1. Lakers-Nuggets: Game One Preview

    It’s time. Time for Kobe Bryant to take the stage yet again in the postseason.Time for the Los Angeles Lakers to demonstrate why they are one of the most storied franchises in all of sports...

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  2. Lakers-Warriors: The Sequel Surpasses The Original

    The Lakers had to go up to Oakland looking to redeem themselves against a team that they should beat without having to come back from 26 down. Luckily, through this hard fought game, the Lakers found the composure they sorely lacked in L...

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  3. Los Angeles Lakers-Dallas Mavericks: The Lakers Win With A Big Ol’ But

    After the loss in Houston there has to be a sense of urgency on the Lakers to not let this little losing streak turn into a big one. That urgency can’t turn to panic it has to go into focused determination...

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  4. Lakers-Rockets: Disappointing on More than One Level

    Before I get into this game, let me let everyone know that there is a positive side to this injury plague. Once Bynum, Gasol and Mihm come back fully healthy from their bumps and bruises, the ...

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  5. EG Blog: The Gr8 Deb8, Kobe Bryant for MVP

    Okay so this one’s getting out of hand with the media at the moment.Lots of people taking sides and opinion split on who will land the MVP, and, perhaps more importantly who’s the better player...

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  6. Eight Reasons the Lakers Won't Be Champions

    By trodgers for Clublakers.com 1. Lack of Athleticism With Pau Gasol playing the 5 spot, the Lakers can put a fairly athletic team on the floor at the 5, 4, and 2 spots. Derek Fisher lacks a bit in athleticism, but is a hustle player with good strength...

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  7. Sacramento Kings-Los Angeles Lakers: No Game Can Be Taken Lightly

    After the bailed out game up in Sacramento and the drubbing the Lakers handed down to the Clippers a couple days ago, you would expect revenge-minded play...

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  8. Los Angeles Lakers - Sacramento Kings: No More Skin on Lakers’ Teeth

    An odd schedule to be sure, but the first time the Lakers play the Kings turns out to be in March. Of their last 22 games, the Lakers play the Kings four times, which is more than a single-tiered blessing...

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  9. Los Angeles Lakers-Dallas Mavericks: Overtime, Free Throws, and Lay-Ups—Oh My!

    In this Western Conference where every win is magnified and every loss can knock you out of the playoff picture, it was vital that the Los Angeles Lakers come back home after the loss in Portland by getting back on track in their minds...

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  10. Crucifido’s Corner: The Cooled Off Battle With The Heat

    Gone is Shaq, and with him the once hot tension between the Lakers and the Heat. In come an oddly happy Marion and a humbled Wade to Staples with hardly the same kind of buzz behind them...

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  11. Los Angeles Lakers: Ninth Time The Charm

    I’m never one to play the blame game, son, or say that a referee alone has completely changed a game. However, when you start into a Laker game and you see Steve Javie is one of the refs, you have to know that this could be a problematic...

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  12. Crucifido's Corner: Sun-Lakers, Resiliency in the Desert

    It was one of the biggest stages surrounding a regular season game in a good long time. As the tip grew closer in Phoenix, the fans became more anxious...

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  13. Lakers-Hawks: A Tiny Bit Of Revenge for Los Angeles

    The Lakers return from a historic road trip, Pau’s first game at Staples, the first test of Kobe’s now-overblown infamous pinky, revenge for a silly loss to the Hawks on the road...

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  14. Crucifido's Corner: Los Angeles Lakers All-Star Break Report Cards

    The Lakers were definitely showing signs of exhaustion last night when they faced the Minnesota Timberwolves.When you see so many shots fall short, you know the weariness has set in. Running up on offense, even the half court was sluggish at times...

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  15. Crucifido’s Corner: Los Angeles Lakers Clean the Slate in Charlotte

    Charlotte hasn’t been a kind place to the Lakers lately, but things changed tonight, as the Lakers continued their push to 7-2 on this almost finished road odyssey...

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  16. Crucifido’s Corner: Lakers Road-Weary, But Still Winning

    First things first—you just didn’t want the Lakers to take this game lightly. Coming in against a broken team like Miami on the high, the Lakers could’ve been dangerous...

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  17. Crucifido's Corner: Pau Goes The Lakers! Pop Goes The Magic!

    Despite a less than exemplary defensive performance, the Lakers went into Orlando and exacted some revenge. A complete team game led by the tandem of Kobe and Pau had a little cardiac kids flashback, ...

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  18. Crucifido’s Corner: Lakers-Nets (Game 47 2/5/08)

    Strength On The Road The anticipation of the game is almost too much to take, but in the end it comes down to how this Laker team will play together. A team on paper is great and all, but it has to translate to Ws on the court...

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  19. Raptors-Lakers: Los Angeles Loses on TayShaun Prince's Three

    After a disappointing 90-89 loss to the Detroit Pistons, the Los Angeles Lakers must regroup as they head to Toronto to play the Raptors.Toronto has won eight of its last 11 games...

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  20. Crucifido’s Corner: Knicks vs. Lakers

    Aside from the usual never let a team—no matter how bad or good—get a look at a possible win (especially on your home court), there was an important thing to be taken away from last night's Knicks vs...

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  21. Los Angeles: Déjà Vu for the Lakers

    Is it all doom and gloom for the Los Angeles Lakers now? Has the injuries sent the déjà vu to levels where all we can do now is accept our fate and hope the differences in ...

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  22. Massacre's Matchups: Knicks Visit Staples

    The previous time the Lakers faced the Knicks, Kobe Bryant made history by becoming the 31st player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points. "I always like playing here, period,” Bryant said...

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  23. Running on Empty: How Much Fuel Remains in Kobe's Tank?

    Kobe Bryant has logged 29,947 minutes of regular-season play during his career. That is the 104th-most in NBA history. Add in 5,084 playoff minutes. Add in 265 All-Star game minutes...

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  24. Vee's Spot: Disappointed in Los Angeles

    The Los Angeles Lakers started the game fairly well against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Despite the rain outside AND inside of Staples Center, the half started out pretty well...

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  25. Massacre's Matchups: Cavs vs. Lakers

    GAME PREVIEW: The Lakers head back to Los Angeles after striking out on a “Texas Two-Step,” losing to both San Antonio and Dallas...

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