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Caught in the Web: Reactions to the Lakers' 88-84 loss to the Bulls

December 11, 2010 |  7:30 am

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The Times' Mike Bresnahan on the Lakers' loss in Chicago to start six games away from Staples Center.

The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding on how the Lakers faded without Andrew Bynum and Theo Ratliff playing in Chicago.

The Associated Press story on ESPNLos describes how the Chicago fans were shouting "MVP!" for Derrick Rose.


The Times' Mike Bresnahan on how Coach Phil Jackson kept his cool while likely coaching for the last time in Chicago.

The Register's Kevin Ding on rookie forward-center Derrick Caracter attempting to play.

Columns's Dave McMenamin on how the Lakers are looking like anything but defending champions.'s Billy Witz on how Phil Jackson's final game in Chicago will not be one to remember.'s Jon Greenberg on how Derrick Rose has become a superstar.

Blogs's Brian Kamenetzky dissects the Lakers' road woes in his At the Buzzer post.

Silver Screen and Roll's DexterFishmore discusses the Lakers' recent failures to follow up strong starts with a consistent performance.

Forum Blue and Gold's Darius Soriano on how lack of depth and sloppy play leaves the Lakers with no margin for error.

Laker Nation's Anna Gonda talks about another seemingly senseless loss.

--Dan Loumena

Photo: Lakers guard Kobe Bryant draws a foul from Chicago guard Ronnie Brewer on a driving layup in the second half Friday night. Dennis Wierzbicki / US Presswire