The two-time NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers are on a roll and getting hot at just the right time. Heading into the NBA All-Star break, Kobe Bryant and company were really starting
The only elite team in the NBA that seemed to be struggling coming into the All-Star break this past weekend was the two-time defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers. With three straight losses to the Orlando Magic, Charlotte Bobcats and arguably the worst team in the league in the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lakers obviously had… Continue reading Kobe Bryant leads West to victory over East in 2011 All-Star game
As one of the few heated NBA rivalries to stand the test of time, the two-time defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers and the defending Eastern Conference champion Boston Celtics always give each other a run for their money…
Over the past decade or so, it would be hard to argue that any one player in the NBA has been more dominant individually than the Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant. With four NBA titles, an NBA MVP and the distinction as the best player in the world, Kobe has ruled the NBA.
Over the past three years or so, the debate has raged on about who is the best player in the NBA. With so many talented players in the league today the debate has been very heated as players like Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James have all played at a very high level.
All season long the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers have been the favorite to repeat and basically dominate the league once again.
No team in the NBA this season has been as exciting to watch in late game situations then the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers who have won six games in dramatic fashion this season.
This summer will showcase arguably the most talented free agent market in the history of the NBA as some of the biggest names in the league will be available to the highest bidder starting with MVP candidate LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Coming into this season, the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers looked better than ever with basically the same championship caliber team intact, the one key addition was defensive minded small forward Ron Artest.
At the halfway point in every NBA regular season, the MVP talk starts the heat up as all the legitimate candidates for the NBA award start to narrow down to a small few.