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The release of Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace’s highly anticipated children’s book finally happened on May 20. The book, entitled, Metta’s Bedtime Stories, retails for $12.95 with some of the proceeds benefiting the NBA star’s charity, Xcel University. But perhaps the most compelling aspect of Metta World Peace’s children’s book above and beyond [...]The post Metta World Peace’s children’s book released, has weird cover (photo) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.
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When told an inside approach will not occur with Mike D'Antoni coaching the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson agreed.
"You're right," Jackson said. "They picked the path to go on and they think that's the future of the NBA and we'll see. We'll see if it is."
In Jackson's mind, the Lakers must make the inside game a major facet of their game...
I believe men should pay child support, but I think it should be reasonable and women shouldn’t plot to get more than they deserve.
Steve Nash’s Ex-Wife Alejandra Amarilla said she wanted to move to LA so the kids could be closer to their father, but this leaked email said she had bigger plans in mind.
Steve’s lawyer hammered Alejandra in open court — saying, “You saw the...
Former Phoenix Suns star Steve Nash is fighting to keep his ex-wife and three children from moving to California, where he now plays for the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Arizona Republic reports Nash and Alejandra Amarilla Menrath divorced in late 2011 and their settlement doesn't include child support. The couple has a young son and twin 8-year-old daughters.
Nash pays for the...
Kobe Bryant updated his injury status today, and it’s good news for all you LA fans out there. “Boot comes off today. Will be in a ‘medical mamba’ shoe. I still need a lil heel lift for the achillies.” Fantastic news, and really ironic. The Lakers hope Kobe’s contract comes off their books. That’d be a win win, wouldn’t it
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While on tour promoting his book, Eleven Rings, Phil Jackson spoke with ESPN radio’s Colin Cowherd and expressed his displeasure with the way Mike D’Antoni utilized his top players in Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard this past season.
According to Mark Medina:
“It bothers me about the individuals,” Jackson said. “It bothers me that Pau had a season where he had...
It wouldn’t be a week here on That NBA Lottery Pick without a story about Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace and this one is a doozy.
Earlier this week, a children’s book authored by Metta called, “Metta’s Bedtime Stories” became available on our fair Interwebs to buy for your kids/nieces/or nephews.
The fine folks over at Inside So Cal got all of the important...
The Rolling Stones started their latest tour in Los Angeles this past week, and while playing Staples they took a little jab at the tenants in yellow and purple. The Stones, who are a bit long in the tooth now, kicked off their ’50 and Counting Tour’ in front of a packed house and performed 23 songs. During a quick break Mick went in on the Lakers while also dropping a little...
The legendary and geriatric rock band the Rolling Stones played the Staples Center, the home of the Lakers, earlier this month and brought the house down like they have for decades. While he was busy rocking out the 69-year old lead singer, Mick Jagger, decided to express an opinion on the home team.
He called them old.
His exact words were actually:
"The only reason...
I could be wrong, but I believe that Dwight Howard simply can’t handle the spotlight of being on the Los Angeles Lakers and will sign with another team.
No one should slam him for it, because it is his contractual right as a free agent to go wherever he wants. Houston also might be the best basketball destination for him, so I wouldn’t be shocked if he signed there. The Rockets...
The enigma that is Dwight Howard just suffered through one of the most draining and personally difficult seasons he’s ever had to deal with.
A lot of Howard’s struggles were due in part to him being sensitive and unable to mesh with Kobe Bryant. Those struggles have caused many a pundit and so-called expert to question if Howard is still the premiere big man in the NBA.