Bill Sharman, an All-Star guard for the Boston Celtics in the 1950s who became coach of the Lakers and led the team to its first NBA championship in Los Angeles in record-setting fashion, died Friday. He was 87. Sharman,
The lingering health issues of two-time MVP Steve Nash is going to be a problem for the Lakers, as according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN Los Angeles:
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Lakers were mostly diplomatic when asked about the Los Angeles Clippers’ new initiative, led by coach Doc Rivers, to cover up the Lakers’ championship banners and retired uniforms during Clippers home games, but
Dwight Howard again comes off looking bad, but he isn't the only one who made a poor decision.
We have two weeks before the regular season kicks off for the 2013-14 NBA season, which means we have two more weeks of discussing whether or not Kobe Bryant will be able to play for the Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant returned to the team Tuesday after traveling to Germany.
Plenty of people, myself included, don’t like how buddy-buddy NBA players now are with their opponents. I don’t have a good solution, because the inter-team friendships are an organic result of several factors including: 1. Elite players knowing each
Five days into the Los Angeles Lakers' training camp, Kobe Bryant took the court for the first time Wednesday.
Good Samaritan Steve Nash and badass Kobe Bryant are actually a lot alike. They view themselves as underdogs who, bottom line, have worked their tails off to achieve greatness through nontraditional career paths. So when those legends get lined
Fresh off a transcontinental flight from Dubai that landed in Los Angeles just hours before the Los Angeles Lakers’ media day, Kobe Bryant was still a long way away from proclaiming when he will be fully recovered from his