Anna Gonda

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Anna Gonda has been the post-game editor for LakerNation.com since the 2009-2010 season. Between post-game reports, she's a full-time advertising coordinator for an academic publisher and a part-time photographer. Favorite Lakers: Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher. Favorite Laker Moment: Game 7, 2010 Finals against the Boston Celtics.

There it was – that huge child-like smile that comes from having done well on a test at school. In many ways, “child-like” has...

4 points – that’s all Kobe Bryant needed to reach his 28,000th point milestone. Two baskets, four free throws, one basket and two free...

Derek Fisher received the ball late in the fourth quarter, with the shot clock down to the last few seconds. He threw up a...

Steve Blake passed inside to Metta World Peace. MWP tried to muscle up a shot and was fouled. He kissed his biceps and headed...

They were due. Completely and utterly due. After the sweep in the second round, the two losses to the new and vastly improved Clippers...

Kobe Bryant subbed out of the game with 22.5 left in the fourth quarter and the Lakers heading for their second straight loss of...

A Laker game on Christmas Day usually means little to even the Lakers themselves. But with a shortened, not to mention accelerated, NBA season,...

Kobe Bryant’s right wrist was wrapped and secured by a brace, but even a torn ligament in his shooting hand couldn’t keep him from...

Well, no one said change would be easy; the Lakers least of all. After an embarrassing elimination in the second round of the playoffs...

We waited...and waited...and waited some more, but the miracles never came. We truly believed that Kobe Bryant's hot start could shoulder this heavy burden, but...

Kobe Bryant drew in a double team then kicked out a pass to Derek Fisher who hit a wide open three pointer to give...

They say that pride comes before the fall. Had the Lakers shown any pride in this game, that saying might apply. Unfortunately, they showed...

…literally. Like candy on Halloween. The Lakers had home court advantage, they received a nicely wrapped Dallas meltdown to end the first half (four...

Well…that was easy. In a series that they were pegged to sweep, the Lakers were challenged for five games by a New Orleans Hornets team...

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