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Skip to the 1:43 mark. Clearly Gerald Wallace is trying to get into the Mamba's head but foolish Gerald, tricks are for kids. This is Kobe? Not only does Kobe laugh off Gerald's attempt to distract him but he earned himself the easiest $500 bucks a sure Hall of Famer can earn. Way to go Gerald, way to piss off the Mamba with the game on the line.
Gerald received the opposite of the Death Stare, he earned the "Free Money" laugh.
BEST OF MAXIM
Last night’s game between the Nets and Lakers was an entertaining nail biter. It went down to the wire and came down to some freethrows that needed to be made by Kobe.
So Gerald Wallace decided to use some tricks on Kobe and challenge him to shoot them shots with his eyes close.
Kobe didn’t bite, or at least without challenging Wallace back with a bet. Wallace later explained...
Kobe Bryant and Gerald Wallace took trash talk to another level on Tuesday night.credit: blogs.ocweekly.com
The Los Angeles Lakers opened the Mike D’Antoni era with a 5 point win over the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night. It’s a solid win for a team who started the year out sluggishly, considering the Nets are thought to be one of the better teams in the league this year.
Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans became the first NBA player to be fined for flopping under the new league rules. Evans will have to pay a $5,000 fine as the league assessed him with his second flopping violation of the season after he used one to draw a personal foul on Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace during Tuesday night's game at the Staples Center. Evans...
Brooklyn Nets forward Reggie Evans made history by becoming the first NBA player to be fined for flopping.
Evans achieved the dubious NBA footnote after he stumbled into the bench when Metta World Peace brushed up against his arm in Tuesday night's game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
He was fined $5,000 for his second flopping offense under the NBA's new policy instituted...
PAST IS THE PAST
Lakers big man Dwight Howard doesn't appear too concerned about a rift that has seemingly developed between him and his former pal, Nets star Deron Williams.
Deron Williams and Dwight Howard were unable to join forces with the Nets or any other team, but both have seemingly moved on.
Deron Williams may have been more anxious than any other player or coach in the NBA during the whole Dwight Howard saga that took place last season. Williams wanted to play alongside a superstar, which is why he openly stated he was hoping Howard would come to the Brooklyn Nets and also why he strongly considered signing with the Dallas Mavericks. When all was said and done, he decided...
Reggie Evans became the first player to receive a monetary fine for flopping.
Ron being Ron...
The Brooklyn Nets' winning streak is over, but they still have a chance to equal the best 10-game start in franchise history.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson realizes it could be tough to stop that from happening.
Brooklyn will try to rebound from its first loss in nearly two weeks Wednesday night at Oracle Arena.
Looking to win six straight for the first time since...
Coach Mike had knee surgery a few weeks ago, so he’s been hobbled to say the least. But it’s been confirmed that Coach D will be on the sidelines for tonight’s big game against the Brooklyn Nets.
What better game to make a debut in, the Nets are 6-2 and a force. Catch the game tonight on NBAtv, let’s see what fury D’Antoni brings to the Lakers’ bench.
Dwight Howard slams two of his 23 against Brooklyn.
The By The Numbers recap for the Lakers’ 95-90 win over the Brooklyn Nets at Staples Center on Tuesday night. The Lakers are now 6-5, and next play at Sacramento on Wednesday night.
The winning percentage of the Nets after the Lakers victory over them on Tuesday. It marks the first time the Lakers have beaten a team over...