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Alex Lambeth is the Editor-in-Chief of LakerNation.com. He is currently a senior at University of San Diego studying business and marketing. Follow him for a unique perspective on all things Lakers.

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This week's 'State of the Nation' takes on a Holiday theme and answers the most pressing questions currently surrounding the Lakers.

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With the Lakers' injury-depleted point guard position, the Memphis Grizzlies are rumored to have dangled PG Jerryd Bayless in exchange for SG Jodie Meeks.

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An ultrasound shows that Jordan Farmar's torn hamstring is fully healed and he has been cleared to play.

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New video from YouTube sensation 'ThePerson18' depicts "The Plagued Warrior" a day after Kobe Bryant's devastating injury news.

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With an inconsistent roster around Kobe Bryant, the Lakers have begun making calls, starting with Knicks G Iman Shumpert.

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Lakers pull out a close win over the Charlotte Bobcats as Kobe Bryant flirts with a triple-double.

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Lakers lose to the Phoenix Suns, 114-108, despite Kobe Bryant's improved play.

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Eight months after tearing his Achilles tendon, Kobe Bryant makes his return to the court tonight.

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LD2K's brand new video continues building the suspension around Kobe Bryant's inevitable return this Sunday.

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Finally. A date. Kobe officially announces his return with the "Season of Legends" Facebook video.

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This week's 'State of the Nation' includes Kobe, coach D'Antoni, the Lakers' prospective playoff chances, and much more.

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Lakers defeat the Nets 99-94, led by Nick Young's 26 points off the bench.

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After recently returning to practice, Kobe Bryant has now been fully cleared for all basketball activities.

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With Kobe Bryant finally back at practice, a sense of normalcy should return soon.

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The past season for the Lakers was one of the most painful things to watch. A new era aims to change that. The question is, however: Why should we believe?