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Steve Nash To Lakers, Is LA A Contender Again?

When the Los Angeles Lakers season ended after getting pummeled by the Thunder in the playoffs, many NBA pundits thought the Lakers title window had slammed shut. Reports of either Pau Gasol or Andrew Bynum being traded have littered the headlines. Then the Lakers landed Steve Nash, and suddenly...

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5 NBA Champions Who Crushed the Competition on Their Way to the Title

 
2001 LAKERS

Arguably the most dominant team ever to compete in the NBA playoffs, the 2001 Lakers knocked out the 76ers in five games in the Finals. Tha...

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Thunder Roll Over Lakers, Advance To Conference Finals

Despite 42 points from Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers' season ended Monday night in Oklahoma City. The hometeam Thunder got 70 points from their big three of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden, garnering a raucous ovation from the OKC fans after their 106-90 series sealing victory. Durant finished...

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Thunderous Comeback Propels OKC Over Lakers

The Oklahoma City Thunder seemed "dead in the water" in Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals versus the Los Angeles Lakers. Facing a 7 point deficit with less than 2:00 in regulation, the Lakers turned the ball over and the Thunder ended the game with a 9-0 run to steal the win from L.A. 77-75. Thunder forward Kevin Durant said...

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Someone Actually Bought Kobe Bryant’s Sweaty Facial Mask For $67,000

During the NBA All Star game in February, Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat shattered Kobe Bryant’s nose with a hard foul. As a result, the Los Angeles Lakers’ star was forced to wear a clear plastic protective mask over his face for the next 11 games.

Thankfully done with the protective device, Bryant decided to auction it off to raise money for Los Angeles area homeless charities. But “Black Mamba” did a curious thing before the auction began– he undercut the item’s value by joking that we were going to “see if anybody’s dumb enough to buy that sweaty mask.”

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Lakers Slip Past Hornets 93-91

With loud chants of "Beat L.A.!" pouring out from the soldout crowd at the New Orleans Arena, the Hornets couldn't hold on to their 4th quarter lead. In the end, the Lakers slipped out of New Orleans with a 93-91 win. Key players were out for both teams, including...

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Blake Griffin Dunks On Pau Gasol Twice – VIDEO

Nobody likes to be posterized once, much less twice in a single game, but that's exactly what happened to Pau Gasol of the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night.

The Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin slammed home two thunderous dunks against Gasol and the Lakers, in a 113-108 setback.

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105-Year-Old Allene Wynn Celebrates Her Birthday By Meeting Kobe Bryant [VIDEO]

At 105 years old, Allene Wynn is most likely the Los Angeles Lakers’ oldest fan. And to celebrate that recent eye-popping birthday, she met Kobe Bryant and the rest of the team.

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Lakers Squeak By Hornets 88-85

For the second straight game, the New Orleans Hornets had only 8 healthy players in uniform. It was almost enough Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles, but the Lakers managed to sqeak by the scrappy Hornets 88-85. Kobe Bryant shot a paltry 3-21 from the field, missing his first 15 shots. Jason Smith and Jarrett Jack both had double-doubles in defeat.

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Lakers Get By Hornets In Overtime

The Los Angeles Lakers slipped by the New Orleans Hornets in overtime Wednesday night by the score of 107-101. Hornets point guard Jarrett Jack scored 30 points in a losing effort. Kobe Bryant led all scorers with 33.

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