Tania Ganguli, Los Angeles Times

Tania Ganguli

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Tania:

Despite curfew, downtown L.A. hit by more looting overnight

National Guard troops deployed onto the streets of downtown Los Angeles after Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency. → Read More

Coronavirus: Quinn Cook returns to Lakers' practice facility

Lakers guard Quinn Cook spoke about the new policies in place with the reopening of the Lakers' practice facility amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

The Check-In: Lakers' Dwight Howard copes with death of son's mother

Lakers center Dwight Howard has had to endure the death of Kobe Bryant and the NBA shutdown. Then the mother of his 6-year-old son died. → Read More

Lakers to open El Segundo training facility to players under strict guidelines

The Lakers will allow players to enter their El Segundo facility for individual and voluntary workouts starting Saturday. The Clippers aren't following suit. → Read More

Ex-Laker D.J. Mbenga ups aid to Congo after sister's death

Mbenga has long been committed to helping his native Congo, where COVID-19 is taking a toll. His sister recently died of the disease. → Read More

How the Lakers' last dynasty ended in a total dismantling

The Lakers' three-peat effort derailed by the Dallas Mavericks, coach Phil Jackson departed the team, leaving Kobe Bryant to lead another reboot. → Read More

When still Ron Artest, he gave Lakers therapeutic ending to 2010 NBA Finals

Metta World Peace had his mental health epiphany during the Lakers' 2010 title run, which he capped with a big Game 7 and a thank you to his therapist. → Read More

How the Lakers rebuilt a champion more than a decade ago

How the Lakers rebuilt from their three-peat era after dispatching Shaquille O’Neal, losing in the 2004 Finals and retaining Kobe Bryant. → Read More

Lakers know the difficulty of winning an NBA title: A look at 2010

The Lakers were a favorite to win their first NBA title since 2010 when the coronavirus pandemic stopped the season. A look at their last championship run. → Read More

Horse owners and labor organizers call for racing to resume at Santa Anita Park

Horse owners, including Bob Baffert, and labor organizers are calling on the county Board of Supervisors to allow horse racing amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Lakers pay back $4.6 million received from coronavirus rescue loan program

The Lakers have paid back $4.6 million in federal coronavirus relief the franchise applied for as part of the Payroll Protection Program. → Read More

American players in limbo when China tried to resume basketball season

The Chinese Basketball Assn. wanted to restart its season, but it hasn't been easy. The NBA is monitoring how the CBA, which has left U.S. players in limbo. → Read More

Hundreds of workers shelter in stables at Santa Anita, trying to survive racing ban

Santa Anita stopped racing horses last month, but hundreds of people still work, and live, in a stable area at the track under the specter of COVID-19. → Read More

LeBron James proud of Lakers' season, but he would like closure

Lakers star LeBron James tells reporters Wednesday that he's "proud of what we were able to accomplish to this point." He hopes to resume title chase if it's safe. → Read More

Rob Pelinka says Lakers passed all tests, hopes for Finals exam

Rob Pelinka, the Lakers' general manager and top basketball executive, discusses the uncertain future of the NBA and potential title chase for the team. → Read More

Lakers to ask top executives to voluntarily defer 20% of salary

The Lakers plan to ask top-level executives to voluntarily defer 20% of their pay as the team navigates its finances during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Lakers coach Frank Vogel prepares for return of season, if there is one

Lakers coach Frank Vogel isn’t sure when the NBA season will resume or what it will look like once it does, but he has tried to keep his coaches ready for the possibility. → Read More

Lakers clear quarantine, no players have coronavirus symptoms

Having finished home quarantine, the Lakers announced no players have coronavirus symptoms. → Read More

Anthony Davis tries to stay busy — and informed — during NBA shutdown

Catching up with the Lakers All-Star forward and what it's been like for him during the quarantine and continuing suspension of play. → Read More

Anthony Davis to help Staples Center employees, local restaurants and hospital workers

Lakers star Anthony Davis announces a partnership with world’s largest cold food storage company to help Staples Center employees find jobs during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More