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BEST OF MAXIM
There’s some debate about who the greatest Laker is but Kobe-Shaq could have been the best-ever Laker duo.
Much as been written and said about the rivalry-feud between ex-teammates KOBE BRYANT and SHAQUILLE O’NEAL. But what comes as a bit of a surprise is Shaq calling Kobe, “The greatest Laker of all-time.” Yet that’s exactly what O’Neal said on Monday.
“Based on what...
Shaquille O'Neal is full of surprises. Actually, more accurately, he's full of things that will help sell his book and cement his legacy. Wherever the two may roam.
So when Shaq talks about Kobe Bryant as the "greatest Laker of all time," well, where does this come from? O'Neal spent his entire Los Angeles Laker reign carping about not getting the ball enough...
Let’s give it up for charity folks. While we hope you had a great Thanksgiving always remember that there are millions of people out there in need and if you can help out in any way, it’s always nice to. Last week the Lakers Girls did a little helping of their own.
The Laker Girls and the Tournament of Roses Rose Queen and Rose Court joined volunteers Tuesday at Foothill...
By Sam Smith | 11.22.2011 | @SamSmithHoops
Comcast SportsNet will show the fourth of 15 Chicago Bulls classic games on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Bulls broadcasters Neil Funk and Stacey King, along with Bulls.com writer Sam Smith, will provide pregame, postgame and between quarters commentary on each of the games, much of which is almost as entertaining as the games.