It was a back-and-forth swing for the majority of last night's epic Game 7 between the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Lakers. When Kobe Bryant was struggling from the field, the other Lakers finally woke up and delivered the knock-out blow to the young, up-and-coming Nuggets who battled their way back from a 3-1 deficit to force the final game. But in the midst of L.A.'s victory, at least one thing was certain involving the Nuggets: Ty Lawson proved to the world that he is an All-Star in the making, and that Denver is his franchise.
With Dwight Howard putting forth dominant performances in two of the past three games for the Los Angeles Lakers, it seems like he's finally proving that he'll be able to take over the team once Kobe Bryant decides to retire. The Lo... Read Post
Time to eat a little crow here. I thought the Los Angeles Lakers would put forth a huge effort in Game 6 against the Denver Nuggets on Thursday night in the Mile High City. I believed Kobe Bryant would will his team to a victory, mu... Read Post