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WASHINGTON — The Los Angeles Lakers have for the moment stopped what has been the team’s worst free-fall in recent memory.
Their four-game losing streak was snapped as Kobe Bryant missed 20 shots on his way to scoring 30 points.
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The Lakers are currently on a road trip that lands them in Madison Square Garden tonight. On Wednesday night, TMZ spotted Kobe with his wife Vanessa following the 121212 Hurrican Sandy relief concert. Vanessa going on road trips… interesting. TMZ notes that the couple has been off and on. Seems as if they’re taking [...]
The Los Angeles Lakers can ill-afford any more injuries. Kobe Bryant understands this. He played against the Washington Wizards Friday night despite back spasms that first arose after the Lakers' loss to the New York Knicks Thursday. According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, Bryant played through the back spasms against the Knicks and did so last night against the...
The Lakers have struggled this season and are looking to turn things around. Kobe believes Metta World Peace can help lead the way.
Kobe Bryant spoke harshly about the Lakers struggles after their loss to the Knicks.
We know Melo gets buckets. We know he can carry his team to success. He has a track record in college, but the pros are a different matter. But he has been scorching. He’s probably the biggest reason with the Knicks being relevant. In fact, this is what Kobe had to say about it. The [...]
J.R. Smith responded to some Laker fans on Twitter Wednesday night. During the spree, Smith bashed Kobe Bryant insinuating he takes too many shots. This, coming from one of the most ridiculed players at shot selection. Does having a better record 21 games into the season justify Smith talking trash about one of the greatest players of all time? You be the judge:
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Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers are winning again. It's just a two-game streak, but it's still a turnaround from their abysmal play of late.
Bryant scored 34 points, Metta World Peace added 19 points and a career-high 16 rebounds and the Lakers won consecutive games for the first time in nearly a month with a 111-98 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday.
Photo courtesy of Rob Carr, Getty ImagesSomething looked weird at Verizon Center tonight; an oddity of sorts in these uncertain days – SMILING FACES. We’d forgotten what Kobe Bryant’s signature smirk looked like; wondered where Dwight Howard’s happy-go-lucky persona had gone; didn’t know when Metta World-Peace’s random comical remarks would make their re-appearance. All...
At this point guarding Smush Parker might be a struggle for Bean, but here is what he had to say about Carmelo and King Hairline. To Kobe Bryant, Carmelo Anthony is the toughest cover in the NBA. Tougher, even, than LeBron James. “For me, yeah,” ”He was the most difficult because of his size and [...]
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Carmelo Anthony is a greater personal defensive challenge for Kobe Bryant than LeBron James.
Despite the efforts of the NBA's scoring leader, the Los Angeles Lakers have sputtered along without their starting point guard.
The Philadelphia 76ers also struggled without their top playmaker last time out, and could be without him again.
While the Lakers try to win back-to-back games for the first time in nearly four weeks, the host 76ers look to avoid their first three...