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The Millionaire Vacationer Returns, But Lakers Still Lose

There are several NBA head coaches who had professional careers playing the guard position, including Lakers’ head man Byron Scott. But none have taken their personal feelings for everything good about the position to heart as much as Phoenix Suns’ … Continue reading

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The Millionaire Vacationer Set to Return to the Lakers’ Lineup

Fresh from a lovely week of sun and surf and skiing and sightseeing, the Lakers’ 23-million-dollar-a-year-man, it is rumored, has concluded his early-season vacation, and will make an appearance in uniform tonight, and could rack up some NBA game minutes. … Continue reading

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More Disappointment For the Lakers and Byron Scott in Phoenix

In last night’s season opening 18-point loss to Houston, the Lakers’ defense was brilliant, compared to the non-existent effort put forth in their 20-point loss tonight in Phoenix. The Suns shot 54.9% from the floor, and a sizzling 50% (13-of-18) … Continue reading

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Lakers-Houston Post-Mortem: Lakers Far Worse Than Even I Thought

Pathetic, is all that I can say. Despite my opinion that the 2014-2015 Lakers are a bad team that will struggle to exceed last season’s 27-55 record, I thought that they would come out strong in their opener against Houston, … Continue reading

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The World’s Most Dangerous Profession: NBA Point Guard

What three things do Chris Paul, Derrick Rose, Russell Westbrook, Eric Bledsoe, Jrue Holiday, Rajon Rondo, Deron Williams, Patrick Beverly, Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Jordan Farmar, and Devin Harris have in common? The answer is that they: 1. Are all … Continue reading

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Is It Too Early For Clippers’ Fans To Freak Out?

Is lackadaisical the correct word to describe the Clippers’ opening game performance, or would something like unmotivated be more correct? The bottom line is that the media-darling Clippers took the underrated Lakers for granted, and stumbled through an embarrassing evening … Continue reading

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Are the Clippers Ready to Meet the Lakers in Five Days?

As the NBA regular season approaches, nagging injuries are resolving, new players are meshing, and young veterans appear to be improving, as the new darlings of the LA Media, the Los Angeles Clippers and new coach Doc Rivers, prepare for … Continue reading

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Dust Settling, and it Looks Like Lakers over Clippers

As the dust settles on the great expanse of Southern California professional basketball, from my vantage point it looks like the new-look Lakers have come out ahead in the overhauls they and the Clippers have undergone this off-season. The Lakers … Continue reading

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“Old and Slow Clippers” Nightmare is Over

So, after all the huffing and puffing, the Clippers got the guy they needed, and it will be the “Old and Slow” Nets instead. Plus, the self-anointed Guru of Deee-Wight, Chris Broussard, says the laughing man will never be a … Continue reading

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