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Kobe Bryant has overtaken LeBron James as the top vote-getter for the 2013 NBA All-Star Game. The league issued the second set of balloting returns on Thursday, with Bryant pulling ahead of James by 7,130 votes.
The starters in the Western Conference project to be Kevin Durant (970,314), Dwight Howard (616,150), Chris Paul (542,565), Blake Griffin (489,795) and Bryant (977,444).
The only change that seems feasible before voting closes Jan. 14 is Jeremy Lin of the Houston Rockets overtaking Paul. Lin is 46,431 votes behind, but currently it looks like Los Angeles will be represented by four All-Star starters.
The Eastern Conference voting is nearly set as well, with Carmelo Anthony (891,759, Dwyane Wade (645,875), Rajon Rondo (574,272), Kevin Garnett (328,716) and James (970,314) the leading vote-getters. Chris Bosh (308,194) is within range of passing Garnett.
Others Lakers getting votes include Pau Gasol (197,377), Steve Nash (166,262) and Metta World Peace (85,279).
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Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol sealed the team's Christmas Day victory over the New York Knicks at the Staples Center by driving down the lane and throwing down a powerful two-handed slam dunk. Gasol's dunk gave the Lakers a 5-point lead with 11.6 seconds left and wrapped up a 100-94 victory. Gasol finished with 13 points and 8 rebounds in the game. Video via NBA...
LOS ANGELES -- Oscar Robertson, move over. Christmas has a new king. Kobe Bryant scored 34 points to become the NBA's career Christmas Day scoring leader, and he lifted the Los Angeles Lakers to their fifth straight win, a 100-94 victory over the New York Knicks at Staples Center. Los Angeles trailed 80-79 with nine minutes to play before Bryant sparked an 8-0 run, scoring...
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His bull-dog, constant effort mentality would never let him to do such a cowardly thing and has contributed greatly to what he has become as a basketball player, a future Hall-of...
The Los Angeles Lakers have now played a game on Christmas day 15 seasons in a row. And for some players, the routine is wearing thin. According to the L.A. Times, when asked to read a few lines of a Christmas poem, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, who has played in every one of those Christmas-day games of the last 14 years for Los Angeles, responded with an “Are you serious?!”.
Kobe Bryant scored 27 points, and Dwight Howard added 21 points and 14 rebounds as the host Los Angeles Lakers cruised past the Portland Trail Blazers 104-87 Friday night at the Staples Center. The Lakers (15-15) took a 22-point lead into the fourth quarter en route to their sixth win in seven games. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points for Portland (14-13), which lost for just...
MIAMI Amar'e Stoudemire and a fire extinguisher stole the show April 30, 2012 at AmericanAirlines Arena. But something else happened then that would prove to be notable.LeBron James didnt score 20 points.It was Game 2 of an Eastern Conference first-round series between Miami and New York. After his Knicks lost 104-94, a frustrated Stoudemire cut his left hand badly when whacking...
Every year of LeBron James’ career, as it gets closer to the All-Star break, people start hoping. “Will this finally be the year we see LeBron in the dunk contest?” The answer is always no.
As each year goes by, the hope dwindles a bit as LeBron gets older and loses a little more explosiveness in his legs. Don’t get me wrong, I still think he could put on a hell of a...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- In the final seconds of a close game with the Miami Heat, who would Luc Richard Mbah a Moute rather guard, LeBron James or Dwyane Wade?
"They both are bad options," Mbah a Moute said with a grin. "I don't have a preference. Both those guys are tough in their own way."
Welcome to Mbah a Moute's world. A world in which he's tasked...
LeBron James was whistled on Tuesday for trying to block a dunk attempt by Serge Ibaka.
How time flies; it seems like the Heat JUST finished steamrolling OKC 4-1 to win LeBron James his 1st ring, yet 2013 is less than a week away. This season has been anything but run-of-the-mill. The New York Knicks have crashed the "League OF Elite" Party, and several players are forcing us to reassess the "star" hierarchy that's been established over time...
Jalen Lindsey is one of the top small forwards in the 2014 class. Here's a highlight reel of the five-star prospect at LeBron James Skills Academy.
Serge Ibaka has already blocked 81 shots this season, which, as you might expect, happens to be more than anyone else in the league. Not even Air Congo can stuff ‘em all, though. Take this LeBron James putback, for instance…
When you think about it, the degree of difficulty involved here is pretty impressive. To time a one-handed putback and throw it down with such force...
No one's rushing to anoint the Los Angeles Clippers, who at 22-6 own the NBA's best record. They're not exactly impressed with themselves, either - despite a franchise-record 14-game winning streak.
''It is still early in the season and we have a lot to prove to the rest of the league,'' Matt Barnes said after he helped the Clippers' reserves outscore...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Win and move on. That seems to be the Miami Heat's approach right now as it enters its first extended road stretch this season. So even though the Heat couldn't put away the lowly Charlotte Bobcats until late in the fourth quarter, coach Erik Spoelstra and his players were satisfied for the most part with their 105-92 victory at Time Warner Cable Arena...
From Tim Lincecum, to LeBron James, to Iron Mike Tyson, this video pretty much has it all. Clearly this video is NSFW because of the cursing so make sure you throw on your head phones before you watch it and be sneaky. Video below.
Live TV Cursing Compilation During Sports in 2012
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