For a second, I thought THE LOGO might swing on the TMZ cameraman. He didn’t look that pleased to speak him and was walking at a very brisk pace.
But, he did mention two important things.
1- In his day, he wouldn’t have team jump for a title.
2- Kobe not getting anymore rings.
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In the wake of Phil Jackson losing out on Steve Kerr to the Golden State Warriors, one former NBA legend believes the Knicks already have the best available candidate on staff. Warriors consultant/minority owner Jerry West told the New York Post that Jackson should coach the Knicks. “I think his greatest value would be down there on the bench, to be honest with you, because he’s...
NBA legend Jerry West now spends his days imparting invaluable basketball knowledge to youngsters. At a recent camp, he kicked it off by claiming he hasn’t shot a basketball in ten years. He went on to perform a shooting drill, and surprise surprise, he didn’t miss a single shot.
Former Lakers great Jerry West believes the Miami Heat have a great chance at breaking his '71-'72 Lakers' record winning streak.
Jerry West is historically one of the greatest members of the Los Angeles Lakers fraternity.
He was on the 1971-72 team that set the standing record of most wins in-a-row.
West like many others sees LeBron James and the Miami Heat knocking at the door of history and he is more than willing to let them in.
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The Lakers are still in ninth place in the Western Conference standings, but with 21 games left in the regular season are still close to climbing into the top eight.
Former Lakers star and executive Jerry West, who is currently an executive board member for the Golden State Warriors, thinks the team will land a post-season berth.
"The Lakers are playing better now, especially...
Jerry West still believes. The former Laker and Lakers general manager -- part of a few mega teams himself that disappointed by not winning a championship before finally breaking through in the early 1970s -- believes the Lakers can pull themselves together and make a run for the Playoffs. a feat that is getting more and more difficult by the day as the games run out and the chemistry...
NBA Hall of Famer and Lakers legend Jerry West insists that Kobe Bryant, despite the franchise's many phenomenal players, is the greatest Lakers player ever.
When "The Logo" speaks, you listen.
Jerry West has built on his legacy on the court by a legendary track record off it. This is the man who created the idea of clearing cap room for a big-name free agent -- look at what he did in the year preceding the team's acquisition of Shaquille O'Neal. This is the man who saw a volatile teenager from Philadelphia and saw...
The Lakers hardly deserve favorable reviews. They enter Thursday's game against the Boston Celtics with a 14-11 record and a seventh playoff-seed. That's hardly satisfying for an organization fixated on championships.
They've dropped two of their first three games of a six-game trip. That hardly assuages the Lakers' 3-9 road record. They remain at the bottom of the...