Too gross. Way too gross.
The Lakers continue to spin out of control.
Kobe Bryant explains why.
This is why the Internet was made.
Three pieces of evidence that indicate Dwight Howard’s Lakers teammates might actually rejoice if he left for another team.
Amar’e Stoudemire was like, “YOU CAN’T SEE ME,” and then Steve Nash was like, “OH GAWD, HI.”
Pau Gasol cements his legacy as the Likable Laker, Kobe remains a dick.
This week Kobe Bryant became the fifth player in NBA history to score 30,000 points in his career.
Last night the Lakers lost to the Houston Rockets, and Houston’s radio announcer made the best call of the year.
After the Lakers’ Sunday night loss to the Magic, Kobe once again took the opportunity to talk to reporters about his teammate, Pau Gasol.
The world’s first (and last) watch/cell phone.
There are cheerleaders, and then there are peerleaders: the players whose main job is to sit on the bench and celebrate. Robert Sacre is an All-Star peerleader.
I’ve never wanted a nickname to catch on more.
Mike just needs a little confidence, before this gets out of hand.
Steve Nash doing “Gangnam Style,” some Lakers fan ripping off his Oakleys in ecstasy — it’s all here. Best part: NONE OF THEM INVOLVE DWIGHT HOWARD.
He likes negging, but he doesn’t understand how it works.
The Lakers hired Mike D’Antoni, formerly of the Suns and Knicks, to be their new head coach. It’s a tricky name to spell.
He’s not going to get it, but can someone please give this guy a team with good players for once?
The Lakers have parted ways with head coach Mike Brown only five games into the season.
Kobe Bryant is tired of this motherf***ing Mike Brown calling these motherf***ing plays.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but the guy actually seems to have the right idea.
Toronto: “We’re like Cleveland with health care.” BOOM. Roasted.