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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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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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Lakers Nation Fan of the Week: Blake Gockley

Since Lakers Nation is a site that is run by fans for fans we periodically like to find a member of Lakers Nation that truly represents what it means to be a Lakers' fan. This week we're proud to announce that that fan is Blake Gockley. Here's some more information on our Lakers Nation Citizen of the Week! The Year You Became a Lakers Fan? In 1990 when I was five years old. What was the Biggest Reason you b ...

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World Premiere of ‘The Black Mamba’ to Arrive Next Month

Every member of Lakers Nation knows that Kobe Bryant is known as the Black Mamba, and now Nike is going to share that information with the rest of the world. Nike has announced the premiere of 'The Black Mamba,' which will showcase Bryant as he takes on his biggest challenge yet. The video was directed by renowned filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, and stars such actors as Bruce Willis and Danny Trejo. There is no ...

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Lamar Odom to Appear at House of Hoops on January 26th

Lakers' forward Lamar Odom will be appearing at the House of Hoops tomorrow, January 26th, from 3-4PM. The first 200 people to arrive will get an autograph from the Lakers' All-Star hopeful. In case you're looking for a reason to drive out and see the two-time NBA Champion here's a compilation video that might help persuade you: httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V82_RWac8Ls ...

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Deciphering Lakers Nation’s Twitter

At Lakers Nation we do our best to provide our fans and followers with the best possible Lakers news on the web. Since our operation has grown dramatically since we first began, and of course we have all of you to thank for that, we are required to increase our staff numbers. This causes things to get tricky occasionally when we have more than one person operating our Twitter account. Now, since we all have ...

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Why Lamar Odom Deserves to Make the All-Star Team

Written by: Wade LaRoche When Lamar Odom came into the NBA in 1999, he was seen as a can’t miss prospect who would eventually be selected to multiple all star games. Unfortunately for Odom, he has had a bit of a roller coaster career up to this season. Whether it be injuries, inconsistency, adjusting to a new team or adjusting to a new role, Odom has not been able to get the honor of being selected to the N ...

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Lakers Finish Off Oklahoma City in Tough Match-Up at Staples

After the Lakers had their winning streak snapped yesterday by the Los Angeles Clippers they were looking for a little revenge. However, that wasn't going to come easy as they were face to face with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Lakers were looking to start another winning streak tonight against the Thunder, especially with one of their toughest weeks of the season coming up. First Quarter The first quarte ...

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The Lakers Find Recent Success by Getting Back to Basics

Written by: Josh Surdin This week the Lakers got back to what they needed to, basics. Pound the ball inside and feed the bigs. The trio of Andrew Bynum, Lamar Odom and Pau Gasol put great numbers all week long, culminating in a historic blowout last night against Cleveland. This is what the Lakers should be, and need to be doing. This team is built around Kobe Bryant and his talents in the back court, but i ...

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For Andrew Bynum, The Future Is Now

Written by: Brian Champlin Since his return in mid-December Andrew Bynum’s production and minutes have steadily increased, his effectiveness seeming to grow game by game in direct proportion to his conditioning and touches in the post. Bynum seems comfortable nestling back into his role as a solid contributor in the starting lineup, a great third or forth option, and a big body who clogs up the lane as seco ...

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Matt Barnes Expected to Miss Eight Weeks After Injuring Knee

According to the Los Angeles Times Lakers' forward Matt Barnes will miss up to eight weeks after tearing the meniscus in his right knee. Barnes will have surgery on Tuesday following the injury he sustained against the New Orleans Hornets on Friday night. Barnes has been a major addition to the Lakers this season after signing in the off-season as a free agent. The Lakers will be forced to fill his minutes ...

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