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Daniel Buerge

Daniel is the former Editor-in-Chief of LakersNation. He has also written for SLAM, ESPN and other various publications. Follow Daniel on Twitter @danielbuergeLA

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Round 2 Game 1 Every Game Playoff Giveaway

Welcome to our Playoffs Every Game Giveaway! Win an copy of 50 Amazing Years in the City of LA - the Official Book for the Los Angeles Lakers & a Must-Have item for any Lakers Fan. The Foreward is written by Coach Phil Jackson and the book has been updated to include last year's 2010 Championship Victory over the Boston Celtics. If you can't wait to win the book, click here and get yourself or your favo ...

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Kings to Remain in Sacramento; Abandon Relocation For Now

According to Kurt Helin of NBC Pro Basketball Talk the Sacramento Kings and their owners will announce Monday that the team will remain in Sacramento. According to CSN Sacramento the Maloofs will announce tomorrow that they will not be relocating despite many rumors saying they would move to Anaheim. After the Maloof brothers negotiated a lease agreement with the Honda Center it was all but assured that the ...

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Lakers vs. Mavericks: Series Preview and Predictions

After dispatching the New Orleans Hornets last night the Lakers advanced to the second round of the post-season. While it's no surprise that they are moving on, the fact that it took them six games to eliminate New Orleans did raise some eyebrows in Los Angeles and around the league. The Hornets were a vastly inferior team talent-wise and many expected the Lakers to send them home in four or five games. Whe ...

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Rick Carlisle: ‘Zero’ Chance Caron Butler Plays vs. Lakers

After rumors surfaced yesterday that Caron Butler, who has been out since January with a ruptured patellar tendon, would attempt to play in the Western Conference Semi-Finals against the Lakers, head coach of the Mavericks Rick Carlisle stated today there is 'zero' chance Butler will suit up in the second round. Speaking yesterday to Dallas' ESPN affiliate 103.3 FM Carlisle said that Butler will not be read ...

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Maloofs Looking to Silence Phil Jackson, Lakers

The highly publicized situation in Sacramento between the city and the Kings has been one of the most talked about issues in the NBA this season. Many have speculated on whether or not Joe and Gavin Maloof will move their franchise from the state capital down to Anaheim. The Kings are in dire financial straits, and owe the city of Sacramento millions of dollars. Prior to Game 2 of the Los Angeles Lakers' fi ...

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Caron Butler Eyeing Potential Return vs. Lakers

According to Tim MacMahon of ESPN Dallas, former Laker and current Mavericks guard Caron Butler has been sidelined since January 1st with a ruptured right patellar tendon and had surgery to have it fixed. The original prognosis was that Butler would miss the rest of the season, but an aggressive rehab schedule has given Butler the chance to possibly return this post-season. After eliminating the Portland Tr ...

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Kobe Bryant Foul Upgraded to Flagrant 1

According to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles Kobe Bryant has been issued a flagrant foul from the league office. In the fourth quarter of Game 5 Kobe Bryant committed a foul on New Orleans center Emeka Okafor. The foul was originally called a personal foul and Okafor was rewarded with free throws. After reviewing the call the league office has deemed the foul excessive and unnecessary, and has upgraded t ...

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Ron Artest Wins NBA Citizenship Award

In a move that defines the complete transformation of Ron Artest the NBA has announced the Lakers forward as the recipient for this year's J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship award. Just six years after Artest's infamous role in the brawl at the Palace of Auburn Hills, the volatile player has turned into a mental health advocate and a role model for children. Artest's quirky and often bizarre behavior has become ...

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Kobe Expects to play Tuesday Despite Swollen Foot

During last night's loss to the New Orleans Hornets Kobe Bryant suffered an ankle sprain late in the fourth quarter. This caused Bryant to leave the game momentarily and had him on crutches after the game. The injury happened to the same ankle Bryant injured earlier this season against the Dallas Mavericks. The sprain was originally called 'the scariest of {Bryant's} career.' Reports coming out of New Orlea ...

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