Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Authors Posts by Bobby Roshan

Bobby Roshan



Laker fans have two memories that still burn. Two teams that left a scar. Two slanders on our record which have yet to be vindicated. Phoenix and Boston...


With the season winding down, I found myself pondering about the Lakers chances of a repeat. Critics and fans alike have noted the...


The Lakers continue to be Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde...


Imagine if the Lakers lost Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum. What would their record be at this point in the season? Seeing as to how much trouble they have teams of the Sacramento Queen's King's caliber, I’d wager they’d be below .500 if their starting lineup was Fisher, Odom, Artest, Brown and Mbenga.


Commentators have made a huge fuss of the Lakers’ long stretch of home games and how great that must be for the Lakers.


They were the best of teams. They were the worst of teams. Watching the Lakers play against Denver and Houston right after pounding the red-hot Suns was unbelievably frustrating, akin to watching a brand-new Ferrari drive down the street with two flat tires...


Watching Kwame Brown play for the Lakers is like watching a stunningly beautiful temptress of a flirt join a nunnery – it burns more because you know how amazing it could have been. 6’11’’, 270 pounds of pure muscle – the kind of body built for basketball. So much potential that when he floundered, it was basket-blue-balls.


With all this talk of Artest’s new-found attitude, maturity and self-control on the court, something very important has been lost: Laker fans secretly want Artest to lose it.



With the Lakers off to a poor start, trade rumors have begun to swirl around Kobe Bryant, leading many to speculate if he'll leave for greener pastures. Kobe puts those rumors to rest in his interview with Yahoo Sports.
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