Everybody good on the Lakers injury update or do I need to go over it again? Ahh, hell, here we go...
... (cont) the starter's minutes will be scaled back for Wednesday's game vs. the Lakers. Stotts said pregame he was still finalizing plan.
Henry gets Flea and Phil Jackson in his mentions. I get L-Dawg and the kid who guarantees the Lakers will play championship basketball.
Asked about Sunday and the second half meltdown against the Lakers, Snyder said that the remedy for that lineup is getting older
As Jerry West told me, the Lakers are a franchise to print money. Right now Jim Buss is just printing 20s. Imagine if he had a team.
I predict both Kobe and ESPN will survive this urine-filled water gun fight. But the Lakers? I'm not so sure.
Lakers dueling factions make for strange stuff. The Kobe attack smacks of that. Folks are trying to duck responsibility for the coming storm
Wow. ESPN's got a full court press to trash Kobe+his contract. Depicts Jim Buss and his Lakers as victims of Kobe's ruthlessness. Great PR
Hasn't mattered in recent games - but Steve Nash still listed as the Lakers' probable starter for Suns on Tuesday
One more point - Lakers also lost a true visionary in Dr. Buss - turn of the Lakers has to be linked to that on some level
I do know that Dwight Howard bristled at the Lakers coming out early saying D'Antoni would be back - taking a hard stance there
Also - worth noting the new collective bargaining agreement changed how the Lakers can operate - some difficulty adapting
How about the Lakers just suspend operations like Chivas USA until they're actually good again so we can talk about something else
I'm not pointing the finger at Stern - I'm just saying - can that be omitted as part of the story of the Lakers turn for the worse?
David Stern derailed the Lakers makes a lot more sense in how the CP3 veto came about - can that be left out of argument of what happened?
Last I had heard from Sessions is that when he opted out, he was surprised the Lakers didn't call him
How could Paul George have gone to the Lakers even if he wanted to, without signing the qualifying offer? What am I missing?
Well-connected analytics guru told me Lakers are only NBA team acting like they don't know his company exists. Time to move out of 1985.
The Lakers have now announced - what I previously reported - Appling and Tyler waived