Kyrie Irving scored 37 points, LeBron James added 32 and the Cleveland Cavaliers held off the Los Angeles Clippers 126-121 on Friday night.
It’s a game most Laker fans would rather forget – most, it seems, except for Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
With a unique juxtaposition of themes, this week truly offers something for everyone.
Soon, people will get a chance to see who the real Kobe Bryant is rather than the person we see on the hardwood.
Kobe Bryant scored nine of his 32 points in the final 3:14, leading the Los Angeles Lakers’ fourth-quarter comeback for a 98-95 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Ryan Kelly will be out for at least six weeks with a torn right hamstring.
Los Angeles Lakers guard Wayne Ellington Wednesday was on a leave of absence from the team after his father was killed in Philadelphia.
What’s an 0-5 record worth to Lakers fans? A lot, apparently.
Blake Griffin scored 39 points and went 11 for 12 from the free throw line, powering the Los Angeles Clippers to a gritty 118-111 victory over the winless Lakers in the first meeting of the season between the Staples Center co-tenants.
There is more fallout news from the incident between Kobe Bryant and Dwight Hoard on Tuesday night in the Lakers’ home opener.
Lakers rookie forward Julius Randle is expected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on his broken right leg.
The purple-and-gold are back, but is Kobe Bryant?
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Earlier in the week, ESPN the Magazine ran an article which blamed the Lakers’ recent struggle on Kobe Bryant, saying the Purple and Gold aren’t able to attract free agents.
ESPN the Magazine basically went nuclear on Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant – but is it accurate?