Saturday, February 13, 2016
Authors Posts by Steve Avery

Steve Avery



The Lakers easily had their best performance of the season tonight as they routed the Mavericks at home. This one was a blowout from the beginning.


The Lakers continued their inconsistent play with another terrible loss Monday night against the Phoenix Suns.


It was an ugly beginning and a beautiful finish Saturday night in the State's Capital. The Lakers opened the game with poor shooting and several turnovers, and finished with clutch tip-ins and three point baskets.


This game tonight swayed back and forth for the Lakers about as much as the trees outside on a windy night in Los Angeles. The Lakers should have blown out this team easily at home, but they continue to struggle against the young teams in the NBA.


The Lakers improved to 7 and 2 on the road for the season with an impressive win in Detroit Sunday afternoon. The game got kind of close at the end, but the Lakers really controlled this one from the start.


The Lakers took care of business Saturday night on a cold night in New Jersey.


This thrilling win took an extra five minutes before Kobe put it away at the buzzer. He's game winner was a true game winner -- down one... it's win or lose.


The Lakers finally took care of business on the road with a win in Chicago Tuesday night.


The Lakers expanded their Western Conference lead Sunday night as they extended their winning streak and find themselves at 16-3 in the young NBA season.


The bank was open late Friday night, and Kobe took full advantage of it as he robbed the Heat of a win in Los Angeles.


Don't let this box score fool you -- this one was another Laker blowout. A similar story Tuesday night as the Lakers blew out another poor team while the bench played a poor fourth to make the box score look a little closer.


The Lakers won their sixth straight tonight in a blowout from the tipoff.


The Lakers took care of business again at home. The Knicks never had a chance against the bigger and stronger Laker team.


Tonight was a night of highlights at Staples Center. First it was Kobe's over the backboard, then his reverse layup, then we had Shannon Brown's oop from Farmar and his other dunk on the break.



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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