Ron Artest Suspended One Game For Flagrant Foul

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest was suspended one game without pay today for a foul committed against Dallas Mavericks guard J.J. Barea late in Game 2 last night. With 24.4 second left in the Mavericks 93-81 win last night, Artest essentially clotheslined Barea as the pint-sized guard handled the ...

Return of the Dick

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

We have documented before on this website the pox that one Dick Stockton seems to have brought upon Chicago athletics any time he calls a game. Or at least any time he calls a Cubs game, as he did for both of their wildly unsuccessful postseason trips in 2007 and ...

Carlos Boozer Will Try To Play For Chicago Bulls Tonight

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer is currently saddled with turf toe and sat out practice on Friday and Saturday. Despite the extremely painful injury, Boozer will apparently try to play in the opening game of Chicago's second round series against the Atlanta Hawks tonight. Boozer participated in part of Chicago's practice ...

Los Angeles Lakers Need More From Pau Gasol In Game Two

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

On Sunday afternoon the Los Angeles Lakers dropped the opener of their first round series against the New Orleans Hornets 109-100. The fact that the Lakers were at home and played like absolute crap should be comforting to no one. But the solution for the Lakers is fairly simple: Get ...

Ron Artest’s Time Has Come

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

While we can all enjoy a good laugh over Ron Artest's awful shot selection, his goofy antics and impeccable interview etiquette but now is the time things will get very serious for Ron Ron. The Los Angeles Lakers pursued Artest for the better part of three seasons. They explored trades ...

Really NBA? This Is Necessary?

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Question: What's the only thing stupider than casting Jake Gyllenhall as a Persian warrior? Answer: Trying to tie it into the NBA Playoffs! For the past couple of years, it seems like blockbuster movies have been trying to tie themselves in to sporting events by running stupid promos that act as previews ...

Kobe Bryant Is Spectacular In Game One Win For Lakers

Monday, May 17th, 2010

After all the questions about Kobe Bryant's health entering Monday night's Western Conference Finals opener against the Phoenix Suns, it seemed like the Los Angeles Lakers might be doomed. Um, nope. The Lakers crushed the Suns 128-107 thanks to a huge night offensively for No. 24. Bryant had his knee drained and ...

A Note To Kevin Durant Regarding Phil Jackson

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

On Wednesday Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson told reporters that Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant receives preferential treatment from referees. Jackson said, "Yeah by the calls he gets, he really gets to the line a lot, I'll tell ya." Durant, being the young, budding superstar that he is, totally ...