Saturday, September 20, 2014
Postgame

Postgame

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That injured shin has prevented Kobe Bryant from putting on his uniform and playing, but it hasn’t stopped him from getting on his feet...

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They had once led by nine points, and then they fell behind by nine points. Such is life for the Los Angeles Lakers. After...

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Kobe Bryant looked sharp on the bench…in his suit and tie that is. Having to sit out this game due to his bruised left...

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In the Eastern Conference, the best center in the league is (unsuccessfully) trying to avoid looking like the bad guy. In the Western Conference,...

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"We got the W,” Pau Gasol said. “He can have the highlight." “He” refers to Blake Griffin, and as far as highlights go, he creates...

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If you’re the opposing team, and there are 2.3 seconds left on the shot clock and just over 10 seconds left in the game,...

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Lakers won 120-112, which means the absence of two things – defense and tacos for the Staples Center attendees. Based on how lackluster the...

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Trevor Ariza smiled then shook his head from the New Orleans bench. Despite being shorthanded, his team had overcome two Laker double-digit leads and...

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The game clock ran down as the Oklahoma City Thunder put the finishing touches on their Staples Center victory. A friend of mine texted...

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The Laker lead was 45-29. Alas, it was too early in the game for it to be of any significance to the team. The...

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No energy, no effort, not even the slightest smidge of common sense. When a team is missing all this, they absolutely don’t deserve to...

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After sharing pleasantries and “good game” sentiments with the Portland Trailblazers, Kobe Bryant walked along the side line and came upon teammate Matt Barnes,...

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A concerted effort from tip-off to the final buzzer – well waddya know? After losing two games in a row, both in which they...

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New game plan, Mike Brown – fall instantly behind by 15-20 points in the first half, and then surge from behind in the second...

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