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Rudolph A. LaRusso (November 11, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York – July 10, 2004 in Los Angeles, California) was a 5-time NBA All-Star. He was taken by the Minneapolis Lakers (now the Los Angeles Lakers) in the 2nd round of the 1959 draft out of Dartmouth College, and played 10 years with them and the San Francisco Warriors. He died of Parkinson's disease.

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Lakers forward Radmanovic admits lying about snowboarding accident (AFP via Yahoo! News) Los Angeles Lakers forward Vladimir Radmanovic said he decided to come clean on how he injured his shoulder because of the guilt he felt from lying about a snowboarding accident.

West notes: Young Biedrins proves to be a relentless Warrior; Lakers hit the skids (USA Today) One of the best-kept NBA secrets this season is Golden State Warriors center Andris Biedrins. While everyone seems more enamored with the Los Angeles Lakers' young Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum, Biedrins, just 20, is having a major impact.

Lakers clobber Celtics, stop six-game skid (Fox Sports) Kobe Bryant had 38 points and nine assists while the Los Angeles Lakers routed the hapless Boston Celtics 122-96 to end a six-game losing streak - the longest of Phil Jackson's 16-year coaching career. Reserve forward Gerald Green scored 21 points for the Celtics. Boston has lost 28 of 31 and 11 straight on the road, two shy of the club record set in 1978-79, when the team dropped its final 13 ...

Lakers rout Celtics to end six-game skid (CBS Sportsline) Kobe Bryant had 38 points and nine assists while the Los Angeles Lakers routed the hapless Boston Celtics 122-96 to end a six-game losing streak -- the longest of Phil Jackson's 16-year coaching career.

Lakers leave no doubt (Boston Globe) By the fourth quarter, Lakers coach Phil Jackson could sit calmly on the bench in his Zen state of choice, knowing the longest losing streak of his coaching career (six games) would soon end.

Lakers rout Celtics, snap six-game skid (SportingNews.com) LOS ANGELES -- Kobe Bryant had 38 points and nine assists while the Los Angeles Lakers routed the ha...

Lakers snap six-game skid (Contra Costa Times) Kobe Bryant had 38 points and nine assists while the host Los Angeles Lakers routed the hapless Boston Celtics 122-96 to end a six-game losing streak -- the longest of Phil Jackson's 16-year coaching career.

Lakers' Radmanovic lied about shoulder injury (ESPN) Los Angeles Lakers forward Vladimir Radmanovic admitted Friday that he lied to the team about how he injured his shoulder during last week's All-Star break.

Radmanovic lied to Lakers about injury (Los Angeles Times) Forward admits he hurt his shoulder while snowboarding, not during a fall in the street as he had initially told them. Forward Vladimir Radmanovic admitted lying to Lakers officials about the circumstances of his shoulder injury, acknowledging today that he was hurt while snowboarding in Park City, Utah, during last weekend's All-Star break.

Lakers' Radmanovic says he lied about injury (Philadelphia Daily News) Los Angeles Lakers forward Vladimir Radmanovic admitted that he lied to the team about how he injured his shoulder during last week's All-Star break, and that it was a snowboarding accident that caused the injury.

 
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