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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 News: Team Officially Signs Jordan Farmar

It's official - the Los Angeles Lakers and Jordan Farmar have reached an agreement on a new contract according to the team. Farmar, who was drafted by the Lakers nearly a decade ago, spent his life growing up in L.A. and attending UCLA. Farmar won two championships as a member of the Lakers (09, 10) before departing for the New Jersey Nets and eventually taking his talents overseas. -----Check out the Laker ...

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Dwight Howard Describes “Saddest Moment” As Member of the Lakers

Dwight Howard didn't have very much fun as a member of the Lakers. Well, at least that's how it sounds. Despite what he's saying, the lack of acceptance from Laker fans was likely taken into consideration when he made his final decision. Regardless, in a recent interview (h/t Bleacher Report), Howard described his "saddest moment" as a member of the Lakers, when a fan reportedly threw a jersey at his face. ...

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Lakers Ranked Forbes’ 31st Most Valuable Professional Sports Franchise

In the annual list of most valuable professional sports franchises, the Los Angeles Lakers ranked 31st in the world in the 2013 edition. According to Forbes, the Lakers are worth approximately $1 billion, which would make them the 31st most valuable team in the world and the second most valuable NBA franchise (New York Knicks). -----Check out the Lakers Nation store to get your LN gear and show off your Lak ...

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Mike D’Antoni Says Lakers Looking For More Athleticism This Offseason

With the recent signings of Nick Young and Wesley Johnson, it's apparent the Lakers are looking for added athleticism in their backcourt and on the roster as a whole. That lack of athleticism was certainly something that impacted the team a season ago, and was one of several reasons the team struggled - especially against younger, quicker teams. At NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Laker head coach Mike D'Ant ...

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Mike D’Antoni Hopes Chris Kaman, Pau Gasol Can Complement One Another

After all the talk a season ago about how Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard couldn't coexist on the basketball court, the lack of chemistry between the team big men has been a concern moving forward. Once Howard left for Houston and the Lakers suddenly didn't have their starting center, they began to look for options that they felt would do a better job of working with Gasol on the court rather than in spite of h ...

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RareInk Review: Exclusive Autographed Kobe Bryant Artwork

Our friends over at RareInk are always showing off their NBA designs and artwork, which in my opinion is still some of the most fantastic NBA-related gear on the internet. As we've shown before, you can get fantastic pieces of art that features former Lakers and a variety of other current and former NBA superstars. Now they're breaking out the big guns - autographed artwork featuring Kobe Bryant. This parti ...

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Summer League Recap: Lakers Fall to Cavs in Opening Night Duel

The Lakers' 2013 Summer League is officially underway, as the team faced off against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, NV. A season ago the Laker Summer League team had a bad week, losing all their games in Vegas in what would become a trend - as you likely recall, they went on to lose all their preseason games and first two games of the regular season las ...

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Dwight Howard Wanted Kobe Bryant Era Over Quicker in Los Angeles

The fallout from Dwight Howard's decision to leave the Lakers for the Houston Rockets continues. After Howard stated it was merely due to his desire to win a championship, and that he felt Houston offered him the best opportunity to do so, it's now been discovered that one of the main reasons for Howard's exodus was the uncertainty of when Kobe Bryant would retire, and when Dwight would be considered "the m ...

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Lakers News: Team Reaches Agreement With Jordan Farmar

http://youtu.be/gqc53mVqGOE The pieces are beginning to fall into place for the Lakers, at least it would seem so on paper. After signing Chris Kaman to their mini-midlevel exception, it seems the team has reached an agreement to bring back former Laker guard Jordan Farmar. According to a source close to the situation, Farmar agreed to terms with the Lakers. All that's left is the team has to work out a buy ...

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Lazenby: Uncertain Laker Future Begins And Ends With Jim Buss

“The death of God left the angels in a strange position.” - Donald Barthelme The idea of uncertainty is one that frightens many people. As humans, we get comfortable with our surroundings and are afraid to step beyond our own grounds and put ourselves in a place we do not know. This is why such a large percentage of the world's population die within 15 miles of where they were born. We get used to something ...

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