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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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Lamar Odom Accepts 6th Man of the Year Award

Lamar Odom won his first 6th Man of the Year award after a season that many have argued was his best as a professional. Odom won the award after posting impressive numbers that included 14.4 ppg, 8.7 rpg and 3.0 apg. Yesterday Odom accepted the award in front of the media and his teammates. httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8dt2OFs-bw [phpbay]Lakers Lamar Odom, 3, "", ""[/phpbay] ...

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Hornets Scouting Report from Former NBA Coach

Provided by: Twitter.com/CoachDaveMiller | Former NBA Assistant Coach for New Orleans Hornets | 710 ESPN Host of Lakers Line and Weekend Warrior New Orleans Hornets Scouting Report This New Orleans team hangs it hat on the defensive end. Their team defense has been the one constant that has allowed this team to win basketball games. First and foremost, the Lakers must be patient on the offensive end. One of ...

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Kobe calls out Pau following Game 1 loss to Hornets

By now you've probably seen or heard that Pau Gasol didn't have a very good game yesterday. The Laker forward was just 2-9 from the floor and scored just eight points. His contributions elsewhere were minimal as well: six assists and six rebounds. For someone that is supposed to be the second best player on a team favored to win their third straight championship that isn't going to get the job done. And the ...

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Top 10 Performances In Lakers History

Written by: Emily Wilson No one can win alone. A joint effort is vital to the success of any team, there is no doubt about that. But sometimes, an individual performance can transcend the team dynamic and stand alone, remaining in the collective fan-conscience for days, months, years, and decades as a legendary example of basketball lore. It's not a prerequisite that these amazing performances take place du ...

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Hornets Shock Lakers; Steal Game 1 Victory in L.A.

The Lakers quest for another NBA championship began this afternoon when they hosted the New Orleans Hornets in Game 1 of the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Even though the Lakers were heavily favored, in the playoffs any team has a chance to win. The Lakers would need tough defense and aggressive offense to defeat the Hornets and win Game 1. The game began with the Hornets making the Lakers uncomfortable ...

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Lakers to work with GLAAD following Kobe slur

After Kobe Bryant's highly publicized homophobic slur in this weeks win to the San Antonio Spurs, the Lakers have announced they are teaming up with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to try and eliminate the use of anti-gay language both on and off of the NBA court. The Lakers and the gay-rights organization announced their partnership earlier today after Bryant apologized for his role ...

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Lakers Survive Fourth Quarter Collapse; Down Kings in Overtime

httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aon1vc_QmDY With just one game remaining in the regular season everything was on the line tonight for the Lakers. With a win the team would clinch the second seed in the Western Conference and assure home court advantage for at least the first two rounds of the playoffs. A loss would drop Los Angeles to the third seed, and would give them an unfavorable match-up with a very ...

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Conspiracies in Lakerland; Are the Lakers Playing Possum?

Written by: Lena Adebowale Are the Lakers in the midst of a poorly timed losing streak or just playing possum? Whenever you make a prediction, there is always a risk involved. After watching the Lakers lose two games in a row, I predicted that the team would turn things around and defeat the Golden State Warriors. Needless to say, the Lakers did not bounce back and have lost five consecutive games for the f ...

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Fixing the Problem; Lakers Need to Remember How to Win

After the Lakers lost their fifth consecutive game last night to the Oklahoma City Thunder it seemed that even they were wondering when this losing streak was going to end. Los Angeles hadn't lost five games in a row since acquiring Pau Gasol on February 1, 2008. In fact, before this season they hadn't even lost four games in a row with Gasol. After the loss in Portland on Friday and the loss against the Th ...

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Lakers and Warriors Look to Continue Fast and Furious Rivalry

Written by: Lena Adebowale The Golden State Warriors are the next team on the Lakers chopping block. Oracle Arena is the designated battle ground for the fourth and final meeting of the season. The Lakers currently lead the season series 3-0. In fact, the Lakers have won the previous 12 match-ups between the Warriors. If history repeats itself, the young Warriors from Oakland will have their hands full as t ...

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