Phil Jackson and Artest Argue over an uncalled timeout
Against Indiana, Artest grabbed the rebound of Bryant's missed 3-pointer with nine seconds left, then dribbled out to the arc. He then passed to Lamar Odom in the lane, and Odom dribbled out to the 3-point line where he passed to Bryant whose 29-footer at the buzzer was not close.
When the Lakers walked off the court at the end of the game, Jackson pulled Artest aside and talked to him.
"He told me I should have called timeout when we got the offensive rebound," Artest said. "Kobe wanted the ball. Kobe was going to hit a three. When I saw Kobe, I was going to give it to him. I asked (Jackson), could everybody else on the court call timeout since I had the ball? And he said yes."
Artest paused and then smiled. "He forgot to address it with everybody," he said.