ESPN: Kobe Bryant won't play in the Los Angeles Lakers' game against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, a team source told ESPN The...
Lamar Odom moves out of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, and takes flight to the moon in this awesome commercial from Power Bar...
Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will miss Saturday evening’s game in Portland due to his sprained left ankle, an injury he originally suffered in Philadelphia on Jan. 29 and that he aggravated against Charlotte on Wednesday.
The Lakers and Nuggets won’t know for another few months who’s got the other’s number. For now, though, give Denver the edge.
Join G-Small and D-Bricks as they talk Lakers basketball with Eric Pincus, Senior Writer from Hoopsworld.com. The guys break down the significance of Kobe becoming the all-time leading Lakers scorer, and look ahead toward the All-Star break.
With his superstar hobbling and the Charlotte Bobcats refusing to go away, Phil Jackson never got terribly comfortable while becoming the winningest coach in Los Angeles Lakers history...
Kobe Bryant scored 44 points, passing Jerry West as the Los Angeles Lakers' career scorer, but it wasn't enough as the Memphis Grizzlies got 22 points and 17 rebounds from Zach Randolph to defeat the Lakers 95-93 on Monday night.
The (37-11) Los Angeles Lakers are in Memphis, Tennessee for a back-to-back against the (25-21) Grizzlies.
A.I. vs. Kobe delivered the throwback duel fans paid to see. Just like in the 2001 NBA finals, Bryant's Lakers came out on top.
ngratulations to our very own Laker, Pau Gasol! Snubbed out, Andrew Bynum! Thoughts?
Andrew Bynum played as though he was making a final statement ahead of Thursday's All-Star reserves announcement...
Coach says that is the first thing, along with leadership from Bryant, that the Lakers have to do to succeed.
The Lakers are in the midst of an eight game road trip, and the Voice of the Nation lands another interview with Lakers sideline reporter, MICHAEL EAVES, from Fox Sports Net, As he discusses the Lakers meeting President Obama, injuries, and how the rest of the Lakers need to step up and come to play every night.
How tough are these Lakers?