Caught in the Web: Lakers prepare for another meeting with Phoenix
-- The Times' Broderick Turner focuses on the progress Lakers center Andrew Bynum has made, which has spurred Coach Phil Jackson to say he'll expect Bynum to practice within a week.
-- The Orange County Register's Janis Carr suspects Jackson's new timeline means Bynum won't be able to play until at least December.
--The Arizona Republic's Paul Coro details Josh Childress' path to the NBA.
-- Fox Sports Arizona's Randy Hill debates whether the Suns should trade Steve Nash.
-- ESPN Los Angeles' Ramona Shelburne tells how Pau Gasol is shouldering the heavy minutes.
--The Daily Breeze's Elliott Teaford also focuses on Gasol's high productivity.
-- Silver Screen and Roll's wondahbap names Gasol the team's player of the week.
-- Forum Blue and Gold's Darius Soriano breaks down Shannon Brown's improved shooting numbers.
-- Valley of the Sun's Michael Schwartz argues Nash shouldn't be traded.
Tweet of the Day: "PAC Wow" -- RONARTESTCOM (Lakers forward Ron Artest)
Reader Comment of the Day: "This team really is special, and I think we all feel it. I'm worried right now about other team's taking advantage of our Sock-less team and keep up the sashay into the paint. However, I also think we'll compensate - the Denver game excepted because I don't think anyone can explain that other than to assume PJ wanted to see what the bench was made of. Still - it's a chess match and I do believe it's PJ's turn. Let's see what happens. " -- justanothermambafan
-- Mark Medina
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Photo: Phoenix point guard Steve Nash takes Lakers point guard Derek Fisher into a screen as the Suns run a patented pick-and-roll play on Oct. 29, 2010. Credit: Matt York / Associated Press