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Christian Eyenga averaged 12.2 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.3 blocks and 33.0 minutes in six D-League games.
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SACRAMENTOKobe Bryant made a handful of half-court shots Thursday in a playful competition with teammates and assistant coach Chuck Person, but the Lakers star wont make so much as a layup against Sacramento.
Lakers Coach Mike Brown said Bryant would sit out the teams final regular-season game and concede the NBA scoring title to Oklahoma Citys Kevin Durant.
Bryant needed 38 points...
LOS ANGELESThe Lakers gave Peace a(nother) chance.
And now they're paying the price for their misplaced benevolence.
With Metta World Peace suspended for the final regular season game Thursday in Sacramento and the next six games they play after that, the Lakers have to figure out where they're going as the playoffs approach.
Normally, Matt Barnes would pick up the starter...
Kobe Bryant outbid his Lakers teammate Pau Gasol for a racehorse called Siempre Mio, but the Spaniard was so enamored with the name -- which translates to "Always Mine" -- that the original owner allowed the pair to become partners.
Mark Verge, the CEO of Los Angeles-area thoroughbred race track Santa Anita Park, offered a 25 percent stake in the four-year-old gelding...
It took a couple of days for the NBA to review the incident from Sunday afternoon where Metta World Peace of the LA Lakers found it necessary to celebrate his ferocious dunk by slamming an elbow into the side of James Harden’s head and rendering him with a concussion. The NBA and David Stern have [...]
No, this is an honest to God truth and I am having a totally straight face as I type this. The soft dunker, Pau Gasol, and the lovely, Kobe Bryant, joined forces to buy a racehorse. It’s not as crazy as it sounds, though. They were bidding against each other on a 4-year-old gelding named Siempre Mio [...]
Kobe Bryant is known as one of the most competitive players in NBA history, and apparently that isn't limited to just the basketball court. Up for auction on Tuesday at the Lakers Foundation's charity fundraiser was a four-year-old gelding horse, Siempre Mio and Pau Gasol put in a bid. Not content to lose at anything, Bryant began a mini bidding war in the 25% stake of the...
Head coach Mike Brown and the Los Angeles Lakers have decided to rest Kobe Bryant for the final game of the regular season in preparation for the playoffs, officially conceding the NBA scoring title to Oklahoma City forward Kevin Durant, his third in a row. Bryant trails Durant by mere percentage points in the scoring [...]
Yesterday the NBA suspended Lakers forward Metta World Peace for seven games after World Peace concussed Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden with a flagrant elbow Sunday night.
The suspension is the fourteenth in the 14-year NBA career of World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest.
Metta World Peace's latest offense.
With the help of Patricia Bender, who has compiled...
The NBA has decided what the punishment should be for Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace, suspending him for seven games without pay for landing a vicious elbow to the back of the head of Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden during Sunday's game in Los Angeles. In essence, World Peace will be suspended for the first round of the upcoming NBA Playoffs, which could...
Kobe Bryant will sit out Thursday night's regular season finale at
Sacramento, meaning Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant will win his
third straight NBA scoring title.
Metta World Peace was handed his punishment Tuesday afternoon and David Stern again got it wrong. World Peace received only a seven game suspension for his viscous elbow that concussed James Harden of the Thunder Sunday. The seven game suspension means that World Peace will miss the Lakers last game of the season but would be available in the first round of the playoffs if...
In honor of Metta World War.
That crushing elbow tossed at Thunder's James Harden is going to cost Los Angeles Lakers' Metta World Peace seven games according to Yahoo! Sports' Marc Spears.
Lakers forward Metta World Peace suspended 7 games for elbow to head of Thunder forward James Harden. Metta's suspension goes into playoffs.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) April 24, 2012
Metta World Peace was suspended by the NBA for the Lakers' final regular-season game Thursday in Sacramento and six more games -- whether they are playoff games this season or regular-season games next season. World Peace's elbow to the head of Oklahoma City's James Harden was what prompted the suspension, which NBA commissioner David Stern said was tailored specifically...
The Los Angeles Lakers are ready to take the court again after the NBA's ruling on Metta World Peace.
The Sacramento Kings could be taking the court in California's capital city for the final time.
World Peace will begin his seven-game suspension when the Lakers visit the Kings in what could be the final NBA game at Power Balance Pavilion on Thursday night.