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Caught in the Web: Lakers travel to Barcelona

October 6, 2010 |  1:45 pm


--The Times' Mike Bresnahan focuses on Phil Jackson's consideration that Lakers center Andrew Bynum will play limited minutes on a full-time basis.

--The New York Times' Jonathan Abrams explains why the Lakers aren't exactly well rested heading into the season.

--See why Kobe Bryant is excited about NBA2K11

--ESPN Los Angeles' Andy Kamenetzky breaks down the Lakers' 111-92 pre-season loss to Minnesota.

--ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin explains why the Lakers' exhibition game against Barcelona means a little bit more than your typical exhibition game.

--In an appearance on NBC4 Los Angeles' The Challenge, Lakers forward Lamar Odom answers the question everyone wants to know: Is Khloe pregnant? His answer in the video below:

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--AOL Fanhouse's Chris Tomasson reports that former Laker Adam Morrison might sell his NBA championships rings, but not anytime soon.'s Mike Trudell has a video and practice report from Barcelona.

--Silver Screen and Roll's Saurav A. Das profiles Odom.

--Forum Blue and Gold's Darius Soriano breaks down the Lakers' loss to the T-Wolves.

--Lakers of Fire's Garrett Wilson looks at what Bryant could have in store for this season.

--"For those of you who don't "'habla espanol,'" FC Barcelona's Juan Carlos Navarro told Pau Gasol that his team will beat the Lakers. also has the details.

Tweet of the Day:"No matter what comes of Miami's 1st preseason game, I'm confident the media will react in calm, understated fashion" -- ESPNLandOLakers (ESPN Los Angeles' Andy Kamenetzky)

Reader Comment of the Day: "The Skittles machine needs to have a regulation size hoop on top. You hit 10 shots in a row, you get your Skittles. Otherwise, it needs to go back." -- Laker J

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Photo: Lakers power forward Pau Gasol answers some questions during the team's media day. Credit: Jayne Oncea/US Presswire.