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Los Angeles Clippers: Antawn Jamison Signing GradeBy Stefan Abramian: Hoopstuff Writer
- The Clippers have agreed to a one year deal with free agent forward, Antawn Jamison. The Clippers were originally thinking about re signing Lamar Odom, but some off court issues have occurred and the Clippers decided to not get involved. Jamison, 37, is the newest addition to an improving Clippers team. Jamison last year played for the other team in LA, the Lakers and averaged 9.4 points and 4.8 rebounds, all in 21.5 minutes per game, coming off the bench. Jamison is going to join a Clippers team already stacked with power forwards. Jamison will have to find a way to get some playing time. The Clippers have numerous power forwards and centers already, in Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Bryon Mullens and Ryan Hollins. Jamison joined the Lakers last season hoping for a championship, but that didn’t turn out as expected. The Lakers were swept in the first round by the San Antonio Spurs. Antawn Jami...
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Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes wrote on Instagram that the Lakers' time is over and their fans should stop dwelling on the past.
Antawn Jamison is close to a contract with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to a source.
Jamison has a desire to play for a team that will contend for the NBA championship next season.
Jamison had offseason surgery on his wrist but expects to be 100 percent at the start of the season.
Somewhere in the Odom-Kardashian camp, there is a huge leak. Following the cheating scandal that has plagued Clippers Lamar Odom and his reality TV star wife, Khloe Kardashian-Odom this summer, allegations of drug use by Lamar have dropped into the press. Now comes word via TMZ and Radar online that Lamar’s alleged drug of choice is crack, if you believe TMZ or OxyContin and Ambien...
This story just keeps getting weirder.
It went from just some bad basketball being played, to cheating, to recreational drugs, to crack cocaine and now Odom’s has gone into hiding according to TMZ.
Lamar Odom has vanished and everyone in his life fears the worst — that he’s off somewhere on a drug binge … TMZ has learned.
Sources connected to the NBA star tell us people on...
Kobe Bryant is back on the court; the NBA 2K14 court, this is.
In this new clip from Ronnie2K’s Instagram page, we get to see Kobe and the Lakers take on the Phoenix Suns. Off the dribble, Kobe fakes a pass and then raises up above Eric Bledsoe for the jumpshot. Of course, Bryant makes the shot – the 2K series is the most realistic basketball game out there, after all.
For NBA players with “hardcore recreational drug problems,” the substance of choice appears to be crack cocaine.
TMZ has another scoop on Lamar Odom‘s reported drug issues, saying now that the struggles that are threatening Odom’s career and marriage are attributable to crack cocaine.
TMZ says Odom was on crack a year ago and cleaned up in time for the NBA season, but he...
Earlier this week, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant decided to take a trip to the headquarters of the social networking site, Twitter.
While there, Kobe got challenged to a game of Super Shot Arcade Basketball and despite being Kobe Bryant, he lost by the score of 89-87.
For the visual proof, you can check out the below Vine videos:
Kobe Bryant loses at arcade basketball...
Wesley Johnson has been a Laker for less than a month, but he’s already fitting in with the purple and gold just fine. Laker fans have been clowning on the Clippers for years, and now Johnson is joining in with the festivities.
On Sunday night, Johnson took to his Twitter account to ask a simple question regarding “The Fast and the Furious” movie franchise:
How many fast and...
These days, it seems that almost everyone is shooting their own short videos on either Vine/Instagram and it appears that Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is considering joining the club.
Yesterday, Kobe sent out this tweet telling his nation of fans that he might join Vine:
I think I may open up a vine #vinovine
— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) August 27, 2013
As you might figure...
One of the best dunks from the 2012-13 NBA season had to be Clippers center DeAndre Jordan posterizing Pistons guard Brandon Knight on an alley-oop.
Back in May, the fine folks over at ESPN Sportsnation gave DeAndre the chance to recreate the dunk with a Knight cardboard cut-out.
Check out the high-flying jam in the below YouTube vid:
Pau Gasol is one of the greatest athletes that Spain has ever produced; that’s why it makes perfect sense to have the two-time NBA champion assist his country in landing the world’s biggest sporting event.
According to the Association Press, Gasol will be a spokesman for Madrid’s 2020 Olympic bid:
Madrid’s 2020 Olympic bid committee says it has appointed Los Angeles Lakers...
Lamar Odom has a drug problem, and his addiction has resulted in him being missing, according to TMZ. TMZ reported on Friday that Odom has been abusing hardcore recreational drugs for the past two years. The report says his addiction led to a stint in rehab last year at the urging of wife Khloe Kardashian, […]
The 2013 class of NBA Rookies voted Kobe Bryant as their favorite player in the league in a poll given to them by John Schuhmann at the Rookie Photo Shoot earlier this month.
According to NBA.com:
Who is your favorite player in the league?
1: Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers — 21.2 percent
2: LeBron James, Miami — 15.2 percent
Let’s get you all caught up on the Lamar Odom-Khloe Kardashian saga. Over the weekend, reports came out that Lamar’s cheating wasn’t the real problem in his rocky marriage to reality star, Khloe Kardashian, it was drug use, specifically crack, per TMZ. Next there were reports that Lamar might have possibly gone missing since Khloe kicked him out of their home last Wednesday...
Metta World Peace is one of the scariest guys in the league once he steps onto the court, but once off it, he’s a light-hearted dude who gave Laker fans endless laughs during his tenure in Los Angeles.
However, MWP recently told the NY Post that last season “wasn’t fun” for the defensive specialist:
World Peace spoke a lot more highly of the Knicks than the Lakers, who made...