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Robert Sacre compares Chris Kaman to Ron Burgundy

It was a long season for members of the Los Angeles Lakers as they missed the playoffs and were decimated by injuries all year long. With such struggles and adversity it can be hard to keep a good perspective on things. Lakers center Robert Sacre while doing exit interviews with the media seemed to be in good spirits. How can you not be when you compare a teammate with Ron Burgundy...
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10 hours ago  |  Discuss

LA Clippers Win One and Lose One

AP Photo/Gus Ruelas The Clippers got back to winning ways Sunday after a 120-97 defeat of the Lakers. Blake Griffin and Chris Paul both scored 23 for the Clippers, whilst DeAndre Jordan claimed a dozen rebounds. The leaders for the Lakers were, Jordan Hill 22 points, Kendall Marshall 11 assists and off the bench Robert Sacre 10 boards. After a competitive first quarter the Clippers...
Via TopSportsReport
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Sacre a rare bright spot

Amid a Lakers season filled with flimsy defense, there remains one consistent presence that hustles on every possession. Amid a team filled with players who occasionally try to pad their statistics, the Lakers have one player who does not worry about such a thing. Amid a roster filled with potential free agents who have uncertain futures, there’s one player that has no such concern...
Via Pro Sports Daily
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Kaman Finally Gets Start for Lakers, Shows Up 10 Minutes Before Gametime

Chris Kaman hasn’t exactly had what one would call a successful season with the Lakers. Earlier this year, Kaman famously was seen lying down on the bench during a game against the Cavs in which Los Angeles had to take a technical to keep Robert Sacre in the game after he fouled out. He also apparently hasn’t spoken with coach Mike D’Antoni in three weeks due to the reduced...
Via Diehardsport
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Lakers: Who Should Return in 2014-15?

Who will remain in the purple and gold next season?(Photo Credit: sportsworldreport.com) There’s been a lot of talk about the Los Angeles Lakers’ future and the fact that they only have three players under guaranteed contract for next season: Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, and Robert Sacre. But that is not where it ends. The Lakers signed point guard Kendall Marshall to a non...
Via Grandstand University
26 days ago  |  Discuss

D'Antoni: Robert Sacre Is Lakers' Hardest Worker, Best Defender

Robert Sacre scored seven points and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds in the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. Mike D'Antoni singled out Sacre after the game and praised the second-year center's work ethic. "I thought Robert Sacre had his best game," D'Antoni said. "He works harder than anyone on the team, without a doubt...
Via RealGM
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Borgia talks about unusual foul-out play

Back in February, an unusual play happened. Robert Sacre fouled out of a game between the Lakers and the Cavaliers. That was not the unusual part. The unusual part was the Lakers had no one else available to play. Injuries had racked the roster. An injured Steve Nash was on the active roster but not in uniform. And two other players had fouled out already. So Sacre stayed in...
Via Crossover Chronicles
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Borgia talks about unusual foul-out play

Back in February, an unusual play happened. Robert Sacre fouled out of a game between the Lakers and the Cavaliers. That was not the unusual part. The unusual part was the Lakers had no one else available to play. Injuries had racked the roster. An injured Steve Nash was on the active roster but not in uniform. And two other players had fouled out already. So Sacre stayed in...
Via Bloguin Best
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Borgia talks about unusual foul-out play

Back in February, an unusual play happened. Robert Sacre fouled out of a game between the Lakers and the Cavaliers. That was not the unusual part. The unusual part was the Lakers had no one else available to play. Injuries had racked the roster. An injured Steve Nash was on the active roster but not in uniform. And two other players had fouled out already. So Sacre stayed...
Via Crossover Chronicles
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Laker Rumors: Lakers have three under contract, so what's remaining?

The Los Angeles Lakers only have three players who will be under contract at the start of next season, Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Robert Sacre. Ok, so counting Nash and his bad back, more like two and a half men. As poorly as this team is playing this season, that is probably a good thing to shed some of these current players and maybe start over. This is uncommon territory for...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Pau Gasol’s mother shrunk the Lakers

PHOTO: Steve Nash’s Instagram Guys, I have some bad news … this season just became even more of a disaster. It appears that Pau Gasol’s mother has shrunk two members of the Los Angeles Lakers. After eating Mrs. Gasol’s special soup, both Steve Nash and Robert Sacre were shrunken to the size of toddlers and are now out of action indefinitely. Of course, I’m kidding. These...
Via Lakerholicz.com
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Lakers: Their 12 Potential Free Agents

Los Angeles Lakers: Their 12 Potential Free Agents By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff.. The only 2 players right now on the Los Angeles Lakers that I know will be on the team next season are Kobe Bryant and Robert Sacre. Steve Nash has a contract next season as well, but he could be cut or retire. Beyond those 3, the rest of their players are or could be free agents this...
Via HoopStuff
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers 'embarrassed' in worst loss in franchise history

