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Lakers Nation Staff Gets ‘Fearless’ Against L.A.’s Best Ballers

Anybody who was in Los Angeles this past weekend for the NBA All-Star festivities surely saw the ads for the 'Los Fearless' campaign launched by Nike. The sportswear gurus teamed with some of their top NBA players, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and Deron Williams. Combined with their 'Los Fearless' events that included multiple appearances from these NBA superstars, Nike put together a ...

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Nike Basketball is Prepping Us to be Fearless

I arrived at Staples Center not quite sure what to expect, but due to the high amount of secrecy surrounding the event I knew it was going to be interesting. For those of you who don't know, Nike Basketball has invited Lakers Nation to partake in a secret 2 on 2 tournament on All-Star Weekend. Our two representatives are going to be myself and Michael Goldsholl, since the owner of Lakers Nation, Gary Lee, w ...

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Kicksologists.com Brings You: This Week in Kicks

Following an embarrassing loss to the Clippers, the Lakers kicked off the week with a strong win over the young and dynamic OKC Thunder.  While Russell Westbrook was torching our defense off the dribble, Kevin Durant was held to 8-of-24 from the field, prompting the debate of whether or not Ron Artest truly has his number locked in.  That win was certainly nice, but yet again, the Lake Show displayed a comp ...

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Kicksologists.com Brings You: This Week in Kicks

The Lakers kicked off the week in a way that you pretty much just can't top - yet another special meeting with President Obama.  The very next day was also momentous for the Purple and Gold as they officially welcomed back starting center, Andrew Bynum, against the Washington Wizards after what was turning into an eternity of waiting.  The personnel shuffling did not stop there however, as Sasha Vujacic was ...

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Take a Journey to the Ring with Andy Bernstein

For all you aspiring sports photographers out there, the name Andy Bernstein is probably the equivalent to the Magic Johnson of Basketball. Mr. Bernstein has shot some of the most iconic basketball images for the past quarter century. Last year, Andy partnered up with Phil Jackson, to document and immortalize his 11th Championship run, which also happened to be the 3rd back to back championship in Los Angel ...

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Getting a Lakers iPhone Case from Coveroo

A few weeks ago, a representative from Coveroo reached out to me and wanted to tell me about the line of cases they had for iPhones, iPads and pretty much any other kind of mobile device out there. Honestly, I was already pretty happy with the InCase case that Apple provided me for free because of the whole antennae-gate fiasco after the launch of the iPhone 4. By the way, the cases totally help with recept ...

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Kicksologists.com Brings You: This Week in Kicks

While LeBron James' return to Cleveland undoubtedly dominated the headlines for the entire week, the Lakers did their part to remain rather high on the newswire as well, albeit for all the wrong reasons.  As if an uninspired third straight defeat at the hands of the Memphis Grizzlies was not enough to stir up the waters in Lakers Nation, the Lake Show turned in another poor fourth quarter en route to their ...

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Kicksologists.com Brings You: This Week in Kicks

We're already feeling the ups and downs that the long marathon NBA season can often bring for any team, especially for a defending champion.  The Lakers are just as prone to the same obstacles that a bottom-dweller can face such as injuries.  Unfortunately, Theo Ratliff, who was supposed to provide the champs with quality minutes in the absence of Andrew Bynum, will now endure his own knee surgery and will ...

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Kicksologists.com Brings You: This Week in Kicks

Now that the Lakers have at last lost their first game, I think it's safe to say that the season has more or less, officially begun and perhaps Andrew Bynum cannot return any sooner.  Last night was quite a night for the NBA as more than a handful its top premiere players all went head-to-head.  Kobe became the youngest player ever to reach the 26,000-point milestone, but it was his good friend Carmelo Anth ...

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