Chris Mihm – there’s a name you don’t hear often these days.
After being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in 2004, Mihm replaced Shaquille O’Neal in the starting line-up and had a few solid seasons – he even averaged 10.2 points, 6.3 rebounds and 1.2 blocks in just 26.1 minutes per game during the 2005-06 season – yet he was hampered by injuries and retired from the...
The Los Angeles Lakers are quite good at grooming centers that will become legends. On the other hand, Chris Mihm, Kwame Brown, and Dwight Howard will not be on that [...]
He was a big man (a legit 7') with a feathery touch and nice agility. His entrance into the NBA came as the reign of dominating centers of yesteryear was coming to a close. Some scouts had very big aspirations for the player we remember in the first What the Hell Happened To article of 2013. You probably remember Chris Mihm.
According to Wikipedia for Chris' early...
Alright, what we have here is actually Wednesday’s POTD. I wasn’t able to post it yesterday because I was waiting on the video, but anyway, here it is: Greg Smith on Thad Young.
No one got dunked on yesterday, so there will be no POTD for 12/20. The list is now completely up to date.
Dunk rating on the Starbury Nastiness Scale:
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Back in the grand NBA season that was 2005-2006, Kobe Bryant nearly won the MVP and almost helped the Lakers upset the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the playoffs.That Lakers squad wasn't exactly the greatest of all-time and included such notable members like Brian Cook, Chris Mihm, Kwame Brown, and Smush Parker. Kobe in an interview with the OC Register decided to rift...
“I was shooting 45 times a game. What was I supposed to do? Pass it into Chris Mihm & Kwame Brown?” - Kobe Bryant (via nbaquotes)
Many people give Kobe a pass for being abusive towards his teammates during those years, both on the court and in the media. I get why. His best years were wasted. But was it really a situation he couldn’t control?
After all, LeBron took Cleveland...
The Black Mamba lashed out at a few former teammates on Thursday, most notably Smush Parker, for bringing little or nothing to the table during the 2005-06 season.
Brian Bahr | Getty ImagesNow with basketball back in action, Laker Nation has decided to continue to take you back through Laker history to recap important games, record-breaking performances and memorable news from the past 64 years of the franchise.JANUARY 2, 2005 DENVER NUGGETS 91 – LA LAKERS 99 BRYANT BREAKS 40+ POINTS FOR THIRD STRAIGHT GAME AS LAKERS DEFEAT EX-LAKER COOPER’S...
Watch as Texas Longhorn legends Kevin Durant and LaMarcus Aldridge sit down with Coach Rick Barnes and share how they got to Austin. For some reason this clip doesn’t show T.J. Ford, D.J. Augustin or Chris Mihm speak although they’re also in the circle. What do you think KD or LMA could have done at [...]
November 22, 2011