Since scoring six goals at the 2015 Women's World Cup, including an instantly iconic hat-trick in the final game, Carli Lloyd's star has exploded. Her website has endured a hype-induced crash, she's been interviewed on "Good Morning...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has been the NBA's pre-eminent shooting guard for much of his career, but a change could be in store for the future Hall of Famer in 2015-16. Lakers head coach Byron Scott told NBA.com's David...Show More Summary
The two took down a troll on Tuesday night.
Kobe Bryant is NOT the Lakers welcoming committee -- and won't call new teammates like Roy Hibbert and Lou Williams until they EARN a phone call... so says Metta World Peace. Metta knows what he's talking about…
During Phil Jackson’s 11-season stint as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, he had an up-and-down relationship with Kobe Bryant. The ups included five championships, and the downs, well, they were mostly about both men’s failing efforts to not get on each other’s nerves. The problems between Jackson and Bryant were at their worst during the […]
LA Lakers rumors address the Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson relationship. The Lakers were able to win five NBA titles with Bryant as one of the star players and Jackson as the head coach, but it wasn’t a smooth tenure for either guy. A...Show More Summary
Phil Jackson has been remarkably open and frank about his tumultuous first season in New York and his past stints with the Bulls and Lakers (...)
For a few years now, Kobe Bryant has stated that the 2015-16 NBA season would be his final with the LA Lakers and in all of professional basketball. Then, he would jokingly take it back, but the rumors are always there. As the new NBA...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers managed to win three straight NBA titles at the turn of the millennium, this despite very public warring between Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, as well The post Phil Jackson ‘Could Feel’ Kobe Bryant’s Hatred appeared first on SLAMonline.
Gary Vitti, the Los Angeles Lakers’ head trainer for some three decades, reports that next season will be his last (the 61-year-old will then transition into a consultant position for The post Kobe Bryant Ready to Play Small Forward: ‘I Can Do That’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The LA Lakers have made a lot of noise during the 2015 NBA free agency season, but they haven’t done a ton of signings. Still, they’ve made some changes and brought in new additions that should help them in the coming season. Brandon...Show More Summary
For someone who only joined Twitter in 2013, Kobe Bryant dominates social media like it's his job. In just two years, Bryant has become a master mic-dropper. And while he has accumulated way too many epic tweets to include in just one...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers introduced their new crop of free agents—Lou Williams, Roy Hibbert and Brandon Bass were all paraded in front of the local media Wednesday afternoon—and there’s a The post WATCH: New Lakers Go Silent When Asked About Kobe Bryant Reaching Out appeared first on SLAMonline.
Here’s ESPN Los Angeles reporting on the Lakers, a team in serious transition, still kind-of built around old Kobe Bryant. Sort of. Money-wise, at least. Off-court communication-wise, maybe not so much right now. When a new player joins the Los Angeles Lakers, it’s almost custom to ask whether he’s heard from the franchise’s longtime star Kobe Bryant and [...]
During a Los Angeles Lakers introductory press conference earlier today, Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams and Brandon Bass were all asked whether they had heard from Kobe Bryant. And if so, what did he say? Listen to their answers: A video posted by Dave McMenamin (@davemcten) on Jul 22, 2015 at 11:29am PDT Did you hear that? […]
Three new Lakers were silenced by Kobe Bryant... or at least a question about Kobe -- and the video is super awkward. The Lakers held a news conference to introduce Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams, and Brandon Bass to the…
Lakers star Kobe Bryant didn’t attend the team’s introductory press conference with new players Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams and Brandon Bass on Wednesday, but that didn’t stop him from making it weird. What happened was a reporter asked the three if any had heard from Bryant, who at 36, is regarded as the team leader. […]
So a priceless thing happened Wednesday afternoon at the Los Angeles Lakers' new player introduction press conference. Gathered to address the media for the first time as official Lakers, Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams and Brandon Bass sat in front of a Los Angeles backdrop and fielded questions from the press. Show More Summary
Newly minted Lakers Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams, and Brandon Bass were introduced at a press conference today, at which they were asked a seemingly simple question: A video posted by Dave McMenamin (@davemcten) on Jul 22, 2015 at 11:29am...Show More Summary
Kobe Bryant and shooting guard have been synonymous for so many years. The future Hall of Famer took over as the Los Angeles Lakers' starting 2-guard at the beginning of the 1998-99 campaign, and he was so successful in his role that Eddie Jones almost immediately became expendable. Show More Summary