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The Lakers' expected starting five has played one preseason game together.
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EL SEGUNDO, CA -- What would a Laker season be without some Kobe Bryant drama at some point?
This year it came a bit earlier than the team and its fans expected.
Content with his newly rebuilt team of Dwight Howard, Steve Nash and Antawn Jamison, Bryant seemed very happy throughout the preseason, averaging 20.4 points, 4.8 rebound and 3.4 assists in just 28 minutes per game. While...
Now former LA Laker guard Andrew Goudelock
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The Los Angeles Lakers waived 2011 2nd round pick Andrew Goudelock today, to the surprise of many people in the City of Angels. Goudelock was drafted for his scoring and 3-point shooting abilities, mostly off of his merits at the College of Charleston, where he was one of the nations most prolific scorers and...
Dwight Howard now admits that the trade mess he put the NBA and its fans through in the last few years was like going through hell.
But he still appears to be missing the point: It was hell for everyone else, Dwight, and no one really cares if it bothered you.
Howard, who has been busy expressing how happy he is to be with the Lakers after spending a couple of...
Kobe Bryant has really been active on Facebook. That was a great sight to see as he posted pictures and status updates during the 2012 Olympics in London. With the NBA season opening tonight, the media was speculating if Kobe would play or not due to his foot injury. As the LA Times pointed out, Kobe posted on his Facebook to give the media something true to talk about. The...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant did not practice Monday, and it's uncertain whether he will play in Tuesday's regular-season opener against the Dallas Mavericks, the Los Angeles Times reported. Bryant has not played or practiced since he suffered a strained right foot in an Oct. 21 preseason game. Bryant did not speak to reporters Monday, and opinions within the...
Will Kobe Bryant play the season opener or not? Los Angeles Lakers’ fans and social media users were asking this question at a high enough frequency to make ‘Kobe’ a trending topic on Tuesday. After the future Hall of Fame guard hurt his foot in a preseason game against the Sacramento Kings on October 21st,...Read the Rest...
Tweet The Lakers waived second year guard Andrew Goudelock Saturday to cut their roster down to 15 players. Goudelock, who’s 2012-13 contract was non-garaunteed, was battling with rookies Darius Johnson-Odom and Robert Sacre for the Lakers final roster spot. Sacre has played well in the preseason while filling in at starting center for Dwight Howard. [...]
Kobe Bryant has missed the last week of practice with an injury.
His teammates still don't know their new offense. And the Los
Angeles Lakers just finished the first winless preseason in
Kobe Bryant sat out practice on Sunday, the sixth day he has missed due to a strained and bruised right foot.
Disappointing playoff outcomes led the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks to retool their rosters in hopes of again rising to the top of the Western Conference.
Each team, though, surrounded its long-standing - yet ailing - superstar in different manners.
Kobe Bryant's status is up in the air and Dirk Nowitzki won't play as these new-look squads open their seasons...
In stark contrast to the opinions of seventy percent of the league’s general managers, the Los Angeles Lakers will prevent the Miami Heat from going back-to-back and the organization will capture its18th Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy this June. The … Continue reading →