Home
You Are Here: Home » Articles posted by Daniel Buerge (Page 133)
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

Number of Entries : 1606

Lakers Start Fast and Finish Strong; Blow-out Spurs in Texas

The Lakers visited the team with the best record in the NBA today, the San Antonio Spurs. The last time the teams met the Lakers lost in heart-breaking fashion, as an Antonio McDyess tip-in defeated the Lakers as time expired. However, when the teams met today things were very different. The Lakers were winners of six consecutive games, and they finally had F Matt Barnes back in the line-up. On the other ha ...

Read more

Western Conference Showdown: Lakers Visit San Antonio

Written by: Devin Ugland Spurs Projected Starting Line-up: PG - Tony Parker SG - Manu Ginobili SF - RIchard Jefferson PF - Tim Duncan C - DeJuan Blair Key Reserves - G George Hill, SG Gary Neal, PF Matt Bonner Injuries - none Lakers Injuries - F Matt Barnes (knee), PG Derek Fisher (strained elbow) The Lakers (44-19) head into San Antonio Sunday afternoon with revenge on their minds. Earlier this season at S ...

Read more

Lakers Finally Solve The Mystery of the Bobcats; Win 92-84

The Lakers were back home tonight to take on the Charlotte Bobcats. The last time the Lakers faced the Bobcats they were blown out in Charlotte on Valentines Day, in their most lopsided loss of the season. However, one big difference from that game was going to make an impact tonight. A key player in many of the Bobcats victories over the Lakers in the past, Gerald Wallace, was no longer a member of the tea ...

Read more

Showdown At Staples: Lakers Attempt to Declaw Bobcats

Written by: Devin Ugland The Lakers (43-19) and the Bobcats (26-34) are on opposite ends of the basketball spectrum. The Lakers, winners of five straight, are coming off of a very short but impressive two game road trip where they went into the Ford Center and won a hard fought game against the Thunder, and they also had a nice victory over Minnesota this past Tuesday night. The Bobcats have lost 3 out of t ...

Read more

Kobe Stirs Pot With Turkish Airlines Commercial

It seems that in today's world people are far too sensitive. There is always the fear that something may not be politically correct and could offend somebody. My personal opinion is that with nearly seven billion people on the planet no matter what you say somebody might take offense to it. Generally in situations such as these I just chalk the controversy up to people being thin-skinned. The latest debate ...

Read more

Pau Gasol’s Impact With Lakers Nothing But Consistent

Written by: Emily Wilson What was a valid question then seems laughable now. “Was the Gasol Trade a Good Deal for the Lakers?” asked an ESPN.com article on February 3, 2008, just days after the Lakers traded Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton and two first-round draft picks to Memphis for the versatile, 7’1” Pau Gasol. At the time, the Lakers were in desperate need of size. Bynum was hurt and Kwame Brown was a ...

Read more

Player Carousel Continues: Mike Bibby and Troy Murphy Head East

Even though the trade deadline has come and gone there is still a way for each NBA team to pick up new additions for the rest of the season. Many teams will buyout players to save roster space and money, which will result in new free agents that are free to sign with contending teams. Two players that have already been bought our are Mike Bibby and Troy Murphy. Bibby, who was recently acquired by the Washin ...

Read more

The Pulse Visits Lakers Practice – 2/24/11

The crew from the Pulse of the Purple and Gold Podcast visited Lakers practice last week to see how the team was doing coming out of the All-Star Break in Los Angeles. The team managed to get interviews with Kobe Bryant, Shannon Brown, and Matt Barnes. The main topic of discussion was the second half of the season and what the Lakers need to do to claim their third straight NBA championship. httpvhd://www.y ...

Read more

Was the Slam Dunk Contest Decided Before It Began?

Rumor has it that the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Contest may not have been what everybody expected. While everybody was expecting Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin to be the star of the show, it appears that Griffin's victory may have already been a forgone conclusion. An official NBA press release that came out on 5:27 pm PST on Saturday, February 19th stated that five middle school students would get to ...

Read more

Kobe Bryant and the Lakers Win Big at Cartoon Network’s Hall of Fame Game

Late last week at the first ever Cartoon Network Hall of Fame Game Awards several Lakers were celebrated for their excellence on the court. The awards were hosted by skateboarding legend Tony Hawk, and were held last Friday, February 25th, on Cartoon Network. Over 37 million fans participated in the online voting at www.HallofGame.com for their favorite athletes, teams and sporting moments over the last yea ...

Read more

Contact Us | Privacy Policy | © 2014 Medium Large, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Medium Large, LLC - All data and information provided on this website is for informational purposes only. The views and opinions expressed on this website are those of the authors and do not reflect the views or opinions of the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Los Angeles Lakers, it's employees, or its’ affiliates. LakersNation.com is an independent fan site and not associated with or represent National Basketball Association or the Los Angeles Lakers. Furthermore, LakersNation.com makes no representations as to accuracy, suitability, or validity of any information on this website and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

Scroll to top