Kobe Bryant scored 28 points, Trevor Ariza had a career-high 26, and the Los Angeles Lakers squandered a big lead before taking control late in a 107-100 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday.
Bringing you talent is the new vision of the Voice of the Nation, and the fellaz come through again, they welcome from the AM570 family, JOE GRANDE, former host of The Weekend Barbeque.
When I found out that Los Angeles Lakers players Pau Gasol and Jordan Farmar were going to be "special guest stars" on Friday's episode of Numb3ers on CBS (10 p.m.), I immediately thought of a quote from one of my favorite films, Teen Wolf.
Ariza had found out that morning he would become the starting small forward.
The conversation between Yao and Gosol would center on how Gasol took to the weight room during the off-season in attempts to bulk up his 7-foot, 250-pound frame and shed the “soft” tag.
The Lakers consultant says they haven't played as well as their NBA-best record would indicate -- and they then prove his point by getting blown out in Portland.
As Chick Hearn calls pick up games from heaven, L.W.O. radio continues to hold it down in his memory for Lakers fans on the...
After surging in the wake of center Andrew Bynum’s injury, the veteran forward has struggled in the last three games, averaging 2.6 points and missing 11 of 15 shots.
The Los Angeles Lakers don't have a game Sunday for the first time I can remember, so I figured I'd pose a thought-provoking question to keep our minds bleeding Purple and Gold.
Hoopsworld: Some random weekend thoughts on the Los Angeles Lakers (50-12): - The Lakers are this season's first 50-win team. - Through 62 games, the Lakers...
He's healthy now and hoping to get more minutes that will allow him to get back into a comfortable flow.
The fellaz discuss the slow week in Laker land. Show you why Phil says the Celtics NEED help, discuss the listeners comments from last show, and Shaq gives David more of an argument why the Diesel needs to stay away from L.A.
Theme nights during the season are usually a bad idea...
t was just last week that people were asking whether the Los Angeles Lakers were better off without Andrew Bynum.