Lakers' 97-90 victory over Golden State Warriors looked ugly
--The Times' Mike Bresnahan highlights the Lakers' ugly execution in their 97-90 victory Friday over the Golden State Warriors.
--Oakland Tribune's Marcus Thompson II explains how the Warriors couldn't stop Kobe Bryant.
--Daily News' Elliott Teaford credits Bryant's 39-point performance for overcoming the Warriors' rally.
--The San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons details Dorell Wright's poor shooting performance.
--The Times' Ben Bolch talks to 710 ESPN radio analyst and former Laker Mychal Thompson about his son, Klay, scoring a career-high 14 points against the Lakers.
--NBA.com's Fran Blinebury reflects on the Lakers' 33-game winning streak through their 1971-72 championship season.
--Fox Sports lists Metta World Peace on its list of 10 most disappointing players to start the season.
--ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin focuses on Kobe Bryant's belief that Andrew Bynum has surpassed Pau Gasol in the pecking order.
--ESPN Los Angeles' Brian Kamenetzky breaks down the Lakers' victory over Golden State.
--Lakers.com's Mike Trudell provides a running diary of the Lakers-Warriors game.
--Forum Blue and Gold's Darius Soriano breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly from the Lakers' win.
--Silver Screen and Roll's C.A. Clark credits the Lakers' work ethic despite their many struggles.
Tweet of the Day: Kwame Brown on ex-teammate Andrew Bynum: "I taught him everything he knows. I told him if you can score on me, you can score on anyone.' -- Mike_Bresnahan (L.A. Times' Lakers beat writer)
Rick Friedman Reader Comment of the Day: "There is a psychological "pecking order" on the offense... but there shouldn't be. It should be about ball movement, creating space and as Jeff Kerns notes "let the open man score."" -- Jon Michael Philip
-- Mark Medina
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Photo: Lakers guard Kobe Bryant tries to split the defense of Golden State's Chris Wright, left, and Klay Thompson on a drive in the fourth quarter Friday night at Staples Center. Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times