You can call Kobe Bryant anything you want, but you can drop all this selfish stuff about him being more important than the team. And you can even take it a step further as he proves he is far more willing to stick himself out there for his teammates than Shaquille O'Neal ever was.
14 other teams will challenge the Lakers over the course of the 82-game regular season schedule - and the three rounds of the conference playoffs. Of the 14, five stand out as serious threats...
Walton had surgery July 18 to remove bone spurs and scar tissue, as well as clean up cartilage debris from his right ankle, which had bothered him toward the end of last season. He should be ready for training camp on Sept. 30.
Los Angeles-bound guard Sun Yue has said he does not want to be known as "China's Magic Johnson" as he seeks a spot on the Lakers' roster, but is happy to be known as the "Monkey King."
After seeking numerous opinions from hand specialists, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has decided to forgo surgery on his right pinkie.
NBADraft.net go through the Lakers salary cap for the 2008-09 season.
Andrew coaxes David out of his hole after his Chargers lose their opening game to talk about Andrew Bynum's KLAC appearance, connect with the people on their first call-in segment and discuss the ones that got away.
Mamba will be making several appearances this week and it starts tonight when he presents MTV's Video Music Awards...
Andrew Bynum was just interviewed moments ago on the Loose Canons, and we have the exclusive interview here for you...
When he faces the most controversial decision of his career over the next few years, Kobe Bryant could find advice and inspiration from Soccer superstar David Beckham.
It turns out that there was a justifiable reason why Odom’s numbers dipped in the Playoffs. By the time the Western Conference finals rolled around, he was suffering badly from tendinitis in both of his knees.
Andrew Bynum blogs about the training he goes through in Atlanta to get ready for the upcoming season discusses a bit of USA Basketball and talks about what he does when he isn't playing for the Lakers.
When DJ Mbenga's agent said that if things went well, Mbenga would be signed by either the Lakers or the Heat, he initiated a bit of speculation about what exactly his comments meant.