Category Archives: Lakers Editorials

The Petitions to Fire Mike D’Antoni are Booming

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The flames that represent the Lakers’ fan base burning desire to have Mike D’Antoni fired as head coach were set long ago. Following last night’s embarrassing and record breaking 48 point defeat to the Los Angeles Clippers, those flames have been fanned into a raging inferno that is sweeping quickly through Los Angeles. Continue reading

Score One for the Everyday Fan; Lakers’ Game VIP Experience is Now Affordable

Seat view from Premier section 10, Row 8 (Photo: Raining3s.com)

Seat view from Premier section 10, Row 8 (Photo: Raining3s.com)

The perception is that the cost of attending a Lakers game ¬†requires the average fan to go to absurd lengths to acquire the necessary disposable income to pay for tickets, such as acquiring a 2nd mortgage on their home or renting out their womb. This perception has been a reality for some time with the Lakers experiencing great success over the years and showcasing attractive superstar talents¬†like, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’ Neal, Kobe Bryant and even last year with the 1 year rental of Dwight Howard. Los Angeles loves winners and Stars and the Lakers have provided an abundance of both; therefore, fans flocked and prices soared beyond the everyday fan’s budget.
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Happy 40th Nash! Joins Kidd, Stockton and Cousy in the 40 Year Old Guards Club

Photo: @mcten on Twitter

Photo: @mcten on Twitter

Los Angeles Lakers point guard, Steve Nash, turned 40 years old today. When he steps on the court today to face the Philadelphia 76ers he will be 1 of only 7 guards to have ever played at the age of 40 years old in an NBA game. The others were Jason Kidd, Michael Jordan, John Long, John Stockton, Bob Cousy and Nat Hickey.

When Nash is healthy enough to play, he has shown to still be incredibly effective on the court, despite his well-aged legs. Last year in 50 games, Nash averaged Continue reading

Former Laker Shawne Williams Acquired by LA D-Fenders. Lakers Honor Dr. Jerry Buss

(Photo: http://www.nba.com/dleague/losangeles/140127_williams.html)

(Photo: http://www.nba.com/dleague/losangeles/140127_williams.html)

Sharp shooting big man Shawne Williams was waived by the Los Angeles Lakers on January 7th, 2014 and has surprisingly gone unsigned by another NBA ball club.

Williams averaged 5.2 points and 4.5 rebounds in 20.2 minutes per game with the Lakers. Williams struggled with consistency and efficiency from the field in his 32 games with the Lakers. His trademark shot from distant did not fall with regularity, only shooting a meager Continue reading