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McDyess Beats Buzzer; Spurs Shock Lakers

Post-Game Chat with Lakers Nation The Lakers were hosting the San Antonio Spurs tonight in a battle between the two best teams in the Western Conference. The Lakers entered the game with a record of 34-15 while the Spurs were 40-8. After all the controversy surrounding the Lakers over the past week with trade rumors and such, the Lakers were looking to prove they can beat an elite member of the NBA hierarch ...

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Andrew Bynum to Play Thursday Night Against Spurs

According to sources close to Andrew Bynum and the Lakers the young center will play tonight against the top team in the Western Conference, the San Antonio Spurs. Bynum, who missed 24 games at the beginning of the season, missed the Lakers overtime win over the Houston Rockets on Tuesday with a bruised bone in his right knee. A report in the Sporting News this morning claims that Bynum's knee is feeling mu ...

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Ron Artest Denies Trade Request Rumors

According to a rumor yesterday from Marc Stein, Ron Artest had claimed he wanted to be traded from Los Angeles. However, after he was asked multiple times yesterday about those rumors Artest denied ever stating his desire to be traded. Another comment from Artest's agent also denied the rumors. Artest was quoted as saying, "Just because you're not comfortable doesn't mean that you're not happy. I don't have ...

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Kobe Bryant to Appear on Conan Tonight

Tonight on Conan you will see a familiar face, as Lakers' guard Kobe Bryant stops by to visit. Bryant will be making his first appearance on O'Brien's new talk show, which airs at 11:00 PM on TBS. The last time Kobe visited Conan it was on NBC's Tonight Show, which O'Brien ran for a short period last year. We'll see what Bryant and Conan have to talk about tonight. Here's a quick video of the last time Kobe ...

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Ron Artest Hopes to be Traded From Lakers

According to ESPN's Marc Stein, Lakers' starting forward Ron Artest hopes to be traded from the team that helped him win his first NBA championship just eight months ago. After increasing turmoil in the Lakers locker room and front office, general manager Mitch Kupchak announced his plans to make a trade if one presented itself that he believed would help the team. What most people didn't expect was a membe ...

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The Black Mamba or the Black Hole – Did Kobe Hurt the Lakers vs. Boston?

Written by: Steve Buerge When you have a superstar at the level of Kobe Bryant, inevitably his performance has a huge impact on most games.   He can be the dominant force willing the Lakers to a victory or he can come up short of his usual performance and the result is usually a disappointing loss. There has been endless discussion over Kobe’s career regarding his style of play. One game he’s “the facilitat ...

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Possible Trade Scenarios For Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers

After Sunday's disappointing loss to the Boston Celtics all of Lakers Nation was in upheaval. On Monday the Lakers' General Manager, Mitch Kupchak, announced that he is open to possible trades as we approach this month's trade deadline. Now, even though the Lakers haven't met expectations thus far this season, is it reasonable to think that the team needs a trade to get them motivated? Perhaps Kupchak is ju ...

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Andrew Bynum Out Tonight Against Houston Rockets

According to Lakers reporter Mike Trudell Andrew Bynum will miss tonight's game against the Houston Rockets after having an MRI revealed a bone bruise on his left knee. Head coach Phil Jackson said there is no structural damage, which is a good sign for the Lakers, but Bynum is still listed as day to day. This may seem familiar for Lakers fans as Bynum missed the first 24 games of the season after off-seaso ...

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A Look Back at the Career of Hakeem ‘The Dream’ Olajuwon

Even though the Lakers lost last night at the hands of the Sacramento Kings, there was a small bit of celebration for Los Angeles and their fans. Midway through the first quarter, Lakers' guard Kobe Bryant connected on a one-handed dunk that gave him 26,947 points in his illustrious career, one more than Hall of Fame center Hakeem Olajuwon. As Bryant continues to move up the ranks of the NBA's All-Time scor ...

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