Kobe Bryant has torn rotator cuff.

Season likely over for Kobe Bryant with news of torn rotator cuff

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Kobe Bryant defied the odds by completing his comeback from not only returning from 1 devastating injury but two: a torn Achilles that ended his season after 78 games in 2013 and then a fractured left knee that ended his season after just 6 games in 2014. This takes us to 2015 where Bryant played in 35 games before again succumbing to another major injury, this time a torn rotator cuff in his shoulder which will likely end his season.   Continue reading

Goran Dragic scores 24 on the Lakers

Turnovers an issue in Lakers 115-100 loss to Suns

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The Lakers played without Kobe Bryant for the 2nd straight game and 8th time this season, and like in most games that they have gone to play without him they’ve lost. As was the case on Monday where the Lakers lost to the Suns in Phoenix, 115-100, a game in which they turned the ball over a season high 23 times which turned into 27 points for the opposition.  Continue reading

Hil and Young return

Lakers are sloppy in 94-85 loss to the Utah Jazz

There was once talk that the ball moved better for the Lakers when Kobe Bryant wasn’t on the floor. That didn’t happen on Friday where the Lakers’ offense produced just 7 assists on 31 made baskets and committed 19 turnovers in route to a 94-85 loss to the Jazz in Utah.  Continue reading

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Kobe sets career high with 17 assists in Lakers 109-102 loss to Cavs

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Thursday’s night game had a special feel to it, with it being a nationally televised game and possibly being one of the last few times we’ll get to see both all-time greats Kobe Bryant and Lebron James on the same court. Both players put on a show: Bryant set a career high with 17 assists but it was James with his game high 36 points that got the 109-102 win. Continue reading

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