This failed alley-oop attempt by the Los Angeles Lakers was just about the only thing that went horribly awry in a 59-point half against the Chicago Bulls.
It didn’t take long for Kobe Bryant to undergo surgery for his torn rotator cuff and judging by statements from the team and Kobe’s own Instagram, the surgery appears to have gone well.
The NBA nailed this one. After months of grumblings over debatable sleeved jerseys by players and fans, it is highly unlikely that anyone will be grumbling over some new t-shirts.
Kobe Bryant is expected to miss the rest of the season due to a torn rotator cuff injury that he sustained on Wednesday according to a report by ESPN.
Update: Kobe Bryant had an MRI exam, preliminary results show a tear of the rotator cuff. He will fly back to LA. pic.twitter.com/EOZTuuKjoL — Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) January 22, 2015 Kobe Bryant injured his right shoulder during the Lakers’ loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night. Bryant stayed in the game, but
Nine years ago today, January 22, 2006, Kobe Bryant produced arguably the second greatest individual performance in NBA history.
When the Los Angeles Lakers took on the Cleveland Cavaliers last Thursday, Kobe Bryant handed out a career-high 17 assists. It was an impressive moment for Bryant and it appears that he inspired at least one of his teammates to share the ball more. On Monday night, the Lakers were playing the Phoenix Suns without
The 2014-15 season has been unlike any other in recent memory for the Los Angeles Lakers and that’s not a good thing.
The Los Angeles Lakers are currently one of the worst teams in basketball with a W-L record of 12-27 but that hasn’t put much of a dent in the team’s following.
The Los Angeles Lakers held their All-Access event on Tuesday night and Nick Young, Jeremy Lin and Wayne Ellington took part in a panel which quickly became a comedy event.
The terrible Los Angeles Lakers beat the equally-terrible Indiana Pacers Sunday night, 88-87, in a game that was capped off by whatever the hell this was by Roy Hibbert.
On Sunday, Kobe Bryant achieved a huge career milestone when he passed Michael Jordan on the NBAs all-time scoring list. Unfortunately, the Lakers could only offer him a rather sad plane party afterwards.