Tag Archives: Ron Artest

Will the Lakers Turn Around the Road Trip Against HIll-Less Pacers?

The Lakers are in Indiana to face a new-look Pacers team, after their disappointing late blow-out loss to the Thunder Sunday night. I thought the game would be a lot closer, as it was until the eight minute mark or … Continue reading

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Kobe Bryant Retirement – Better Now Than Later

Willie Mays, honored this past week as a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, was quite possibly one of the ten greatest baseball players ever, and during much of his career was widely regarded as the game’s greatest active … Continue reading

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2016 Lakers: The Wrong Roster, the Wrong Coach

It’s no surprise that both at halftime and after Friday nights embarrassing loss to Sacramento, that Lakers’ coach Byron Scott had many choice words for his team. Some of those words included Scott’s saying that ”I told my team they … Continue reading

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“New Look” Lakers Could Exceed Last Year’s Awful Record

Gone are Jordan Hill and Carlos Boozer, gone are Jeremy Lin and Wayne Ellington, gone are Ed Davis and Xavier Henry, gone are Wesley Johnson and Jabari Brown, and gone is the NBA’s worst, least talented player, Ronnie Price. Now … Continue reading

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MLB’s Absurd Security Theater and the Dodgers’ Parking Ripoff

With the new baseball season about to get underway, there are a couple of major changes looming, one affecting fans throughout the major leagues, and another just for Los Angeles Dodgers’ fans. It may have been on your minds for … Continue reading

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Who Is It Again That needed Phil? And Nash?

Through the long and storied existence of the team called the Lakers, through years long ago in the frigid confines of Minnesota, through seasons in the Los Angeles Sports Arena, in the Fabulous Forum, and at Staples Center, not to … Continue reading

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Is the Phil Jackson Filter About to Explode?

As the Lakers serpentine through their worst season ever, myopic fans continue to see every setback through a Phil Jackson filter: Everything would be fine if he had been rehired as coach last season instead of Mike D’Antoni; Everything will … Continue reading

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More “Dumping of the Psycho” and How the Lakers Are Better Off

Late last night I wrote about the saga of the meta tag psycho artest thing that used to play for the LA Lakers, and his 2013 Lakers’ replacement, one Wesley Johnson: “Dumping of the Psycho & Other Moves Paying Off … Continue reading

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Dumping of the Psycho & Other Moves Paying Off For Lakers

In his last five games with the Knicks, the meta tag psycho artest thing has shot 17% (five-of-29), collected eight rebounds, one steal, three blocks, has not attempted a single free throw, and has committed one foul every six minutes. … Continue reading

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