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No secret that I adore Kobe Bryant’s cockiness. During Tuesday game against the Nets, while Kobe was at the free throw line, he could be seen having a conversation with Gerald Wallace. The details of the convo are classic Mamba: Wallace wanted to make a bet wit Kobe that he couldn’t make the free throws [...]

Kobe And Gerald Wallace Place Their Bets

  Last night’s game between the Nets and Lakers was an entertaining nail biter. It went down to the wire and came down to some freethrows that needed to be made by Kobe. So Gerald Wallace decided to use some tricks on Kobe and challenge him to shoot them shots with his eyes close. Kobe didn’t bite, or at least without challenging Wallace back with a bet. Wallace later explained...

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For those of you looking for the alley-oop from Tuesday night, you need to check out this clip of Lakers forward Pau Gasol finding Dwight Howard on an alley-oop pass.Watch as Kobe Bryant starts the play out as he finds Gasol on the free throw line and Pau finds Dwight for the hammer dunk:

Rivers blasts Lakers for treatment of Jackson

Boston Celtics Coach Doc Rivers gave his take on the Lakers' coaching change to Chris Russo (SirusXM's Mad Dog Radio) on Tuesday, criticizing the organization for their handling of Phil Jackson. "I didn't like the way it was done," said Rivers. "I don't think you embarrass anybody." After relieving Mike Brown of his coaching duties, the Lakers...

Reggie Evans Receives $5,000 Flopping Fine

Reggie Evans became the first player to receive a monetary fine for flopping.

Just two more reasons to mock the Lakers and their fans

I’ll go out on a limb and say the kid with the backwards hat and sunglasses has a basketball IQ of 5. Those matching Dwight Howard t-shirts are kinda cute, though. Speaking of Mr. Howard, check out the reaction to his latest debacle at the free throw line. Air balls have never been so funny. Paint your face, clown.

Nets-Warriors Preview

The Brooklyn Nets' winning streak is over, but they still have a chance to equal the best 10-game start in franchise history. Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson realizes it could be tough to stop that from happening. Brooklyn will try to rebound from its first loss in nearly two weeks Wednesday night at Oracle Arena. Looking to win six straight for the first time since...

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