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Ronny Turiaf Kicking Ass ~ LA Lakers

9:55 PM PST on November 7, 2007

    TACO LOVES RONNY

    The Los Angeles Times, whose website is showing signs of life of late, has the following to say about our main man Ronny Turiaf:

    Turiaf, 24, is averaging 9.8 points and 5.3 rebounds in 25.8 minutes, eclipsing the 4.5 points, 3.1 rebounds and 13.1 minutes he averaged during his first two seasons. He is also shooting 60%, making 18 of 30 shots through four games.

    It looks as if he'll retain his starting job, even when last season's starting power forward, Lamar Odom, returns to the lineup Friday.

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