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A big show – that’s what All-Star Weekend usually is. Yes, there is a game to be played, yes, a collection of the league’s best players are in the same arena to go head-to-head, and yes, it’s a three-day event that entertains. It also signals a break in the NBA schedule – a short hiatus, if you will. But in this abbreviated regular season, mired by the effects of a long lockout, this All-Star Weekend provided something more than entertainment. It provided some hope for the NBA’s millions of fans.

According to CSN New England, Rasheed Wallace plans to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers: CSNNE.com has learned that the former Boston Celtic forward plans...

Just when you thought the rumors were going to die down, after a steller Lakers performance, the absolute opposite happens. According to reports from ESPN's...

As we move closer to the March 15th NBA trade deadline, expect more and more of these stories to surface. According to Chris Tommason from Fox Sports the Minnesota Timberwolves have expressed interest in trading for Lakers F Pau Gasol.

To say that Lakers forward, Metta World Peace, has struggled this season would be a gross understatement. He is currently averaging career lows in...

The Big Fella is about to get some big recognition. On the heels of Shaquille O'Neal's retirement last season, the Lakers had announced that the team would in...

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According to Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowski, the Lakers have contacted the Cleveland Cavaliers about acquiring 4-year point guard, Ramon Sessions.

Laker Nation columnist Jason Riley examines the current state of the Lakers by taking a look into the past.

  One of the more anticipated matchups of the young NBA season may have suffered a crushing blow. According to Tim Reynolds of the Associated...

In the last four games, Kobe Bryant is playing at a level comparable to the 2005-06 season when he averaged 35.4 points per game,...

It goes by quickly, those five minutes of overtime. After 48 minutes of back and forth, the Jazz and the Lakers needed just a...

The (1-2) Los Angeles Lakers host the (1-1) New York Knicks in search of their first winning streak. L.A. got a much-needed & emphatic win against the Jazz on Wednesday night, although naysayers and critics of the purple and gold still are not convinced that this version of the Lakers can win consistently.

With 4:12 left in the 2nd quarter Kobe Bryant passed the ball to Metta World Peace (Ron Artest) who spotted up on the left...

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