With the loss to the San Antonio Spurs last night, the Los Angeles Lakers find themselves in an 0-3 hole which they are unlikely to climb out of. They didn't just lose the game and probably the series, but they lost that shine and charm that Lakers teams have prided themselves on for so many seasons.
Making the 7th seed in the playoffs at the start of this season would have sounded like a failure of a season, however now that we're at the end of the season 7th seed seems more like a blessing. With such a roller coaster season under their belts, do the Los Angeles Lakers have what it takes to make a deep run?
Kobe Bryant has been playing an extremely high amount of minutes these past four games, and it may be taking a toll on him. Will this trend continue or will we see him get some rest over the final stretch of the 2012-13 NBA season.
Kobe Bryant has recently stated that he plans on deciding his future plans this upcoming Summer. Will he play 3 more years, or call it quits at the end of the 2013-14 season?
Kobe Bryant is a mere 35 points away from fourth place on the NBA's all-time scoring list. Atop the legendary list is Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, can Kobe catch him before he retires and ends his career?
It's been about five weeks now since Pau Gasol went down with a plantar fascia injury to his right foot. He plans on returning soon and is getting better as time goes on, how will he help bolster this current Lakers roster?
News has arisen that Phil Jackson is Dwight Howard's latest mentor. Phil understands Howard and wants him to excel, and he gives his take on how Howard is currently being utilized in LA.
It seems like, regardless of Howard's play this season, that The Lakers clearly got the better end of the Dwight for Bynum trade, as Bynum has yet to play a game as a Philadelphia 76er.
Dwight Howard has a new commercial out by Adidas and its catchphrase is: All in for L.A. Does this mean Dwight wants to stay with the Lakers?
Kobe Bryant leads the league in technical fouls with 13 this season. He will receive a one game suspension at 16, will he keep his cool before he hits that mark?
With the trade deadline looming, rumors of deals are zooming around the league. Dwight Howard is one of the biggest targets this season, but Mitch Kupchak says he isn't going anywhere. Howard is LA's future and here's why he will stay in Los Angeles.
Dwight Howard reportedly says he plans on playing for The Brooklyn Nets next season and not the Los Angeles Lakers. Is this story true, or another episode in the ongoing Dwightmare that plagues LA?
Kobe and Shaq have had their problems in the past, but they seem to have reconciled and now have a much better relationship. Here's how Kobe reacted to seeing Shaq at last night's game.
Mitch Kupchak says there are no imminent trades in LA's future, this could be a good or a disastrous thing, but only time will tell. We have to trust in Mitch for times like this.