As the the Los Angeles Lakers’ season continues to plummet towards the bottom of the NBA standings, the same landing spot of the last three seasons, those “big” free agent signings from this past off-season are starting to look worse which is saying something since most thought they were pretty awful at the time those signings were announced, including this guy.
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The Los Angeles Lakers announced the hiring of Luke Walton as their next head coach on Friday. The decision came swiftly and without any other known candidate interviews taking place.
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Kobe Bryant’s illustrious 20 year career sadly comes to an end today at Staples Center. As a tribute to Bryant and everything he has done for the Lakers, the city of Los Angeles and the game of basketball we’ve compiled some of our favorite moments of his career: Continue reading Raining3s.Com Top 20 Moments of Kobe Bryant’s Career
Byron Scott ’s tenure as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers started out positively enough, what with that nice press conference announcing his hiring, accompanied by some of his teammates from the great 80s championship teams. Continue reading Lakers Youth is Developing Well; Looks like the Masses Owe Byron Scott a Big Fat Apology
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As the Los Angeles Lakers’ season makes it last few proverbial circles down the drain they find themselves focused on trying to find out what they have with their young core of talent that hopefully will one day lead this franchise back to the top of the standings. Continue reading Can a Clarkson-Russell Duo work or will the Lakers have to Choose One?
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Opinions about both Kobe Bryant and D’Angelo Russell are slowly starting to shift in the opposite direction of where they were just 3 weeks ago. Continue reading Bryant and Russell Slowly Becoming Lakers’ One-Two Punch