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Social media erupted after referees missed a foul committed by Celtic Jayson Tatum on Lakers LeBron James. (Photos via Creative Commons)

Bad reffing didn’t beat the Lakers—the Celtics did.

By Jason Tulchin
Published February 1, 2023

The Boston Celtics broke their three-game losing streak in a controversial 121-125 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday—a game that took the...

Lebron James and Lakers teammates kneel for the national anthem while wearing VOTE shirts.

Don’t tell athletes to “shut up and dribble”

By Christopher Williams
Published November 10, 2020

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Column: A Lakers fan reflects on the franchise after championship

Column: A Lakers fan reflects on the franchise after championship

By Charlie McKenna
Published October 14, 2020

It’s been a tough 10 years to be a Lakers fan. But after defeating the Miami Heat in six games in the NBA Finals on Sunday, the Los Angeles Lakers...

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