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The Lakers have had difficulty playing Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol together this season.
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Dwight Howard has been known to be a pretty great farter. And according to his former Orlando Magic teammate, Glen “Big Baby” Davis, Dwight can apparently control the volume of his farts. So of course this topic of interest was covered in the latest interview with the Laker center on 790 the ticket.
The following is a transcription of the radio interview provided by Sports Radio...
Los Angeles Lakers power forward, Pau Gasol will be in the starting lineup tonight when the Lakers face the Washington Wizards. Gasol has been out since early February, recovering from a torn plantar fascia. The question on everyone’s mind is now, what kind of impact will Gasol have on Los Angeles upon his long-awaited return and why is D’Antoni putting Gasol in the starting...
Coach Mike D'Antoni said he expects Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol to play Friday as the Lakers host the Washington Wizards.
Bryant sprained his ankle in the closing seconds of a loss to Atlanta on March 13. After pushing through the first quarter against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, Bryant hasn't been able to play.
Wednesday marks six weeks and two days since Pau Gasol...
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni is hopeful Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol will return Friday for the Lakers' game against the Washington Wizards.
"Hopefully Kobe and Pau w
Mike D'Antoni is adamant Pau Gasol will play a major role in the Lakers' late-game rotation.
According to Kobe Bryant's Twitter feed, the Lakers All-Star guard is probable for the Lakers' battle at Staples Center Friday night against the Washington Wizards.
Ankle was a lil sore from practice yesterday but should be good to go tonight mambaface Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) March 22, 2013
A Lakers spokesman confirmed that Pau Gasol and Bryant are probable to start against...
Dwight Howard attended the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards in LA on Saturday night and was one of the many to receive the famous green slime after a dunking duel with show host Josh Duhamel. ”I guess that’s what we call a slime dunk!” Duhamel shouted as the Lakers center was gifted with a green shower.
Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol are returning to the lineup for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Coach Mike D'Antoni says both will start against the Washington Wizards on Friday night at Staples Center.
Bryant has missed two games with a severely sprained left ankle. Gasol has been out since Feb. 5 with a right foot injury. They'll join Dwight Howard, Steve Nash and Metta World Peace...
Los Angeles Lakers forward Antawn Jamison has played for five different teams over his 15-season career, but says he's never played with a guy quite like Kobe Bryant.
"This guy's a different dude," Jamison said of
Just when you thought the Lakers were becoming a threat in the Western Conference, they go out and lose to the Washington Wizards at home. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol returned from injuries Friday, but the team blew a big third quarter lead and lost 103-100. After the game, coach Mike D’Antoni ripped into the team and decried their championship aspirations. D’Antoni’s biggest...
Good news, Lakers fans...
According to ESPN LA's Dave McMenamin's Twitter handle, Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni "expects" to see both Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol back in action Friday when the team hosts the Washington Wizards.
D'Antoni says he "expects" both Kobe and Pau in the lineup Friday vs. Washington
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten...
The Los Angeles Lakers appear close to having their four stars together on the floor again.
Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol could both return from injuries as the Lakers try for an eighth straight home win Friday night against the Washington Wizards.
Los Angeles coach Mike D'Antoni said Wednesday he hopes his two injured stars could play Friday. Bryant missed the last two games and...
The Lakers have had their ups and downs all season long. Winning streaks, losing streaks, injuries, coaching changes. The list goes on. But this week they’ve had something that they’ve seldom had all season long. Something that they’ve desperately needed.
The Lakers have had three days off this week, and with both Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol injured, as well as...