I like Rondo to the Lakers as a two-year bridge to Russell Westbrook in 2017. Rondo and Kobe would be the best reality show in Hollywood.
Jeremy Lin was Lakers' nominee for NBA Sportsmanship Award; NBA chose him as Pacific Division winner. Kyle Korver won award via player vote.
Crittenton was in package to Grizzlies for Pau trade. I remember Crittenton still came back to Staples to watch a 2008 Lakers playoff game.
If you're looking for D'Angelo Russell in a Lakers uniform, here you go. http://t.co/Ry77mGALb8
Best all-time playoff winning %: Lakers .597, Celtics .573, Heat .566, Spurs .562. (By not making it, Lakers are at least preserving that.)
Javaris Crittenton, ex-jugador de Lakers, Grizzlies y Wizards, ha sido condenado a 23 años de cárcel por el asesinato de una mujer.
The Lakers got some award recognition. Sort of. Lin was 6th in voting for NBA's sportsmanship award. Korver won it. Pau Gasol was 3rd, btw.
RDO pls sign with the @lakers
Lakers get Jack as their celebrity fan. Clippers get David Hasselhoff. Sounds about right.
13 of last 20 (full season) conference finals were top 5 defensive teams. In one year East had all top 5 and Lakers were 6th and won it.
So this is how Lakers fans feel every game?
Deron Williams' playoff career high for points is 35 (2009 vs. Lakers). He has 33 now with under a minute to go. Nets up 104-102.
Matt Barnes on Staples Center crowd for Games 1-2: "It’s been the best I’ve been around, even being with the Lakers or the Clippers."
Kevin Love's injury has major big-picture ramifications. His potential free agency remains at the forefront of the Lakers' thoughts.
Obviously, we need to know the draft order and that won’t be determined until May 19, but if the Lakers end up at 4 or 5, I’d go Winslow.
Things I've learned today: There is a very insecure and touchy segment of the Cavaliers fan base. So, they have that in common with Lakers.
The Rondo/Carlisle falling out happens --> the Mavs come back from down 3-0 and win the title --> the Lakers sign Rondo
A loud "Beat L.A.!" chant in San Antonio. As someone who covered some great Lakers-Spurs series. Odd hearing that for the Clippers now.
"Beat L.A.!" chants ringing out inside AT&T Center. Feels weird hearing that for Clippers, not Lakers.
Celtics have won as many playoff games as the Lakers this season.
With a potential five-year contract extension, Pelicans are preparing Anthony Davis for his prime years in Los Angeles with the Lakers. Ha.