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Tomorrow’s story tonight … LAS VEGAS — The Lakers kicked off summer league play with a 24-second violation, a missed shot, a turnover and soon enough a double-digit deficit in the opening minutes against the Golden State Warriors on Friday at the Cox Pavilion. The Lakers finished with lots more turnovers, lots more missed shots [...]
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To hear a guy discuss the fact that he has been playing 16 going on 17 years in the NBA is a rare thing. With Kobe Bryant everything seems to be pretty rare.
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Forget about action that took place on a field or a court this weekend. We’ve got the sports highlight of July here for you. It also happens to be the best assist you may see all season long.
I can’t say we’ve got background on this clip beyond the visual evidence, but you could not create this scene any better if you scripted and staged this one better than...
Kyrie Irving is one confident young player in the NBA believing he can beat Kobe Bryant in a one on one challenge. During a recent team USA practice he stepped up to the plate and ...(Read more...)
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Kobe Bryant says the 2012 US Olympic basketball team would beat the original Dream Team of 1992.
USA! Who’s number one?
Charles Barkley—and almost everyone 40 or older—knows that Kobe is dead wrong.
Rick Doyle of nesn.com writes:
Charles Barkley doesn’t agree with Kobe Bryant.
Bryant said Wednesday that he believes the current USA Olympic squad...
Dwight Howard is the most dominant force in the NBA at his position. I say that with all due respect to Andrew Bynum the 24 year old up and coming beast that is the current Laker center and arguably the second best center in the league.
Bynum is no Howard. This should go without saying, but the proof is in the pudding to coin the old cliche’.
You say, look at those post...
Kyrie Irving had a phenomenal rookie year, and he is also abusing cats during Summer League and Team USA practices. You may remember the video in which he was blowing past Harden and Westbrook, needless to say, Irving is really feeling himself now. Thus, he challenged Kobe Bryant to a one-on-one game, and Kobe [...]
Always a good sport, Steve Nash recorded fans handing off a Keystone Light on the from their car to his cab, on the highway.
While the Los Angeles Lakers acquisition of two-time MVP Steve Nash came with a fancy price tag of an estimated $27 million over three years, the organization probably would have liked to know that it ...
LA basketball fans are passionate about the Lakers. Want to see a real live example of that passion? Check out this video of newly minted Laker Steve Nash as he encounters a few fans on the freeway that just want to express their happiness that he’s now crew and share a beer! How cool [...]
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One by one, members of the Dream Team have been responding to Kobe Bryant, who said that this year's USA basketball team would pull out a victory over the 1992 squad. Magic Johnson offered his feedback via Twitter. Johnson kicked off his series of tweets by re-tweeting ESPN's Dick Vitale, who said that he totally agrees with Michael Jordan, who admitted earlier in the day...
When Kobe Bryant announced to the world his current group of Olympic teammates would defeat basketball’s immortal Dream Team, many scoffed. However, Bryant’s bold assertion was not only correct, but again exposed the media’s childlike adulation for anything Michael Jordan related. The 1992 Dream Team was the first group of NBA All-Stars toplay in the Olympics, and yes, they...
The newest member of the Los Angeles Lakers, Steve Nash, expressed
his thanks to some fans who were kind enough to hand him a beer
while driving at full speed down a California freeway.