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The Los Angeles Lakers won their third-straight game on Tuesday by beating the New Orleans Hornets 111-106, but one of their key players is once again upset he was benched.
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As we all know, Kobe Bryant is very active on Twitter. He has been replying to fans and posting a bunch of pictures of him icing his knees. Getting a [...]
PHOENIX Nashapalooza, which is a huge betting favorite to rank as the most memorable event of this Phoenix Suns season, turned out to be a dramatic salvo with many engaging characters.
The biggest role, of course, was handed to former Suns superstar point guard Steve Nash, who showed up Wednesday night for his old teams retro Back In Black jersey event in the yellow work clothes...
Midway through his 17th season, has Lakers All-Star Kobe Bryant reinvented himself as a point guard?
Over the past three games, Bryant has led to the Lakers to a three-game winning streak, dishing 39 assists while averaging just 16.3 points a game.
Bryant's new style of play is the key to turning may help his team's dismal 20-25 start to the season.
Is this pass-first...
We all know Kobe Bryant is arguably the most competitive and passionate player the game of basketball has ever seen.
To him, success is only measured in championships, and there’s no such thing as 2nd best. In the past 2 games, Bryant reminded everyone just how much he puts winning above everything.
The Lakers had lost 3 straight games on the road catapulted by a disappointing...
The Los Angeles Lakers are still near the bottom of the Western Conference. Their aspirations of being in the NBA Playoffs is non-existent at the moment. On the other hand, [...]
LOS ANGELES -- The Lakers won their third in a row, beating the New Orleans Hornets, 111-106. There's no arguing that this a much better Laker team than it was just six days ago, with Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash switching roles and Dwight Howard playing with a renewed enthusiasm. However, it also can't be argued that this team still has quite a ways to go in order to turn...
The Phoenix Suns will wear their black throwback “Hardwood Classics” in their home game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night on ESPN, which also happens to be Steve Nash’s first game back in Phoenix.
According to AZ Central:
The black jerseys looked cool to [the players] then and now as they bring back the 1994-2000 look for the first time tonight against the Los...
Prodigal Sun or Point Guard Non Grata?
Applause or boos?
Steve Nash returns to Phoenix on Wednesday night for the first time as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers -- the uncomfortable convergence of the player who Suns' fans most loved with the team they most love to hate.
It's no ordinary homecoming -- as you might have noticed from the 75 price tag placed on the cheapest...
Every week, our staff writers chime in on the trending topics, rumors and storylines surrounding the Lakers. In today’s State of the Nation, they answer five questions that will ultimately decide the fate of the Lakers.True or False: The ’12-13 Lakers season can still be salvaged?Photo Credit: WashingtonPost.comJordan Grant // @JordanGrant90:True, but highly unlikely. Hard to...
Today Rubio was asked if Gasol was being treated fairly.
“I don’t’ think so,” Rubio said. “He proved in the league that he is one of the best. He can pass, he can shoot, he can rebound. He can do a lot of things. I think if you use him in the right way, he is a top player in this league. If they don’t want him, we are more than welcome to get him.”
At this Rubio laughed...
Even after two wins in a row, including a big win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, there’s no denying that the L.A. Lakers are still a big mess. Eventually they’re going to figure out that Dwight Howard is one of the big reasons why.
During the Lakers’ game against the Thunder, ESPN broadcaster Jeff Van Gundy went on one of his classic rants (video below), calling out Howard’s...