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This week brought the Lakers triumphs against the Bulls, Magic, and Pacers and a loss to the Hawks. Not to mention a sprained ankle to our fearless leader. Here’s what Twitter had to say about all that and more in our favorite Tweets of the Week.
#Lakers Charity Event with @redfoo and @kobebryant baby!! #LaFreaK twitter.com/LMFAO/status/3…
— LMFAO (@LMFAO) March 11, 2013
Party Rock is in the house tonight… Red Foo poses with Kobe Bryant at the Lakers’ Casino Charity Event.
Magic fans really invested in Dwight Howard hate night tonight twitter.com/BeyondTheBuzze… (H/T @beyondthebuzzer)
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) March 13, 2013
Not a friendly welcome back for D12. That’s ok. He showed them what they’re missing.
Being a Laker fan is really a mixed bag. On the one hand, other fans hate you. On the other hand, you get to be physically attractive.
— Dexter Fishmore (@dexterfishmore) March 14, 2013
Controversial but we agree!
Kobe diagrams a play for Dwight on the bench twitter.com/mcten/status/3…
— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) March 15, 2013
Will we be seeing Coach Kobe in the future?!
Just talked to Cortez Bryant (Wayne’s manager) & he said Tunechi is all good. He’s actually watching the @lakers game at the hospital.
— Franny Pacquiao (@DJ_FRANZEN) March 16, 2013
Lil Wayne has proven his dedication time and time again.
Listening to the lakers beat the pacers in the car on my way to play Staples! Booyah! Ill keep it warm for you fellas. #golakers
— Adam Levine (@adamlevine) March 16, 2013
He’s either sitting courtside for Laker games or performing for thousands at the venue. Does Adam Levine live at Staples Center?!
Good rebound eminem…my boy
— Jordan Craig Hill (@jordanchill43) March 16, 2013
Eminem=Steve Blake. Thanks Jordan for sharing that amazing nickname.
Ooh no did the LAKERS BEAT the second best team in east wit no KOBE!!! But I mean I guess I’m still crazy!
— Nelly_Mo(@Nelly_Mo) March 16, 2013
Yes, they did Nelly! You’re not crazy. We saw it happen too.
George Hill was mad cuz there were more Laker fans vs Pacer fans @ last night’s game. He obviously doesn’t know how strong #LakerNation is.
— LA Sports Radio (@LASportsRadio) March 16, 2013
Sorry bout it.
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The Internet continues to be an incredible little tool for blasts from the past, and this morning it didn’t disappoint. Check out the below video which is over 13 minutes of a majority of the Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan one-on-one moments during NBA games. The two had four years of overlap in the NBA.
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