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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- The Lakers are Kobe Bryant's team.
Just ask him.
"It's my team," said Bryant at the Lakers annual Media Day on Monday, "but I want to make sure that Dwight (Howard), when I retire, this is going to be his (team) and I want to teach him everything I possibly know so that when I step away, this organization can ride on as if I never...
BRING THE BRAIN
Metta World Peace responded to a question about the smartest Laker in a way that only he can.
Kobe Bryant has played in the NBA for 16 seasons and been a part of five championship teams on the Lakers, but he says the current Lakers team is the most talented he’s been on.Speaking at media day on Monday, Bryant praised this year’s squad. “On its face, it’s the best talent I’ve been around,” said Bryant, via the Los Angeles Times. “Whether that translates into...
Thanks to Los Angeles Lakers media day back on Monday, we have the answer to the most important question of "With all the new stars with the Lakers, who's team is it?"As you might have already figured from the title of this post, Kobe isn't backing down as LA's top dog:"I got a question earlier about whose team this is," Bryant told reporters. "...
Over the years, I’ve come to learn that are times when Ron Artest is seriously crazy and there are others that he’s just a really bad joke teller.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Steve Nash is learning about much more than just his new city and new teammates during his first few days with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The two-time MVP point guard is also learning an offense that's like nothing he has ever run in 16 NBA seasons.
The Lakers are incorporating major elements of the famed ball...
As we all know, Lakers All-Star Kobe Bryant is reaching the end of his career. We no longer see the acrobatic dunks or the speed to get by defenders. After almost 17 years in the league with the Lakers, they seem to be diligently looking for a replacement and that is looking more like newly acquired Dwight Howard. According to Kobe Bryant, not so fast. In an interview by...
Oh, Metta...may you never change:(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
Many things have changed since the Lakers played a NBA game. Andrew Bynum is gone. Steve Nash and Dwight Howard are now Lakers. And we all watched Kobe Bryant play a toned down brand of basketball in the Olympics that allowed LeBron James to be the focal point.
So with all those changes and Bryant’s willingness to play second fiddle, one began to wonder who would be the focal point...
The Lakers held their media day on Monday along with the majority of the NBA. Of course there were tons of questions whose stories will dot the start of the ’12 – ’13 season. When will Dwight Howard be ready to hit the floor, how will Kobe and Steve Nash blend together, are the Clippers [...]
Ron Artest, errrrr, Metta World Peace, please don’t ever change. The artist formerly known as Ron Artest has a history littered with off the cuff comments that are questionable, and actions that are borderline irredeemable (we all remember what happened way back that night in The Palace). Metta World Peace has become a voice for [...]
The New York Knicks franchise is full of many, and I mean many, history-making moments. From an NBA title, John Starks' dunk over the Bulls, players like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant tearing up the scoreboard to some of the NBA's greats wearing the Knicks uniform, there is no doubt New York truly is a Mecca for basketball.
However, one moment is so undeniably unforgettable...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Los Angeles was ready to erupt into fireworks. After all, it was July 4th when news broke the Lakers were on the verge of acquiring Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns in a sign-and-trade.
Mike Brown was oh, so happy.
Lakers fans everywhere were ecstatic. Suns fans were not.
Neither was Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl, who admitted to the Denver Post...