Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Authors Posts by Anna Gonda

Anna Gonda

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.


The game was close throughout and the lead went back and forth all evening. It could have been an exciting game between two opponents playing their hearts out. It COULD have been that kind of night, but it was far from it...


With no Kobe in the line-up for a fifth straight game, the need for a clutch understudy was up for grabs.


For the third game in a row, John Ireland asked the Laker chosen for his post-game interview if this game just played was the best team win they’ve had all season...


Rejuvenated. Energized. Poised. That is how the Lakers played tonight against a veteran San Antonio team.


After last night’s loss to Denver, a game that the Lakers SHOULD have and COULD have won, a trip to the Rose Garden in...


Lamar Odom squirmed in front of the camera’s bright light, wiping his forehead as beads of sweat trickled down his face, all the while trying to listen as FSN West’s Michael Eaves began his post-game interview...


Fisher couldn’t miss. 3-pointers landed through the hoop hitting absolutely nothing but net. Bynum spun around and over Dwight Howard, a welcome sight from his lesser role in last season’s Finals...


In their first game of the New Year, the Lakers trailed by more than 20 points against a young, energetic and very confident Sacramento Kings team; the very same team that took two overtimes and a couple of timely Kobe Bryant trey’s to defeat...


It was the start of the 4th quarter when Kobe Bryant hopped up from his seat on the bench like a fan in the stands, spinning a towel in his right hand as he encouraged his teammates on the floor, “Keep it going, Jordie!” he yelled, “Keep it going!”...


Jordan Farmar dribbled cross-court, scanned the floor before him, stopped behind the 3-point line, then calmly lifted off his feet and arched a smooth-sailing shot over his defender. Swish...


The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Or in the Lakers case, the better they are, the more opponents, pundits and haters want them to fall into the fiery pit of defeat. It’s no secret - the Lakers are good. Championship good...



Kobe Bryant

Wearing both #8 and #24 throughout his career, which of Kobe Bryant's numbers should the Lakers retire?