NBA lockout strips team websites of player images: A wrinkle in the collective bargaining agreement means that current players’ names and images have been removed from the NBA and team websites. Now it’s just cheerleaders, mascots and logos. 
Photo: A screenshot taken Friday afternoon of the homepage of the Lakers’ website. Since the NBA lockout, links to players’ pages redirect to a dressed-down nba.com. Credit: NBA.com/Lakers

NBA lockout strips team websites of player images: A wrinkle in the collective bargaining agreement means that current players’ names and images have been removed from the NBA and team websites. Now it’s just cheerleaders, mascots and logos.

Photo: A screenshot taken Friday afternoon of the homepage of the Lakers’ website. Since the NBA lockout, links to players’ pages redirect to a dressed-down nba.com. Credit: NBA.com/Lakers

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    Where did Kobe and the rest of the Lakers go?
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    そこまでするもんなんだねmmm
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    Unbelievable.
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