The polls were closed. Mo Williams made a late push for All-Star votes anyway. Williams scored a career-high 43 points with 11 assists and strengthened his argument to be in Phoenix among the NBA’s stars next …
Archive for January, 2009
Andrew Bynum caught the ball on the low block, turned aggressively, muscled his way past opposing defenders and dropped the ball through the basket Friday night.
When LeBron James called July 1, 2010, a “very big day, one of the biggest free-agent days in the history of the NBA,” he wasn’t kidding.
Our current issue is dubbed “The Fan Issue.” The cover boy is Kobe Bryant , speaking about his fandom for FC Barcelona.
Your NBA Los Angeles Lakers jersey is #1 again. The NBA has released the numbers for sales of players and teams jerseys and the Lakers should be a very proud team.
Pau Gasol wasn’t sure he would be named to the Western Conference All-Star team, so when Kobe Bryant asked him the other day about his travel plans for the Feb.
It’s probably safe to assume the Timberwolves didn’t send a thank-you card to the NBA’s scheduling department when they looked ahead to this weekend.
Even with a ho-hum game on a lazy Sunday afternoon, the Lakers and Spurs proved once again why they have the best rivalry going in the NBA.
Former NBA player Corie Blount has been indicted on charges of selling marijuana.
The Quick Shot 01.22.08: The Best Players, The Best Teams Posted by Andrew Tobolowsky on 01.22.2009 Quick fire thoughts from around the league… Category: Things that I would do if I were Dwight Howard.
We are still five months away from crowning an NBA champion. But the Los Angeles Lakers seem to be the people’s champ.
Reader questions for our Lakers beat reporter Broderick Turner: Question: OK, after the recent “last second” losses, I can sit no longer without asking about Master Bynum and his contribution — three rebounds …
On one hand, you had a career night from Andrew Bynum, a triple double from Kobe Bryant, a spectacular effort from Lamar Odom off the pine and, of course, that whole “win” thing.
The improving Charlotte Bobcats face one of their toughest tests Tuesday in Hollywood as they take on one of the NBA’s best teams, the Los Angeles Lakers, at Staples Center.
If you listen to the audio portion of the K Brothers’ postgame breakdown , you’ll hear Kobe Bryant refer to the perenially good San Antonio Spurs as a “measuring stick” team, the type that allows an opponent to …