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By Tim Peterson The narrative was that Kobe Bryant had a bad game in Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals against Boston, that the Lakers won in spite of him. Take another look. Despite a less than stellar shooting night, he led the team in scoring with 23 points, and pulled down 15 rebounds.
(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”) Late Edition
By Tim Peterson I said it on draft day and I’ll say it again. The Lakers missed it when they passed on Jahlil Okafor. They drafted D’Angelo Russell not only because they liked his game but also with the thought that something else was coming – namely a big man.
A nine win season, a Holiday Bowl victory, and wins over Notre Dame and Nebraska to finish it off make it a successful campaign for first year head coach Steve Sarkisian and the USC Trojans.
The vibe I’m getting about the Carmelo Anthony to Lakers deal is not good. I’m hearing that he doesn’t play defense, shoots too much and isn’t the ideal teammate. That’s probably all true, but I say bring him on.
And the Clippers thought it was hard to get free agents to sign before. They may never get another one after Donald Sterling’s latest comments. In fact they might have trouble signing draft picks. If nothing else this proves without a doubt that they are cursed. In the midst of potentially their greatest season ever, […]
It’s tough being a sports fan in Southern California these days. The Lakers and the Clippers finished off disappointing seasons by being bounced in the first round. Both Mike D’Antoni and Vinny Del Negro are in danger of losing their jobs.
I’m not sure why there is such an uproar about Marshall coming to the Mission Valley League. If I’m a card carrying member of the MVL I’m thrilled about the new entry.
It’s been a tough week for Southern California sports fans. The Lakers lose Kobe Bryant for six to nine months with a torn Achilles tendon, the Dodgers lose Zach Greinke for two or three months with a broken collarbone while also losing two out of three at Arizona and the Angels have started off […]
For all of you Laker fans fans that are disappointed in Dwight Howard, just think, Andrew Bynum could still be at center. Or actually he wouldn’t be at center since he hasn’t played a game all year.