Found January 26, 2012 on
Poor Andrew Bynum never had a chance against Blake’s double clutch dunk
BEST OF MAXIM
Not only is Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant currently leading the NBA in scoring (30.2 ppg as of 1/26), he also tops the League in player earnings according to a report by Forbes.com. According to Forbes, Bryant’s earnings from his NBA salary and endorsement deals is over $53 million for 2012. Unfortunately a large [...]
Ask the players and they'll tell you it's just another game. Don't believe them.
The Lakers and Clippers share the same city. They share the same court in the same arena. They share some of the same fans. So Wednesday's game at Staples Center has to be more than just another game for these guys. No matter what they say, it really is a battle for LA.
Only Kobe Bryant understands that it isn’t enough for Wang Leehom to be a multi-talented Chinese mega star — which is okay, I guess. However if Wang Leehom was a be a multi-talented Chinese mega star that became a system under the tutaledge of Kobe Bryant — that would be something special. How beautiful.
The L.A. teams meet Wednesday for the second time this season and whether it's a real rivalry or not, the Lakers really need a win.Pau Gasol said Tuesday the Clippers must be taken "very seriously." He wasn't joking.
The Los Angeles Clippers held the lead over the Lakers for most of the game on Wednesday night, but were unable to put the game away at any point, and ended up succumbing to the Lakers because of Pau Gasol‘s aggressive play and yet another late-game takeover by a Mr. Kobe Bryant. The Clippers got…
Kobe Bryant scored 12 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, Pau Gasol had 23 points and 10 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit for a 96-91 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night.
PBT: There is starting to be a real rivalry is Los Angeles. It showed up in a little end of game sequence from the Lakers win over the Clippers Wednesday night between Chris Paul and Pau Gasol.
The Los Angeles Lakers have surpassed the New York Knicks as the NBA's most valuable team, according to Forbes' annual report.
The magazine said Wednesday that the Lakers' value had increased 40 percent since last year to $900 million thanks to its blockbuster Time Warner TV deal. The Knicks...
The struggling Lakers will play the host tonight against the Clippers when the two Staples Center inhabitants meet for the second time this season.