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Sources: Phil, Lakers talk travel, roster control

Sources: Phil, Lakers talk travel, roster control

ESPN.com CNNSI.com nba.com Updated Nov 10, 2012
Phil Jackson asked for travel restrictions, a salary in line with what he previously earned with the Lakers and significantly more say over basketball decisions, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
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