Found November 19, 2012 on
Lakers' Jodie Meeks really tried to get the offensive foul call on Rockets' Terrnece Jones. He really did, however, what he though would turn into a great defensive play, turned into a nightmare for him and a dunk that will go down as one of the sickest this NBA season.
Check out what happend to Meeks on a fastbreak by Jones. What was turned in was a complete annihilation of Meeks. I am talking groin-in-the-face type dunk on Meeks.
Poor Meeks. I give him credit for trying to get the foul call but Jones just crushed it on him.
BEST OF MAXIM
In last night’s game against the Houston Rockets, Kobe Bryant recorded his 18th triple-double of his veteran career. Not only was the Black Mamba being his usual self being a scorer and hitting the most difficult shots, but he was also grabbing rebounds and dishing out assists. Most of his assists came from Dwight Howard being active and catching Kobe’s lobs.
When the Dwight...
LOS ANGELES Ten games into the season, it's probably safe to say that the Lakers have arrived. Or they've returned, depending upon your point of view.
Dwight Howard is back. So is his back. Pau Gasol is back. Enthusiasm is back. Entertaining and effective basketball has arrived at Staples Center, as the Lakers won their second in a row with Mike D'Antoni in the building...
Tweet In the NBA, there are some times when taking a charge is advised, and others when you may want to get out of the way. Los Angeles Lakers Jodie Meeks got a lesson of this against the Houston Rockets Sunday, courtesy of rookie Terrence Jones: Meeks was quickly subbed out of the contest, as [...]
Tweet The Los Angeles Lakers are finally on a roll. The high-profile team has gone 4-1 since firing head coach Mike Brown, and appear to be playing with a lot more energy since scrapping the Princeton offense and just playing basketball. Kobe Bryant is off to one of the best starts of his career, with [...]
Lakers beat up on the Rockets 119-108 to win their fifth game of the season and bring their record to 5-5. Rocking their Sunday home whites- ::Pause:: the Lakers are the only team that doesn’t rock white home jerseys. Only on Sundays. See, Jill loves to teach and inform:: Let’s look at the highlights [...]
Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni did not coach in Sunday night's game against Houston as originally plannned, deciding to delay for one game his debut with the team because he is not completely recovered by knee-replacement surgery. Lakers spokesman John Black told ESPNLosAngeles.com that a combination of pain, fatigue, lack of mobility and the medication D'...
The new Los Angeles Lakers' head coach has yet to coach the team. Mike D'Antoni, who is recovering from knee surgery was set to make his debut last night. However, he did not coach the team last night because he is not fully recovered from the surgery. He hopes to make his debut Tuesday.According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles, a combination of pain and fatigue...
Dan D'Antoni, the older brother of new Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni, will serve as a Lakers assistant coach this season, the team announced Sunday. Dan D'Antoni, 65, spent the past four seasons as an assistant coach with the Knicks when Mike D'Antoni was head coach in New York. He also was an assistant coach for the Suns during Mike D'Antoni...
The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Dan DAntoni to serve as an assistant coach, it was announced Sunday by Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak.
The older brother of Lakers head coach Mike DAntoni, Dan joins the team after spending the past four seasons with the New York Knicks, where he served as an assistant coach on his brothers staff. Hired by New York on June 20, 2008, DAntoni...
Boston Celtics Coach Doc Rivers gave his take on the Lakers' coaching change to Chris Russo (SirusXM's Mad Dog Radio) on Tuesday, criticizing the organization for their handling of Phil Jackson.
"I didn't like the way it was done," said Rivers. "I don't think you embarrass anybody."
After relieving Mike Brown of his coaching duties, the Lakers...
So far this NBA season, we haven't had a classic "getting dunked on moment".Last night however Houston Rockets rookie Terrence Jones provided us with one in the third quarter of the Rockets/Lakers game.Watch as Jones throws it down on Lakers reserve guard Jodie Meeks: