The going isn’t easy for the Los Angeles Lakers right now. Fresh off a loss to the Milwaukee Bucks that saw the Lakers’ lead slip to a half-game for the eighth and final Western Conference playoff spot, they learned they have two more severely bruised bodies on their hands. Per Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, [...]
Bryant has a bone spur in his foot. Nash is sidelined with something called a hip spasm. The Lakers still haven't been able to sweep a back-to-back series this season. MILWAUKEE — The older, slower, stumbling Lakers were playing on the second night of a back-to-back, so the outcome was practically predetermined.
The Los Angeles Lakers have survived injuries to stars Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol and Metta World Peace this season, and they still currently hold the Western Conference's No. 8 seed. Add Steve Nash to the growing list of ailing players—for the second time this season, no less. Show More Summary
Early in the third quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers' loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday night, Kobe Bryant received an entry pass from Steve Nash just off the right block. The rest of the Lakers cleared out that whole side so Bryant could go to work from one of his favorite spots on the court. Show More Summary
Not with speed, necessarily, but with—actually, just forget it. If you need me, I'll be in the corner giggling with my 13-year-old-sense-of-humored peers. Read more...
Wiz fans should be encouraged.
Los Angeles, CA – Steve Nash attended the bar mitzvah for LA teen Mike Feinberg despite not being Jewish. Steve Nash is the point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers team that is battling to hold onto the final spot in the Western Conference playoffs. But why would Steve Nash attend a 13-year-old’s bar mitzvah? [...]Show More Summary
Pau Gasol will soon be rejoining the Los Angeles Lakers lineup, and Mike D’Antoni will have to find ways to make him a productive player. Gasol was a starter for most of the season, but Steve Nash's return from his leg injury complicated the Lakers’ rotation a little. Show More Summary
Who doesn ’t want a 39-year-old professional basketball player in the room when they first become a man? Lakers point guard Steve Nash was sighted at a Bar Mitzvah in Los Angeles last weekend and well, eyebrows were raised. What exactly...Show More Summary
We finally found out why NBA superstar (and non-Jewish person) Steve Nash made an appearance at Bar Mitzvah in L.A. last weekend... and it was all made possible thanks to one of the RICHEST men on the planet. Turns out, the boy who became a man is…
The Los Angeles Lakers were without Kobe Bryant Monday night for the second straight game, and they fell in an ugly contest to the Phoenix Suns, 99-76. With Bryant on the bench, this game belonged to Steve Nash and Dwight Howard in the opening period. Show More Summary
How much better would the Lakers be if Dwight Howard, Steve Nash and Pau Gasol were all healthy out of the gate in 2012? What if the Lakers had chosen Phil Jackson as head coach instead of Mike D'Antoni ? Both of the above are very popular questions and accurately reflect the nature of the up-and-down season the Lakers have endured. Show More Summary
Nothing captures the essence of Twitter—at least as it relates to the NBA—more than following the players themselves. The four most popular players on the Los Angeles Lakers—Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash—have nearly nine million combined followers. Show More Summary
For the first time since his controversial trade to the Los Angeles Lakers, Dwight Howard will visit his former team—the Orlando Magic. Entering what is certain to be a heated battle, Howard, Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash have led the Lakers on a three-game winning streak. Show More Summary
The 2012-13 Los Angeles Lakers have experienced one of the most bizarre and dramatic seasons in recent memory. Pau Gasol, Dwight Howard and Steve Nash have all missed time due to injury, and the team underwent a coaching change just five games into the season. Show More Summary
If you've noticed that the Los Angeles Lakers offense, and Steve Nash's role in it, have looked a little bit different over the past couple of months, you're not imagining things. According to Arash Markazi of ESPN, Nash has undergone something of an unusual offensive transformation since the Lakers held a team meeting on Jan. Show More Summary
Steve Nash went to get the ball because, well, Nash has always had the ball in his hands. Midway through the first quarter Friday night, as Earl Clark picked up the ball to inbound it, Nash held up his hands as Clark looked at him and Kobe Bryant, who was holding up his hands as well. [...]
This is what Lakers fans thought they were getting back in August when Mitch Kupchak pulled off a series of moves bringing Dwight Howard, Steve Nash and various other pieces to Los Angeles. No, not falling into a 25-point hole. Rather clawing their way out of it and in the process showing all the reasons Laker Nation were excited about this team. Show More Summary
No Los Angeles Laker has had to make more concessions to his game than point guard Steve Nash, and at first glance it would seem that his statistics have suffered tremendously from it. Nash's 12.1 points per game this year is his lowest scoring average since the 1999-2000 regular season and his 7.2 assists per game is his lowest since 2002-03. Show More Summary