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DeAndre Jordan threw a free throw attempt up against the Los Angeles Lakers that would make Shaq look good.
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In Thursday night's NBA matchup between the Los Angeles rivals at the Staples Center, Clippers star Blake Griffin and Lakers star Kobe Bryant exchanged slam dunks in the third quarter. Griffin's dunk came off a perfect lob pass from Clippers guard Chris Paul midway through the third quarter. A minute later, Bryant beat Clippers guard Jamal Crawford one-on-one and threw...
Written By Clifford Santa Monica, Nash’s pedestrian performances this year can be attributed mainly to two things: 1) His age 2) The fact that he shares the court with Kobe Bean Bryant Regarding the latter, despite the fact that the self-named Mamba has one of the highest basketball IQ’s of this generation or any other, it seems that he just can’t...
The Los Angeles Lakers went into the All-Star break on a poor note, and Kobe Bryant is not happy about it.
The Lakers were blown out by the Los Angeles Clippers 125-101 at Staples Center Thursday night in the NBA’s last game before the All-Star break. The contest was showcased by TNT as the second half of what was expected to be a great doubleheader. Much like the first game,...
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant does his thing anytime he chooses to. At the drop of a dime, if Kobe wants to prove something to naysayers, he will.
If Kobe hears that he’s shooting too much, he will go out, pass the ball, rebound the ball, and pass up shots just to prove a point.
Bryant started the season scorching from the field, shooting 46.3% from the field. He’s come back to...
Lakers owner Jerry Buss has an undisclosed form of cancer and is in the intensive care unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, according to several people familiar with the situation."He's doing fine," Buss' son Jim told The Times in a brief interview Thursday. "We just aren't going to make any comments on it. We've been dealing with this."Buss, 80...
According to Stephen A. Smith, the Lakers center has told another NBA player that he's going to be playing for the Brooklyn Nets next season.
When Dwight Howard is not happy, the rumors fly like bodies at a bullfight.
What we can do is prepare to consistently breakdown the difference between reality and the wishful thinking among those that live for dream scenarios.
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The Los Angeles Lakers are a struggling team. They have become the laughingstock of the entire league. With such talent, they cannot seem to put together what they have. After [...]
In an interview with Nike at All-Star weekend in Houston, Kobe Bryant confirmed what most of us already knew. When asked how much longer he feels he can play in the NBA, the Black Mamba replied, “Probably two years max, next year might be it..”
There have been rumors that the Los Angeles Lakers may attempt to trade Dwight Howard prior to the this month’s deadline, but the team has told the center that they’re not going to move him, reports Brett Pollakoff of Pro Basketball Talk.Howard said that he was told by Lakers’ general manager Mitch Kupchak that he wouldn’t be traded. He said that he’d be “surprised”...
The Dwight Howard era in Los Angeles hasn't exactly started off as expected. There's been nothing but drama, infighting, rumors and a lot of losing too.
There's been speculation that the Lakers could try to move Howard, with all of the aforementioned things seemingly likely to keep him from signing an extension with the storied Los Angeles franchise. Those have been...
Although Dwight Howard said the Lakers informed him that he would not be dealt by next week’s trade deadline, there are reports that the Celtics and Lakers have had discussions that would sent the soon-to-be free agent to Boston for injured All-Star Rajon Rondo.
According to Ken Berger, CBS Sports:
CBSSports.com has learned that the Lakers have engaged in preliminary trade discussions...
Ken Berger of CBS Sports has this blockbuster report:
However, CBSSports.com has learned that the Lakers have engaged in preliminary trade discussions with an unlikely trade partner regarding Howard: their fierce rival, the Boston Celtics. The centerpieces of the possible deal, which hasn’t gained any traction, would be Howard and Rajon Rondo.
The imagination runs rampant with...
Kobe Bryant's shooting percentage has decreased each month since the start of the season.
Source who would definitely know re: reported Rondo/Howard talks: "nothing. Zero. Nada. Niente. Clear?" So, there's that.50 minutes ago via Mobile Web (M5)ReplyRetweetFavorite@daldridgetntDavid AldridgeUm, whoa. The Celtics and Lakers have reportedly discussed a Dwight Howard-for-Rajon Rondo deal. But it doesn’t seem like any trade will actually happen. Read the latest here.