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Never count out someone who is willing to do whatever it takes to win.
when Kobe Bryant is on the floor, just about anything can happen and he will do just about anything to assure himself and his team a win. Even if that means he has to take 20 or so shots or score an insane amount of points, Kobe Bryant is not someone who is going to walk away from a fight, even when the outcome looks grim for him.
Things are certainly starting to look pretty grim in Los Angeles as the team, still struggling to adjust to Mike Brown and fill in its shortcomings, beginning to tear apart from its seams.
Kobe Bryant spent a good part of last week insisting that anyone who counts the Lakers out is "mentally challenged" but the evidence continues to pile up that the Lakers are not quite what they were in their past championship runs.
The Lakers have not been short on controversy this year starting with the failed Chris Paul bid and the trade of disgruntled and despondent Lamar Odom at the ...
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The clock ticked down, the Lakers trailed and you-know-who had the ball.
Kobe Bryant dribbled to the far perimeter. He squared up. His shot dropped through the basket. And the 18,997 fans at Staples Center cheered ecstatically for Bryant nailing the eventual game-winner in the Lakers' 88-85 victory Saturday over the New Orleans Hornets.
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After countless game-winning shots and plays, it’s amazing that some people still believe Lakers guard Kobe Bryant isn’t ‘clutch’. Well, with the Lakers clinging to a one point lead late Tuesday night and two seconds on the shot clock against the Nets, Kobe gave the doubters a little more evidence: ‘Nuff said. The Lakers went [...]
Kobe Bryant hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 20 seconds left, after starting the game with 15 straight misses, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to beat the last-place New Orleans Hornets 88-85 on Saturday.
It was just the third field goal of the game for Bryant, who finished with 11 points on 3 of 21 shooting as the Lakers ended a two-game skid at home. Pau Gasol had 21 points and...
Kobe Bryant hit a game-clinching three pointer with 6.8 seconds left in the game to seal a 91-87 Lakers’ victory over the New Jersey Nets on Tuesday night. Kobe received an inbounds pass and pulled the trigger from well behind the 3-point line. The ball bounced and rattled around the rim for a while before...Read the Rest...
LOS ANGELES So, with the Lakers trailing the New Orleans Hornets 67-61 going into the fourth quarter, and Kobe Bryant 0 for 15 from the field and scoreless for the game, what was going through the mind of the game's greatest active player?
A"I'd better hit a few shots or we're going to lose to a really bad basketball team."
B"I need to forget about shooting...
Kobe Bryant scored 40 points, Pau Gasol added 26 and the Los Angeles Lakers found themselves rallying for the second straight game against one of the West's worst teams, beating the Golden State Warriors 120-112 on Sunday night.
Ramon Sessions added 23 points in his best game since being traded to the Lakers two weeks ago. Gasol and reserve Troy Murphy had 11 rebounds each after...
The Los Angeles Clippers moved within a game of the Mighty Lakers last night as Randy Foye hit 8 three pointers to give the Clippers a 94-75 win over the Dallas Mavericks last night giving the Clippers their sixth win in a row. The Clippers controlled the game for the start outscoring Dallas in every quarter. Foye had 28 points and the Clippers are close to catching the once Mighty...
Kobe Bryant missed his first 15 shots from the field and finished the game 3-for-21 from the field in the Lakers' 88-85 win over the Hornets.
Kobe Bryant scored 23 of his 40 points in the second half as the host Los Angeles Lakers recorded a 120-112 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday.
Pau Gasol had 18 of his 26 points in the second half and grabbed 11 rebounds as the Lakers fended off repeated rallies to beat the Warriors for the ninth consecutive time at Staples Center.
Point guard Ramon Sessions had...
After squeaking past one lesser opponent, the Los Angeles Lakers want to avoid overlooking another one.
The Lakers have won 14 of their last 15 meetings with the Golden State Warriors heading into Sunday night's matchup at Staples Center.
Los Angeles (32-20) won 88-85 at home Saturday over Western Conference-worst New Orleans, blowing an early 14-point lead and eventually needing...