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Kobe Bryant Tears Achilles: Is this the end of the Mamba?

April 14, 2013


I never ever thought in a million years, that I, Bailey, would EVER be saddened by anything that happens to the Lakers organization. But, here we are in 2013, and several times this season I’ve found myself feeling some type of way about the men wearing purple and gold; Kobe particularly. Let’s recap! The Lakers […]

Lakers Owner, Jerry Buss, Dies at Age 80

February 18, 2013


I woke up Monday morning ready to brag about how PG Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers won the 2013 NBA All-Star MVP award. I was going to insert my opinions on how much the Lakers sucked this season and poke fun at Lakers’ fans. I was going to make my case about why […]

Dwight Howard Headed to Lakers!

August 10, 2012


Well…well…well! It looks like Los Angeles Lakers fans can finally stop crying about how the league played them last season after the lockout ended. You landed the tantrum-thrower of the year Dwight Howard in a deal involving four teams, 12 players and five draft picks. Do I sound a bit salty? YES! Am I unamused? […]

The Thunder Roll ON!

May 22, 2012


The Oklahoma City Thunder rolled through the Los Angeles Lakers winning game five 106-90. The Thunder go on to face the San Antonio Spurs and the Lakers go home! #EnoughSaid! Click here to see: Bailey Blast the Lakers!  

Ron-Ron Returns!

April 25, 2012


When Ron Artest changed his name to Metta World Peace I asked Los Angeles Lakers fans how long this new persona would last before “Ron-Ron” reared his ugly head. Well it didn’t take long folks. It looks like Ron-Ron is baaaaccckkk! I hope it’s not for good but he showed up last Sunday when the […]


February 10, 2012


I was totally going to let this Jeremy Lin craziness go but between the ESPN analyst totally pumping it and NBA fans going wild I just couldn’t let it go. Linsanity, Harvard Hero, Legend in New York…excuse me have you all lost your damned minds? Legend? That’s a BIG word people and at the risk […]

No Place Like Home!

January 19, 2012


Lamar Odom visited the Staples Center twice this week. The Sixth Man of the Year began his career as a forward with the Los Angeles Clippers but won two championships with the Los Angeles Lakers and although he played for some other teams in between he’s called the Staples Center his home for most of […]