Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Authors Posts by Jeff Little

Jeff Little

Jeff Little is the pre-game writer for LakerNation.com. Follow him on Twitter.


Game Seven; the two most exciting words to a sports fan. Just hearing those words, you know this will be a game for the ages. After 104 games played in the 2009-2010 NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers have the opportunity to make history tonight by adding to their resumes; that they were on a Lakers team that beat the Boston Celtics in a NBA Finals.


The Los Angeles Lakers are back at the Staples Center for a must-win game. They have given away at least two games in this series and return home with several questions and very little answers.


The Los Angeles Lakers literally wasted a golden opportunity to place a stranglehold on the series in Game 4. There are four games of the Finals in the books and without some mistakes and a lack of execution down the stretch the Lakers would be up 3-1 in this series...


The Los Angeles Lakers wasted an excellent opportunity to take a 2-0 series lead. They also wasted a great game and all around effort by Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol...


The match-up that the Lakers Nation has waited for two years; a NBA Finals' re-match with the hated Boston Celtics. These two Franchises have a rich history and are the league's most storied franchises. This is the series that everyone wanted to see...


The Los Angeles Lakers played good basketball and solid defense for 45 minutes of a 48 minute game. The final three minutes of the game left a lot to be desired...


The Los Angeles Lakers are back at the Staples Center tonight after an unsuccessful road trip. The Phoenix Suns come into tonight's game with some momentum, although that will change by the end of the night.


The Los Angeles Lakers came up short in game three and took a loss. It was their first playoff loss in about month. It doesn't change the fact that the Phoenix Suns have the unenviable task of winning three of the next four games to advance to the NBA Finals; the Lakers won't allow that to happen.


Make no mistake, the playoffs don’t lie; the four best teams in the NBA are battling. The cream does rise to the top. It’s no mystery what two teams are on a collision course to meet in the Finals. A match-up the Lakers Nation has waited two years for...


The Los Angeles Lakers completely dominated the Suns in game one Monday night. The Purple and Gold are rolling sevens right now. They've won seven straight playoffs games; seven is also the magic number for them to reach their season long goal...


The Los Angeles Lakers in their quest to win another championship have reached the NBA's version of the final four. Appropriately, the Lakers coaching staff placed the number eight on the board in the locker room. No other words were necessary. The Phoenix Suns stand between the Lakers and a return to the NBA Finals.


The Lakers got off to a good start by winning the first game of the series. It wasn't an easy playoff game, since it appeared that the starters had to win the game twice. The reason for this, you guessed it -- once again, the lack of production from the bench...


The Lakers eliminated the Oklahoma City Thunder in dramatic fashion when Pau Gasol converted the put-back heard around the world with .05 seconds remaining. It was reminiscent of Derek Fisher's game winner in San Antonio in 2004. The Thunder have a bright future, but for the Purple and Gold are on the road to repeat and it's onto the next one...


The Los Angeles Lakers were highly upset about their performance or the lack thereof in both games in Oklahoma City, and in game five, they issued the Thunder a resounding and long overdue beat-down...



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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