LeBron James possibly out sick for Lakers game
--ESPN.com's J.A. Adande believes a Kobe-LeBron Finals matchup is on the horizon.
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan highlights Andrew Bynum's contention that the Lakers must win at least one game in their two-game trip against Miami and Orlando.
--The Orange County Register's Janis Carr compares the Lakers' Big Three to the rest of the league.
--The South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Anthony Chiang mentions James' status remains a game-time decision. Dwyane Wade will not play against the Lakers because of a sprained left ankle.
--The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding argues Kobe Bryant's teammates must learn to match his aggressiveness.
--Ball Don't Lie's Kelly Dwyer muses on Dwyane Wade's $230,000 car.
--The Miami Herald's Joseph Goodman focuses on Eddy Curry's debut with Miami.
--ESPN.com's Tom Haberstroh details how James and Bryant produce in the post.
--ESPN.com debates whether Bryant or James is the better player.
--ESPN Los Angeles' Brian Kamenetzky asks readers whether they're more interesting the Lakers-Heat game or the Lakers-Magic game.
--Sheridan Hoops' Mark Heisler believes Dwight Howard and Deron Williams could go to the Dallas Mavericks.
--Sports Illustrated's Zach Lowe provides a detailed rundown on Bryant's game.
--NBA.com's Charley Rosen previews the Lakers-Heat matchup.
--The Orlando Sentinel's Brian Schmitz believes Shaquille O'Neal said Bynum is the NBA's best center simply to agitate Dwight Howard.
--Lakers.com's Mike Trudell provides a run-down of Derek FIsher's clutchness.
--Fox Sports West's Kiki Vandeweghe previews the Lakers' two-game trip.
--The Hoop Doctors' Brad Washington compared Bryant's performance in 2012 to Michael Jordan's 1995-96 season.
--The South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman compares and contrasts Bryant's and James' scoring.
Tweet of the Day: "The Lakers are 3-7 in their last 10 games in Miami and just 1-6 in their last 7." -- mcten (ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin)
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Photo: Miami forward LeBron James might not play in tonight's game agaisnt the Lakers. He was sent home after morning shoot-around because of flu-like symptoms. Credit: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times