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Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash was caught doing the 'Gangman Style' dance sitting on the bench next to Steve Blake at the Staples Center during the Lakers-Rockets Sunday showdown. The Lakers beat the Rockets 119-108. Kobe Bryant recorded his 18th triple-double with 22 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds. "I'm a scorer, not a triple-double player," said Kobe Bryant.
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The dashing Steve Nash has still another week until he can join his teammates back on the court, but that doesn’t mean he can’t entertain the crowd from the bench. Just watch the video below, when he was captured by the Staples Center stadium camera, doing his own rendition of the popular Gangnam Style dance [...]The post Steve Nash Does A Little Gangnam Style. Kinda (Video)...
The Lakers announced that point guard Steve Nash will miss "at least another week" with a nondisplaced leg fracture.
Nash was injured in the second game of the season in Portland on Oct 31. Since Nash's injury, the team has fired Coach Mike Brown and hired Mike D'Antoni in his place.
Reserve point guard Steve Blake is also out with an abdominal strain. The timeline...
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 [...]
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...
Steve Nash has now missed nine games with a fractured leg.
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 [...]
Kobe Bryant scored six of his 25 points in the final two minutes, and the Los Angeles Lakers hung on for a 95-90 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night in coach Mike D'Antoni's sideline debut.
Dwight Howard had 23 points and 15 rebounds despite a horrific 7-for-19 performance at the free-throw line for the Lakers, who have won five of six and moved above .500 since...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Right after Kobe Bryant made every one of his first five shots, you knew the Lakers weren't going to let new coach Mike D'Antoni lose his debut.
As it turned out, just enough good things happened after that to produce Tuesday night's 95-90 win over the visiting Brooklyn Nets. The Lakers shot the ball well enough...
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...
Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol provide a reminder to “small ball” teams that there are still plenty of good big men in the league.credit: media.commercialappeal.com
Over the past few years, many teams around the league have made the switch from traditional lineups to much smaller, quicker ones. This development has been made possible by small forwards who are talented enough to...
Coach Mike D'Antoni may be somewhat wobbly on his surgically replaced knee, but the Los Angeles Lakers seem to be finding their stride.
Another meeting with the Sacramento Kings may keep their run going.
Coming off D'Antoni's winning debut on the bench, the Lakers look to continue their surge Wednesday night when they try to send the Kings to a sixth consecutive defeat...