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The Los Angeles Lakers agreed with free agent center Chris Kaman on a one-year deal Monday, and also used their amnesty provision on forward Metta World Peace. Kamanâ€™s deal will be worth the Lakersâ€™ mini mid-level exception an amount just under $3.2 million, according to RamonaÂ
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Steve Nash opened up about Dwight Howard leaving the Lakers and talked about how the season went among the guys.
Kobe Bryant has become a pro at this social media thing. After word began to spread that the Lakers would use the one-time amnesty clause on Metta World Peace, Kobe took to Twitter to share his thoughts.
No game 7 win without Metta! This is a tough day for laker nation #misspeace #newcbacasualty
â€” Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) July 9, 2013
Personally Iâ€™d keep Metta and make...
Now that Kobe and Dwight Howard are no longer teammates, the Mamba took some time to explain why he unfollowed Howard.
Kobe Bryant has not been with the Twitter Universe for long, but in the time that he has been tweeting he has grown quite the following (over 3 million). It's understandable too. When you are the best at what you do people are going to what a piece of you even if it is just clinging to your every word on social media.
That much was proven...
Ron Artest Sr. is hoping if his son, Metta World Peace, is waived today by the Los Angeles Lakers via the amnesty rule, he will attempt to finish his career with the Knicks.
Even though World Peace is seriously considering retiring instead of finishing his NBA career anywhere but L.A., Senior is hopeful his son will return to the city where he played his high school and college...
The Lakers season was a 'disaster', according to point guard Steve Nash, and that was before the Dwight Howard free-agency saga.
Nash, speaking on the radio on Tuesday, said he felt Howard never wanted to be a Laker.
"Ultimately, I think Dwight wasn't comfortable here and didn't want to be here and I think if he didn't want to be here, there's no point...
Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash doesn't believe Dwight Howard ever wanted to join the franchise and didn't expect the covered center to re-sign as a free agent.
"Ultimately, I think Dwight wasn't comfortable here and didn't want to be here and I think if he didn't want to be here, there's no point for anyone in him being here," Nash told ESPN...
LOS ANGELES Metta World Peace may not be worth the 7.7 million he's due in salary next season. Hes certainly not worth the 19 million payout, including luxury taxes, that keeping him on the books in Los Angeles necessitates.
It's simple math. Theres no reason for the Lakers not to use their amnesty provision, which wipes the 33-year-old forwards salary off the teams cap...
Now you can stop wondering if the Lakers will amnesty Kobe Bryant. The team will reportedly use the amnesty clause on Metta World Peace. This move will save the Lakers tax $8.3 million. World Peace wasnâ€™t effective this past season with the Lakers. Which shouldnâ€™t have surprised anyone, considering he had already lost a step in theÂ â€™11-â€™12 season.
World Peace injured his...
Kobe Bryant is out with a torn Achilles. Dwight Howard left for Houston. Metta World Peace could be amnestied at any minute. Itâ€™s safe to say that the Los Angeles Lakers are going through some turmoil right now.
For the first time in a long time, the Lakers have fallen out of the NBAâ€™s spotlight. They are an old team with a coach that hasnâ€™t really won anything and an egotistical...
Yesterday, reports surfaced that Lakers forward Metta World Peace would be amnestied. And though the news isnâ€™t quite official, teammate Kobe Bryant went ahead and voiced his displeasure about the move.A day later weâ€™re all at the point that itâ€™s a foregone conclusion that World Peace will be amnestied, so now itâ€™s time to discuss where World Peace could land. As usual Sam...
The one and only Kobe Bryant threw the entire weight of his Twitter account behind Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig's All-Star candidacy.
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Admit it, virtually all basketball fans wish they could have been a fly on the wall when Kobe Bryant learned that Dwight Howard was taking his talents to Houston. Well, we may never know exactly how Bryant reacted to the news, but we may have the next best thing â€” Metta World Peace getting the word. World Peace was leaving Mastroâ€™s in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Sunday night, when...