Brian Shaw moving on from Lakers' snub
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan talks with Pacers associate coach Brian Shaw, who explains how he's moved on from being passed up to replace former Lakers Coach Phil Jackson.
--The Times' Ben Bolch details the Lakers' practice on Saturday, which involved comprehensive film study.
--The Orange County Register's Janis Carr highlights how the Lakers plan to improve their sluggish offense.
--ESPN Los Angeles' Andy and Brian Kamenetzky break down the Lakers' roster holes in their latest podcast.
--Sports Illustrated's Zach Lowe pegs Lakers forward Metta World Peace as a disappointment so far this season.
--Sheridan Hoops' Chris Sheridan ranks the Lakers at No. 12 in his latest power rankings.
--The Indianapolis Star's Mike Wells also talked to Shaw about playing his old team and his messy departure from the Lakers.
--Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski talks to league sources who believe the Orlando Magic are too good to want to trade Dwight Howard.
--Silver Screen and Roll's Actuarially Sound breaks down the Lakers' poor shooting numbers.
Tweet of the Day: "'If we execute the same way, especially our starters, those shots are going to go down eventually, so I’ll live with it," Mike Brown said." -- janiscarr (Orange County Register's Janis Carr)
Rick Friedman Reader Comment of the Day: " I do not like it when the Lakers Organization treats its members in a disrespectful fashion. That's not the way it's supposed to be done." -- Jon K.
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Photo: Indiana Pacers associate head coach Brian Shaw won three championships as a Lakers player and earned another two as a member of Jackson's coaching staff from 2005 through last season. Credit: Michael Conroy / Associated Press