoph3rMar. 1, 1310:46 AM

Awful game to watch. The Lakers looked almost bored as they hoisted three after three. The Wolves treated the Lakers to All-Star game style defense all night. Our set of guards is overmatched physically and athletically every game.

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rednusMar. 1, 13 3:11 PM

The NBA should just stop scheduling us against the Lakers. Give them a win and us a loss. It would be the same result as actually playing the game. A day off would be better.

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15octoberMar. 1, 13 5:18 PM

I want a coach that has some enthusiasm and fire. This guy looks disinterested. For all of the hype about being such a great coach, why keep playing a zone? He don't get it.

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ljb6599Mar. 1, 13 8:42 PM

It is clearly becoming evident that Kurt Rambiss was not the problem....David Kahn needs to be fired ASAP

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