Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Postgame

Postgame

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Andrew Bynum sat on the bench, his face resting on his folded hands. He looked on as his teammates finished the game on the...

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With 9.6 seconds left in the game, and his team behind by three points, Kobe Bryant received the ball, weaved his way behind the...

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“He’s a strong kid and he’s got a big heart,” Pau Gasol said of Andrew Bynum. “I trust his will to fight through this.” And...

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…and the hits just keep on coming, don’t they? If the coaching staff and team have some master plan behind this FOURTH 3+ game...

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Before the game, a Lakers commercial on KCAL-9 said, "Our belief is unwavering. Our spirit - unbreakable (pun intended?). Our mission - to win...

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Alright, who flipped the switch back to off? Someone tell that guy that the season’s not done yet. There is nothing like a 0-3 losing...

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With six seconds left in the game, and the Jazz up by just one point, Kobe Bryant had the ball…and it slipped from his...

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Tinsel Town? More like Turnover Town. After a 9-game winning streak, which included a triple overtime victory against Phoenix and a come-from-behind win against...

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Nine wins in a row – finally! After two 8-game winning streaks, the Lakers finally broke free and snatched that ninth one from a...

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Everyone was battling for something. The Lakers were fighting to maintain their #2 seed in the West while the Mavericks were fighting to take...

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…or, well, night. With the Hornets’ David West out, along with his 18.9 ppg, 7.60 rpg and 2.3 apg, New Orleans needed to dig...

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They may play in the same arena, and they may have an exciting new young star who can dunk up a storm, but when...

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Well thank goodness Andrew Bynum comes back on Friday. Maybe with him will return the Lakers' defense. Tonight was an exciting offensive show for the...

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Kobe Bryant dribbled baseline and faded away for a jumper over Portland’s Brandon Roy to give the Lakers a five-point lead with just over...

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