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The 2013 season of Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant came to a premature end last week when he sustained an Achilles injury.The injury is expected to keep Bryant on the sidelines for the next six to eight months while he labors through rehabilitation.It also has some experts wandering whether this could essentially be the beginning of the end of Bryant's illustrious NBA career.Well, the whole incident officially became a global story when it received the Taiwanese animation treatment. That video can be seen above. And it's pretty inflammatory toward Bryant and his reputation for being a ball hog.If he ever gets around to watching it, I'm sure he will just use it for motivation.Via NBC Sports
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Following the significant Achilles' injury suffered by Los Angeles Lakers All-Star Kobe Bryant, many question what the future Hall of Famer will be like if he's able to return. Bryant says he won't let the torn Achilles' end his career, but Sports Dr. Ray Solano believes that he doesn't expect him to return to play at 100 percent after undergoing surgery and...
The playoff picture shifted on Monday night as the Houston Rockets (45-36) lost on the road in Phoenix to the Suns.
The idle Lakers (44-37) have one game remaining - against the same Rockets who are now just one game ahead. By virtue of a better conference record, a Lakers' victory would secure the seventh seed in the Western Conference, much to the delight of Kobe Bryant, who...
Although Kobe Bryant's season is over, Dwight Howard thinks the Los Angeles Lakers' fun has just begun.
The Lakers are still digesting the news they'll be without their top scorer and team leader for the rest of the season after Bryant tore his Achilles tendon last week.
The rest of Los Angeles' roster rallied for a win over powerful San Antonio on Sunday night...
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Melo's hot streak continued.
Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak said Wednesday that head coach Mike D’Antoni will be back next season, reports Mike Bresnahan of the LATimes.com.
“Yeah, he’s back.
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Although you may not be familiar with his name, there isn’t anyone as well-respected in NBA circles than Tim Grover. The famed NBA trainer has been working with, and getting results from some of the league’s best, including Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade since...
With the 2012-13 NBA season wrapping up and the playoffs just days away, the kind folks over at Fox Sports Radio 1037 The Game in Louisiana invited your truly to talk what else... the NBA.
From Kobe Bryant's injury affecting the Lakers, the 2013 NBA Draft to the Spurs signing Tracy McGrady, we cover it all during this interview.
Crossover would like to thanks the fellas...
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard knows that all of the pressure is on him after Kobe Bryant went down with a ruptured Achilles Friday night. While Dwight did well in his first game post Kobe (26 pts, 17 rbs), he has knows it will take a lot more than just one game to convince Lakers fans that he is the man to lead the franchise into these playoffs and the future.
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In a pre-game interview, John Ireland asked Coach Mike D’Antoni what he planned to tell the team in order to get ready for tonight’s game.
“Bad things are gonna happen, “ D’Antoni said. “But don’t tie your troubles together.”
There were certainly troubles with which the Lakers had to face tonight. A team who averaged the...