1. Mike D'Antoni Will Make or Break the Los Angeles Lakers' Season

    Believe it or not, it has now been 27 games since the firing of Mike Brown took place back in November. Since then, the Los Angeles Lakers have managed to pull together a 14-13 ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 1 year ago 2,011 reads 4 comments

  2. Antawn Jamison Will Be the Key to a Successful Los Angeles Lakers Season

    Superman has finally landed in Hollywood, and it is once again a time for Laker fans to rejoice. But in order for Clark Kent ( Dwight Howard ) to embrace his new city, he needs help from his fellow teammates...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about almost 2 years ago 2,788 reads 4 comments

  3. Los Angeles Lakers: Jordan Hill Fills Another Important Void to Contend

    Mitch Kupchak and the Lakers have done it again. The Lakers are now back in contention for next year's title and though their age may be startling to some, experience and talent will be a non-issue...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about almost 2 years ago 1,948 reads 9 comments

  4. Jeremy Lin: Leaving the New York Knicks Is the Smart Move

    Linsanity and the Big Apple might as well be one. After Jeremy Lin rose to stardom this last season with the New York Knicks , box offices and fans were never so excited over one player on the floor...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about almost 2 years ago 6,980 reads 32 comments

  5. Los Angeles Lakers: Steve Nash May Be the Answer

    Never in a million years did Lakers fans see this coming. Who would have thought that one day an arch-rival from none other than the Phoenix Suns in Steve Nash would be headed ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 935 reads 2 comments

  6. Is Dwight Howard or LeBron James the Bigger Villain in the NBA?

    After winning his first NBA title, LeBron James may have improved his image. Perhaps LBJ is no longer the most hated player in the league...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 776 reads 2 comments

  7. NBA Playoffs 2012: Why the Lakers Need to Rebuild in Order to Succeed

    It was an almost surreal experience to see the Lakers blow yet another late-game lead, as they head to Oklahoma City now, down 3-1 with a 103-100 loss to the Thunder...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 2,049 reads 17 comments

  8. NBA Playoffs 2012: A Rant About the Pride-Less LA Lakers

    I've always wanted to go to Coachella, and in a way, I got my wish Thursday night... With never-ending comparisons to the great MJ , the media could not keep themselves from making ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 2,688 reads 89 comments

  9. NBA Playoffs 2012: Do the Knicks Have an Obligation to Play Lin?

    The topic of Jeremy Lin 's potential return has now been looming around for the last couple of weeks and it really does pose an interesting question: Should the Knicks play Jeremy ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 622 reads 0 comments

  10. NBA Playoffs 2012: A Couple of 3-Pointers Push the Lakers Past the Nuggets

    It was Steve Blake's first TNT post-game interview of the year and let's just say it was well timed and well deserved...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 805 reads 1 comments

  11. NBA Playoffs 2012: Lakers Big Men Tower over Nuggets as They Pursue NBA Title

    For the first time this year, the Los Angeles Lakers are in discussion for an NBA title. Andrew Bynum and Pau Gasol have proved they are the best post duo in the league and it ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 4,059 reads 35 comments

  12. The Lakers Get the Win, but Does Metta World Peace Deserve the Chance to Play?

    Sunday night vs. the Thunder, Metta World Peace relapsed and transformed himself back into the Ron Artest fans hated so very much...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 61,669 reads 577 comments

  13. Los Angeles Lakers: Metta World Peace Is the Key to Another Championship

    The world is coming to an end. It looks like the Mayans have outwitted the future and Hell has frozen over. Metta World Peace is playing outstanding basketball and it doesn't look like it's going to end anytime soon...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about 2 years ago 2,542 reads 10 comments

  14. Lamar Odom: From Hollywood to Dallas Wastelands

    It is a sad moment for every sports fan to see. Lamar Odom of the Dallas Mavericks who was once the NBA 's Sixth Man of the Year is now done for the season after Mavericks ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 372 reads 1 comments

  15. Oklahoma City Thunder Are a Couple Lightning Bolts Short of a Championship

    It's that time of year again. The flowers are blooming, Charles Barkley is throwing out his two cents worth of playoffs predictions, goosebumps creating playoff commercials are beginning ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 928 reads 30 comments

  16. Rajon Rondo: The Epitome of a True Point Guard

    He's done it again. Once again, Rajon Rondo has torn apart team defenses as if he was playing against a chair and has done it with unmatched fashion. Rondo has proven why he's in a class of his own when discussing team leaders and true point guards...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 9,977 reads 84 comments

  17. Derek Fisher: A Tribute to a Los Angeles Lakers Fan Favorite

    It's hard to come to grips with the reality that Derek Fisher is no longer a Los Angeles Laker. In a last-minute deal involving the Lakers and Houston Rockets , Fisher was dealt ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 964 reads 2 comments

  18. Los Angeles Lakers: Why Now Is the Time to Trade Kobe Bryant

    What has happened to the Lakers organization in the span of a year? Just last year, with the Lakers looking formidable with one of the better teams in the West and with Coach ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 1,128 reads 6 comments

  19. Kevin Durant Shows There's Still Some Life in NBA All-Star Game

    Forget about LeBron James and the East taking the NBA All-Star Game seriously for only the last quarter of the game, the real show of the night was Kevin Durant ...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 424 reads 0 comments

  20. NBA All-Star Game Shows That LeBron Will Never Be Clutch

    All-Star Weekend 2012 is now in the wraps and so are LeBron's chances at being clutch down the final moments of a game...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 1,163 reads 17 comments

  21. NBA All-Star Game 2012: Will This Be the Year to Revive the All-Star Game?

    Every year it seems like the quality of the All-Star game gets worse and worse. Players aren't as exciting as they used to be during the game and there just isn't any sense of competition at any point of the game, usually resulting in a dull game...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 405 reads 0 comments

  22. NBA 3-Point Competition: Predicting the Winner and Shooting Down the Losers

    It's NBA All-Star Weekend here, and it couldn't have come at a better time. Players are tired, fans are overwhelmed, and everyone needs a break at some point...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 374 reads 0 comments

  23. Jeremy Lin: He's No Tim Tebow, but He Sure Is a Story

    You've probably heard of the guy by now, but there's a guy named Jeremy Lin , aka "Linsanity," "Shaolin," "Linpossible," I mean you name it...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 1,374 reads 0 comments

  24. Los Angeles Lakers: Why the Lakers Need J.R. Smith More Than Dwight Howard

    It has been a disappointing season for the Lakers to say the least. After losing Lamar Odom for what hasn't looked liked anything thus far, the Lakers biggest problem has come from their lack of bench production...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 1,761 reads 4 comments

  25. Los Angeles Lakers: Don't Be Fooled, the Lakers Are Still Capable

    LeBron James and the Miami Heat are once again victorious against what looks to be a confused Los Angeles Laker team. Though the box score showed a mere 11-point margin, the mental gap was much worse...

    Hayden Kim Written by Hayden Kim about over 2 years ago 6,443 reads 58 comments