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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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Lakers Withstand Late Surge; Ride Bench to Victory

The Lakers were looking to rebound from their tough loss in Miami on Thursday against the team with the second best record in the Western Conference, the Dallas Mavericks. Entering the game the Mavericks were only 1.5 games ahead of the Lakers, and this game could go a long way in determining the final standings with only 15 games left on the schedule. First Quarter The game began frantically, and both team ...

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Derek Fisher & Shannon Brown Have a ‘Minute to Win It’

Los Angeles Lakers' guards Derek Fisher and Shannon Brown will be competing on NBC's Minute to Win It in an attempt to raise money for charities of their choice. Fisher will be donating his winnings to the University of Arkansas Foundation Inc. while Brown donates his winnings to the Shannon Brown Foundation. The episode begins with the game 'Nice Build,' where Fisher and Brown must work together to build a ...

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Kobe Bryant’s Late-Night Practice Session Sparks Debate

On Thursday night in Miami the Los Angeles Lakers found themselves losers for the first time since the All-Star break. They lost to a reeling Miami Heat team that had lost five consecutive games for the first time all season. Heading into the game the Lakers looked almost unbeatable, especially after convincing wins in San Antonio and Atlanta earlier in the week. However, it wasn't the game itself that ende ...

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Western Conference Dance in Big-D; Lakers Visit Mavericks

Written by: Devin Ugland Mavs' Projected Starting Line-up: PG: Jason Kidd SG: Roddy Beaubios SF: Shawn Marion PF: Dirk Nowitzki C: Tyson Chandler Key Reserves: G Jason Terry, G J.J. Barea, C Brendan Haywood, Injuries: SF Peja Stojakovic (Back, Neck) Day-to-Day, Caron Butler (Knee) Out for Season The Lakers (46-20) head back into Texas to battle Western Conference foe the Dallas Mavericks (47-18) Saturday ni ...

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Upgrading the Pulse of the Purple & Gold

The Pulse of the Purple and Gold has changed! Many of you may have been familiar with the official podcast of Lakers Nation, but not anymore! We're doing a complete overhaul to try and get better in touch with you, the fans. Instead of a sit-down, boring podcast that you can find anywhere, we're going to give you a personal look at Los Angeles through the eyes of Lakers Nation! There will be plenty of fun t ...

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News and Reactions Following Lakers Loss in Miami

The Lakers lost their first game since the All-Star Break. See what Lakers Nation had to say about it: First off, here's the recap from last night's loss to Miami. Did a key missed call cost the Lakers last night? One superstar thinks so: Kobe Bryant claims he was fouled on a key three-point shot late in the game. Kobe shows off his dedication just one hour after the Lakers lose to the Heat: Following the l ...

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Heat Overtake Lakers In 4th; End Lakers Winning Streak

The Lakers were in Miami tonight to take on the Heat in the most anticipated game since last Sunday. The teams entered the game on opposite ends of the spectrum, as the Lakers had won eight consecutive games while the Heat were losers of five straight. However, a win against the back to back champions might quiet many of the Miami critics that have surfaced lately. First Quarter As many people expected both ...

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Phil Jackson Clarifies Miami ‘Crygate’ Comments

Yesterday Phil Jackson was asked his opinion on the rumors that the Miami Heat players were crying in the locker room after a recent loss, and as Jackson commonly does he responded in an opinionated manner; "This is the NBA: No Boys Allowed. Big boys don't cry. But, if you're going to do it, do it in the toilet where no one can see." Whenever Jackson says something that is somewhat controversial it usually ...

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Lakers Soar Into Atlanta; Look To Extend Winning Streak

Hawks Projected Starting Line-up: PG - Kirk Heinrich SG - Joe Johnson SF - Marvin Williams PF - Josh Smith C - Al Horford Key Reserves: Jamal Crawford, Zaza Pachulia, Josh Powell Injuries: None The Lakers (45-19) are in Atlanta to take on the Hawks (37-26) in the second game of their four game road trip. After handily dispatching the Spurs on Sunday afternoon in San Antonio there is no question the Lakers a ...

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Shaquille O’Neal Out Indefinitely In Boston

There is no question that the Boston Celtics have faced their fair share of injuries this season, but their biggest focus now will be on C Shaquille O'Neal. Last month O'Neal was dealing with an ailing right Achilles tendon, and now he is apparently dealing with soreness in his right foot. The news surrounding O'Neal's Achilles is fairly positive, but the uncertainty surrounding his foot is still a big ques ...

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