Bryant Dominates Suns With Vision In Game Two

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

After owning game one of the Western Conference Finals with a 40-point effort, Kobe Bryant took over in a different way Wednesday night during the Lakers' 124-112 win over the Phoenix Suns. With the Suns sagging off of Ron Artest to help on Bryant, the Lakers' superstar found wide open passing ...

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 ...

Lakers Unlikely To Deal Before Deadline

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

The Los Angeles Lakers currently have the highest payroll in the NBA and there has been much chatter recently surrounding a possible deal for the Bulls' Kirk Hinrich. Reportedly, the proposed deal would have sent Hinrich to the Lakers, with Sasha Vujacic and Adam Morrison (and his expiring $5.2 million ...

Gasol To Sign Extension. Kobe Next?

Friday, December 18th, 2009

We've been hearing whispers that Pau Gasol was ready to extend his current contract with the Los Angeles Lakers for a while now, but now there appears to be some confirmation of that move. HOOPSWORLD is reporting that Gasol is nearing a deal on a three-year extension that would keep him ...

Julianne Hough Picture Brings the Links

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Julianne Hough is very patriotic. I salute that in more ways than one. The Sacramento Kings have two players on the what now? - Fansided That's right, the guy who couldn't beat out Matt Flynn is now a Buffalo Bill - Strait Pinkie Wait, the Jayson Williams trial thing was still going on? ...

The Best Players Currently Wearing Each Number From 0 to 99

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Often times as a blogger you get ideas. Really big ideas that sound like they'd turn into awesome posts. The downside? Then you have to actually do the post. I've been sitting on this idea for a bit but executing it turned out to be quite an ordeal. What follows is ...