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‘Now You’re Trading Me For Him?’

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Oklahoma City Thunder v Los Angeles Lakers - Game Four

    The class act known as Pau Gasol is enduring trade rumors again. This time he’s gone, but sometimes we wonder how much the Lakers appreciate him.

January 1, 2014   No Comments

Taking The 5th

Lamar Odom Flips Out On Photographers In Los Angeles


You reading this Lamar? Want your old job? Didn’t think so.
The Sixers came to L.A. looking for some thrills. As luck would have it (every squirrel gets a nut) Philly found its thrills beating the Lakers for only their 2nd road win this season. Philly caught Cleveland to tie for the worst road mark at 2-13. How about that? The banged-up Lakers were in a giving mood, dropping their 5th straight.
Other lowlights: Mike D’Antoni got a little testy with a reporter before the game after the scribe asked why Laker reserve point guard Kendall Marshall wasn’t playing. “He’s not as good as ‘X,’” D’Antoni said, referring to Xavier Henry. “He’s got to be better than the point guard we have out there. And ‘X’ right now is doing a pretty good job. The other thing going against him is I don’t know him. I’ve maybe seen him play two minutes. I don’t think we’re at the point to experiment. He’s trying to find his way in the league. Hasn’t established that yet.”
Lo and behold Marshall spelled Henry when the latter strained his knee, then played 16 minutes and scored 8 points and handed out 3 assists. The rest of the story…
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December 30, 2013   No Comments

Hollywood Swinging With Nick At Night


    Nick Young, aka “Swaggy P,” as he likes to call himself, is 1 of the more comical players in the NBA. His humor is sometimes awesome. Decent taste in fashion. But more importantly for the Lakers, he brings an attitude that is contagious. “The swag is rubbing off on everybody,” he said Friday night. Kobe Bryant could take a page out of Young’s playbook.
    Young scored 25 points on 9 of 14 shooting, including 4 of 6 from behind the arc, in a big-time performance at Staples.
    Our blow-by-blow of the Lakers’ 104-91 win over the Timberwolves.
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December 21, 2013   No Comments

Cold Blooded

    Portland has the best record in the NBA at 22-4 and still has doubters. We know the Pacers are the best team in the NBA right now, but Portland is balling. Damien Lillard has been lights out. “I didn’t want to get in too deep because they’ve got some giants in there,” Lillard said before nailing his game-winning shot Tuesday night in a 119-116 thriller over the Cavs. “And Alonzo Gee is a great athlete, so I didn’t want to drive on him. I gave him a move to get him off balance, and I wanted to be ready when I froze him.”
    The Blazers have a helluva 1-2 punch with Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge. They’ve also got a good coach in Terry Stotts, the former OU star. Keep an eye on ‘em.

December 18, 2013   No Comments

Kobe Returns In Lakers’ Loss Cause


    The fans cheered from the time Kobe Bryant and the Lakers hit the court for warmups. The Lakers lost to the Raptors though for the 1st time in L.A. in 12 years, but that didn’t stop the love fest for Bryant, who played for the 1st time in almost eight months after suffering a torn Achilles. Think he was a little rusty?
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December 9, 2013   No Comments

Full-Court Press


    Someone else figured Kobe needed an additional 2 minutes to announce his return in a dramatic video. These kids today think of everything.

December 6, 2013   No Comments

Blazing Up


    Portland has opened with an impressive start. The Blazers, who are 14-3 and had won 11 in a row until visiting Phoenix, which has beaten them twice this season, on Wednesday night. Nothing that 3 off days in L.A. won’t cure.
    On Sunday, the Blazers found their stroke again and defeat the Lakers despite a late run.
    The Blazers are for real. Damian Lillard has serious skills and of course we all know what LeMarcus Aldridge can do. They also have a major matchup Monday night at home against the Pacers, who spanked the Clippers in a Sunday matinee.
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December 2, 2013   No Comments

No Wonder They’re 4-11


November 27, 2013   No Comments

Heart Of (Purple And) Gold


    Few NBA players are as classy as Pau Gasol. On Friday night, the 7-0 Lakers center perfomed some of his best work of the season in a big victory over the Warriors.
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November 23, 2013   No Comments

They’ve Got Game

    One of the highlights from Sunday night’s Pistons-Lakers contest was this gem. And as much as we know Brandon Jennings can ball, do yourself a favor and catch Andre Drummond’s game. Young fella is going to be a prime-time player.

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November 18, 2013   No Comments