LOS ANGELES -- The Lakers ended the first quarter of their meeting with the Clippers at Staples Center Thursday night on a 7-2 run to cut their deficit to just two points. Then, L.A.'s "other team" decided play time was over. What transpired was history -- the wrong type of history as far as the Lakers were concerned.  Once all was said and done, the Lakers couldn...
Via Fox Sports West
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Robert Sacre fouls out versus Cavs, has to stay in game due to Lakers’ injury woes

Last night’s game was kinda weird. In the NBA, you don’t expect a team to run out of players. However, seeing as the Lakers are the most banged up team in the league right now, they found themselves in a strange position on Wednesday night while playing the Cleveland Cavaliers. Starting the game with just eight guys due to injuries the previous night to Jodie Meeks (ankle) and...
Via Lakerholicz.com
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Little-Known NBA Rule Allows Lakers To Play Game With 4 Eligible Players

The referees in charge of last night’s game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers had to go deep into the league’s rulebook. LA started the game with eight players on its active roster, due to a ridiculous number of injuries recently incurred. And after guards Nick Young and Jordan Farmar got injured themselves during the game, the squad was left with just...
Via College Spun
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Chris Kaman Stretches Out on Vacant Lakers Bench

Tweet The Los Angeles Lakers’ injury troubles continued to pile up on Wednesday night with their bench looking incredibly empty. Just how empty? Let’s ask center Chris Kaman: Yep, that’s Kaman lying down on all of the vacant seats on the bench. The Lakers were so depleted that they finished the game with only four active players and Robert Sacre...
Via Los That Sports Blog
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Cleveland Cavaliers: It’s Time For Team To Start Rebuilding

Everyone is talking about the crazy events that unfolded in the Lakers’ 119-108 win in Cleveland last night. The shorthanded Lakers had just eight healthy players headed into the game. Going into a game with so few bodies is risky, but no one could have predicted the string of events that would occur. First, Chris Kaman fouled out; then there was seven. Then, Nick Young twisted...
Via Standing O Sports
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers end game against Cleveland with only 4 “active” players

This season has been one of the most depressing o record for Lakers fans. On Wednesday night, the Lakers were in Cleveland to face off against the Cavs, but only had eight players available. Things got so crazy that center Chris Kaman took a nap on the bench during the game AND an old NBA rule had to be enacted after injuries and fouls saw the Lakers down to their last five players...
Via Jocks and Stiletto Jill
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

What Does Last Night Say About The Lakers,,,Or The Cavs...???

((HT: Time Warner Sportsnet/NBA))It got so bad for the Lakers last night that they only suited eight to begin with...Then, foul trouble tested depth...And Robert Sacre's foul out meant that it took a while for the officials to figure out what in the blue hell to do...Play with 4...???Not really... but every time Sacre would foul, it meant a technical for the Cavs...And the Lakers...
Via Online Sports Guys
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Lakers found way to win: Run out of active players

The Los Angeles Lakers found the way to win: Run out of active players We all know that that Los Angeles Lakers are struggling badly this season right? No matter what, the team just can’t find a way to win, correct? Not really. It seems like finally, Mike D’Antoni has found the ultimate strategy, the one thing that can make his players show some urgency and over perform. In...
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February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers get help from obscure rule to defeat Cavaliers

It's true. Nothing's shocking anymore. The Lakers were seemingly down to four players but beat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 119-108, with help from an obscure rule that kept Robert Sacre in Wednesday's game after he picked up his sixth personal foul. The Lakers started with only eight players in uniform, lost two because of health reasons (Nick Young, Jordan Farmar) and...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

How Lakers finished with four 'eligible' players — and still won on road

The Los Angeles Lakers pulled off one of their most impressive wins in franchise history Wednesday night, beating the Cavs 119-108 in Cleveland. We know what you're thinking: The Lakers are terrible this season. They've had a lot of big wins over the years. And these aren't exactly LeBron's Cavaliers. But in one of the most bizarre finishes to a game the NBA has seen...
Via Fox Sports West
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Robert Sacre fouls out, has to stay in the game anyways due to lack of Laker bench players

  Despite only having eight players to dress on Wednesday night, the Lakers still beat the Cavs 119-108. However, there was one problem with that agenda. Since Jordan Farmar and Nick Young were injured during the game and Chris Kaman had fouled out, the Lakers didn’t have any available players on the bench when Robert Sacre fouled out with 3:31 left in the 4th quarter. However...
Via Diehardsport
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers Beat Cavaliers With Four Active Players, Robert Sacre Plays With Six Fouls

Los Angeles Lakers forward Robert Sacre picked up his sixth foul in the fourth quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and in almost all situations, that would disqualify him from continuing to play. But the Lakers didn’t have any players left on the bench because of injuries suffered earlier in the the game (L.A. began the night with only eight active players...
Via NESN.com
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cavs must not wait another minute. Change is needed now.

CLEVELAND -- There's nothing left to be said about the Cavaliers. It's time for action. The Cavs' 119-108 loss to the visiting Lakers on Wednesday may have been the most embarrassing defeat in franchise history. And remember, we're talking about a team that once lost to the Lakers by 55. We're talking about a team that lost to Sacramento by 44 earlier this season...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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