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Los Angeles Lakers 2017-18 Season Preview

There hasn’t been a rookie since LeBron James to bring as much hype as that of Lonzo Ball. Playing for the UCLA Bruins, Ball showed the whole just how lethal his court vision is. While he isn’t the best shooter (and he has a weird shooting release,) his ability to get the best out of his teammates with his passing... Read More
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Celtics hit jackpot in NBA Draft Lottery

If you are a fan of the Boston Celtics, Christmas came early for you this week. Boston won the NBA Draft Lottery and will have the first overall pick in this year’s draft. The Celtics won the lottery the night after defeating the Washington Wizards in Game 7 to reach the Eastern Conference Finals. Talk about luck of the Irish.... Read More
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10 things we learned about the Western Conference this regular season

This regular season has been riddled with a linty of storylines that have driven this years NBA regular season. Here are 10 things we learned about the Western Conference this regular season 10. The NBA is hard! Many people (including myself) felt that the Timberwolves would make a turnaround this season. They had one of the top centers in young... Read More
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Good News, Bad News: An update on the post-Kobe Lakers

We are halfway through November, which means the NBA season is still in embryonic development. The same could be said for the new-look Los Angeles Lakers after ditching the old guys (most importantly, coach Byron Scott and future Hall of Fame guard Kobe Bryant). Moving on into the future with a cast of youngsters, led by 36-year-old head coach Luke... Read More
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Los Angeles Lakers Season Previews

It is going to be a little weird watching the Lakers this season without “The Black Mamba.” The Lakers have struggled the past few years, to say the least. From bad coaching to bad players, the Lakers could not get out of their own way. And it never helps when you have untrustworthy decision maker in the front office. However,... Read More
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Decisions, decisions: Golden State Warriors vs. Kobe’s Finale

In a few hours, sports fans will have a huge decision to make. In two different arenas, history will be made. In Oracle Arena, one chapter could be added to a tome capturing the Golden State Warriors’ march through history on their way to becoming the greatest team of all time. Just a few hundred miles away in the Staples Center... Read More
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When it rains, it pours in Southern California

“It doesn’t rain in Southern California”, well at least that’s how the song goes. Unless of course, you’re talking about the Los Angeles Lakers. This season, which happens to be Kobe Bryant’s last, has been one giant mess. The team with such a rich history and prestige is not contending for an NBA Championship, but instead a top-three pick in... Read More
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The Pros and Cons of the Los Angeles Lakers Trading for DeMarcus Cousins

The Los Angeles Lakers are one of the most prestigious teams, not just in basketball, but all sports. The Lakers are a team that is used to contending and competing for championships. Lately, that has not been the case in LA, something the fans aren’t used to. One player in particular isn’t pleased with how the Lakers haven’t fared the... Read More
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This Day in Sports History

June 8 has been a day in sports history with some pretty significant things going on. There were four number one overall picks from the MLB, three Women’s French Open championships were decided, two NBA champions were crowned, a College World Series was crowned, an NHL legend played his final game, and the Dodgers made room to bring up a... Read More
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“Swaggy P” is Good for Lakers, NBA

Nick Young is not your typical ballplayer. His style and personality are about as atypical as it gets in the Association. This unconventionality makes sense for the Los Angeles Lakers, the most unconventional NBA franchise. Kobe Bryant seems to respect Young more than the other 13 players on the dysfunctional 8-17 team, while Byron Scott has taken a liking to... Read More
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