Found January 15, 2013 on
The Los Angeles Lakers got a much-needed win on Sunday against the Cleveland Cavaliers. They ended a six-game losing streak and held a team to less than 100 points for the first time in 2013.
Anyone want to guess who logged the most minutes in that game? It was not Kobe Bryant or Dwight Howard or even Metta World Peace. It was fourth-year small forward Earl Clark.
Clark played 36 minutes against the Cavs, scoring 13 points, grabbing nine rebounds and dishing out four assists.
This was not just a random outlier either. Clark was just one rebound away from logging his third straight double-double.
He has come on strong, filling in admirably for Pau Gasol, who is out with a concussion.
Clark is going to continue to get minutes as long as Gasol is out, and if he continues to put up solid numbers, you have to think that the Pau trade rumors are going to return with more traction than ever.
Of course this is just a small sample size. Clark has had his moments dur...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
For the sake of not attempting to manufacture a controversy, we’ll lay out a comment from Kobe Bryant from October and a recent comment from Steve Nash and leave it at that.
Back in October, just days after Dwight Howard was traded to the Lakers, Kobe Bryant emphatically stated that the Lakers are “still his team.” At the time, Howard and Nash predictably backed Kobe in his...
The addition of Dwight Howard and Steve Nash has not translated into wins for the LA Lakers. Can they still make a push to reach the playoffs at 15-21 and 5 games behind the 8th spot?
After 36 games, the Los Angeles Lakers are 15-21 with a 6-game losing streak. They sit 11th in the Western Conference and are 5 games behind the 8th spot which the Portland Trailblazers currently...
Robert Horry laid into former teammate Kobe Bryant while speaking at the ninth Lakers All-Access event at Staples Center."When Kobe is on the weak side, he needs to start paying attention to where the ball is and not be flying around, thinking he's some stealth bomber where he can get steals nonstop," said Horry.The Lakers (17-21) have struggled this season as a team...
Pau Gasol expects to return from a concussion on Thursday night when the Los Angeles Lakers host the Miami Heat.
Gasol has missed five games since Denver's JaVale McGee accidentally elbowed him in the face. The 7-foot Spaniard is optimistic he's ready to play again after going through a short workout with his teammates Wednesday at the Lakers' training complex.
The D-Fenders have reacquired forward Zach Andrews.
Dwight Howard had 31 points and 16 rebounds, Kobe Bryant also scored 31 points and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 104-88 Tuesday night for their second straight win after a six-game skid.
Metta World Peace added 12 points as the Lakers prepared for Thursday's visit from the NBA champion Miami Heat with an impressive effort against the Bucks, who lost for the...
Los Angeles Lakers forward went through 3-on-3 drills on Wednesday, and there's a chance he will be cleared to play Thursday against the Miami Heat, Gasol, who has not played since January 6 because of a concussion, still must be cleared by doctors to play in a game, but, according to the team, he said, "I'm optimistic." Gasol and the coaching staff have talked...
Stemming from an article by USA Today Sports, Dwight Howard made his comeback on Sunday evening against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Howard missed three games due to a shoulder injury. The Lakers, on the other hand, were stacking losses like no other. Dwight Howard’s return included an impressive 22 points and [...]
The Lakers currently rank sixth in points per possession, but just 21st on defense.
After stopping Brandon Jennings in the Lakers’ victory last night, Kobe Bryant dropped by the Loose Cannons Show today to chat with Pat O’Brien and Mike North. He addressed the slow start, potential rifts in the locker room, playing with a sense of urgency, and his future. After Pat ribbed Kobe for not getting him some new Kobe VIII shoes, Kobe promised to get him a pair. Even...