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Saturday Night Live’s Jay Pharoah is a master impressionist, and his Stephan A. Smith is right on par with his Will Smith, Denzel Washington and Jay-Z.
SNL mocked Smith’s boisterous claims that he has has more insight because he knows athletes personally. According to Pharoah’s Smith, he has shared a plate of spaghetti Lady & the Tramp-style with Steve Nash and taken a his-and-his Vespa ride down the streets of Barcelona with Pau Gasol.
Watch “Smith” dissect the 2012-13 Lakers on SNL’s Weekend Update with Seth Meyers in the video below.
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Kobe Bryant knows he can't play professional basketball forever.The 34-year-old took the time sit down with Damon Jones in the Nike Basketball Athlete Lounge at All-Star weekend, and the five-time NBA champion was asked how much longer he thought he would play, which he responded:"Probably two years max. Two years max. Next year might be it. It's one of those things...
Everyone knows that nobody plays defense in the NBA All-Star Game, but Kobe Bryant made one exception Sunday night.
Bryant came from behind to block a shot by LeBron James late in the fourth quarter of this year’s edition of the annual offensive showcase, leading to an easy dunk at the other end by Kobe’s Western Conference teammate, Kevin Durant.
Kobe and LeBron had — as usual...
In an interview with Nike at All-Star weekend in Houston, Kobe Bryant confirmed what most of us already knew. When asked how much longer he feels he can play in the NBA, the Black Mamba replied, “Probably two years max, next year might be it..”
Back in 2007 there were rumblings that the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Lakers had discussed a trade involving Kobe Bryant. Turns out, that deal was much closer to becoming a reality than just about anyone realized at the time.
Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski revisited those potentially game-changing trade talks in a piece up Monday, following the passing away of Lakers owner Jerry...
The Los Angeles Lakers are a struggling team. They have become the laughingstock of the entire league. With such talent, they cannot seem to put together what they have. After [...]
Is it really hard to be a fan of more than one team in a sport?
It seems in past sports history, fans were more fickle and diehard for their team. In contemporary times, its a whole new ballgame for fans.
It’s not hard to be a fan of multiple teams in one sport. Everyone knows this.
Having more than one team to root for means more chances to be on the winning side.... Read more
A few days ago a story broke that claimed Kobe Bryant hisses on the court when he wants the ball. What more can you expect from the Black Mamba, right?
Well, acting like a snake is not the only thing Kobe likes to do--or has liked to do--with his reptilian friends. A few years back he was hanging out with the guys from ******* and decided to take part in one of their stunts...
Remember when Kobe Bryant almost became a Piston?
Most fans don't, judging from the surprise that spread across Twitter onMonday night when a Yahoo! story about the death of Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss mentioned the discussions he had with Bryant about the deal in 2007.
As reported at the time, the Pistons had worked out a trade with the Lakers that would have brought...
Tweet Remember when Lakers fans were ecstatic because it seemed a certainty the team would have a dream back court of Chris Paul and Kobe Bryant? Then the league stepped in and said “Not so fast”, shattering those hopes. To rub salt in the wound the Clippers ended up being the ultimate beneficiary as [...]
The circus is back in town. Every year, or sometimes even more often, we seem to be forced to debate on whether Kobe Bryant or LeBron James is the next Michael Jordan. It’s like the Tim Tebow debate; ESPN cooks it up and puts it on a plate and we forgo our forks and shovel The post LeBron James, Kobe Bryant Still Chasing Michael Jordan appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Dwight Howard is the Lakers version of Rizzo with Kobe Bryant playing the role of Sandy if Page 6's source is to be believed:
Amid other reports that the Lakers’ chilly on-court chemistry was...
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If the Los Angeles Lakers want to trade Dwight Howard, Kobe Bryant wouldn't be opposed.
Fox Sports' Sam Amico reported that the Black Mamba would give his "full support" to dealing D12 if that's the direction the Lakers want to go. It's not because of a falling out between the two. Bryant and Howard "aren't close, no rift exists between them...
Just when you thought the drama in Lakerland couldn't get any more juicy, Kobe Bryant has essentially thrown in the towel on the Dwight Howard era.
Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski had this little gem in a piece about Howard and Chris Paul's impending free agency:
When asked about the possibility of the Lakers moving Howard at the deadline, Kobe Bryant was devastatingly...
The Lakers are halfway through a disastrous 2012-2013 NBA season and would need to go on an incredible run to make any noise in the Western Conference.
At this point everyone is aware of Dwight Howard’s unhappiness playing in Los Angeles. GM Mitch Kupchak has made it known that the team won’t trade Howard, but you never know.
One thing is for sure, star guard Kobe Bryant really...
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The Eastern Conference may have the defending NBA Champs, but the All-Star Game in the last three seasons has belonged to the West.
This year’s game, like most All-Star Games, was played with little to no defense, as seen by the total points scored in each quarter by both teams: 57, 77, 78 and 69. In the second quarter, the East shot...