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As season's minutes tick away, injury-plagued Lakers may get some rest

LOS ANGELES - LeBron James sat at his locker with plastic wrapped around his waist to hold an ice pack on his back after the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night.

He'd just played 42 minutes of basketball, and more than 120 minutes in the span of four days. With the Lakers (30-34) desperately trying to

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