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Posts Tagged ‘Kobe Bryant

Beating Knicks Won’t Be Easy For Lakers

December 13, 2012

Now 4-8 under new coach Mike D’Antoni, the Los Angeles Lakers are up for another major road test when they visit the new “beast from the East” New York Knicks at the famed Madison Square Garden. It will be the first game of D’Antoni against his former team, the Knicks since he resigned last March. […]

Will The Lakers Bring Back Phil Jackson?

December 12, 2012

It’s quite weird these days to see the talented Los Angeles Lakers tumble down to a string of defeats early in the NBA season. And that despite the fact that Kobe Bryant has scored 29 or more points in the Lakers’ last six games and Dwight Howard collecting double-doubles easily. The Lakers have just won […]

Abdul-Jabbar & Greatness

November 8, 2012

Long before Kobe Bryant, Lebron James and Kevin Durant became household names in the National Basketball Association, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was already “sky-hooking” his way to greatness. He was a proven winner even as a beanpole teenager during the 1960s.  His trademark skyhook has been a potent weapon during his two-decade-long NBA career. Just look at […]