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Teams maybe interested in acquiring Dwight Howard, but the Los Angeles Lakers continue to say they aren't ready to give up the All-Star, and hope to sign him to a new contract when he becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer.
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Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard said on Wednesday that things will be different now, adding that he plans to take more responsibility for the team's success, according to an ESPNLosAngeles.com report. "I think this will be the start of a new season for us tonight," Howard said Wednesday morning, according to the report. "Hopefully our effort and energy...
EL SEGUNDO Lakers center Dwight Howard, who aggravated his right shoulder injury in last nights game at Memphis, was examined today in Los Angeles by shoulder specialist Dr. James Tibone.
Tibone confirmed that there is no further damage, and that Howard has been cleared to continue to play.
Mike D’Antoni announced Monday that Pau Gasol would be out as Lakers’ starter permanently. He stressed that the Lakers play better when they’re small and that Earl Clark, who played well in Gasol’s absence, is the new starting power forward.
Well, Pau Gasol isn’t happy with the decision as you may of suspected. He recently made it clear that he wants to continue to be a...
Kobe Bryant has been non-stop entertainment since he joined Twitter just a few weeks back. On Sunday he announced that today (Jan 22, and 1pm pst) NBA TV will be replaying his 81-point performance against the Knicks which happened seven years ago, and he will be live-Tweeting it. You can follow Kobe right HERE and enjoy the fun.
Letting u know that tmr I’m gonna watch my 81 game...
Dwight Howard certainly made good on his desire to “dominate.” (Yes, that is more sarcasm in what has been just a brutal season for the Lakers thus far.)
Howard, fresh out of a Lakers team meeting, talked with reporters at Los Angeles’ shootaround on Wednesday, and he sounded like a man who was ready to make strides in the right direction. The Lakers’ controversial big man...
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Jim Buss chose Steve Nash over Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard in terms of the fit of the Lakers' head coach, according to a source.
Big guys and free throws seems to be a match made in hell, and not just in the NBA. The number 5 ranked Louisville Cardinals lost to the un-ranked Villanova last night 73-64. The biggest disparity between the Cardinals winning and losing was their free throw percentage. They shot 50% from the line going 12 of 24, while the Villanova shot 75% from the line. Rick Pitino blamed their...
We've had our fair share of snafus involving the Los Angeles Kings. including them trading for Steve Nash, a local TV anchor spanking the Devils mascot on-air, an infographic released by the team to explain themselves to the local media, and even the local media confusing them for the Sacramento Kings.
Now that hockey is back and the reigning Stanley Cup champions are back...
Another game. Another loss. Who is to blame for such woes?
The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Chicago Bulls 95-83 on Monday night, continuing the free-fall for the “Purple and Gold.” At 17-24, they currently sit at 12th in the West, four games behind the Houston Rockets for the eighth seed. Not exactly what people expected out of the new-look Lakers.
Who is to blame for the...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- A team meeting didn't help stop the losing, and this season just keeps spinning away from the Lakers.
Darrell Arthur scored a season-high 20 points and Mike Conley added 19 as the Memphis Grizzlies beat Los Angeles 106-93 Wednesday night, handing the Lakers their fourth straight loss and 10th in 12 games.
"I do think they play as hard as they can...