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Are Lakers on the Verge of a Total Screw-Up in NBA Draft?

The LA Lakers, coming off a season where one injury after another laid waste to a team already less talented than most teams in recent Lakers’ history, have a chance to obtain a talented player, or players, who could be … Continue reading

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D’Antoni’s Treatment of Chris Kaman is a Disgrace

As I predicted, the Lakers battled the tough Dallas Mavericks Tuesday evening, with an eight-man roster. Again, Chris Kaman, who has done EVERYTHING right when on the court this season, did nothing more than occupy an airline seat to and … Continue reading

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Bynum Traded, Gasol NOT, Clippers Looking For Help

The Andrew Bynum nightmare for Lakers’ fans is over, with his trade to the Chicago Bulls. Does this mean that Pau Gasol will remain with the team for the rest of the year? Is there another deal in the works? … Continue reading

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Worst Two Weeks Ever for the Lakers?

On the evening of December 17, the Lakers had just won two out of their last three games with Kobe Bryant playing. They then found out that he had suffered a new injury that would keep him out of the … Continue reading

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Sam Hinkie – Visionary or Fool?

So, a team makes a huge deal, mortgaging its future on the back of a centerpiece player who has a history of serious injury and missing significant playing time. The team has great expectations in reaching the zenith of the … Continue reading

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Clippers and Much of NBA on Hospital List

The Clippers muddled through several games without Chris Paul, losing many, but generally keeping close, like in yesterday’s two point loss at Boston. However, with Blake Griffin now also hurt, they were no match for the Wizards in Washington, and … Continue reading

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“Old and Slow” Lakers Have Little Shot to Beat Clippers

Lakers fans, don’t let those wins last month against the Knicks and Philadelphia make you think that the team has turned any kind of corner. The “Old and Slow” Lakers (as described by Kobe in a recent interview) are what … Continue reading

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The Most Important Laker Game of the Season

Tonight is. It’s not just that Steve Nash is back, it’s 1) IS he back? and 2) Will he make a difference? Our pre-game answers are maybe and probably not. As to the first question, Nash suffered an injury that … Continue reading

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Laker Fans Should Not Expect Miracles

Exuberant Laker fans have rejoiced for weeks now over their 2012-2013 World Title. I mean, what’s not to celebrate, as the super team of Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash, and Dwight Howard went wire-to-wire, compiling the league’s best record during the … Continue reading

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