It’s strange to say, but the Lakers are in a good place. There’s finally hope for a team fixated on its legacy and repeating that legacy through the same means. The Lakers finally seem to be open to moving on after stockpiling a couple potentially good draft picks in Julius Randle and D’Angelo Russell. There
Kobe Bryant said a while back that his 20th season would be his last in the NBA.
In case it wasn’t abundantly clear that he couldn’t care less about what people think about him, Lakers star and curmudgeon Kobe Bryant took to Twitter on Monday to let all his critics and haters know that he DEFINITELY doesn’t pay attention to them. Because nothing says “I ignore my critics” like posting about your
Few NBA players have fallen from grace like Lamar Odom have.
Before D’Angelo Russell was tearing it up for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The Lakers are rolling out a roster of scrubs and hand-me-down parts.
We know that Kobe Bryant knows that he thinks he’s still among the best NBA players the game has to offer.
In what will most likely be the worst news of the day, Nick Young’s right arm is no longer strictly for buckets.
Matt Barnes is one of those players you hate to play against but love to have on your team. So it’s sort of perfect that the Grizzlies traded for him. He himself said that he epitomizes the “grit and grind” style that Memphis idealizes. But even though Barnes said that the Clippers are his enemy
As hopeless as the Lakers’ playoff chances are next season, Mitch Kupchak really didn’t do all that badly in free agency this offseason.
Do you ever wonder why Kobe Bryant sucks at dealing with people?
It’s no secret that Kobe Bryant isn’t the friendliest Laker around.