Monta Ellis and the Warriors held a 39-35 lead over the Lakers at halftime, but Kobe Bryant, who finished with a game-high 39 points, led Los Angeles to a strong second half and a 97-90 win over Golden State.
For the first time since 2006, the Raiders did not have a first-team All-Pro player on the AP All-Pro team. Rather, Oakland had a trio of second-teamers in Shane Lechler, Sebastian Janikowski and Richard Seymour.
Warriors center Andris Biedrins is a game-time decision in L.A. with ankle and toe injuries. If Biedrins can't go, look for Mark Jackson to lean heavily on Kwame Brown to contain Andrew Bynum and the Lakers' bigs.