It’s been a few years since the Lakers opened a season without any dark clouds hanging over them, but compared to last season’s tense affair, where the entire NBA world was glued to feed out of El Segundo like …
Archive for September, 2008
Kevin Garnett was in the media yesterday after a short and silent summer. He was interviewed on Dennis and Callahan here , and the Globe has a nice article on Garnett here .
Tanned and excited, Phil Jackson lays out plans for season. By JANIS CARR Comments Recommend Phil Jackson returned from his Montana ranch, looking tanned and relaxed.
In it, you can look through such sports epics as Phil Jackson’s Kobe Bryant Is a Temperamental Jerk but the Lakers Pay Me Way Too Much to Just Walk Away Again and roughly 500 different novels written by John …
At the University of Missouri, Kareem Rush will tell you, he wasn’t just a shooter, he was a scorer.
Responding to an interview from Sonny Vaccaro with the Loose Cannons on AM 570 Thursday, S teve Dilbeck of the Daily News today revisits the possibility of Kobe heading to Europe after this season.
The 20 Second Timeout 09.19.08: Michael Jordan and Tex Winter Discuss the MJ-Kobe Comparisons Posted by David Friedman on 09.19.2008 Michael Jordan is not at all offended or bothered by how often Kobe Bryant is …
Kobe Bryant can opt out of his contract at the end of the season and become a complete free agent.
First, the latest installment of ESPN’s preseason NBA forecasts. The latest topic? Who takes the crown come June 2009? The most prevalent answer? Your Lakers of Los Angeles.
Lindy’s Pro Basketball 2008-09 is on the market now. If it is not sold in a bookstore near you, you can order a copy online–choosing from among nine different regional covers–at the Lindy’s website .
The Los Angeles Lakers ‘ Kobe Bryant will not have surgery on his right pinkie because recovery would take too long.
Lakers star Kobe Bryant announced on his website that he won’t have surgery to repair his injured hand.
Lakers star Kobe Bryant says Tuesday on his Web site that he plans to forgo surgery to repair ligament damage in his right pinkie finger.
Recently, BK and I did a video clip about the glowing coverage of Kobe Bryant’s Olympics and how the notion that Kobe still stirs mostly negative feelings, whether from non-Laker fans or the media, is something …
Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum proclaimed himself completely healthy Friday, saying he expects to be better than ever when training camp begins Sept.