Kareem indicates Bynum will bounce back and be just fine by the end of the playoffs.
Well it seems no one in the NBA wants to use or learn the most beautiful shot in basketball history, so Kareem once again took control of the "sky hook." This time, off the court.
Eric Pincus of Hoopsworld dropped us a note about the upcoming NBA scheduling. Game One for the Lakers will be on Monday.
This is definitely worth a read. I got to take a glance at it and it was very cool. And it features two AM570 personalities in Steve Hartman and Matt "Money" Smith who co-wrote it. Here is an excerpt from Kobe Bryant's favorite places.
Those 38 points Kobe scored Saturday vs. Utah were more than impressive: They were historic.
Lamar wants to win the title. Not only was he, arguably, the BEST Laker last series... he is willing to do whatever it takes to win.
Andrew Bynum will be in the starting lineup for the Western Conference semifinals.
Despite injury, Walton said he'll "absolutely" play in the second round.
Sources close to Bryant say that while Kobe is eligible for a deal in the $24 million per year range he may help the Lakers out if it means keeping Trevor Ariza and Lamar Odom in town, so expect Kobe's next deal to be slightly less than most are projecting.
Tex Winter is improving and should be able to "leave the hospital by the end of this week."
Andrew Bynum has been invited to try out for team USA this off-season!
Luke has an injured left ankle. Will try to give it a go for game 5.
Andrew Bynum is getting a bit "bothered" with the limited minutes as of late.
Ariza suffers a right sprained ankle in game 4.