Found January 12, 2013 on
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More bad news for Lakers fans. You thought this season couldn’t get any worst? Another of the Lakers key reserves is out for the season. Back up big man, Jordan Hill requires season ending hip surgery. Hill suffered the injury last Sunday in a Lakers loss to the Nuggets. After seeing the team doctor and [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak said the Lakers are considering applying for a disabled players exception for Jordan Hill.
Hill is expected to have surgery to fix a possible labral tear and remove "loose bodies" from the joint. Recovery is expected to take six months and Hill would miss the remainder of the season.
The Lakers are eligible to apply for the exception...
It didn't look too promising for the tumultuous Bryant marriage of late, but now Kobe's better half has let the world know that things might workout for these crazy kids after all.
Kobe and Vanessa Bryant didn’t give up on their marriage, but Magic Johnson has divorced himself from this Los Angeles Lakers season. Facing their 6th-straight loss against the Thunder on Friday night, the former Lakers legend called it a season for the Lakers as they trailed by 16 at halftime. “It’s over for my Lakers. No playoffs, no nothing,” The Lakers ended up losing...
POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE?
Saying that those in the organization "still like this team a lot," Lakers executive vice president Jim Buss believes there is no reason to "blow up" the struggling team.
EL SEGUNDO Earl Clark savior?
Or is it: Earl Clark savior!
His performance in the next 46 games will ultimately provide the answer. The Lakers dont necessarily need the versatile 6-9 Clark to save them from playoff oblivion. They are, however, counting on him to replace the minutes and production of Jordan Hill.
Numbers-wise hes been even better than the always-energized...
LOS ANGELES After Friday nights 116-101 loss to Oklahoma City, a frustrated Mike DAntoni threw down the gauntlet to his team.
The season begins for us Sunday night, said the beleaguered head coach. Its time for us to plant our feet and make a stand. We cant wait any longer.
And for one of the few times this season on Sunday, the Lakers responded to their head coach in a positive...
On the bright side for Kobe at least he isn’t getting divorced anymore. Call me crazy, but I think Bean is taking the losses a little harder than Dwight Howard.
Remember when Jim Buss said it is 95% that Dwight re-signs with Lakers?
He might have been using Romney math with that one.
Earl Clark went from scoring 14 points all season (before Wednesday) to starting for the Lakers and guarding Kevin Durant on Friday.
The fourth-year forward got the nod from Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni after Pau Gasol was not medically cleared to play against Oklahoma City.
Gasol will miss his third game because of a concussion. The Lakers' next game after Oklahoma City...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Dwight Howard had 22 points and 14 rebounds in his return from a three-game injury absence, and the Los Angeles Lakers snapped their six-game losing streak with a 113-93 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night.
Kobe Bryant scored 23 points for the Lakers, who finally earned their first victory of 2013 while ending their longest skid since February...
It appears the Lakers' best course of action is to keep Gasol and then re-evaluate the situation in the summer.
While many media members buddy up with Dwight Howard because of his outgoing personality, Jeff Van Gundy is not falling for the act. Van Gundy believes that Howard got his brother, former Magic coach Stan Van Gundy, fired in Orlando, and he’s not afraid to call out Howard when he feels it is necessary.
During the second quarter of Friday’s Oklahoma City Thunder-Los Angeles Lakers...
Look on the bright side…The Lakers are gonna get their highest draft pick in years! Ah, that’s right. They traded away all their picks through the 2030 season. It was a nice thought though.
I just don’t get it! But please, spare me all of the excuses…
“They hired the wrong coach…”
“They don’t mesh well on the court…”
“Dwight doesn’t make his free...
LOS ANGELES -- There was a time when a 15-point win over the Los Angeles Lakers on their home floor was a cause for celebration. At least a smile or two. Not in the Oklahoma City Thunder locker room, though. Not with the Lakers just a shell of their former selves. Not with bigger fish to fry. These Thunder have their eyes on a grander prize. Oklahoma City built a 20-point...