Archive for the ‘Los Angeles Lakers’ Category

Grizzlies Trade Gasol for Kwame Brown

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Let's see, we're a franchise that can barely draw any fans. I think that the best thing we could do to improve our standing is trading our one guy people come to see for... wait for it... Kwame Brown! Oh, and also a couple of first round picks from the ...

Buster Olney Is Insane

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

I have stated time and again that I love the offseason in baseball. I love all the crazy rumors, I love laughing at the bonehead deals GMs offer in an attempt to save their hides and I love the wild fan speculation as to what their team is actually going ...

Wait, The Lakers Are 2-1?

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

I've actually watched several games at the start of this NBA season. This is surprising because typically I'd rather shave my head with a riding mower than tune in to the NBA's regular season. But with all the drama surrounding my Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe, I figured I'd give ...

Who Will Save The Lakers?

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

The blowback from the unofficial, yet obviously done, Kevin Garnett deal is going to reach all the way across the country to Los Angeles. The Lakers, the jilted lover in this situation, have yet to do anything to make Kobe Bryant happy. Remember all of Kobe's bluster and idiocy about ...

Kobe Is Sorry

Friday, July 6th, 2007

Kobe Bryant just couldn't go another minute without getting headlines. So, yesterday at his basketball camp (at Loyola Marymount) he told the audience at a press conference that he had met with Lakers General Manager Mitch Kupchak in person and apologized for his remarks and public request for a trade."As ...

Kobe Is Not Going Anywhere

Monday, June 18th, 2007

OK, so now we're on the third version of Kobe Bryant's frustration with the Lakers front office. Arguably the best player of his generation has gone from demanding a trade, to wanting to be a Laker for life, to wanting to be traded again. This past weekend Bryant met with ...

Can I Demand A Trade Too?

Friday, June 1st, 2007

As a Laker fan, these last few days have been interesting to say the least. Kobe demanding a trade, then then rescinding said demand pointed out what everyone already knew: the Laker front-office is as backasswards as any in professional sports. Seriously, Kupchak and company haven't taken a sure step ...