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There might not be a bigger supporter of the Los Angeles Lakers than Earvin “Magic” Johnson but yesterday, Magic posted the below tweet to his Twitter account appearing to officially give up on the team:
April 26, 2013…The day the Magic died…in his support of the Lakers
Even Magic Johnson has given up on the Lakers [Deadspin]
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With the team battling a number of injuries to it's biggest stars, even the most iconic Laker thinks the team is dead in the water.
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Lakers fans were heard chanting "we want Phil!" during their team's Game 3 loss to the Spurs. See video of the chants here.
Steve Nash is trying to avoid paying child support to his ex-wife. See what the Lakers guard is arguing to support his case.
Best animated gif of the San Antonio and Los Angeles series came from @cjzero on Twitter on Friday night.
Tim Duncan is 97 years old and playing at a ridiculously high title-winning level; while Superman has had his struggles. It’s like the old bull watching the young bull pout after not realizing how hard trying to win an NBA Championship would be.
This Los Angeles Lakers without Kobe Bryant, are really struggling for points and only three players have been consistent so far in the four games they have played without him. These three players are, Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol and surprisingly, Steve Blake. But the question must be asked, why are they not going inside on every possession and why are Howard and Gasol not taking 40...
Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace had his knee drained prior to Game 3, and his play was clearly impacted by the procedure. In speaking with reporters – including Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles – after the game, World Peace referred to himself as the “weak link” and said that he “probably” will not play in Sunday’s Game 4 matchup against the San Antonio...
The Los Angeles Lakers are certain to be without guard Steve Blake tonight when they take on the San Antonio Spurs. There is also a chance that they'll be without fellow guards Steve Nash and Jodie Meeks, who are both considered doubtful to play in Game 3.D’Antoni: “Realistically Meeks is more doubtful than Nash, but we’ll see how they feel.” Morris, Goudelock &...
Andrew Goudelock was called upon by the Los Angeles Lakers in desperation.
The team lost both of its starting guards (Steve Nash and Steve Blake) to injury and had two other on the team that couldn't play the whole game despite a short rotation. This would be his first NBA playoff game with one of the league's most richest franchise's.
A normal player would&...
It appears the Los Angeles Lakers will trot out the fearsome duo of Darius Morris and Andrew Goudelock Friday night for Game 3 against the San Antonio Spurs. Hey, at least it’s a home game!
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Child Support is money that is supposed to be spent strictly on the child, but we know that isn’t always the case. Steve Nash told a judge since he paid his ex-wife Alejandra very handsomely in their divorce settlement, he shouldn’t have to pay. The judge agreed and Nash is one of the few athletes who doesn’t pay a dime in child support.
Nash is paying the following from...
Down 2 games to 0, the Los Angeles Lakers may be holding on for dear life in the team’s first-round series against the San Antonio Spurs heading into Friday’s Game 3 match-up at Staples Center, but that doesn’t mean Metta World Peace isn’t doing everything in his power to make sure that he is ready to take the court and compete. On Friday, MWP tweeted photos providing compelling...
Dwight Howard is the gift that keeps on giving.
According to a story courtesy Pro Basketball Talk, Howard, who finished 14th in Defensive Player of the Year voting, said that he found it amusing that Memphis Grizzlies center and brother of his teammate, Marc Gasol, won the award.
The news caused Dwight Howard to say “it’s funny,” but he wasn’t offering his signature smile...
The San Antonio Spurs took a 2 game lead on the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night. Parker had a strong night, Duncan and Leonard had 16 a piece. Steve Blake and Dwight Howard led the Lakers with 16 points each.
How the Spurs won:
Tony Parker played a great game in which Steve Blake was all over him. Parker finished the game with 28 points, 7 assist and 4 rebounds, but it wasn’t...
A mere seven-something minutes into tonight’s Lakers-Spurs matchup, Dwight Howard took it upon himself to connect on a monster dunk over the head of an unexpectant Tim Duncan (after receiving a stellar assist from Steve Blake, of course).
Check out this slam in the video below..can you say vintage Dwight Howard??
A headache for his coach, Kobe Bryant's tweets during a Lakers
playoff game were a hit at the NBA office.