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Josh McRoberts knew the odds were not good that his hometown team, the Indiana Pacers, would re-sign him during the offseason.
At the same time, McRoberts, who spent three seasons with the Pacers, felt “insulted” that they didn’t reach out to him or his agent once free agency started.
“I definitely felt insulted,” the Los Angeles Lakers [...]
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Kobe Bryant sponsored a clothing drive at UC Irvine to help the people affected by the Tornadoes that hit Joplin Missouri in May 2011 and he showed up on Extreme Makeover to give it a little promo.
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The show was working with a family in Joplin, Missouri, who lost everything last year in a tornado that decimated the town. Kobe was part of a drive in Southern...
Forward scores 11 points against the Pacers, his first game in double digits since Jan. 1.This is what the Lakers need out of Metta World Peace , nothing worthy of a player-of-the-week award but nothing colossally bad either.
Ask the players and they'll tell you it's just another game. Don't believe them.
The Lakers and Clippers share the same city. They share the same court in the same arena. They share some of the same fans. So Wednesday's game at Staples Center has to be more than just another game for these guys. No matter what they say, it really is a battle for LA.
Over the weekend, Kobe Bryant made a guest appearance on the ABC show, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition". Watch as Kobe helps a family and people affected by the Joplin tornado with a clothing drive:
In case you missed it because you were busy watching the Harbaugh family suffer on national television, Kobe Bryant was on “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” helping people who actually suffered. Real loss. The show was working with a family in Joplin, Missouri, who lost everything last year in a tornado that decimated the town. Kobe…
Roy Hibbert scored eight of his 18 points in the fourth quarter playing with a broken nose, and five of his teammates also scored in double figures to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 98-96 on Sunday night.
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No one knows what the future holds for Derek Fisher, but the prized baseball player now knows where he'll be spending the summer.
The Cedar Crest grad who is in his freshman year at the University of Virginia has agreed to play his summer ball for the Madison Mallards in Wisconsin. The Mallards compete in the 16-team Northwoods League, which is the nation'...