Found November 10, 2012 on
It ain’t our fault T
The Lakers looked like a different team last night only allowing 77 points to the Warriors. Hopefully they get the “Zen Master” back and make a title run. Until then please enjoy the funny gallery of memes and photo’s.-TO
Lakers Reach out to Phil Jackson
Black Mamba Rolls Out in His Red Ferrari
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That would be gnarly T…
As the Los Angeles Lakers continue their losing ways, the fans and Lakers brass are nearing their breaking point. Our sources tell us, they are reaching, but have contacted Phil Jackson to see if the 11 time NBA Championship Coach would take over the reigns one more time. Despite publicly backing Mike Brown, privately they have begun searching for a replacement...
Back in the early 2000's, the rivalry between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers was at epic proportions. Both teams had to go through one another en route to the NBA Finals as they competed for Western Conference supremacy.
There was no love lost between the two squads and when they did meet in the playoffs, it was sure to be a series for the ages. It was Kobe...
If you’re into conspiracy theories, you’d have to believe that the Lakers had reached out to Phil BEFORE they fired Mike Brown Friday morning. In any case, Yahoo is reporting that the Zen Master is back for his third go round with the Lakers. Jim Clemmons and Kurt Rambis are said to be joining [...]
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. It is easy to paint the firing of Mike Brown just five games into the second season of a four-year, 18 million contract as an overreaction of Steinbrenner-like proportions.
The firing of Brown was simply an acknowledgement by Jim Buss, the son of Lakers owner Jerry Buss, that he never should have hired Brown in the first place.
Read into the Princeton...
LOS ANGELES -- The L.A. Times is reporting that former Lakers' coach Phil Jackson met with team management Saturday, and is reportedly ready to take over the team for a third stint following Friday's unexpected dismissal of Mike Brown. However, a source close to the Lakers tells FoxSportsWest.com that while Jackson is definitely at the top of the list, there is no guarantee...
The Lakers have officially met with Phil Jackson, and he walked away without the head coaching position with Los Angeles.
The Lakers haven’t made Jackson an official offer, but it’s been made clear the job is his if he wants it according to Mike Bresnahan from the Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles is making plans if Jackson rejects their offer. Mike Dunleavy, Mike D’Antoni and...
Tweet Reports are pointing to the Los Angeles Lakers bringing back Phil Jackson, saying there is a 95% chance Jackson will return for his third stint as their head coach. The Lakers coaching vacancy was created when the team fired Mike Brown after a disappointing 1-4 record to begin the season. Jackson led the Lakers [...]
. Ok, not breaking news any more re. Mike Brown being fired, and I guess it's no surprise that the rumor mill is firing up massively as to who will be his replacement. ESPN reports that Phil Jackson is open to a return to the NBA,
Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak told reporters Friday afternoon that the team's brain trust -- Kupchak along with Lakers owner Dr. Jerry...
The Lakers hire Mike D’Antoni as their new head coach.
In an unexpected twist, ESPNLA.com is reporting the Lakers have hired Mike D’Antoni, not Phil Jackson, to be their next head coach.
From all accounts Phil was just “asking for the moon” and the Lakers were unable to come to an agreement with him.
For the complete story, check it out at ESPNLA.com.
Lenny Wilkens on Fox Sports Tonight talking about the firing of Mike Brown, where the Lakers stand, and the speculation of Phil Jackson coming back.
Like just about everybody else, Gary Payton believes Phil Jackson would be the best fit for the Los Angeles Lakers' coaching job.
But the future Hall of Famer doesn't see Jackson wanting to come back.
"Because he'd be going back into a situation where they blasted him when he left," Payton said in a phone interview with FOX Sports Florida, referring to Jackson...
After starting the season with one win out of their first five games the Los Angeles Lakers have decided it was time to move on from the Mike Brown era according to Yahoo! Sports.
This morning coach Brown was removed from a meeting and informed that he was relieved of his duties.
The Lakers this season were implementing a new offensive system that was partially to blame for their...