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Lakers Versus Houston Rockets Starts This NBA Season

The Lakers open the 2014-5 NBA season tomorrow evening at Staples Center against the Houston Rockets, one year and one day from last season’s first game in which they upset the Clippers, giving undue and unearned hope to the fans … Continue reading

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Lakers Continue Serpentine Streak While Jackson Mulls Knicks

The manic-depressive Lakers’ play, which I described as serpentine earlier today, continued this afternoon, as after being decimated by the Clippers and then losing a tough, close game to a below-average Denver team, this afternoon they had one of their … Continue reading

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Half of the Lakers Are Ready to Take on Cavaliers

As the Lakers limp into Cleveland, the first thing that strikes me is the realization that the LA team and the long suffering Cavaliers have identical 16-32 won-lost records and .333 winning (or should I say losing) percentages. Second is … Continue reading

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Lakers Should Be Embarrassed by Loss to Jazz

After such a hard-fought loss to Miami on Wednesday, the Lakers should feel totally embarrassed by their loss last night in Utah, who are in the Northwest Division cellar with the NBA’ second worst record. The now 9-23 Jazz didn’t … Continue reading

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Lakers v Oklahoma City, the Bad, the Good, and the Worse

The Bad: After a decent first four and one-half minutes where the Lakers outscored Oklahoma City 13-7, the rest of the game was pretty much a disaster, with the Thunder scoring 115 of the final 199 points. Kobe Bryant played … Continue reading

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Kobe is Back Tonight

It was April 12, less than eight months ago but an eternity for so many, when I and the basketball world saw Kobe Bryant injured during a Lakers’ game with Golden State. When the diagnosis of a ruptured Achilles tendon … Continue reading

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Dwight Howard Finally Wins a Game for the Lakers

The Lakers struggled through a miserable 2012-2013 season, losing game after game due in large part to the awful play and lack of team play from the Ego Man, the laughing man, the overpaid, overrated, Deee-Wight Howard. He finally won … Continue reading

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Lakers in Houston to Face the Ego Man

The Lakers have traveled to Houston for a game tonight against their past, the past horror of the Ego Man, Deee-Wight Howard, who has mesmerized the feeble-brained into thinking he’s a real star baskerballer, resurrected from a year in hell … Continue reading

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Lakers Second Unit Shows Off, Runs Away From Clippers

These were the themes that I wrote about all last season: The Lakers played the worst team defense in the NBA and they had the worst bench in the NBA, while conversely, the Clippers had the top group of reserves … Continue reading

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