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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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Pre-Game Report: Lakers vs. Hawks

Written by: Devin Ugland Hawks Projected Starting Line-up: PG: Mike Bibby SG: Joe Johnson SF: Marvin Williams PF: Josh Smith C: Al Horford The All-Star break could not have come at a more perfect time for the Lakers. After a great start to the ‘Grammy’ road trip, the Lakers finished the seven-game east coast swing with three consecutive uninspired losses, one against the Magic, and two against a couple of t ...

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Colin Cowherd & SportsNation talks Lakers Future, Time Warner & More

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to sit down with one of my favorite ESPN personalities, Colin Cowherd from ESPN Radio's 'The Herd' and ESPN 2's 'SportsNation.' Cowherd is in Los Angeles for this weekend's NBA All-Star festivities, and was gracious enough to take a seat and talk a little sports. As many of you know, with Lakers Nation our goal is give the fans an in-depth look at the Lakers and the NBA thro ...

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Report: Carmelo Anthony to New Jersey Nets Deal Near Completion

In what is turning out to be a very monstrous trade, it appears that months of speculation have finally ended as Carmelo Anthony is reportedly no longer a member of the Denver Nuggets. All that is left is for Anthony to approve the trade and he will head east to play for the New Jersey Nets. If the deal does go through the rosters of both teams will be very different in the second half of the season. The pr ...

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Pre-Game Report: Lakers @ Magic

The Lakers continue their season-long road trip this afternoon in Orlando when they square off against the Magic. After two big wins late last week in Boston and New York, it is safe to say the Lakers are playing their best basketball since the first week of the year. They're currently 4-0 on their road trip, and if they want to make it to 5-0 they're going to have to play a solid game today against one of ...

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SportsNation Believes Kobe and Carmelo Could Coexist

On the popular ESPN show SportsNation they recently had a debate on whether or not Carmelo Anthony and Kobe Bryant could play together on the Lakers. After last night's game in Boston however, this may be a moot point. Regardless, let's take a look at the percentages that came up when discussing Kobe and Carmelo in Los Angeles. When polled, 57 percent of SportsNation believes that Kobe Bryant and Carmelo An ...

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Lakers Control the Paint; Use Late Bryant Surge to Down Celtics

Lakers vs. Celtics Post Game Chat The Lakers were in Boston for the first time since losing Game 5 of the NBA Finals last June. This was their first meeting with the Celtics since losing in Los Angeles last month. With all the trade rumors swirling, many felt that tonight was a must win game for the Lakers. First Quarter The game started with the Celtics shooting hot from the floor. Led by Ray Allen, who wa ...

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The Captain Updates His Health – Cancer is ‘Minimal’

Earlier this week Kareem Abdul-Jabbar announced through his Twitter account that he was 'cancer free.' Today he has stated that it was a misstatement, and changed his standing. "You're never really cancer free and I should have known that. My cancer right now is at an absolute minimum." Abdul-Jabbar went on to state that it was not life threatening at this point. This is a great sign for the Laker legend, a ...

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Kobe Bryant Examiner Feature

LN: How long have you been a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers? KE: Ever since the Showtime days. The first memory I have of watching the Lakers play was back when I was about nine or so (about 1990) and my Grandad let me stay up and watch game that went into overtime. Once I got my first taste of watching Magic play I was hooked! It was basically the end of the Showtime era and the beginning of the rebuilding ...

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Lakers Can’t Trade Away Their Biggest Advantage – Size

With all the trade rumors swirling around this morning concerning the Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, one problem is yet to be discussed - defense. While a trade for Carmelo Anthony looks great on paper, it doesn't solve the biggest problem the Lakers are currently dealing with. That problem is defense. Carmelo Anthony is a great player, and a perennial All-Star. There is no doubt that he is one of the most ...

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Lakers Feature Balanced Offensive Attack; Defeat Grizzlies in Memphis

The Lakers made their second stop on their long road trip tonight in Memphis to take on the Grizzlies. This was the third meeting between the two teams this season, and they had split the previous two. With the Boston Celtics and the New York Knicks looming at the end of the week the Lakers needed to get a win tonight, but they knew the Grizzlies weren't going to concede easily. First Quarter The Lakers beg ...

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