Found March 28, 2012 on
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Mike Brown and the Lakers admit they are still getting a feel for their team. Adding in a new starter midseason in Ramon Sessions did not help, but this season has been an experiment for Mike Brown in his first year as coach. The Lakers have faced their bumps and bruises in that time.
One thing that has been pretty consistent is that Brown has relied heavily on his three main players -- Kobe Bryant, Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol. All three of those players are averaging more than 35 minutes per game with Bryant leading the way at 38.6 minutes per game. That is not the highest average in the league, but his 1,928 minutes played this season are the most total in the league.
Brown is weighing heavily on his three key players this season and that could become costly considering Bryant is 33 (an old 33 because of those extra years playing NBA basketball and his extensive Playoff mileage) and Gasol is 31. And of course there is the schedule and its rushed nature as we hurdle toward the Pla...
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If you were wondering about the latest thing that Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant decided to purchase, you need to look no further.The good folks over at TMZ did the research and found out that Kobe has purchased a brand new Ferrari:According to our sources, Kobe's new ride is a Ferrari 458 Italia. We're told the Black Mamba paid $329,000 yesterday for the car ... which...
According to a report by TMZ, Los Angeles Lakers All-Star guard Kobe Bryant made an expensive purchase recently. Kobe paid for a new Ferrari 458 Italia for $329,000. Perhaps this is another one of his bachelor purchases? Or perhaps this is a purchase to gift to his newly acquired teammate, Ramon Sessions, as a way to say thanks for someone to pass him the ball all the time...
Kobe Bryant is back to being the closer.
Two days after getting benched late in a home loss to Memphis, Bryant made a pair of jumpers in the final 64 seconds, finishing with 30 points to lead the Los Angeles Lakers past the short-handed Golden State Warriors, 104-101 on Tuesday night.
Bryant missed his first two shots in the final period before twice rising over a pair of defenders...
Kobe Bryant is mired in a bit of a scoring slump, and the Los Angeles Lakers have had some trouble slowing down opponents.
A game against the struggling Golden State Warriors could be the answer to both of those problems.
Bryant and the Lakers look to continue their dominance over the Warriors Tuesday night at Oracle Arena.
After winning eight of 10, Los Angeles has dropped three...
One of the difficult duties of a coach is to manage the egoes of his players, more especially the big stars. Having the likes of Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum on your side doesn’t make things easy by any stretch of imagination. You actually have got your work well cut out for you.
They are top class with lots of achievements to boast of and of course the deep bank accounts to back...
Mike Brown is the easy scapegoat. He's replacing Phil Jackson, the greatest manager of athletic egos in the history of sports. Brown is a defensive-minded coach operating in Showtime Los Angeles.
Whatever is wrong with the Lakers -- and there was plenty wrong the final three quarters Thursday night inside the Staples Center against the Oklahoma City Thunder -- must be traced...
Two days after getting benched late in a home loss to Memphis, Kobe Bryant made a pair of jumpers in the final 64 seconds, finishing with 30 points to lead the Los Angeles Lakers past the short-handed Golden State Warriors, 104-101 on Tuesday night.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are the team to beat in the Western Conference, but Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers are showing they may have another run in them - provided they stay focused.
The Thunder visit the Lakers on Thursday night in Derek Fisher's return to Staples Center.
Oklahoma City (38-12) continues to hold onto first place in the West, although San Antonio has...
Los Angeles Lakers’ head coach Mike Brown has come under fire over the past week for his two benching incidents involving stars Kobe Bryant and Andrew Bynum. While Bryant took his benching in stride not wanting the situation to become a media spectacle, Bynum took offense to his benching.
Bynum was benched during the Lakers’ win over the Golden State Warriors last night. Bynum...