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6 hrs ago | BleacherReport
As the conventional wisdom goes, the Lakers are the be-all, end-all of destination franchises.
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18 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Speaking on ESPN's First Take , Stephen A. Smith suggested that D'Antoni's first full season as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers could also be his last.
22 hrs ago | BleacherReport
Looking back, it was kind of an inevitability. The highly publicized rehab, the public comments, the constant fiddling around with social media strategies.
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Los Angeles Lakers crowd favorite Nick "Swaggy P" Young has been MIA with a fractured knee for weeks now.
Not only was he named the West Coast Conference Newcomer of the Year on March 3, Brownridge had an opportunity to meet Steve Nash, an NBA player and former Santa Clara great on Friday.
For those who missed it, Bryant told me before last week's battle-for-L.A. bragging rights between the Clippers and Lakers that on a scale of 1 to 10 he'd put the chances of forward/center Pau Gasol playing for the Lakers next season at an "8."
Phil Jackson is being courted for a front-office position with the New York Knicks - the team he won two championship rings with as a player.
This July, Carmelo Anthony's career will change forever. Whether he re-signs with the New York Knicks after opting out of his current contract, or flees elsewhere to chase the elusive championship, 'Melo's next deal will carry him through the rest of his prime.
The Lakers play the Thunder two games in a row and then the Spurs the next two after that, and if that doesn't sound like feeding mice to snakes, then what really does? The Lakers are coming off their worst three-game defensive effort ever, surrendering an average of 136 points against New Orleans, the Clippers and Denver.
LA begins a stretch with four straight against the Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs.
Small-market teams and their fans don't want to hear this, but it's bad business for the NBA when the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers are bad.
Anna keeps asking..why are they covering the Lakers on Sports Center? Why do the various sports commentators continue to even mention the 3rd worst team in the NBA? You have to be a real masochists to not change channels when you watch Mike D'Antoni or Robert Sacre make any statements regarding the play of the one time Champions of the NBA.
According to ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne , Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak met separately with D'Antoni and team owner/vice president of player personnel Jim Buss following L.A.'s 142-94 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday.
The Clippers did beat the Lakers by 48 points on Thursday night-the worst loss in Lakers franchise history but the future may be fine.
I'm referring instead to the silly season that is the stretch run of the NBA campaign.