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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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Ron Artest Named Finalist for NBA Citizenship Award

According to Kevin Ding of the Orange County Register, Ron Artest has been named a finalist for the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award. Artest received the nod after his extensive work raising mental health awareness following his post-game interviews following Game 7 of the NBA Finals last June. Artest also received some notoriety after auctioning off his championship ring last winter and donating the pro ...

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Potential Playoff Preview: Lakers vs. Mavericks

Written by: Lena Adebowale Let's cut to the chase, the Dallas Mavericks haven't experienced much success in the playoffs.  If we take a look back at the 90's, the Mavericks did not make one single playoff appearance.  At the beginning of the new millennium, the future of the Mavericks organization brightened.  In 2001, the Mavericks returned to the post-season behind the play of Dirk Nowitzki, Michael Finle ...

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Derrick Caracter Assigned to D-League’s ‘Jam’

Rookie forward Derrick Caracter has almost completed his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers. However, the former UTEP player will be making an appearance in the NBA Developmental League after being reassigned to the Bakersfield Jam. The news came from the official Twitter account of the Lakers. Caracter has been averaging just 5.3 minutes per game, and should get a chance to earn more playing time in ...

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Lakers Nation March Madness Bracket Update: Final Four

With just four teams remaining in the NCAA Tournament it's time to take another look at the Lakers Nation Bracket Challenge. This season's tournament has been crazier than usual, and for the first time since the tournament began there are no one or two seeded teams in the Final Four. A series of upsets has Butler, UConn, Kentucky, and VCU as the last teams standing in college basketball. Here's a look at th ...

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Lakers Fight Complacency; Beat Hornets to Extend Streak

The Lakers welcomed the New Orleans Hornets to the Staples Center for a Sunday night match-up between two teams looking to improve their positioning in the Western Conference standings. Entering the game the Lakers were 14-1 since the All-Star break and had won six games in a row. The game was also a potential post-season preview, as the Hornets and Lakers would face one another in the first round if the pl ...

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Dwight Howard Reminisces About Being Dunked on by Kobe

Many people remember Dwight Howard's rookie season in the NBA. One person who does remember it is Kobe Bryant, who made an unflattering poster out of Howard in one of the biggest dunks of his career. Howard takes a few minutes to talk about the dunk and how it helped him realize that he wasn't playing against high school kids any longer. httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p5M6KKx6GA&feature=player_embed ...

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Hallway Rivalry Renewed; Lakers ‘Host’ Clippers

The Lakers have been the hottest team in the Western Conference since the All-Star break, and will be looking to remain that way tonight against their in-town rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers. The Lakers are coming off one of their most exciting games in recent history, where they defeated the Phoenix Suns 139-137 in triple overtime. The Clippers last game was an overtime bonanza as well, as they needed two ...

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Return to Glory: Keys to the Lakers Three-Peat

Written by: Lena Adebowale Kobe Bryant is an obvious piece of the Lakers championship puzzle, so there is no need to discuss the importance of his play down the stretch. Pau Gasol is another primary component to the Lakers three-peat. Gasol is “Mr. Consistency,” and he must continue playing like an All-Star. The Lakers other starters, Dereck Fisher and Ron Artest are role players who earn their paychecks mo ...

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Lakers Outlast Suns; Defeat Phoenix in Triple Overtime

httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP6xtGmT4Q4 *Updated Video from LakersMedia.com* The Lakers continued their home stand tonight against their Pacific Division rivals, the Phoenix Suns. The Lakers were undefeated at home since the All-Star break coming into the game, and were looking to stay that way against the team they played in the Western Conference Finals a season ago. However, the Suns looked much di ...

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Kobe to Appear on the Mo’Nique Show Tonight

Kobe Bryant will be making a stop on the late night rounds tonight when he stops by the Mo'Nique show to chat with the sassy talk-show host who is known as the 'Queen of Comedy.' Bryant, who visited Conan O'Brien's talk show host several weeks ago (below video) to promote his Black Mamba video, will be making his first appearance on the Mo'Nique show. The show will air tonight at 11:00 PM on BET. ...

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